Protesters disrupted a board meeting of the California Housing Finance Agency on Tuesday and demanded that the agency’s Keep Your Home California program move faster to aid homeowners with $2 billion it received from the federal Hardest Hit Fund.
A judge has ordered the owner of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods to pay $2.8 million to settle allegations more than 280 of its stores in California improperly disposed of hazardous waste.
Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. of Davis has been hit with at least four shareholder lawsuits since announcing it has launched an internal investigation into its quarterly financial reporting.
Grocery Outlet, a privately held discount supermarket chain with Sacramento stores, announces it’s being acquired by new investors.
In a deal of two major regional wholesalers. Markstein Beverage Co. of Sacramento is buying the beer distribution business of Nor-Cal Beverage Co. Inc.
CalPERS said Monday it will eliminate all investments in hedge funds, unrelated pools of securities only available to top-shelf investors.
Howard Roth, a former aerospace engineer who became California’s chief state economist, was thrust into an uncomfortable spotlight when the recession tore a multibillion-dollar hole through the state’s budget. By all accounts, he handled his responsibilities with a steady hand, crafting his economic forecasts without any regard for politics.
Kuni Chevrolet Cadillac on Monday (Sept. 15) completed its move into new facilities at the corner of Fulton and El Camino avenues in Sacramento.
A free Sacramento career fair will be held Tuesday morning for job seekers
Here are this week’s business events in the Sacramento region.
Sacramento’s Epic Bible College began offering a graduate degree for the first time this semester, a master of arts in ethical leadership.