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Courts say electronic records are on the docket

By   /  Friday, August 8th, 2014  /  Central Coast, East Ventura County, Law, South Coast, Technology, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Courts say electronic records are on the docket

Coming soon to a courthouse near you: Electronic document filing, judges swiping through case files on touch pads and digital public access to court records.

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Crop values hit $4.4B as drought parches strawberries

By   /  Wednesday, August 6th, 2014  /  Agribusiness, Central Coast, East Ventura County, Green Coast, Latest news, South Coast, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Crop values hit $4.4B as drought parches strawberries

Drought conditions sapped 12 percent of the value of strawberry production in Ventura County while wine grapes surged for Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties to help boost the region’s crop values to $4.4 billion, according to reports on last year’s crops.

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Bank of America names market president

By   /  Tuesday, August 5th, 2014  /  Banking & Finance, Banking Industry, Central Coast, East Ventura County, South Coast, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Bank of America names market president

Diana Gleason has been named market president for Bank of America in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Most recently, Gleason was a regional sales executive for Bank of American Home Loans for Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties and West Los Angeles. She has been in the banking industry for nearly 40 years Read More →

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Santa Maria farmer files Chapter 7 amid legal battle with bank

By   /  Friday, August 1st, 2014  /  Agribusiness, Banking & Finance, Banking Industry, Central Coast, Law, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Santa Maria farmer files Chapter 7 amid legal battle with bank

A Santa Maria produce broker and farmer has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy with about $1 million in assets and $9 million in liabilities as his family companies sue the region’s largest bank on allegations that it failed to come through on millions of dollars in promised loans.

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Small beachside town seeks developer with the right touch

By   /  Friday, August 1st, 2014  /  Central Coast, Real Estate, Top Stories, Tourism, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Small beachside town seeks developer with the right touch

The Port San Luis Harbor District has released a request for proposals from qualified companies interested in taking on the redevelopment of the 32-acre RV resort and campground known as Harbor Terrace.

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Heritage Oaks Q2 profits jump 25%

By   /  Tuesday, July 29th, 2014  /  Banking & Finance, Banking Industry, Central Coast, South Coast, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Heritage Oaks Q2 profits jump 25%

Paso Robles-based Heritage Oaks Bancorp’s second-quarter profits jumped 25.1 percent to $2.9 million. Net income from its acquisition of Mission Community Bancorp in February drove the increase, Heritage Oaks said in a July 28 earnings release. The bank’s loans grew 46.9 percent to $1.1 billion, year-over-year, as it added $280.7 million of Mission’s loans to Read More →

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Announcing the 2014 Spirit of Small Business winners

By   /  Friday, July 25th, 2014  /  Central Coast, East Ventura County, Green Coast, Small Business, South Coast, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County, Women Inc.  /  Comments Off on Announcing the 2014 Spirit of Small Business winners

The Pacific Coast Business Times is pleased to announce our 2014 class of Spirit of Small Business award winners. The annual special section, now in its 12th year, celebrates small-business ownership and entrepreneurship in the Tri-Counties.

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