Letter: Clarifying the status of solar and wind projects in the regionLetters to the Editor, Opinion
Dear Editor: First, let me thank you for writing the article on renewable energy in our region. [See Green Coast special section, published April 6]. It is important for people to know about local projects and their progress. I actually produce a monthly renewable energy report on projects large and small for regional stakeholders and Read More →
Letter: Reflecting on the rise and fall of United AirlinesLetters to the Editor, Opinion
Dear Editor: I’m an avid reader of the Pacific Coast Business Times and a small business owner in Oxnard. I’m also a huge fan of yours and read all of your columns and perspectives and learn from them. Editor Henry Dubroff’s April 6 column on what’s happened to the United Airlines business model rang so Read More →
Letter: Santa Margarita Ranch is expanding, not rebranding, its offeringsLetters to the Editor, Opinion
The zipline tours and outdoor events are simply accessory uses to the existing and main use of the property.
Op/ed: Use technology to improve your business, not just to promote itOp/Eds, Opinion
By Jacques Habra on April 20, 2012 As general manager of an online marketing firm, I am often asked, “Should we be on Facebook?” or “Should I be tweeting?” My immediate answer is no. You should be focused on increasing your value to your customers, and only using technology to learn about your business and Read More →
The forgotten piece of the financial pieOp/Eds, Opinion
A will doesn’t avoid having a court settle out your estate in California if the estate is above $150,000.
Op/ed: Oxnard business zone would be a boon for small businessesEditorials, Opinion
Adding OBIZ to Oxnard is like adding one more staff person to every business in the city.
Op/ed: Adversity as a motivatorOp/Eds, Opinion
An excerpt from the recently published book “Real Leaders Don’t Boss” by Ritch Eich.