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Webinar Tomorrow – Much More than a Trade War: Understanding National Security, the Economy, and Trade Policy

Webinar Tomorrow – Much More than a Trade War: Understanding National Security, the Economy, and Trade Policy

Webinar Registration Topic Much More than a Trade War: Understanding National Security, the Economy, and Trade Policy   Description 1:00pm-2:00pm Eastern on Wednesday, 14 October 2020 Featuring: Christopher Holton, Director of State Legislative Outreach, Center for Security Policy Kevin Freeman, Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy, Host of Economic War Room with Kevin Freeman on Blaze TV […]

A Decade of Excellence Port Wins 10th Consecutive Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting

A Decade of Excellence Port Wins 10th Consecutive Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting

PORT HUENEME, October 13, 2020 – For the tenth consecutive year, the Oxnard Harbor District, which owns the Port of Hueneme, is being recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA). The award highlights the Port’s FY2019 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) which was strenuously […]

Anaheim Struggles as Disneyland Waits To Reopen

Anaheim Struggles as Disneyland Waits To Reopen

By DREW VAN VOORHIS Disneyland will likely be waiting longer to reopen its famous Anaheim theme park after California Gov. Gavin Newsom said that he feels “there’s no hurry putting out guidelines” to reopen. In an Oct. 7 press conference, Newsom admitted there were “disagreements in terms of opening a major theme park,” adding, “We’re going to let […]

Apple, Facebook, Google Might Be Put On European Union’s ‘Hit List’ Over Monopoly Power

Apple, Facebook, Google Might Be Put On European Union’s ‘Hit List’ Over Monopoly Power

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR European Union regulators are reportedly compiling a list of Big Tech companies including Apple, Facebook and Google, which will be hit with regulations designed to reduce their power, according to The Financial Times. Companies placed on the European Union’s (EU) so-called “hit list” would face tougher regulation than their smaller counterparts, forcing them […]

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Announces 2020 Chair and 2022 Chair-Elect

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Announces 2020 Chair and 2022 Chair-Elect

  Announcement: The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Elects Alice Rodriguez as Chair and Nelson Reyneri Jr. as Chair-Elect The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is proud to announce Alice Rodriguez (pictured right) as our Chairwoman of the Board for a two-year term. Alice is a business executive with JPMorgan Chase & […]

Mandated Harassment Prevention Training Available Online As January 1 Compliance Deadline Nears

Mandated Harassment Prevention Training Available Online As January 1 Compliance Deadline Nears

Businesses have until January 1, 2021 to comply with a California law requiring that companies with five or more employees provide two hours of supervisory training and one hour of staff training every two years on harassment, discrimination, bullying and retaliation. With the deadline approaching and many employees still working remotely, in-person training is not […]

City Successfully Negotiates New Amazon Fulfillment Center to Bring More Than 1,500 New Jobs with Benefits to Oxnard

City Successfully Negotiates New Amazon Fulfillment Center to Bring More Than 1,500 New Jobs with Benefits to Oxnard

OXNARD, Calif. – The City of Oxnard today announced a partnership with Amazon, the global internet retailer, to open a new fulfillment center at the Sakioka Farms Business Park in Oxnard. Located just off the 101 freeway between Rice Avenue and Del Norte Boulevard, the Amazon project will bring more than 1,500 jobs with benefits […]

California Governor Gavin Newsom Says Disneyland, Other Parks Not Opening Soon As He Reveals Disagreement With Disney Chief Bob Iger

California Governor Gavin Newsom Says Disneyland, Other Parks Not Opening Soon As He Reveals Disagreement With Disney Chief Bob Iger

By Tom Tapp “We don’t anticipate in the immediate term any of these larger parks opening until we see more stability in terms of the data.” Those were the long-awaited words of California Governor Gavin Newsom on the fate of the state’s still-closed amusement parks. “We feel there’s no hurry to put out guidelines and we continue to work with […]

Judicial Watch Sues California to Prevent Enforcement of Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Preference and Transgender Status Quotas for Corporate Boards of Directors

Judicial Watch Sues California to Prevent Enforcement of Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Preference and Transgender Status Quotas for Corporate Boards of Directors

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of the State of California County of Los Angeles on behalf of three California taxpayers to prevent California from enforcing Assembly Bill 979 (AB 979), which Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law September 30, 2020. The bill requires that boards of directors of […]

Businesses Reopening in Ventura County

Businesses Reopening in Ventura County

The Governor’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy describes the process for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. Ventura County was recently in the Purple Tier, which meant many businesses activities remained closed or were limited to operating outdoors. Our County has just moved into the Red […]