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Franchises open doors for entrepreneurial veterans in Tri-Counties

By   /  Friday, November 13th, 2015  /  Latest news, Small Business, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Franchises open doors for entrepreneurial veterans in Tri-Counties

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Goleta breast implant maker Sientra shakes up C-Suite

By   /  Thursday, November 12th, 2015  /  Health Care, Latest news, South Coast, Top Stories, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Goleta breast implant maker Sientra shakes up C-Suite

  The writing was on the wall at Sientra. On Nov. 12, the company’s top executives took the fall. The embattled Goleta-based breast implant manufacturer cleaned house Thursday afternoon. Sientra founder and CEO Hani Zeini stepped down as CEO and he will be replaced by industry veteran Jeffrey Nugent. Nicholas Simon also resigned as chairman Read More →

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LA, Long Beach port closures helped Port of Hueneme

By   /  Thursday, November 12th, 2015  /  Latest news, Top Stories, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on LA, Long Beach port closures helped Port of Hueneme

  The Port of Hueneme benefitted from recent closures at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Port of Hueneme President Jess Herrera said. Closures at the ports snarled traffic of cargo ships and left dozens of cargo ships sitting for days as they waited to be unloaded. Herrera said some traffic from Los Read More →

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Inogen’s third quarter earnings beat Wall Street expectations

By   /  Wednesday, November 11th, 2015  /  Earnings, Health Care, Latest news, Top Stories, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Inogen’s third quarter earnings beat Wall Street expectations

  Inogen, a Goleta-based maker of direct-to-consumer respiratory products, beat analyst estimates for revenue when the company released third quarter earnings on Nov. 10. Revenues were up 38.7 percent from $29.4 million during the third quarter of last year to $40.8 million this year. Analysts had predicted revenues of $37 million. Inogen also reported adjusted Read More →

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AppFolio reports strong revenue for third quarter

By   /  Monday, November 9th, 2015  /  Latest news, Technology, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on AppFolio reports strong revenue for third quarter

      AppFolio founder and chief strategist Klaus Schauser   Santa Barbara-based cloud computing firm AppFolio said revenue jumped 56 percent to $20.3 million for the third quarter as losses grew to $4.8 million. The company, which specializes in providing business-to-business cloud services, said that it had increased both law firm and property management Read More →

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Central Coast economy expanding

By   /  Friday, November 6th, 2015  /  Central Coast, Latest news, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Central Coast economy expanding

The Central Coast labor market is growing at a rate faster than the state’s, led by an all-time high in nonfarm employment, according to analysis from the Central Coast Economic Forecast. About 400 people flocked to the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo on Nov. 6 for the annual forecast. Chris Thornberg and Jordan Levine of Read More →

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Regulators put tri-county crab season on ice

By   /  Friday, November 6th, 2015  /  Latest news, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Regulators put tri-county crab season on ice

Regulators have put crab season on ice. The tri-county commercial fishing industry is feeling the sting of a toxin that’s been found in some of the area’s seafood. The California Department of Public Health advised consumers in a Nov. 3 announcement not to eat Dungeness and rock crabs caught between the Oregon border and the Read More →

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