It looks like a bit of stagnant news this week, but it's not. It just seems that problems in the Golden State are repeating. Ski resorts are the newest victims of the drought, with the effects being felt most by family-run resorts. The port labor dispute is starting to hurt the California citrus export business, since nothing is getting on or off the boats. And President Obama spent some time golfing and talking policy in Rancho Mirage, signing new domestic drone use policy into effect. Here's what happened this week in business news.
This week it looks like there is some good and some bad in the news. Anthem got hacked, risking millions of patients' personal information. The port dispute at Oakland is making life difficult for many small businesses. And the feds passed a bill that seeks more small business input in lawmaking. Here's what's happening this week in the world of small business.
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.