Santa Rosa Local Business
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19 hrs ago | via PR Log
SANTA ROSA, Calif. - Aug. 24, 2016 - PRLog -- Deposition Sciences, Inc. , a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, is pleased to announce Mr. James Giacobazzi as the new president. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via Freshnews
The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons , the professional association that represents more than 9,500 oral and maxillofacial surgeons in the United States, and PBHS Inc, one of the most recognized names in OMS website marketing, announced today the creation of the MyOMS Profile service, a new, economical program that will help oral and maxillofacial surgeons boost their online profile and maximize their patient education capabilities. Comment?
Monday Aug 22 | via Pacific Business Times
Real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson acquired the University Glen apartments near CSU Channel Islands for $81 million, the company announced on Aug. 22. The Camarillo property was built in phases between 2002 and 2006 and includes 386 apartments and about 30,000 square feet of retail. University Glen houses CSUCI faculty, staff and affiliates as well as area residents. Comment?
Monday Aug 22 | via TheStreet.com
Retirees have two main concerns: preserving their money while on a fixed income and maintaining their health. SilverSneakers may just allow them to kill two birds with one stone. Comment?
Friday Aug 19 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Keysight Technologies, Inc. is an Applied Technology company that provides electronic measurement solutions to the communications and electronics industries. It provides electronic measurement instruments and systems and related software, software design tools, and related services that are used in the design, development, manufacture, installation, deployment, and operation of electronics equipment. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 17 | via TheStreet.com
Shares of Keysight Technologies were diving 9.03% to $27 in after-hours trading on Wednesday after the company posted soft revenue for the 2016 fiscal third quarter and gave a downbeat revenue forecast for the current period. After today's closing bell, the electronic measurement technology company reported revenue of $715 million, while analysts were expecting revenue of $719 million. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 17 | via Blood Horse
The Jockey Club announced the election of Barbara Banke and J. Michael O'Farrell Jr. to its board of stewards, filling the expired positions of Stella F. Thayer and Peter S. Willmott. Banke is a Thoroughbred owner and breeder and proprietor of Jackson Family Wines, based in Santa Rosa, Calif. Comment?
Sunday Aug 14 | via Automotive News
Dealer Connect links dealerships to customers' vehicles in 4 ways 1. Lets customer know when vehicle needs repair 2. Sets up service appointments by text message or email 3. Sends service and other messages by smartphone app 4. Tracks vehicles on dealership lot Source: Autonet Mobile What does a veteran auto executive do after a 30-year career in the Rust Belt? Steve Torok is working with a Silicon Valley expert in wireless systems to help franchised dealerships get a bigger slice of their customers' service business. Torok, a former senior vice president of DaimlerChrysler, is CEO of Autonet Mobile Inc. in Santa Rosa, Calif. Comment?
Monday Aug 8 | via The Press Democrat
You can thank an argument about horseradish for the Deviled Brussels Sprouts at Santa Rosa's newly-opened County Bench Kitchen + Bar . In a quiet moment between lunch and dinner service, Executive Chef Bruce Frieseke and Chef de Cuisine Ben Davies sit at an upstairs table at the restaurant explaining one of their signature dishes-crunchy sprouts with the spicy horseradish creme. Comment?
Monday Aug 8 | via Mass Transit
Aug. 07--More than 100 people took their first ride on the North Bay's new passenger rail line Saturday as a packed SMART train passed alongside Sonoma County vineyards, dairy farms and tidal wetlands before turning around south of the new Petaluma River bridge. "Choo choo," said 4-year-old Oliver Wagner, mimicking the train's horn as it departed from the Cotati station for the morning trip. Comment?
Saturday Aug 6 | via TheStreet.com
Reselling craft beer is illegal, but that doesn't stop beer geeks across the country for paying huge sums for rare vintages. Now we're not talking about beer swapping, where people across the U.S. or around the world mail each other beers from different regions with help from UPS and FedEx's forgiving alcohol policies -- or the U.S. Postal Service's lack of interest in investigating your box of "apple juice." Comment?
Thursday Aug 4 | via The Community Voice
As is often the case when I think of Asti I think of an old friend, Joe Vercelli. Joe once took me on a day-long tour of the facility that had once been a beehive of activity. Comment?
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