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Business Journal: Craft Beers, ExtraPlate, Intel

April 29, 2016

The Sacramento region's craft beer renaissance continues to thrive. Several companies are opening new breweries. Christopher Arns from the Sacramento Business Journal says beer production in the four county area has doubled in less than two years.

Business Journal: Soccer Stadium, OpenRide, Nug Run, Sport Chalet

April 22, 2016

Developers this week submitted a formal proposal for a soccer stadium in the downtown Sacramento railyard. The Sacramento Business Journal's Managing Editor for Digital News Christopher Arns has the story and more business news.

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Business Journal: Mace Ranch, Granny Flats, Gender-Based Price Discrepancies

April 15, 2016

Developers of the proposed Mace Ranch Innovation Center in Davis say the project is now indefinitely on hold. The Sacramento Business Journal's Managing Editor for Digital News Christopher Arns has that story and more business news.

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Business Journal: Former Pyramid Building, Delta Shores, Minimum Wage

April 8, 2016

In Downtown Sacramento, the former Pyramid Alehouse on K Street is coming back to life. The Sacramento Business Journal's Managing Editor for Digital News Christopher Arns tells us about it, along with details on which stores Delta Shores will have.

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Business Journal: Sears, Wong Center, Health Net

April 1, 2016

One of Downtown Sacramento's most recognizable high-rise buildings — a 12-story apartment complex at 4th and J streets with the Pagoda-style roof design — has finally been sold. Jack Robinson from the Sacramento Business Journal has the details.

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Business Journal: Parking Meters, Faber Gym, Eyelash Store

March 25, 2016 | Steve Milne

The Sacramento Business Journal's Managing Editor for Digital News Christopher Arns has reacted from downtown and midtown businesses on the city's decision to extend parking meter hours until 10 p.m.

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Business Journal: Convention Center, Housing, Natomas

March 18, 2016

The push to start overhauling the aging Sacramento Convention Center Complex appears to be picking up steam. Christopher Arns with the Sacramento Business Journal says it's because the economy is better and the new arena is nearing completion.

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Business Journal: Uber, Lyft, DO Mills Bank Bldg, Goodwill

March 11, 2016

Uber drivers and other independent contractors in California would be able to unionize under a bill in the state Legislature. Christopher Arns, the Sacramento Business Journal's managing editor for digital news, tells us how companies are reacting.

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Business Journal: Ghost Mall, John Shirey, Sienna, Tech Industy

March 4, 2016

Elk Grove's "ghost mall" could finally start coming alive soon. An Elk Grove city councilman says 40 percent of the Outlet Collection at Elk Grove has been pre-leased. The Sacramento Business Journal's Christopher Arns has details.

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Business Journal: Cafe Rolle, Marrone Bio, VSP

February 19, 2016

East Sacramento restaurant Cafe Rolle is getting some national attention. Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson tells us about it, and the rest of the region's top economic stories, including news about Rancho Cordova-based VSP.

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