Joel Russell

Editor

Joel Russell is editor of the Business Journal and is responsible for the content of the publication.

Email: jrussell@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3125 Extension: 116

Recent Stories

VALLEY INSIDER

$85 Million for ‘Programmable’ Cells

Sensor Industries in Camarillo names new chief executive.

Management School Assistant Dean to Leave Cal Lutheran

Sumantra Sengupta, assistant dean of the management school at California Lutheran University, has resigned his position effective Dec. 2.

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Maria Fire Threatens Businesses

Businesses and farms lie in a zone of mandatory evacuations in the face of the Maria Fire, which has burned more than 8,700 acres between Santa Paul and Somis in Ventura County.

Bankruptcy Judge Approves Barney’s Sale to Authentic Brands, B. Riley

A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of the Barney’s chain of fashion stores to Authentic Brands Group and its financial partner B. Riley Financial in Woodland Hills.

Dine Brands Beats Estimates, Plans Nearly 100 New IHOP Restaurants

Dine Brands Global Inc. beat analyst estimates Wednesday, while in a separate announcement the company announced plans for nearly 100 new restaurants.

VALLEY INSIDER: Postage Stamp Honor

A Princess in Italy

ENTREPRENEURSHIP Tarantula Hill Brewing Co. gives Thousand Oaks its first craft brewery.

Saddleridge Fire 95 Percent Contained

The Saddleridge Fire on the northern edge of the San Fernando Valley is 95 percent contained, according to an update from the Los Angeles Fire Department on Tuesday morning.

VALLEY INSIDER: Entrepreneurial Maxims

ENTREPRENUERS CSUN hosts speaker on developing a business-creating personality.

Commercial Developments Near Saddleridge Blaze Safe for Now

There has been no damage reported to business and industrial complexes in the communities near Porter Ranch, site of the Saddleridge Fire, which erupted shortly before 10 p.m. on Thursday near the 210 freeway.

Edison Cuts Power in Parts of Northern L.A. County, Ventura County

Southern California Edison has cut power to homes and businesses in parts of northern Los Angeles County and Ventura County as a precaution to prevent wildfires.

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