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Our weekly two-way with Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson includes news about Aerojet, Alzheimer's disease research and the number one selling car in California...
We saw a huge protest at the state Capitol this week over proposed Medi-Cal cuts. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson says these cuts seem to contradict what's happening with federal health care reform.
There's talk of a major facelift for the Sacramento Convention Center, and several developments are getting underway on Sacramento's troubled K street. Jack Robinson with the Sacramento Business Journal gives us an update.
Now that there's a deal to sell the Sacramento Kings to local investors the spotlight shifts to plans for a new downtown arena. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson says local business leaders are thrilled.
The Maloofs have reportedly reached an agreement with a Sacramento group to sell a 65% controlling interest in the Kings. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson says the Maloofs have proven to be shrewd businessmen.
Steve Milne checks in with Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson to get a rundown of the week's top economic stories.
The agency that oversees doctor discipline is in the hot seat. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson says it stems from a case in Rocklin where a doctor was arrested after complaints from patients who saw him for cosmetic surgery.
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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