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published on April 5, 2016 - 9:21 AM

After declining in February, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index roared back in March, the 28th consecutive month the

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published on April 4, 2016 - 9:36 PM

Among the key challenges still being addressed is building proper financial channels to help support new businesses as they grow.

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published on - 9:33 PM

(AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law Monday giving California the nation’s highest statewide minimum wage of

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published on - 8:29 PM

(AP) — Drone delivery might be years away in the U.S., but it’s becoming a reality in Rwanda this summer.

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published on - 8:25 PM

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is celebrating National Safe Digging Month in April, releasing a list of the cities with

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published on - 8:22 PM

(AP) — Lawyers say there’s a growing list of people who want to join a proposed class-action lawsuit that claims

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published on - 8:02 PM

(AP) — Taking a page from Donald Trump’s playbook, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich is trying to do for the chipmaker

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published on - 7:59 PM

Larry Ramirez, 52, of Tulare was sentenced to four months in prison last week for stealing benefits paid by the

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published on - 7:57 PM

The Sierra Health Foundation: Center for Health Program Management has awarded more than $1 million to 58 organizations dedicated to

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published on - 7:53 PM

(AP) — The Latest on the California Supreme Court’s attempt to clarify the state’s rules for determining when employers must

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