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Dubroff: Lacayo’s genius was his ability to balance competing interests

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Henry Dubroff

There were two reasons why the late Henry “Hank” Lacayo insisted that his United Auto Workers negotiators wear suits and ties when they sat down with management to hammer out a new contract. The first was to send a signal that the union team was socially equal to the management negotiators. The second was to Read More →

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Togo’s sandwich shops coming to Santa Maria

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Demand increasing for tri-county processed food exports

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

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Henry Dubroff

Story updated at 2:18 p.m. June 23: Of all the challenges facing Santa Barbara as it tries to reinvent its struggling State Street business district, the biggest may be getting the capital to attract and retain innovative companies. From San Luis Obispo to Westlake Village, tri-county communities are awash in startup weekends and small cash Read More →

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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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Dubroff: Mindbody growing along with Highway 101 tech corridor

By   /  Friday, June 16th, 2017  /  Central Coast, Columns, Latest news, Technology, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Dubroff: Mindbody growing along with Highway 101 tech corridor

Henry Dubroff

After raising $134 million in late May, expanding its footprint on the Central Coast and rolling out an updated global expansion strategy, MindBody CEO Rick Stollmeyer is in no mood to slow down. Nor does he see any slowdown ahead for the burgeoning tech corridor along the Highway 101 in the tri-county region. In an Read More →

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