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California state regulators are wary of Google's push to build its own self-driving cars.
Uber and Lyft are fighting state legislation to create new regulations for the ridesharing industry in California.
The Sacramento Music Festival says it's running low on money - another bad break for the local tourism industry.
Sacramento wants a major league soccer team and The Kings may play a leading role in making the dream a reality.
New data show more than half of Sacramento area doctors now work for the big health systems.
Small, brick-and-mortar bookstores in the Sacramento area say business is getting healthy again.
A delegation of California lawmakers, including Senate President Darrell Steinberg, is traveling through Central America this week meeting with dignitaries from the region.
Sacramento apartments are filling up, as the vacancy rate is only about 4 percent.
A new national report finds more data breaches, like those experienced by retailer Target last year, are resulting in actual identity fraud.
Country Club Plaza's new owners say they'll be revamping the ailing shopping mall.
It's time for our weekly chat about economic news with the Editor of the Sacramento Business Journal
A local chain of gyms continues to expand in the Sacramento area.
Curtis Park Village ran into some problems this week.
Sacramento's taxi industry is struggling and faces a number of challenges. Jack Robinson of the Sacramento Business Journal will have that story and others including the sale of Tony's Fine Foods and the latest on the downtown arena.
Jack Robinson joined the Sacramento Business Journal as editor in February 2011. Previously he was managing editor of the Fresno Bee and held various editing posts at the Los Angeles Times. Jack has bachelor's degrees from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (French horn performance) and UC Berkeley (statistics), as well as a master's degree in journalism from UC Berkeley.
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