August 9, 2022

Real Estate

Thousands of new homes in pipeline in Moorpark
When Moorpark became a city in 1983, Read More >
Dispute over Cal Poly dining hall lands in court
The Vista Grade dining commons at Cal Read More >
Velocity reports earnings growth in Q2
Real estate finance company Velocity Financial saw Read More >


Carpinteria-based Procore Technologies moved up from No. 880 last year to No. 697 this year. (Nik Blaskovich)

Procore reports growing revenue and shrinking losses, but narrowly misses analysts’ Q2 estimates

Carpinteria-based Procore continues to see massive growth in revenue and managed to cut its net losses in half over the past year, according to second quarter earnings released Aug. 4. Shares of Procore nearly flat the day after the afternoon earnings release, up 1.7% on Aug. 5 to close at $63.07. But for the entire week, Procore gained 23%, and shares were up 35% between July 26 and Aug. 5. Read More >


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