Two Ventura County companies are receiving $2.7 million in tax credits that could create more than 500 potential new jobs coming to the county.
Seventy-one percent of the top 25 employers provide government jobs.
Washington’s policies hinder small-business growth and, more importantly, discourage people from taking risks.
Despite an improving economy, discontent is simmering across California this summer.
Ventura County has taken some first steps toward setting an economic vitality framework into place. A plan presented to the Board of Supervisors on Aug. 7 brings the issue of economic vitality to center stage in a county that’s experienced a very slow recovery from the Great Recession. The plan, presented by the office of Read More →
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom told hundreds of civic and business leaders in San Luis Obispo on Feb. 24 that California needs to look beyond its borders for new ideas on how to once again lead the United States in job creation. Newsom told the crowd at the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce luncheon that Read More →
It is time to let customers, not the government, select winners and losers.