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The National Defense Authorization Act signed into law Aug. 13 included funding for two programs housed on the Central Coast, alongside pay increases for military... [Read More]
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Santa Barbara speaker maker Sonos successfully launched its IPO on Aug. 2 and, after an initial jump in price, the shares were solidly above the... [Read More]
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Potential future uses for 12,000 acres of vacant land, plus offices, warehouses and a marina at the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant site will be... [Read More]
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Agriculture in the Tri-Counties grew 3.7 percent in 2017 to gross more than $4.6 billion, reports show, despite thousands of acres of farmland that were... [Read More]
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California Lutheran University, an increasingly important economic engine nestled in Thousand Oaks, has been on a growth trajectory for the past decade, with revenues increasing,... [Read More]
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Since his appointment as head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for Region 9 in May, former Santa Barbara County Supervisor Mike Stoker said he's... [Read More]
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Tuition at University of California campuses will decrease $60 a year beginning in the fall semester for all students, regardless of class and residency. [Read More]
Montecito Bank & Trust opened two new branches in retirement communities this year and a temporary branch in the Mesa Shopping Center. A permanent location... [Read More]
It took just six months for the Thomas fire to lose its No. 1 ranking. [Read More]
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Santa Barbara Airport, by far the region's busiest facility, is about to embark on a new era, relying more heavily on low-cost airlines to boost... [Read More]
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Earnings at Ventura advertising platform The Trade Desk continued to climb Aug. 9 when the company reported $19.3 million in net income for the second... [Read More]
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Revenue at Goleta-based filter designer Resonant stumbled slightly in the second quarter and net losses widened to $6 million, the company reported Aug. 9. [Read More]
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Research and development expenses more than doubled at Westlake Village-based Sienna Biopharmaceuticals during a "busy" second quarter, the company reported Aug. 9. [Read More]
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Stellar Biotechnologies reported earnings of $70,000 for its second quarter ended June 30 and narrowed its net losses 5 percent to $1.16 million. [Read More]
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Net income for Simi Valley-based Qualstar increased sharply in the second quarter, and the company reported a 42 percent increase in revenue to $3.2 million... [Read More]
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Salem Media Group, a Christian media outlet headquartered in Camarillo, had a net loss of $2.2 million, or 8 cents per share, in the second... [Read More]
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Montecito Bank & Trust appointed George Leis and Christine Garvey and to its board of directors. [Read More]
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Net income for Westlake Village-based LTC Properties rose 63 percent to $68.7 million, or $1.73 per diluted share, in its second quarter ended June 30.... [Read More]
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Sientra reported that its net sales more than doubled for the second quarter to $17.6 million, primarily from a 47 percent boost in its miraDry... [Read More]
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Inogen shares popped 5.5 percent in after-hours trading to $225 after it once again reported record revenue in its second quarter ended June 30 and... [Read More]
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