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Salem Media acquires financial newsletters, websites  

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Camarillo-based Salem Media has acquired Hilary Kramer’s investment newsletters “GameChangers,” “High Octane Trader,” “Value Authority,” and “Inner Circle,” as well as the websites and Read More →

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UCSB students unimpressed with UC tuition cut  

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Qualstar reports huge increase in revenue, net income  

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Salem Media reports second quarter net loss  

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Montecito Bank & Trust adds Leis and Garvey to board  

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Net income up 63 percent at LTC Properties  

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Inogen shares soar on news of record revenue for second quarter  

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Santa Barbara Museum of Art campaign brings in another $1.8 million  

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Consultant hired to study Diablo Canyon closure impact and mitigation  

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Parker Brown: Don’t overlook positives of Trump economy  

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