Paul Rubino: Purchased the We The People franchise at 21904 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. We The People is a document-preparation service for consumers who choose to represent themselves in uncontested legal matters including living trusts, incorporations, real-estate deeds and powers of attorney.
Interthinx Inc.: The Agoura Hills-based provider of risk mitigation, mortgage-fraud prevention and regulatory-compliance tools for the mortgage industry has formed a strategic alliance with iMortgage Services.
Noelle K. Harling: The vice president of operations for Burbank-based Frasco Profiles was named to the board of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners. Harling last year received the association's inaugural Distinguished Service Award.
NetSol Technologies Inc.: The provider of global-business services and enterprise-application solutions has opened a Managed IT Services Division. The Calabasas-based company already provides portfolio-management systems for the financial-services industry, consulting, custom development, systems integration, and technical services for the health-care, insurance, real estate and technology markets.
Universal Detection Technology: Based in Beverly Hills, the developer of early warning monitoring technologies won a contract to provide radiation-detection equipment for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
El Pollo Loco: The chain of flame-grilled-chicken restaurants is using three-wheel, subcompact electric cars for its delivery and catering services in Beverly Hills and Century City.
Global Entertainment Acquisition Corp.: Hired Hollywood talent agent Michael Greenfield to head up its casting and project development division.
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