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500 Amgen employees to be re-assigned, relocated or laid off

By   /  Friday, March 24th, 2017  /  East Ventura County, Health Care, Latest news, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on 500 Amgen employees to be re-assigned, relocated or laid off

Nearly 500 Amgen employees in Thousand Oaks have been notified that they will be re-assigned, relocated or laid off as part of a restructuring plan. The biotech giant informed employees on March 22 that they will be reassigned to a new Tampa Bay, Fla. facility and research and development offices in Cambridge, Mass. and South Read More →

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East Ventura County startups carve out phone case niche

By   /  Friday, March 17th, 2017  /  East Ventura County, Latest news, Small Business, Technology  /  Comments Off on East Ventura County startups carve out phone case niche

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Thousand Oaks getting first mixed-use residential development

By   /  Friday, March 17th, 2017  /  East Ventura County, middle, Real Estate  /  Comments Off on Thousand Oaks getting first mixed-use residential development

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AeroVironment releases pilot program details at expo

By   /  Wednesday, February 15th, 2017  /  Agribusiness, East Ventura County, Latest news, Technology, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on AeroVironment releases pilot program details at expo

Unmanned aircraft systems company AeroVironment published details from its pilot program and debuted a new drone and support system at the World Ag Expo and National Farm Machinery Show Feb. 14 in Tulare, CA. Based in Monrovia, with operations in Simi Valley, the company partnered with farmers and universities to develop a drone that would Read More →

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Regional economy expected to grow under Trump

By   /  Thursday, February 2nd, 2017  /  East Ventura County, Latest news, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Regional economy expected to grow under Trump

The regional economy will continue to rally around the positive momentum stemming from the election of President Donald Trump, Director of the California Economic Forecast Mark Schniepp said Feb. 2. Schniepp expects modest economic growth to continue through 2017. The “Trump bump” may even delay a recession, speakers said at the 2017 Los Angeles County Read More →

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Ventura County Community Foundation appoints Scott Hansen as chair

By   /  Friday, January 27th, 2017  /  East Ventura County, Latest news, Nonprofits, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Ventura County Community Foundation appoints Scott Hansen as chair

The Camarillo-based Ventura County Community Foundation appointed Scott Hansen as its new chair. Hansen is the Wells Fargo regional managing director of wealth management for the Santa Barbara and Westlake Village markets. He manages a team of more than 100 financial professionals from Paso Robles to Studio City. “Scott Hansen has the professional expertise to Read More →

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California, U.S. must stop dreaming and face fiscal reality

By   /  Friday, January 20th, 2017  /  Central Coast, Columns, East Ventura County, Latest news, South Coast, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County  /  1 Comment

Henry Dubroff

Maybe it’s time to get real. The idealized view of America that brought about the populist revolution in the November election is not going to come back. Going back to 1970s or 1980s work rules would mean shackling millions of workers to jobs that offered little mobility, bare-bones pensions without inflation protection and uncertain prospects Read More →

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