Boy, it seems a bunch of helpful information has hit the news wire this week. First, a study shows that despite many laws that are unfriendly to business, California is still a destination for most companies. We also get to take a look a helpful and harmful bills in the California Legislator proposal process. And it looks like the drought has many of California's farmers in survival mode. Here's what's going on this week in small business.
Silicon Valley may be headed for a burst bubble, Governor Jerry Brown seeks a long-lasting policy legacy, and California businesses show no signs of pay raises in the next few years. Here's what's going on in business news.
In the news this week, we've got some varied topics. California Governor Jerry Brown faces a bill that would drive state contracting power to the unions and leave out non-union small business owners. Companies around the nations have been getting creative in their methods of dealing with the ACA fallout. And today, Facebook rolls out it's new net-wide advertising platform. Here's what's going on this week in business.
If you're in California, there's a lot shaking up the business climate. The harshest drought in California history is causing farms to struggle, digital currency becomes a new payment method, and the low-carbon rule survives major legal hurdles. Read on to find out more.
In this week's edition of Small Business News, California lets Tesla Motors know that it really wants their battery factory built here, it lets small businesses know that it wants them to expand, and some interesting numbers about small business and the internet are shared. Have a read!
This week in California business news, Southern California gets a huge manufacturing grant, Sriracha is allowed to stay in Irwindale, and the Air Resources Board announced it's AB 32 updates. Have a gander.