Business & Real Estate

January 24, 2016 4:01 PM

Bumping up minimum wage helps workers, costs businesses and customers

With many low-wage workers and thin profit margins, some restaurants pass on cost of state’s new $10 minimum wage to customers

Sacramento’s ordinance will raise the minimum hourly wage to $12.50 by 2020

Living-wage advocates are pushing for a $15-an-hour minimum

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