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Hotels hit with lawsuits from ‘ADA tester’ over website descriptions

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Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: The inside story of how Southwest landed on the South Coast  

Henry Dubroff I 2 days ago

When Henry Thompson returned to the West Coast just two years ago to take the helm of Santa Barbara Airport, it looked like most of Read More →

Corporate donors bail on Congress in wake of Capitol riot  

Jorge Mercado I 2 days ago

Companies nationwide are suspending their political donations in the wake of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, some of them to all candidates and Read More →

Street Smarts: Pandemic can’t stop the return of Girl Scout cookie season  

Staff Report I 2 days ago

If it’s January, it must be cookie time. Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast kicked off the annual drive on Jan. 12 with a program Read More →

HLB-sniffing dogs find a home in Ventura County  

Jorge Mercado I 2 days ago

A handler and dog F1-K9 search for HLB in citrus trees in Ventura in 2019. (file photo) The Florida company that’s been sending dogs to Read More →

Wine Buzz: Time is ripe for real estate deals in Paso wine country  

Abigail Napp I 2 days ago

Jenny Heinzen in Paso Robles (Shannon McMillen photography) Jenny Heinzen ended 2020 with a record-breaking year. Her eponymous real estate business focused on winery properties Read More →

Counties scramble to keep up as state shifts vaccine strategy  

Amber Hair I 2 days ago

Ventura County Medical Center (Tony Biasotti photo) Vaccines are the silver bullet the public has been waiting for in the fight against COVID-19. It’s going Read More →

Real Estate: AppFolio headquarters sold; no office sector comeback yet  

Amber Hair I 2 days ago

AppFolio's Goleta headquarters was sold recently for the second time in a year. (courtesy photo) The three-building complex in Goleta that holds the AppFolio headquarters Read More →

Letter to the Editor: We must make the region welcoming to all  

Guest commentary I 2 days ago

Dear Editor, I was quite dismayed to read the high-tech trends article from earlier this month regarding new opportunities with remote working (“Five tech business Read More →

Opinion: Your brand is your face to the world  

Guest commentary I 2 days ago

By Erika Schlomer-Fischer If there is one lesson to be learned during this challenging time, it is to embrace core values and meaning in our Read More →

Next round of PPP loans rolling out to region’s banks  

Amber Hair I 3 days ago

More than 1 million Paycheck Protection Program borrowers have already had their loans forgiven, to the sum of more than $100 billion, and the window Read More →

Salem Media Group faces new political landscape after Capitol riot  

Tony Biasotti I 3 days ago

Donald Trump supporters storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. (Tyler Merbler photo, Creative Commons license) On Jan. 4, two days before a mob Read More →

Hotels hit with lawsuits from ‘ADA tester’ over website descriptions  

Amber Hair I 3 days ago

Four Points by Sheraton Ventura Harbor Resort is one of more than a dozen hotels recently sued over alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Read More →

Ventura County sues 5 businesses for defying shutdown, could sue 10 more  

Amber Hair I 3 days ago

Allison's Country Cafe in Ventura was seating customers on its outdoor patio on Jan. 14, despite public health orders forbidding both indoor and outdoor dining. Read More →

AeroVironment shares take off after $405M drone deal announced  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

Shares of Simi Valley-based drone company AeroVironment shot up more than 25% on Jan. 14, the day after the company announced a $405 million acquisition Read More →

Our View: Mike Garcia should step up, or step down  

Editorial Board I 5 days ago

Take the high road. That is our advice to U.S. Rep Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, who owes his constituents in Ventura County and elsewhere a Read More →

Allegiant to add Portland-Santa Maria flights  

Staff Report I 5 days ago

Allegiant Air will start flying between Santa Maria Airport and Portland, Oregon on April 15, the discount airline announced Jan. 12. Portland International is a Read More →

Second round of PPP loans headed to Tri-Counties  

Amber Hair I 6 days ago

Another round of the federal Paycheck Protection Program opened Jan. 11, and the region’s bankers expect the money to help a lot of small businesses Read More →

Limoneira’s losses mount as pandemic depresses citrus sales  

Jorge Mercado I 6 days ago

Santa Paula-based agribusiness Limoneira saw its losses increase and its revenue drop in the fourth quarter of its most recent fiscal year, as low wholesale Read More →

How the region’s publicly traded companies stack up when it comes to women on the board  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Former State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, wrote a bill in 2018 that requires publicly traded companies in California to have women on their boards. Read More →

Region’s companies meet state mandate for women on corporate boards  

Jorge Mercado I 1 week ago

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Street Smarts: Ronald McDonald House family room comes to VCMC  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California will combine a $550,000 gift from Christine Petti with a $150,000 gift from Ventura resident and McDonald’s franchise Read More →

Broken Clock Vinegar Works is bringing Solvang a shrubbery  

Abigail Napp I 1 week ago

Charles and Jody Williams, owners of Broken Clock Vinegar Works (Eric Isaacs photo) For wine people, a whiff and a sip can move life in Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: Teledyne’s acquisition of Flir could turn the 101 corridor into ‘Sensor Alley’  

Henry Dubroff I 1 week ago

For a region that’s become used to seeing its best companies grow and be acquired by others, the Jan. 4 announcement that Teledyne Technologies is Read More →

Real Estate: Majestic makes $13.1 million buy in Goleta business park  

Amber Hair I 1 week ago

Majestic Asset Management paid $13.1 million for this Goleta building. (courtesy photo) Majestic Asset Management, an Agoura Hills-based property management and investment firm, bought 120 Read More →

Our View: No excuse for Garcia’s anti-democratic behavior  

Editorial Board I 1 week ago

The civil war within the Republican party arrived at the edge of the Tri-Counties, when recently re-elected U.S. Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, said he Read More →