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Businesses seek consistency as COVID-19 rules change

By Jim Holt Senior Investigative Reporter  Large businesses won’t have to mandate their employees be vaccinated following a Supreme Court decision this week — a decision that, local business leaders say, is the latest change in a COVID-19 landscape that has been short on one quality important to businesses:  Consistency.  In a somewhat split outcome this week, the Supreme Court set aside President Joe

Lief Labs earns A2LA certification

Lief Labs, a Santa Clarita-based formulation and product development innovator and manufacturer of dietary supplements, announced it has received the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation

Paul Raggio | The Power of Abundant Thinking?

Thanksgiving has passed, and Hanukkah and Christmas are around the corner. Many of us were fortunate enough to gather with family and friends and indulge our appetites on both food

Paul Raggio | I Deserve a Raise!

I’ll never forget my first post-Army job offer. A Washington, D.C., defense company was recruiting me, and as a retired Army colonel, I qualified as C-suite material, or so I

All walls up at IAC Commerce Center

The IAC Commerce Center recently announced the raising of the walls in the third and final phase of development at the Santa Clarita Valley business

College Clout acquired by Greek House

Greek House, a custom college apparel and Inc. 5000 company, recently announced the acquisition of locally based College Clout, a custom college apparel startup, which

SCV water receives financial reporting award

The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada awarded Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency the certificate of achievement for excellence for its

SCE transitions residential customers to new rate plans

Southern California Edison will transition 2.3 million residential customers from tiered rates to time-of-use plans, with transitions starting in November and continuing until April.  According to an Edison notification

Paul Raggio | A Grateful Leader

It’s that time of year.  Our day-to-day pace at the workplace slows down as our holiday shopping increases.  We look forward to celebrating Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas with family

CalArts’ CTO Allan Chen named to EDUCAUSE Board

EDUCAUSE, a nonprofit association for information technology in higher education, announced Allan Chen, vice president for Institute Technology and chief technology officer at the California