SFVBJ Digital Edition - 12 Oct 2020

Table of content - SFVBJ Digital Edition (12 Oct 2020)

PRIVATE PROTECTION
Aerojet Ramps Up Rocket Production for NASA
Work/Live Lifestyle in Canoga Park
Gelt Gambles in Venture Capital
Old Company Proves Nimble
HEALTH CARE
THE LIST
Ready-to-Install Elevators
Fighting hunger
Hotel expansion
Non-COVID patients trickle back to area providers for surgeries and preventative care, but revenue is still not where it was in prior years.
An interview with new San Fernando Valley Bar Association President David Jones, a litigator with Lewitt Hackman.
Jessica Yasucochi, vice president at Valley Industry & Commerce Association, completed 20 years with the organization in September.
Experiential Supply transforms Westfield Promenade mall parking lot into a drive-through spook alley.
Real estate developer Gelt Inc. looks for success with its venture capital investment funds.
Private firefighting companies assist homeowners and institutions keep safe from fires.
Sherman Oaks-based group ProVisors grows membership despite no face-to-face meetings.
Goodwill Southern California launches campaign to promote its employment services.
Developer goes upscale in Van Nuys with new homes project.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc. adds to its space at Chatsworth campus.
Homes for the elderly find solutions in fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Cheesecake Factory Inc. executives confident about company in postpandemic world.
Sherman Oaks real estate firm System Property Development Co. adapts to the times.
Passage of Prop 15 will hurt small businesses.
Vert, a live/work lofts project developed by Evolution Strategic Partners in Canoga Park, to open this month.
Sherman Oaks documentary filmmaker turns camera on “renaissance man” Herb Alpert.
City of San Fernando elevator company has plans to grow its business outside California.
Local firms collaborate in the global quest to cure or treat COVID-19.
VICA President Stuart Waldman takes a look at laws that harm businesses.
Assisted living facilities ranked by licensed bed capacity.
Events around the Valley
How Valley-area companies performed on the stock market.
California First State To Ban 24 Toxic Chemicals in Personal Care Products
COVID-19 Pushes CFOs to Become Change Agents and Strategists
Majority of Workers Blame Poor Management for Unnecessary Stress
Young Women with Breast Cancer: A Distinct Population
Breast Cancer Screening is Still Important During the Pandemic
Older Biologic Age Linked to Elevated Breast Cancer Risk
COVID-19 Safety Tips from Susan G. Komen
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
BUSINESS MARKETPLACE
AROUND THE VALLEYS
2020 Nominees
CFO/HR AWARDS
INDEX
Network Manages Switch to Digital
VICA’s Vice President
‘Haunt-o-ween’ Offers Drive-Thru Spook Alley
Private Firefighters
Cheesecake Optimistic as Dining Rooms Open
Pre-Built Shafts for the Construction Industry
New Bar President Talks Future of Association
Squar Milner Merges With Chicago CPA Firm
Excess Food Turns into Donations
Goodwill to Promote Job Services
Food Share’s Hungry Year
Exceptional Minds Makes Video for Mitsubishi
Herb Alpert Profiled by Valley Documentarian
SURGE OR SLOWDOWN?
How COVID has complicated senior living.
List of Assisted Living Facilities
COMPANIES IN SEARCH OF A CURE
Elderly Homes Find Solutions Against Infection
THE LIST
ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES
ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES
Van Nuys Goes Upscale In Monroe at Hazeltine
2023 Start for Addition at Hilton Hotel
Law Firm Buys Valley Village Office
Scene Maker Seals Lease
Opportunity in Crisis
‘Moderate Luxury Housing’ in Warner Center
2020 NOMINEES
2020 NOMINEES
COVID-19 Pushes CFOs to Become Change Agents and Strategists
Majority of Workers Blame Poor Management for Unnecessary Stress
Breast Cancer Screening is Still Important During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Young Women with Breast Cancer: A Distinct Population Characterized by Specific Needs
Older Biologic Age Linked to Elevated Breast Cancer Risk
CALENDAR
VALLEY 50
AROUND THE VALLEYS
Finance: Gelt Funds Startups from L.A. to Brazil
Manufacturing: Aerojet Recruiting Rocket Makers
A New Way to Hurt Our Businesses
Killing Us Slowly With Their Laws
‘I am a safety net hospital and I serve the most vulnerable population that there is.’
‘We’ve spent a lot of energy educating our community so that people know we’re safe.’
‘At one point we had two units where we could house COVID patients.’

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