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New coworking space planned in Folsom

While coworking spaces are prominent in parts of Sacramento, the movement hasn't spread as rapidly in most suburbs. That could change with the arrival of a planned business in Folsom, however.
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US Foods gets tax credit, but unsure it will develop $71.6 million distribution center at McClellan Park

Despite being awarded a scarce California Competes tax credit, the second-largest food service distributor in the country isn’t sure it will develop a $71.6 million distribution center at McClellan P…
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UC Davis plans aggressive development of Aggie Square in Sacramento

University of California Davis Chancellor Gary May is pushing for rapid development and early successes at the proposed Aggie Square research and innovation center in Sacramento.
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Who's next in line at Intel — and why succession could be difficult

Brian Krzanich has made a number of key leadership changes since taking over as Intel CEO in 2013. That could make it more difficult for the board as it seeks for his replacement.
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Krzanich's resignation keeps intrigue coming at Intel

Krzanich, who steered the company toward a new culture, was in the middle of moves that he believed would make Intel's manufacturing more nimble.
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Biz Smarts: Tech won't fix a weak foundation

Business is moving at high speed when it comes to how we use technology. If you’re not careful, it can be baffling, if not downright chaotic. You have to be strategic. You have to be nimble. You hav…
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PG&E will take a $2.5 billion charge against earnings and warns its liabilities from Wine Country wildfires could be much higher

PG&E Corp. said it will post a $2.5 billion charge in the current quarter to cover losses from the deadly wildfires that devastated the Wine Country last fall and warned its investors that liabilitie…
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Ed Goldman: Mike Testa really wants you to Visit Sacramento: Part 1 of 2

Mike Testa, president and CEO of Visit Sacramento, is recalling the mini-fracas that broke out a few months ago when the welcoming sign on a water tank as you head into Sacramento — which branded us …
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5 things to know, and a National Selfie Day challenge

Happy Thursday, loyal readers. Here's what you need to know today. But first, let me take a selfie Grab your smartphone: It's National Selfie Day, and I have a challenge for you. Send me your most…
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PHOTOS: Look inside Beast & Bounty, the first restaurant in Ice Blocks

For the Ice Blocks development’s first restaurant, dining and nightlife entrepreneur Michael Hargis wanted to get back to basics: meat and vegetables. But that’s just the first step for the concept …
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Rico's on 3rd Recognized as 40th Senate District 2018 Small Business of the Year

Sacramento, CA, June 20, 2018 – California Small Business Day 2018 was celebrated yesterday in Sacramento, honoring organizations statewide as Small Businesses of the Year. Each honoree was selected …
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Why Marrone Bio is sponsoring a cannabis-growing competition

Davis biological pest management company Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. is co-sponsoring The Grow-Off, a cannabis-growing competition in Colorado. The Grow-Off launched in 2016. It has focused on recr…
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Rancho Cordova buys 10 acres for future development

Rancho Cordova has bought 10 acres of mostly undeveloped land near a light-rail station as a future landing spot for a catalytic development proposal.
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Ed Goldman: Quibbles & Bits: Of adopted doggies and inflated numbers

The Dog Fosterer — Writer Cathryn Rakich — who writes the “Pets and Their People” column for Inside Publications, featured my cat Osborn the Magnificent and me recently, and then let me write about h…
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Waters on the House Republican FY 2019 Budget Proposal

Waters on the House Republican FY 2019 Budget Proposal The House GOP Budget Prioritizes One Constituency: the Wealthiest 1% WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43), Ranking Member of the…
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