Ethan Varian

Staff Reporter (Retail, Nonprofits)

Ethan Varian is a Staff Reporter covering the finance, retail and nonprofit sectors.

Email: evarian@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3130 Extension: 124

Recent Stories

Amgen Pledges $750,000 to Fire and Mass Shooting Victims

Amgen Inc. has pledged a half-million dollars to help victims of the ongoing wildfires in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, the Thousand Oaks biotech company announced Monday.

CEO Conveys Holiday Look In Capital

Volunteer appointment to decorate White House fulfills dream.

Print shop owner to help decorate White House.

Valley’s Olympic Park

Equestrian, shooting and water sports planned at temporary facilities in the Sepulveda Basin.

Valley economy may benefit from 2028 Olympics.

Sherwood Cares Shares Golf Proceeds in Conejo

Fundraising: Invesco QQQ Championship benefits 10 organizations.

Country club foundation shares golf proceeds.

At TicketManager, the Growth Show Goes On

TicketManager was founded in 2007 by a small team of former StubHub employees who saw that companies needed a better way to administer the event tickets they purchased to entertain clients and employees.

For Gym, Franchising Is Low-Resistance Exercise

When Larry Nolan founded Hardcore Fitness Inc. in 2007, it didn’t seem poised to become one of the Valley area’s most popular independent gyms.

Preview: Olympic Competitions Coming to Valley in 2028

Regional profile, hospitality sector to benefit from Games.

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Report: Ventura County Economy Continues Slump

The Ventura County economy continued to decline last year due to rising housing prices that are pushing families out of the area.

New Chief Appointed for Logix

Logix Federal Credit Union announced Monday that Logix Chief Operating Officer Ana Fonseca will succeed Dave Styler as president and chief executive, who is retiring after 18 years at the helm.

Voters Agree with Business Groups on Ballot Issues

Local business associations cheered voters’ decisions Tuesday on a range of ballot measures impacting the Valley area’s public infrastructure and housing shortage.

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