San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Mary Catherine Holcomb covers advertising, biotechnology, real estate, law and technology. She joined the company in April 2011.

Holcomb previously worked as a writer for the Los Angeles Clippers. Before that, she was a reporter for The Daily Review and a freelance television reporter for KWBJ News in Morgan City, La.

She has a bachelor’s of arts degree in mass communications – broadcast journalism from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La.

Recent Stories

Local Company to Develop Indian Tribe’s Justice Center

COMPLEX: Out-of-state provides new opportunities, challenges for the developer.

Local companies lead tribal project in South Dakota.

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Trilogy Draws Opportunity from Digital Storybook Titles

Media: Video game developer launches new division aimed at emerging market for children.

Trilogy Studios launches interactive storybooks.

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IHOP to Flip Flapjacks, Serve Beef Bacon in the Middle East

food: DineEquity Inc. has plans to open 40 IHOP locations in nine countries over five years.

IHOP restaurants expand to the Middle East.

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Sound Decisions

Nathaniel Victor was a high school student when he started his business selling electronics. He’s turned it into a $40 million operation.

Nathaniel Victor is a 28-year-old founder of Sonic Electronix

IT Firms Rise to Challenges

Technology: Firms face tough business environment.

LIST STORY: Firms face challenges and growth. Includes the 2011 SFV'S LARGEST IT CONSULTING FIRMS list for download (pdf)

Web-Based Firms Branch Out

Internet: No. 1 company grew by diversifying business.

LIST STORY: Recent purchases helped United Online reach the top spot in this year’s largest internet-based firms list. Includes the 2011 SFV's LARGEST COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FIRMS list for download (pdf)

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Rodeo Realty Expands Valley Footprint, Adds More Agents

Growth: Beverly Hills firm employs more than 700 realtors in the San Fernando Valley area.

Residential real estate firm Rodeo Realty continues to grow

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Media Tenants at Last Getting to the Pointe in Burbank

Occupancy: KCET joining Outlook Amusements and DC Comics in media district tower.

Real Estate: The Pointe, office tower in Burbank, attracts KCET-TV.

NewMark Merrill Division Looks for Building Opportunities

Develop: Ground-up retail will keep pace with portfolio.

GROWTH: NewMark Merrill Companies launches development group.

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Real Estate: Developers say health care projects are stable investments in today’s market.

Health Care Providers Make Vital Changes for Future

Medical facility devleopments are good investments as they provide more stable tenants.

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