Rocklin-based Sleep Train Mattress Centers has opened a Got Sleep? outlet store in Sacramentos Arden Fair mall, on the first floor near Nordstrom.
The letter was enticing: You’ve “won” a $3.9 million sweepstakes prize. To collect it, all that’s required is depositing an enclosed $3,900 check to cover so-called “processing fees.” But consumer experts say the letter - as well as pitches that arrive by phone, email or social media - are just another classic scam intended to fleece consumers of their money. A look at sweepstakes scams, as well as the Better Business Burea’s Top 10 consumer frauds for last year.
Gatsbys Diner, the Sacramento eatery known for its gourmet burgers and a grilling station right in the middle of the restaurant, closed its doors on Sunday. Gatsbys opened five years ago at 2598 Alta Arden Expressway in the Arden Arcade area.
Here are this week's business events in the Sacramento region.
The U.S. government is relinquishing its control of the Internet's address system in a shift that may raise questions about the future direction of online innovation and communications.
Despite the recent departures of some lawyers who went off to form their own boutique law firms, the newly named top managers of Sacramentos Downey Brand LLP insist that their firm is not only on solid footing, but in search of more talent to make their business a one-stop shop for clients seeking diverse expertise.
Auburn Alehouse and Mussetter Distributing, both based in Auburn, have signed an agreement for Mussetter to distribute Auburn Alehouses beers throughout the greater Sacramento area.
The community investment policies of the top 206 insurance companies are now available on the California Department of Insurance website.
CalPERS and the bankrupt city of San Bernardino, headed for a possible legal showdown over pension contributions, said this week they’ve made headway in mediation talks.
The UC Davis School of Law is No. 36 in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of law schools nationwide. That was up two spots from the previous rankings.
Year-over-year foreclosure activity default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions in California continued a prolonged trend with another robust double-digit decline in February, according to Irvine-based RealtyTrac. RealtyTrac's monthly foreclosure market report said foreclosure filings were reported on 13,053 California properties last month, down by about 27.5 percent from 18,003 in February 2013.
Starbucks will soon let customers leave tips with its mobile payment app, which raises the question — how often do people tip their baristas?
President Barack Obama launched a new effort Wednesday designed to highlight economic issues facing women.
A Swiss national has pleaded guilty to helping Americans conceal income in Switzerland and in offshore sham companies in order to skirt federal taxes, the Justice Department said Wednesday.
The Internal Revenue Service is seeking volunteers to serve on the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel, a federal advisory committee that listens to taxpayers, identifies major taxpayer concerns and makes recommendations for improving IRS services.