Frontier’s first year in Tri-Counties one of losses

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Amgen gets European approval for biosimilar of Humira  

Staff Report I 6 hours ago

Thousand Oaks-based Amgen has announced that the European Commission has granted marketing authorization for Amgevita, a drug that treats inflammatory diseases, including moderate-to-severe rheumatoid arthritis. The Read More →

Tri-county hospitals oppose Trump health care bill  

Joshua Molina I 2 hours ago

President Donald Trump’s plan to reverse course on American health care policy is being met with wide resistance from health care professionals across the Tri-Counties. Read More →

Cannabis industry expected to split in two  

Marissa Nall I 2 hours ago

The cannabis industry is poised for a split between medical and recreational users following the passage of Proposition 64 in November. Currently, medical and recreational Read More →

Ventura’s efforts to increase tourism paying off  

Marissa Nall I 1 hour ago

The annual Gordon Research Conference in Ventura is wrapping up March 31 and giving way to a 50th anniversary “Summer of Love” familiarity trip for Read More →

This year’s Top 50 Women in Business announced  

Staff Report I 1 hour ago

  The Business Times is pleased to announce this year's Top 50 Women in Business. This annual special report, now in its 12th year in Read More →

Dubroff: Trump’s budget priorities will create tri-county winners, losers  

Henry Dubroff I 7 mins ago

A cardinal rule about covering politics these days is that it’s never too early to speculate. So, with the contours of the Trump administration’s approach Read More →

SB property managers offering rental incentives  

Joshua Molina I 8 mins ago

Steve Golis, principal at Radius Commercial Real Estate & Investments, is predicting a modest 2-3 percent increase in commercial rents in 2017. Rents are leveling Read More →

Our view: Progress on Highway 101 widening welcome sign  

Henry Dubroff I 23 mins ago

In fits and starts, the inevitable widening of Highway 101 from Carpinteria to Santa Barbara is proceeding at a steady pace. The latest sign of Read More →

AG’s report details improper use of funds by Ventura County Community Foundation  

Joshua Molina I 21 hours ago

Story updated at 11:16 p.m. March 24: The Ventura County Community Foundation improperly used $3.8 million of endowment funds earmarked to support VCCF’s operations and Read More →

Santa Barbara mayor concerned about city’s lack of enough revenue  

Chris Officer I 2 days ago

Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider shared a lot of positive news in her state of the city address at the Lobero Theater on March 22 Read More →

IQMS sponsoring program for metal forming industry  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

Paso Robles-based manufacturing software company IQMS announced March 20 that it would sponsor a two-day Strategic Assessment Program for the metal forming industry. The sponsorship Read More →

Teledyne to provide electronics for mission to Jupiter  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

A French space agency awarded nearly $10 million to a subsidiary of Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies to provide infrared detectors and electronics for a mission Read More →

Regulators back Pacific Premier acquisition of Heritage Oaks  

Staff Report I 3 days ago

The board of governors of the Federal Reserve System and the California Department of Business Oversight approved Irvine-based Pacific Premier Bancorp’s acquisition of Heritage Oaks Read More →

East Ventura County startups carve out phone case niche  

Marissa Nall I 7 days ago

Two East Ventura County startups hope to add value for cell phone users and differentiate their products in the crowded accessory market. Providing hands-free use Read More →

Workforce trends challenge for tri-county employers  

Guest commentary I 7 days ago

By Vlad Vaiman To formulate and implement a meaningful talent management strategy in an organization, its top leaders need to understand current workforce trends. These Read More →

American wine legend cultivates viticulture industry  

Tom Bronzini I 7 days ago

If you could bottle what it takes to become an American wine legend, a large part of it would be a mindset to elevate an Read More →

Lawsuit over vacation rental ban allowed to continue  

Joshua Molina I 7 days ago

In a ruling that could have widespread effects on vacation rentals across the Tri-Counties, Ventura judge Mark Borrell denied the city of Santa Barbara’s attempt Read More →

Our view: Ventura creates model for helping homeless  

Henry Dubroff I 7 days ago

Amid the turmoil of November’s election results, it was easy to overlook passage of the Measure O sales tax increase for the city of Ventura. Read More →

Housing affordability crisis solutions elusive  

Joshua Molina I 7 days ago

The housing crisis on the Central Coast is severe and the future of affordability is bleak, according to a panel of experts who spoke at Read More →

93-year-old engineer still designing new cars  

Katie Swalm I 7 days ago

Roy Lunn is best known as the “Godfather of the GT40,” the Mustang muscle car that won him a place in the Automotive Hall of Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: Weinman puts a nontraditional focus on ‘Venky’ award  

Henry Dubroff I 7 days ago

When UC Santa Barbara hands out its annual “Venky” award for entrepreneurial leadership each spring, typically it is a top scientist who gets the hardware. Read More →

Agilent Technologies announces dividend, new chairman  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Agilent Technologies announced March 15 that stockholders of record April 4 would receive a quarterly dividend. The life sciences company with offices in Camarillo will Read More →

Pentland invests in Santa Barbara shoe designer SeaVees  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

United Kingdom-based Pentland Brands Limited announced an investment in Santa Barbara shoe designer SeaVees for an undisclosed amount March 15. The deal is part of Read More →

SLO County supervisors deny Phillips 66 rail spur project appeal  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

After more than a full day of listening to public comments, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted March 14 to deny the Read More →

Breast implant maker Sientra narrows fourth quarter losses  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Goleta-based breast implant manufacturer Sientra reduced its net losses for the fourth quarter of 2016 to $8.1 million, compared to $28.3 million for the same Read More →