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Editorial Department

| Monday, December 27th, 2010

A decade of taking stock: A Q&A with West Coast Asset Management

Banking & Finance, Personal Finance, Top Stories

Business Times Editor Henry Dubroff interviews Paul Orfalea and Lance Helfert of West Coast Asset Management on investing strategies

| Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Teledyne sells small-aircraft engine division for $186M

Tri-County Public Companies

Teledyne is selling its small-aircraft engine business for $186 million to a Chinese company.

| Monday, December 13th, 2010

Carriage Square in Oxnard improves its future with Lowe

Columns, Real Estate

Oxnard’s Carriage Square’s developers secured $17.2 million in financing and said a Lowe’s and several smaller retailers will open at the project

| Monday, November 29th, 2010

A tasty comeback: Habit veteran returns with Hook Burger Bistro

Small Business

Habit Burger veteran Brent Reichard recently came out of semi-retirement to launch a new, more upscale burger restaurant, which recently opened its first store in Oxnard.

| Friday, November 5th, 2010

Slow SLO recovery forecast

Tri-County Economy

Like the rest of California, San Luis Obispo County is winding very slowly to a full economic recovery, forecasters at the Central Coast Economic Forecast said Nov. 5. The county’s unemployment rate currently hovers around 10 percent, and will likely stay above 6 percent until sometime in 2015, economists from the forecasting group Beacon Economics Read More →

| Monday, November 1st, 2010

Editorial: Get out the vote

Editorials, Opinion

Tuesday is Election Day — as you must know, if you’ve turned on a television, opened your mailbox or picked up a newspaper lately. There are scores of candidates and propositions on the region’s various ballots, more than we could ever hope to cover in the Business Times. We’ve tried to bring you the highlights Read More →

| Monday, October 11th, 2010

Ventura County CEO Robinson to retire

Latest news

Ventura County CEO Marty Robinson has announced plans to retire in March after three years as the top executive in the region’s largest government agency. Robinson, 60, replaced Johnny Johnston as CEO in 2008, the culmination of a career with the county that has now lasted more than 35 years. She was the first woman Read More →