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Banks lead region’s stocks at midyear

By   /  Friday, June 1st, 2012  /  Banking & Finance, Top Stories, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Banks lead region’s stocks at midyear

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QAD profits skyrocket

By   /  Thursday, March 8th, 2012  /  Latest news  /  Comments Off on QAD profits skyrocket

Two years after making deep staff cuts to combat the global manufacturing collapse, Santa Barbara-based QAD profits rebounded 300 percent to $10.7 million in fiscal 2012, the company said March 8. QAD makes software that manufacturing firms use to track materials, labor and other costs. The company counts Hewlett-Packard and other Fortune 500 firms as Read More →

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Semtech, QAD earnings increase

By   /  Thursday, August 25th, 2011  /  Banking & Finance, Earnings, Latest news, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Semtech, QAD earnings increase

Semtech earns $27.1M, amps up repurchase program Semtech Corp. said Aug. 25 that it earned $27.1 million in second-quarter profits and that it would expand its stock repurchase plan by $36 million. The board of the Camarillo-based semiconductor firm had previously authorized $14 million as part of the plan to buy back stock. Semtech saw Read More →

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Lopker tells her story at CSUCI

By   /  Friday, October 8th, 2010  /  Women Inc.  /  Comments Off on Lopker tells her story at CSUCI

Today, Pamela Lopker is the founder, president and chairman of the board of Santa Barbara-based QAD, a $220-million-a-year manufacturing software company with 1,300 employees. But back in the in the 1970s, Lopker, the daughter of a U.S. Navy engineer, was coding software at a defense subcontractor when she realized she had brighter career prospects. “As Read More →

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