June 6, 2023

Real Estate

CRE: PSHH receives grant to fund new apartments in Atascadero
People’s Self-Help Housing received a grant of Read More >
CRE: Santa Barbara agency nets huge Ventura County apartment sale
Beachside Partners, a Santa Barbara-based real estate Read More >
CRE: DignityMoves welcomes community to new Goleta village
The DignityMoves project, tentatively known as La Read More >
CRE: Housing market continues tumbling in the first quarter
The Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Read More >


Puretec treats water for thousands of different uses

A reverse osmosis machine at Puretec Industrial Water based in Ventura. This manufacturing plant is from the Oxnard facility of the water purification company. (courtesy photo) By Abigail Napp Special to the Business Times Since 1965, Jim Harris has served as President of Puretec Industrial Water, a water purification company he founded in Ventura. “Everybody takes water for granted,” said Harris. “There’s a lot to it.” Under Harris’s leadership, Puretec Read More >

Health Care & Life Science

FTC blocks Amgen’s $28B Horizon deal

Amgen's new research and development facility in San Francisco. (courtesy Read More >


Lean mean surveying machine
BizWatt's app puts everything in one place BizWatt was founded Read More >
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Dubroff: Lee Cole has his eyes set on tuning up Calavo’s operations
To hear Lee Cole tell it, it was the short Read More >


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