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Our view: Ventura-Santa Barbara rail study a good start  

Henry Dubroff I 1 hour ago

Words of wisdom attributed to Chinese sage Lao Tsu hold that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Perhaps the journey Read More →

Requests for proposals overlook value of face-to-face communication  

Guest commentary I 1 hour ago

I’ve been in business for more than 30 years and in that time I’ve hired quite a few people. But in all that time, not Read More →

Rules allowing higher density help housing projects pencil out  

Joshua Molina I 1 hour ago

Changing rules that allow for more flexible AUD or “average unit density” projects have created a flurry of demand for rental property construction permits in Read More →

Tri-county foundations face uncertainty  

Marissa Nall I 45 mins ago

The presidents and CEOs of the Ventura County Community Foundation and the Santa Barbara Foundation, Vanessa Bechtel and Ronald Gallo, discussed the Affordable Care Act, Read More →

Navy’s Wounded Warriors compete in Port Hueneme  

Joshua Molina I 12 mins ago

Athletes came in from around the country in early February to participate in the Navy’s Wounded Warrior trials in Port Hueneme. A wounded warrior is Read More →

Angel investors weigh person making pitch  

Alex Kacik I 11 mins ago

The most important quality for entrepreneurs seeking capital may not be the technology behind their product, scalability or target demographic — it’s about personal appeal, Read More →

Dubroff: Stormy weather, surging stocks plug one county’s fiscal pothole  

Henry Dubroff I 2 hours ago

The weather and the election of Donald Trump don’t appear to have much in common. But the rainstorms that struck over President’s Day weekend and Read More →

Central Coast Innovation Awards honorees announced  

Staff Report I 3 hours ago

  The Pacific Coast Business Times is pleased to announce this year’s Central Coast Innovation Awards winners. Each honoree is profiled in the B section Read More →

Santa Barbara’s Sandbox incubator debuts with virtual reality forum  

Henry Dubroff I 3 hours ago

The region's newest business workspace made its public debut Feb. 23 with the opening of Sandbox, a medium-sized business incubator at 414 Olive  St. in Read More →

LTC Properties reports increase in net income  

Staff Report I 20 hours ago

Westlake Village-based LTC Properties announced a 15.7 percent increase in net income to $20.6 million, or 53 cents per diluted share, for the quarter ended Read More →

Resonant agrees to sell $7.5 million in stock to Longboard  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

Goleta-based radio frequency front-end designer Resonant agreed to allow its stockholder Longboard Capital Advisors to purchase $7.5 million worth of stock and stock warrants. Expected Read More →

Judge denies Plains’ motion to set aside criminal indictment over oil spill  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Jean Dandona denied defense counsels’ motions to set aside the criminal indictment against Plains All American Pipeline and James Read More →

The Trade Desk stock up 8 percent as firm sells 5 million shares  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

Shares of Ventura-based The Trade Desk jumped 8 percent to $35.00 as the company announced the launch of a 5 million share offering by current Read More →

Genentech sues Amgen over biosimilar drug info  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

Roch AG subsidiary Genentech filed a lawsuit against Amgen claiming the Thousand Oaks-based company obstructed its investigation of whether the biosimilar Amgen is developing for Read More →

Groundwater management deadline nears  

Marissa Nall I 1 week ago

A patchwork of agencies, including two new opt-in water districts, are taking responsibility for their portions of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin as a statewide Read More →

Master sommelier pours talents into winemaking in Los Olivos  

Tom Bronzini I 1 week ago

Anyone who has seen the 2012 movie “Somm” can appreciate how incredibly difficult it is to earn the badge of master sommelier. The documentary follows Read More →

Ojai company leads way to reliable, clean energy  

Guest commentary I 1 week ago

By Jan Dietrick The Feb. 10 article in the Pacific Coast Business Times, “Power to the people: SimpliPhi to double production at Ojai battery storage Read More →

Profits should not be considered a dirty word  

Guest commentary I 1 week ago

By Lee Schuh My wife and I recently overheard a boisterous group of 20-something women bemoan the evils of profit while we ate an early Read More →

Our view: State needs to be smarter about water infrastructure  

Henry Dubroff I 1 week ago

The dam was declared totally safe. The collapse was totally unexpected. This month’s emergency evacuation of 200,000 people below the troubled spillways at the Oroville Read More →

CLU students apply business lessons to VFW  

Marissa Nall I 1 week ago

Simi Valley’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10049 got some free business consulting Feb. 14 from graduate students at California Lutheran University, who advised rebranding Read More →

A fond farewell to the Tri-Counties from Alex Kacik  

Alex Kacik I 1 week ago

I got into journalism because of former Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully. My grandmother, an Italian immigrant, loved sports. She learned how to speak English by Read More →

Ventura County commercial real estate market great for investors  

Alex Kacik I 1 week ago

The Ventura County commercial real estate market is ripe for investment, real estate experts said. There was $855 million in CRE sales in the Ventura Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: Time for Trump to release tax returns, explain Russian ties  

Henry Dubroff I 1 week ago

Two of the smartest journalists I know are Thomas J. Friedman of the New York Times and Fareed Zakaria of CNN. When they reach the Read More →

Area governments hire consultant to develop commuter rail  

Joshua Molina I 1 week ago

Area governments are moving full steam ahead in hopes of creating commuter rail service from Ventura to Santa Barbara. The Santa Barbara County Association of Read More →

The Trade Desk reports strong income growth  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

The Trade Desk reported a 29 percent increase in net income in its fiscal year 2016 earnings statement Feb. 16 and filed a proposal with Read More →