CalAmp is back. The Oxnard-based firm, which trades on the Nasdaq and has a 98,0000-square-foot facility in the Tri-Counties, had a brush with death when it temporarily lost a huge customer and revenues halved. But analysts say the company’s turnaround team has righted the ship and handed off power to a new CEO.
Calavo Growers’ $96 million purchase of a fast-growing fresh food company signals that it’s come a long way since its homegrown roots as an avocado cooperative.
Deckers Outdoor Corp. is trying a sandal company on for size.
Amgen executives believe the biotech giant will grow substantially in the next decade, pursuing drugs that treat major melanoma and bone loss.
ValueClick is out to prove to investors that it still has some pluck after more than a decade in the digital marketing business.
Santa Barbara Bank & Trust and its smaller banking peers in the region are reporting improved earnings.
Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies, a $1.6 billion military-industrial conglomerate, is rearranging itself to bolster its commercial camera sensor lines and shift toward the defense spending that’s farthest from the chopping block.