Special message from Business Times founder Henry Dubroff
We know that many of you are relying on the Business Times for updates on overall economic impact and regional stock reports. We will continue to provide these reports daily and our coverage will remain outside of our paywall.
As the Business Times celebrates its 20th anniversary today, I wanted to provide an update from our newsroom about our coronavirus coverage and our upcoming Top 50 Women in Business awards.
We will be publishing Top 50 Women in Business as scheduled on March 27. However, after consulting our keynote speaker, Sherry Villanueva, and with Deckers Brands about the availability of its rotunda, we have decided to move the event to November. In the next month, we will take the opportunity to feature our editor’s choice winners and others on our social media platforms.
We know that many businesses, small and large, are going through difficult times as the Central Coast economy downshifts to limit the spread of coronavirus in the region. Our news team is here to provide you with the information you need to survive these difficult times and return your companies to financial health as the economy rebounds.
— Henry Dubroff, founder and editor