Judy Temes

Judy Temes covers health care, insurance, higher education, advertising & public relations, tourism & hospitality and employment. She joined the paper in October 2011.
Temes previously worked as a staff reporter for Crain’s New York Business and daily newspapers around Boston and New York City. She has more than 15 years of experience as a business journalist. She also worked as the research director of an innovation consulting firm.
She has a bachelor’s of arts in English from the University of Binghamton and a master’s of arts in liberal studies from Wesleyan University.

Email: JTemes@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3123

Recent Stories

One Lambda Sale Nets Opportunity

Deal: Thermo Fisher Scientific buys firm for $925 million.

HEALTH CARE: One Lambda’s $925 million sale assures succession plan for life sciences company.

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Studios Shine at Comic-Con

Disney, Warner Bros. among several Valley firms at conference.

ENTERTAINMENT: Disney and Warner Bros. shine at Comic-Con annual industry convention

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Valley Advertising, PR Firms Expand Services

List: Online firms ValueClick and ReachLocal rank as Valley’s largest players.

LIST STORY: Valley advertising, PR firms expand digital and global footprint. Includes SFVBJ's 2012 VALLEY'S LARGEST ADVERTISING and PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCIES list for download (pdf)

Valley Presbyterian Opens New Maternity Unit

Health: New rooms allow moms to labor, deliver and recover in one place

HOSPITAL: Valley Presbyterian’s new $4.5M maternity center helps meet need.

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Iranian immigrant builds $36 Million business by giving autistic kids a chance

THERAPY: Tarzana physician’s $36M business leads the charge against autism.

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Valley Hospitals to Gain from Influx of Paying Patients

HEALTH: Supreme Court ruling reduces uncompensated care burden, but primary care may

HEALTH: Hospitals and clinics prepare for changes due to health care reform

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Local Adult Education Programs Survive, but will Shrink

Education: Half of the adult learning classes will be eliminated this fall

EDUCATION: North and West Valley Occupational Centers adjust for budget cuts.

Health Care Firms Unite

DEALS: Facey joins Providence; Dignity to buy U.S. HealthWorks.

HEALTH CARE: Four area health care providers plan mergers and affiliations.

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Advanced Bionics Opens New Manufacturing Plant

GROWTH: New owners expand product line and invest in R&D.

MANUFACTURING: Cochlear implant maker Advanced Bionics moves to Valencia.

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Maura Tierney Partners with Amgen

Actress to help debunk chemotherapy myths

HEALTH CARE: Amgen and actress launch chemotherapy awareness campaign.

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