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Inogen revenue falls, but Q2 earnings beat analyst estimates  

Marissa Nall I 7 hours ago

The COVID-19 pandemic continued to cut into Inogen’s revenue, as new physician referrals and patient mobility declined during a quarter usually marked by increased patient Read More →

Alaska Airlines to add Santa Barbara-San Diego daily flights  

Staff Report I 9 hours ago

Alaska Airlines will fly direct daily from Santa Barbara to San Diego starting Nov. 20, Santa Barbara Airport announced Aug. 4. An Alaska Airlines flight Read More →

Goleta small-business grants available until Aug. 7  

Staff Report I 1 day ago

Grants are available for Goleta’s small businesses, but only for a short time. The grants are being provided by the Santa Barbara Better Together Fund Read More →

Amgen teams up with competitors in COVID treatment trial  

Marissa Nall I 1 day ago

Amgen has joined two of its competitors in launching a trial for drugs to treat patients with COVID-19. Amgen is one of three companies working Read More →

Deckers beats expectations with rising sales, shrinking losses in second quarter  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

Goleta-based Deckers Brands, the parent company of Ugg and Teva, saw its net sales increase in the second quarter as the footwear company continued to Read More →
Carpinteria-based Procore Technologies moved up from No. 880 last year to No. 697 this year. (Nik Blaskovich)

Hair: Procore campus, listed at $48M, sells for undisclosed amount  

Amber Hair I 5 days ago

Procore’s Carpinteria campus, which also houses a couple of other buildings, was recently sold to an out-of-town investor. Carpinteria-based Procore Technologies headquarters in Carpinteria was Read More →

Breakthrough gives citrus growers hope  

Marissa Nall I 5 days ago

Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, citrus growers have been trying to stop the spread of another deadly disease among their trees and now may have Read More →

LTC sees big revenue drop after rent losses  

Staff Report I 5 days ago

LTC Properties’ net income dropped more than 90 percent from the second quarter of 2019 to the second quarter of 2020, as the Westlake Village-based Read More →

Saalex, AeroVironment help NASA get to Mars with morning Perseverance launch  

Marissa Nall I 5 days ago

The NASA Perseverance Rover shot into space toward Mars on July 30, with the help of two Ventura County tech firms. An Atlas V rocket Read More →

Coalition set to unveil aerospace economic plan  

Staff Report I 6 days ago

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo has teamed up with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s economic development office to lead an effort aimed at space commercialization on the Read More →

Towner: Businesses have a crucial role to play in suppressing COVID-19  

Guest commentary I 1 week ago

Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom reintroduced restrictions on public venues in attempt to control a surge in COVID-19 infections. The order called for closing Read More →

Amgen meets analyst estimates, but shares drop on Q2 earnings decline  

Marissa Nall I 1 week ago

Amgen’s revenues climbed 6 percent in the second quarter, to $6.2 billion, despite the COVID-19 pandemic limiting hospital and physician operations and putting a hitch Read More →

Oxnard’s Cure makes $20M buy of CBD firm  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Cure Pharmaceutical, an Oxnard-based public company working on drug delivery systems and cannabis therapies, said July 28 that it has agreed to acquire Sera Labs, a Read More →

American Riviera Bank earnings tick up in Q2  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

American Riviera Bank saw a slight rise in its unaudited net income in the second quarter, but the Santa Barbara-based bank is still facing a Read More →

EVMatch of Santa Barbara wins prestigious $25,000 climate prize  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Santa Barbara electric vehicle infrastructure platform EVmatch took home a prestigious award on July 27 for its climate efforts, including a $25,000 prize. The startup, Read More →

Cottage, Dignity open new urgent care clinics in Oxnard, Solvang  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

Two new urgent care facilities operated by different Central Coast health care agencies opened within days of each other in late July. On July 27, Read More →

Pandemic still top concern for Community West following Q2 earnings  

Staff Report I 2 weeks ago

Goleta-based Community West Bank reported a slight dip in net income in the second quarter earnings it released July 24. Net income fell year-over-year from Read More →

Business Times announces 2020 Spirit of Small Business honorees  

Staff Report I 2 weeks ago

The Business Times is pleased to announce the winners of our 18th annual Spirit of Small Business Awards. This year’s awards was again a successful Read More →

Region braces for end of UI benefit bonus  

Abigail Napp I 2 weeks ago

Around 25 million Americans have received the $600 weekly federal bonus for the unemployed during the pandemic. But the benefit expires at the end of Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: Survival alone is a triumph for Central Coast small businesses  

Henry Dubroff I 2 weeks ago

Walking around the block of the Business Times offices during the week we produced our 18th annual Spirit of Small Business report, I’m struck by Read More →

Counties strive to protect their most vulnerable residents  

Amber Hair I 2 weeks ago

Vulnerable populations like farmworkers and people in care facilities still need help keeping COVID-19 out of their communities. Care facility residents and farmworkers are vulnerable Read More →

Hair: Public market in Paso to open despite pandemic restrictions  

Amber Hair I 2 weeks ago

Paso Market Walk Paso Market Walk, a 16,000-square-foot mixed-use development at 1803 Spring St. in Paso Robles, is opening for outdoor dining and curbside pickup Read More →

Teledyne stock climbs as Q2 earnings beat analyst estimates  

Staff Report I 2 weeks ago

Second-quarter sales for Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies dipped 5 percent to $743.3 million, and net income beat analyst estimates, sending the stock up 2.5 percent Read More →

Crimson, contractor will pay $1.6M to settle claims over 2016 Ventura oil spill  

Staff Report I 2 weeks ago

The companies responsible for a 2016 oil spill in the Ventura foothills will pay the state and county $1.6 million in a legal settlement announced Read More →

June unemployment drops in region, still historically high  

Staff Report I 3 weeks ago

Unemployment rates in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties all dropped in June, but all three remained in double digits, and worse than Read More →