The 2023 chapter of the Pacific Coast Business Times’ Fastest Growing Companies special report is here! This year, the company that’s shown the most revenue growth from 2020 to 2022 is Pashion Footwear, a company the Pacific Coast Business Times knows well. We’ve been following the story of CEO Haley Pavone since 2017, when she Read More →
A deal more than a decade in the making came to fruition on Sept. 29, when CEOs for both Sansum Clinic and Sutter Health announced the finalization of a partnership between the two nonprofit health care entities. Based in Santa Barbara, Sansum is now part of Sutter Health, a Sacramento-based organization that operates a network Read More →
Artificial Intelligence is transforming talent management and will play larger and larger roles as the technology continues to quickly evolve. That was the theme of a Sept. 21 forum at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on the role of AI in recruiting and hiring employees, helping them develop their skills, and improving their performance. Read More →
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For decades, arthroscopic surgeries have been done with cameras attached to wires and cords. Co-founder and CEO of Lazurite Holdings Eugene Malinskiy believed that with all the other technological innovations that had occurred, it was time for a wireless surgical camera. The wireless camera, known as ArthroFree, received FDA approval last year and in January, Read More →
CSU Channel Islands has received the largest single donation in the school’s 22-year history, accepting a $30 million gift from Philippe and Arlette Larraburu’s estate, the university announced on Sept. 8. CSUCI, the only four-year public college in Ventura County, is the sole beneficiary of the Larraburu estate, an endowment the couple established for the Read More →
It has been a few years since Launchpoint Electric Propulsion Solutions struck out on its own, being spun out of the now-defunct Launchpoint Technologies, but now, the company is ready for takeoff. Launchpoint EPS moved into its new facility at 320 Storke Rd. in early August, upping its presence in the region for the new Read More →