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Layoffs could be coming to a Sacramento based dental insurance company; more drama at Sacramento's largest law firm; and a former Project Runway contestant opens a Sacramento store. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has the scoop.
California legislative committees Tuesday heard a package of bills that would raise the level of funding for public assistance programs that have been cut in recent years.
Midtown Sacramento has a new kind of bar that allows people to smoke e-cigarettes. It's among the week's top stories from Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson.
Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has details on Siemens landing a big contract this week...
A California lawmaker has introduced a bill that would require annual unannounced state inspections of all long-term care facilities. The requirement now is at least one inspection every five years.
As part of the annual “Ag Day” celebration at the state Capitol, Future Farmers of America students from around California rallied Wednesday in support agricultural education.
Under a bill now in the California legislature, drivers would be given control over the information gathered by their cars’ on-board computers.
Elk Grove is aggressively looking for employers to bring jobs to the city and has placed a newspaper ad in Houston, Texas. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has more on that story. Plus, why Fresh Market likely closed its local stores.
Unemployment in the four-county Sacramento region increased in January by almost a full percentage point. The jobless rate was 8.3 percent. That was up from 7.5 percent in December, but down from 10 percent a year ago.
Dunkin' Donuts is coming to the Sacramento area...indoor golf too possibly. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has the lowdown.
A Roseville store that sells hugs and the possibility of Whole Foods coming to midtown Sacramento - those are among the week's top business stories from Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson.
Business Journal: Tuli's Closes Other Eateries Reopen, Covered California Jobs, Elk Grove Med SchoolFriday, February 21, 2014
Tuli's Bistro in midtown Sacramento closed this week, but other recently shuttered eateries are reopening. The story tops this week's review of economic news from Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson.
Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has our weekly rundown of the region's top economic stories...
The City of Davis is looking at getting into the electricity business, the Sacramento Capitals leave for Nevada and big changes at Sacramento's largest law firm. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson gives us the lowdown...
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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