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Large spaces finally seeing action again in Ventura County market

By   /  Friday, August 26th, 2011  /  Columns, Real Estate  /  Comments Off on Large spaces finally seeing action again in Ventura County market

Ventura County’s industrial space market is in flux.

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Editorial: Political leaders get on board with business

By   /  Friday, July 29th, 2011  /  Editorials, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Editorial: Political leaders get on board with business

A new form of political partnership is emerging that bodes well for the future of business in the region.

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Farmers fight for fumigant

By   /  Friday, July 8th, 2011  /  Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Farmers fight for fumigant

The Tri-Counties are poised to be the front lines in the fight over a controversial soil fumigant.

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$22M verdict tossed

By   /  Friday, July 1st, 2011  /  Law, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on $22M verdict tossed

The state Supreme Court has overturned a personal injury verdict in a ruling that will affect any California business that hires drivers.

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Trade lenders eye Ventura County Business Bank

By   /  Friday, June 24th, 2011  /  Banking & Finance, Banking Industry, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Trade lenders eye Ventura County Business Bank

A Chinese-American bank focused on trade finance is acquiring Ventura County Business Bank.

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Seeing red: Raspberries move up on crop list

By   /  Friday, June 17th, 2011  /  Features, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Seeing red: Raspberries move up on crop list

Ventura County farmers have been planting raspberries in dramatically rising numbers.

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CoLAB sues over land rules

By   /  Friday, June 17th, 2011  /  Law, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on CoLAB sues over land rules

A Ventura County agribusiness advocacy group is suing the county over a list of wildlife guidelines it says would add so much time and money to routine projects such as barn building that it would force fertile land out of production. The Ventura County Coalition of Labor, Agriculture and Business, or CoLAB for short, filed Read More →

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