SFV BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS

Updated Promenade 2035 Plan Features Smaller Stadium, Affordable Housing

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has amended its plans for the Promenade 2035 project, which aims to overhaul the Woodland Hills shopping mall into a 160,000-square-foot mixed-use center featuring street-side retail stores and restaurants as well as apartments, hotels and an entertainment stadium.

Panel Discussion Delves into Ventura County's Slow Economy

The Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks sponsored a breakfast Friday on the economic outlook for Ventura County and the city of Thousand Oaks.

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Business Events Calendar

Business Events throughout the Valleys.

Massive Camarillo Industrial Buildings Sell for $88 Million

STAG Industrial Inc. has sold a pair of massive free-standing industrial buildings in Camarillo for $88 million.

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ServiceTitan to Collaborate With Garage Door Maker

Contractor and home-repair software developer ServiceTitan Inc. has signed a collaboration agreement with Clopay Corp., a garage door manufacturer and supplier.

Kenn Phillips Stepping Down at Valley Economic Alliance

Valley Economic Alliance Chief Executive Kenn Phillips will step down next month as head of the San Fernando Valley business attraction and retention organization.

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Gaspar Insurance Opens Simi Valley Office

Woodland Hills-based Gaspar Insurance Services has opened new offices in Simi Valley

Income, Revenue Decline at Cinedigm

Cinedigm Corp. missed Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue for the fiscal third quarter.

Teleperformance Closes in Burbank

French outsourcing services company Teleperformance USA-FHCS is shuttering its Burbank office, according to a filing with the California Employment Development Department.

Party Rental Company Signs 60,000-Square-Foot Lease in Valencia

24/7 Events Inc., a rental company for corporate and sporting events, has leased 50,930 square feet at a newly constructed industrial property in the Valencia Commerce Center complex.

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Bank of America’s Westlake Village Campus Sold

Drawbridge Realty, a real estate investment firm in San Francisco, has purchased an office campus in Westlake Village that is fully leased to Bank of America through 2031, the company announced Tuesday.

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Capstone Sells Turbines for Russian Railroad Project

Capstone Turbine Corp. has secured a repeat order for five of its microturbines for a railroad project in Russia.

BioSolar’s Improved Battery Near Completion

BioSolar’s second prototype for a lithium-ion battery is due to complete testing within a month, the Santa Clarita tech company announced on Tuesday.

Loop Media Goes Public Via Reverse Merger

Short-form video distributor Loop Media Inc. has completed a reverse merger with a Las Vegas company.

Enhanced Film Management Software Coming from Entertainment Partners

Entertainment industry accounting firm Entertainment Partners has joined with a New Jersey company to create software to enhance cross-studio management of film projects.

Santa Clarita Business Owners Released from Quarantined Princess Ship

The owners of a Santa Clarita radio station were among hundreds of passengers released this weekend from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship, on which hundreds of cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed.

Preview: TV's Newest 'Star'

Coming out of a Chapter 11 reorganization, LBI Media Inc. has a new logo, a new chief executive, a new program lineup – and a new name.

Preview: Accounting Special Report

CPAs find new business in emerging sectors of the Valley economy.

Boutique Hotel Proposed in North Hollywood

Developers have filed paperwork with the city of Los Angeles to turn a former club in North Hollywood into a hotel.

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Cast & Crew Acquires Payroll Firm

Entertainment accounting firm Cast & Crew announced Friday an agreement to acquire Media Services, a production payroll and management company for the entertainment industry.

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