Poole & Shaffery Law Firm
U.S. HealthWorks has acquired some 6,000 square feet of extra space for expansion of its Santa Clarita headquarters offices, an executive with the firm confirmed.
Reape-Rickette Law Firm
Owen, Patterson & Owen
Tesla Motors announced it has opened its patent portfolio in hopes of encouraging other companies to create new electric vehicles. In a blog post, CEO Elon Musk said this was done "in the spirit of the open source movement, for the advancement of electric vehicle technology."
California has long been a leader in the nation's efforts to curb climate change. Unfortunately, the state's solution, Assembly Bill 32 – known as the Global Warming Solutions Act – has been a burden on the state's power plants and manufacturers since its passage in 2006. The bill is a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020, and includes a cap-and-trade program, a market-based system that uses economic incentives to decrease GHG emissions.
No one knows when someone will say something, do something, suggest something or demonstrate something that can have a positive impact in a person's life or their business.
UTAK Laboratories has released more quality control materials for labs around the country to run tests on amphetamines, barbiturates, and benzodiazepines, a psychoactive drug.
In a David and Goliath-like pairing, but friendly, Valencia'sUltraViolet Devices Inc. (David) formed a partnership with The Clorox Company (Goliath) in February. Together the small and the large companies joined forces to fight bacteria in hospitals throughout North America.
Two years ago, nine students sued the state of California for violating their constitutional right to equality of education with unfair teacher tenure laws.
At the end of June, the company held a retreat.
It is not just the downturn in the American economy that has fried much of the restaurant industry it is myriad forces coming home to roost. The closing of the Elephant Bar in Santa Clarita was surprising but in many ways predictable and there are lessons to be learned:
As recovery continues in the industrial real estate space, several new projects are finally set to come on line with construction beginning as early as this year.
There are a lot more tenants chasing a lot fewer deals in the Santa Clarita Valley retail space, according to John Cserkuti, senior vice president with NAI Capital.
The inventory of available office space in the Santa Clarita Valley has shrunk dramatically within the last three years, according to Ryan House, vice president with Jones Lang LaSalle.
Valencia's Boston Scientific was given a 2014 Breakthrough Award for its Precision Spectra Spinal Cord Stimulator System.
How MannKind Would Change How They Conduct Clinical Trials in the Future
As the nation's top health officials worked to assure Congress they can halt the spread of the Ebola virus in the U.S., Santa Clarita-based UltraViolet Devices Inc., and its partner The Clorox Company, is busy fielding calls for help.
SCVBJ: Economically speaking, why is the biomedical industry important to California and why should it be protected?
September 30 marked the deadline for Gov. Jerry Brown to either sign or veto the legislation that managed to reach his desk. With the state of California fighting to recover economically, this date offered a chance to either expedite or hinder the process of reaching stability. Predictably, the Governor's bill signing frenzy this year was no exception to the passage of well-intentioned but ridiculous bills in years past.
Many executives including those who lead human resources often state, "Our employees are our greatest asset." In many companies, employees are the business.
The changing environment of health care via the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the expansion of Medicaid grab the headlines, and rightly so. These efforts have a major impact on the financing and delivery of health care. Nationally, the impact on hospitals appears to be slightly positive as the payments available for the previously uninsured reduce the bad debts and charity care historically provided.
Providence Health & Services has launched a venture capital fund aimed at driving innovations across the health care system to improve quality, lower costs and create better outcomes, the healthcare organization announced.
Auto manufacturer Audi was the first company to receive a newly created autonomous driving permit issued by California as a new set of regulations governing the testing of automated driving on the state's roads took effect.
Inspired by his sister's serious, and undiagnosed, medical condition, Jared Heyman founded CrowdMed, a venture-backed Silicon Valley startup which harnesses the wisdom of crowds to help solve even the world's most difficult medical cases.
Seizing on a golden opportunity to bring additional support to the region's biomedical industry, the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. is going after a federal Science and Research Park Development Grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce and Economic Development Administration.
We ask Matt Ridenour, investor, lecturer at UCLA Anderson School of Management, and CEO of ZevTechnologies why seed money and early stage funding is so difficult to come by for biomedical startups.
The SCVBJ invited some local biomedical companies to an industry Roundtable to understand how the industry has evolved and what challenges it faces.
SCVBJ: What has the office market looked like in the past couple years?
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