Andrew Foerch

Staff Reporter (Retail, Nonprofits)

Email: afoerch@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3130 Extension: 124

Recent Stories

Asgn Acquires Government IT Contractor for $85 Million

Asgn Inc. in Calabasas announced the acquisition of Blackstone Federal, a subsidiary of Blackstone Technology Group that does contract work for the Department of Homeland Security.

Bed Bath & Beyond Announces Closure of 40 Stores

Home goods retailer Bed Bath & Beyond has released a list of 40 store locations across the country that “have already closed or will close in 2020.” The good news for the Valley area: the list includes no local stores other than already-shuttered outlets at 19211 Golden Valley Road in Santa Clarita and 17401 Ventura Blvd. in Encino.

College Savings App Receives VC Investment

College savings app U-Nest has announced an investment of $3.5 million from Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures.

Pier 1 Stores to Close in Northridge, Thousand Oaks

Pier 1 Imports stores in Northridge and Thousand Oaks are among the 450 across the country that will close in the coming months.

Preview: Topanga Makeover

Westfield plans to turn former Sears store into entertainment center.

Velocity Financial Goes Public

Velocity Financial Inc. in Westlake Village went public on the New York Stock Exchange.

Viking Cruises Launches Expeditions Division

Viking Cruises officially unveiled its “Expeditions” division and named two new ships at an event at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills.

GreenPark Sports Partners with 'Legends' Esports League

GreenPark Sports in Calabasas has signed a partnership with League of Legends Championship Series, a professional “League of Legends” organization.

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H2scan Gets $13 Million in Capital

H2scan, a Valencia-based maker of hydrogen sensors, has announced a $13.5 million capital raise from two financers.

Entertainment Partners Buys SyncOnSet

Burbank’s Entertainment Partners, a payroll and software company for the entertainment industry, announced Tuesday that it has acquired SyncOnSet Technologies, another film software company based in Culver City.

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