Menu
/REGISTER
Montecito
Nixon Peabody
Pac Premier

Gyms juggle indoor, outdoor operations as region reopens

This article is only available to Business Times subscribers Subscribers: LOG IN or REGISTER for complete digital access. Not a Subscriber? SUBSCRIBE for full access to our weekly newspaper, online edition and Book of Lists. Check the STATUS of your Subscription Account.

Latest news View All →

SLO County leaders eyeing Diablo Canyon site for green energy  

Jorge Mercado I 3 days ago

The Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant near Avila Beach is slated to shut down in 2025. With the decommissioning of Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: Even before the SEC took action, Airborne Wireless Network raised red flags  

Henry Dubroff I 4 days ago

Writing about the frenzied trading in Gamestop shares in the Jan. 28 edition of the Business Times, I mentioned a penny stock called Airborne Wireless Read More →

SEC alleges history of concealment by Airborne Wireless insiders  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a suit on March 2 against Simi Valley-based Airborne Wireless Network and seven of its shareholders and executives, Read More →

Summer reopening projected for PCH north of SLO County  

Amber Hair I 4 days ago

CalTrans crews and contractors work to repair damage to Highway 1 in Big Sur. (courtesy photo) When a landslide buried about a quarter mile of Read More →

AppFolio looks ahead after loss in fourth quarter  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

AppFolio stumbled through 2020’s finish line as the Goleta real estate software and data analysis company failed to meet analysts’ expectations and reported a small Read More →

Real Estate: Federal government signs lease on full building in Camarillo business park  

Amber Hair I 4 days ago

The U.S. General Services Administration is leasing an 18,033-square-foot space in the Mission Oaks Business Park at 321 Cortez Circle in Camarillo. The federal government Read More →

Our View: Life science industry merits state support  

Editorial Board I 4 days ago

Working its way through the California Assembly is the Golden State Innovation Act of 2021, or Assembly Bill 593, which would restore tax credits and Read More →

Opinion: Diverse hiring takes real work  

Guest commentary I 4 days ago

By Clare Briglio I started my career in human resources and eventually found myself working as a corporate recruiter. As a young and albeit naïve Read More →

Opinion: Strength comes from our connections with others  

Guest commentary I 4 days ago

By Rabbi Ron Li-Paz I was recently invited by the U.S. Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs to speak to our service Read More →

Opinion: It pays to stay out of family court  

Guest commentary I 4 days ago

By Maya Shulma When clients meet with me to discuss their legal options for ending a marriage, the conversation frequently expands to matters of business Read More →
Procore CEO Craig "Tooey" Courtemanche sits in his office at the company's Carpinteria headquarters (Nik Blaskovich photo)

As it plans IPO, Procore reports growing revenue, growing losses  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

Procore CEO Craig "Tooey" Courtemanche owns 6% of the pre-IPO software company, a stake worth hundreds of millions of dollars. (file photo) Procore Technologies is Read More →

Gyms juggle indoor, outdoor operations as region reopens  

Amber Hair I 4 days ago

Hamsa Studio instructor Paulina Carey leads a Zumba class in the parking lot of the Redemption Church near Ojai (Rob Varela photo) Gyms in San Read More →

State opens new round of small business aid  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

Small businesses that didn’t receive funding in earlier rounds of a state program designed to give those businesses a boost have additional chances to get Read More →

Simi Valley contractor sentenced for workers comp fraud  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

A general contractor in Simi Valley was sentenced March 3 for workers compensation fraud, Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko’s office announced. David Burgmeier, who Read More →

Salem reports profitable quarter, but loss for the full year  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

Salem Media Group reported a mixed bag of financial results for the fourth quarter and the full year of 2020 when it released its quarterly Read More →

Amgen to buy cancer treatment biotech firm for $1.9B  

Jorge Mercado I 5 days ago

Thousand Oaks-based Amgen, one of the biggest biotech companies in the world, will get bigger with the $1.9 billion acquisition of Five Prime Therapeutics, a Read More →

Procore IPO back on track with new SEC filing  

Jorge Mercado I 6 days ago

Procore CEO Tooey Courtemanche outside of the company's Carpinteria headquarters in 2018. (File photo) Procore Technologies is planning an initial public offering in 2021 after Read More →

Innovation Awards honorees announced; date set for live Zoom event and Startup Village  

Chris Officer I 6 days ago

The 2021 Central Coast Innovation Awards special report was published and went out with the Feb. 26, 2021 print publication. Subscribers can also view the Read More →

SEC alleges pump-and-dump fraud at Airborne Wireless in Simi Valley  

Tony Biasotti I 7 days ago

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed suit on March 2 against Simi Valley-based Airborne Wireless Network and seven of its shareholders and executives, accusing Read More →

Direct Relief launches new health equity fund with Scott’s $50M gift  

Tony Biasotti I 7 days ago

Direct Relief supplied masks to the COVID testing site at Dodger Stadium in 2020 (courtesy photo) MacKenzie Scott’s donation to Direct Relief equaled the largest Read More →

AppFolio posts loss in fourth quarter  

Jorge Mercado I 1 week ago

AppFolio, a Goleta-based property management software company, failed to meet analysts’ expectations with a net loss in the fourth quarter of 2020. Analysts tracked by Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: A new effort to drag Santa Barbara’s economy into the future  

Henry Dubroff I 1 week ago

A fledgling effort to reintroduce Santa Barbara to modern economic development practices goes before the City Council on March 16. Despite ingrained skepticism about whether Read More →

Survey measures survival tactics of small businesses  

Amber Hair I 2 weeks ago

A barber shop in Ventura closed during the early weeks of the pandemic. (file photo) Small businesses got tossed a curveball while dealing with the Read More →

Company founders talk social responsibility at Central Coast MIT Enterprise Forum  

Jorge Mercado I 2 weeks ago

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff outside of the company's new building in San Francisco in 2020 (courtesy photo) When Salesforce was founded in 1999, it had Read More →

AeroVironment’s Mars drone was more than a decade in the making  

Jorge Mercado I 2 weeks ago

The Perseverance rover landing on Mars, in one of the first images transmitted back to Earth on Feb. 18. (Photo courtesy NASA) An eight-year quest Read More →