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Dunkin’ Donuts opening 15 restaurants in Tri-Counties

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Paso Robles steels itself for crowds as Tin City unfolds

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Dubroff: Allergan all about stripping out assets and avoiding taxes

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Henry Dubroff

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Hilton planned across from Ventura County fairgrounds

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Dubroff: Raising minimum wage to $15 per hour will hurt businesses

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Henry Dubroff

Having pushed through one of the largest tax increases in California history, Gov. Jerry Brown has now put his stamp on a minimum wage hike that will likely take away as much opportunity as it provides. A pragmatist and fiscal prude, Brown jumped into the minimum wage debate and wrung from union advocates concessions that Read More →

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Munger pledges $200M for UCSB student housing

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A Montecito-based philanthropist pledged at least $200 million to build new student housing on the UC Santa Barbara campus and possibly create a new model for the entire UC system. Charles Munger, the 92-year-old vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, presented his plan at a recent UC Board of Regents meeting to replace existing dorms on Read More →

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Startup ecosystem alive and well in Tri-Counties

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I was struck recently by how rich and diverse our startup community is here in the Tri-Counties. I do my best to get out and about to as many startup events as possible in the region, some days driving from my home in Ventura to remote corners of San Luis Obispo County. A few weeks Read More →

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