Elderly financial fraud takes many forms but adds up to a sizable hit against seniors: $2.6 billion in losses, according to recent estimates. That doesn’t count one San Francisco entrepreneur who sees a new way to gracefully prevent seniors and elderly parents from siphoning their bank accounts: a locked-down prepaid debit card.

Here are this week’s business events in the Sacramento region.
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The Eviva Midtown building, featuring ground floor retail and five stories of upscale apartments at the corner of 16th and N streets, broke ground Thursday. It will be made of prefabricated units manufactured at McClellan Park in a former Air Force hangar. The units arrive by truck nearly complete – right down to the toilets, floor coverings and kitchen cabinets – and are hoisted and stacked by crane.
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If the 80-acre General Mills campus is shuttered next year, as the company announced Thursday, the loss will rip a small hole in the fabric of life for Lodi.

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A SpaceX cargo ship rocketed toward the International Space Station on Sunday, carrying the first 3-D printer for astronauts in orbit.





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