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Arts play leading role in tri-county economies

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UCSB joins nonprofit Alliance for Southern California Innovation  

Staff Report I 14 hours ago

UC Santa Barbara and six other universities announced the formation of the nonprofit organization Alliance for Southern California Innovation on June 22. Led by former Read More →

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Staff Report I 17 hours ago

Updated at 3 p.m. June 23: Anant Yardi, founder and CEO of Yardi Systems in Goleta, was named on June 21 to a list of Read More →

Latino Business Awards winners announced  

Staff Report I 17 hours ago

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Our view: Amazon’s bold bet will challenge tri-county farmers  

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Togo’s sandwich shops coming to Santa Maria  

Joshua Molina I 19 hours ago

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China patents hard to get for tri-county companies  

Joshua Molina I 20 hours ago

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Demand increasing for tri-county processed food exports  

Marissa Nall I 20 hours ago

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Days of ‘build it and they will come’ are over  

Guest commentary I 20 hours ago

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Federal rule on joint employment rolled back  

Joshua Molina I 20 hours ago

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Dubroff: New investment fund will have an impact on State Street  

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Oxnard’s CalAmp partners with Autobrain  

Staff Report I 2 days ago

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PennyMac to buy back $50 million of Class A common stock  

Staff Report I 2 days ago

PennyMac Financial Services announced on June 21 that it will repurchase up to $50 million of its Class A common stock. The number and timing Read More →

SerImmune gets $8 million in financing from Illumina Ventures  

Staff Report I 2 days ago

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Firestone Walker trying to expand brewing capacity in Paso Robles  

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Amgen asks FDA to consider new uses for Xgeva  

Staff Report I 5 days ago

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SLO software provider MindBody hires new president  

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Report finds nonprofit arts, culture vital to Central Coast economies  

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Simi apartment project caters to millennials  

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Impact Hub launches Satellite wine bar  

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Santa Barbara County winery has 250-year plan  

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Patagonia buys Brooks Institute studio site in Ventura  

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Our view: Reliable electricity a must for Highway 101 corridor  

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Ernst & Young gives entrepreneur awards to Direct Relief, TrackR  

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Women deserving of more respect in the workplace  

Guest commentary I 1 week ago

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580-home SLO project may help jobs-housing imbalance  

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