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Known as ATX-101, the facial injection for the treatment of double chins has been recommended for approval by an FDA advisory committee. After a nine-year development phase, Kythera Biopharmaceutical is on the verge of bringing to market its first drug, a facial injection for the treatment of double chins. Comment?
Alon Goren, founder of Invested.in and INVST, is a Thousand Oaks resident and recently relocated his startup operations to Westlake. With a stable stake in the crowdfunding industry, Invested.in is looking to add equity to the e-financing equation with the launch of its INVST platform. Comment?
With the 2014 election cycle headed into the home stretch, it's fairly clear that among the very few heavily contested elections there is a lot to learn about the future of politics in the region. The first lesson is that women are playing an ever-larger role. Comment?
The future of the J.D. Power and Associates headquarters in Westlake Village is up in the air and a move to consolidate two Southern California offices could be on the horizon. The big question is where the global marketing services firm and its approximately 250 Ventura County employees will land. Comment?
With Santa Barbara-based breast implant maker Sientra's Sept. 19 announcement that it plans to raise up to $86.2 million, the IPO has returned to the Tri-Counties in a big way. Comment?
The entrepreneurship program is the largest collegiate business-pitch contest in the region and is part of UCSB's Technology Management Program. The flagship event of the entrepreneurship program, the annual New Venture Competition, is a major on-campus happening. Comment?
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