Los Altos chiropractor and patient launch line of CBD products

Los Altos chiropractor Gregory Dabb’s passion for his patients and practice at Better Life Chiropractic Center left him believing he had found his true calling.

And then he met Cory Schwaderer.

Woman-led construction company revisits its roots


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Iris Harrell founded Harrell Remodeling Inc. and built it from the ground up. When she retired in 2014, she handed the reins to Ciro Giammona. Now, Giammona has retired and is leaving the company in the hands of Lisa Sten, who joined the business in 2000.

On the move: Fit Theory owner celebrates third anniversary


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Candy Smolik has worked in the fitness industry for 15 years and helps clients one-on-one at Fit Theory, her personal training studio in Mountain View.

Local resident turns curvy career into podcast

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Los Altos resident Beth Davies, right, interviews Michael Forrest for an episode of her “Career Curves” podcast.

Los Altos resident Beth Davies has had a curvy career, starting out as a lawyer and transitioning into human resources for companies such as Apple and Tesla before launching her own podcast, aptly titled “Career Curves.”

Lime to explore comeback in local cities pending regulations

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Lime is looking to return to the Mountain View-area market. The Bay Area electric bike and scooter rental startup pulled out of several cities across the area last summer.

Lime, the Bay Area electric bike and scooter rental startup, has reduced the number of cities it serves in an effort to prioritize profitability, but the company is keen to return to the Mountain View-area market.

Los Altos-based RedMarlin goes ‘phishing’ for fake websites

Every second, millions of online shoppers click on too-good-to-be-true ads for such deals as deeply discounted iPhones, Tesla giveaways and free Audible subscriptions. The number of these “phishing” schemes – which lure consumers to fraudulent websites posing as legitimate ones to steal customer data – increased by 1.5 million from 2018 to 2019.


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