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Atara burned cash but raised more during fourth quarter  

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Point Mugu could become a coronavirus quarantine site  

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Amgen issues $5 billion in debt securities  

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Our view: Kudos to Kimball for CLU’s diversity  

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Oxnard food manufacturing facility sells for record price  

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Mental health facility proposed in Lompoc  

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Melchiori sentenced to nine years in prison  

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Irwin bill would create California Housing Agency  

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New name for sports foundation honors Kobe Bryant’s daughter  

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The nonprofit arm of Thousand Oaks-based Mamba Sports Academy headed up by Kobe Bryant was renamed Feb. 14 to include a tribute to his daughter, Read More →

Tri-county airports break passenger records  

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BlackRock shifts PennyMac stake to charitable entities  

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Westlake Village-based PennyMac Financial Services announced Feb. 13 that investor BlackRock is divesting its remaining 20 percent ownership of the company. The shares were gifted Read More →