SFVBJ Digital Edition - 25 May 2020

Table of content - SFVBJ Digital Edition (25 May 2020)

TURBULENT MARKETS
Shopping Centers Scramble to Collect Rents
Renewal in Reseda-Canoga Park Market
Employers Call Their Lawyers
Good-Bad Time For Pot Shops
Resilience in Self Storage
MONEY MANAGEMENT FIRMS
Glass Walls Save Lives
Multifamily impact
Pot shop safety
A new chief financial officer at Woodland Hills insurance holding company Venbrook Group.
The markets were setting a record pace – until the coronavirus outbreak.
Sports Academy drops the Mamba from its name after Kobe Bryant’s death.
Business owners call on their lawyers as post-pandemic litigation looms on the horizon.
Virtual summit highlights Valley telehealth firms as the technology is seen as a smart upgrade during pandemic.
Sliding Door Co. in Chatsworth finds new market installing partitions at hospitals.
Program to track ride-hailing and commercial delivery services may violate privacy.
AMC Theatres gives thumbs down to Universal Studios films in its auditoriums.
Shares in petroleum producer California Resources Corp. plunge as it seeks loan to survive a Chapter 11 filing.
Money Management Firms ranked by assets managed as of Dec. 31.
Self-storage industry proving a money maker even during coronavirus crisis.
Retail center owners struggle as tenants cut back on paying rent.
Nimble ASGN thrives despite job market chaos of COVID-19 crisis.
VALLEY 50
Apartment landlords say new rules promote lawsuits and non-payments of rent.
Marijuana businesses thrive – and struggle – during coronavirus pandemic.
Trammel Crow and Clarion Partners buy more land for Center at Needham Ranch project.
Financial advisors tell of calming clients and adjusting portfolios as markets tumble due to COVID-19.
Now is not the time for the state to adopt new rules and regulations for businesses.
Reseda and Canoga Park enjoy a surge of apartment building.
Statitics on house and condo sales in San Fernando Valley.
California State University, Northridge
CALENDAR
California Lutheran University
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
University of La Verne
BUSINESS MARKETPLACE
Saybrook University
AROUND THE VALLEYS
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
MBA GUIDE
INDEX
Glass Doors Add to Safety in Hospitals
Switching Chairs
CRC on Hunt for Spare $500 Million
Retail Rent Drop
Nimble ASGN Thrives Despite Job Market Chaos
Attorney Overdrive
High-Low Pot Sales
Summit Highlights Valley Telehealth Firms
Ex-Director At Lief Labs Now CFO
Safe Picket On Proposed Benefit Cuts
Sports Academy Rebrands Without the Mamba
National Chains Succumb to the Coronavirus
‘Trolls’ Experiment Leaves Hollywood Rift
Task Force On Industry’s Recovery
Cinedigm Likes Humor and Action
SEASON OF TURMOIL
Valley-area financial advisors talk about market volatility.
Money Management Firms list, ranked by assets managed.
‘We’ve Never Seen Anything Close to This’
‘People Have Had Their Confidence Shattered’
‘Slowdowns Are Not Typically Self-Induced’
‘Meet Your Clients on Their Emotional Level’
‘Bear Markets Have Three Phases’
‘Our Call Volume Increased by 100 Percent’
THE LIST
MONEY MANAGEMENT FIRMS
Escrow Closes on New Needham Ranch Land
Near-Record Multifamily Purchase
Landsea Sells More Houses During Crisis
Bring on the Units
Bring on the Units
Multifamily Muddle
HOUSE SALES
GREATER SAN FERNANDO VALLEY HOME SALES
HOUSE SALES
CONDO SALES
CONDO SALES
MBA Guide
California Lutheran University - School of Management
California State University, Northridge - David Nazarian College of Business and Economics
University of La Verne - College of Business and Public Management
Saybrook University - Leadership & Management
Saybrook University
California Lutheran University - School of Management
California State University, Northridge - David Nazarian College of Business and Economics
University of La Verne
VALLEY 50
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
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Industrial: Crisis Creates Demand for Self Storage
L.A. Program May Violate Privacy
Now Is Time for State to Be Flexible
‘We are positioning for recovery, whenever that may come.’
‘I need to hire people to daily wipe down doorknobs and benches.’
‘There is no relief to the landlord at all.’

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