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USC: Pandemic Could Cost U.S. Nearly $5 Trillion in GDP Over Two Years

USC: Pandemic Could Cost U.S. Nearly $5 Trillion in GDP Over Two Years

BY CITY NEWS SERVICE LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The COVID-19 pandemic could result in net losses from $3.2 trillion up to $4.8 trillion in gross domestic product (GDP) over the course of two years, according to a University of Southern California (USC) study released Nov. 30. USC economists project that a best-case scenario for the United States hinges […]

Ventura Holiday Gifts and Specials – Shop Local!

Ventura Holiday Gifts and Specials – Shop Local!

  At the Ventura Visitors Center we specialize in unique Holiday gifts and Big Holiday Cheer. This year we’re doubling up on the Cheer with 20% off weekly promotions — underway now, so hustle in to the Visitors Center or purchase through our online store —  a FREE canvas tote with every $25 in store purchase through 12/31/20 […]

Disney To Lay Off 32,000 Workers As Coronavirus Devastates Theme Parks

Disney To Lay Off 32,000 Workers As Coronavirus Devastates Theme Parks

ANDREW TRUNSKY CONTRIBUTOR Disney is preparing to lay off 32,000 employees as the coronavirus pandemic continues to keep visitors away from theme parks. Most of those layoffs would come from Disney’s parks, experiences and products division, according to a report Disney filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday. The company announced in September that it would lay off 28,000 […]

Free Spencer Makenzie’s Gift Card

Free Spencer Makenzie’s Gift Card

Pre-Black Friday Special for our VIP Members $40 Savings for our VIP MEMBERS  Be one of the first VIP Members to purchase a limited amount of Spencer Makenzie’s Holiday Gift Cards. Buy Online Now Must enter promo code “VIP2020SM” Buy 4, $25 Spencer Makenzie’s Gift Cards for only $60. Quantities are limited – When they’re […]

These Mega Corporations Pay Their Employees So Little They Need To Rely On Government Handouts, Report Finds

These Mega Corporations Pay Their Employees So Little They Need To Rely On Government Handouts, Report Finds

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR Several U.S. corporations including McDonald’s, Walmart and Amazon benefit from government programs since they pay employees such low wages, a report commissioned by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders found. Roughly 70% of both Medicaid and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients who earned wages worked full time, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released […]

SB826 Board Gender Diversity Law Focus of Sacramento 2020 Women on Boards Event on Dec. 2 nd

SB826 Board Gender Diversity Law Focus of Sacramento 2020 Women on Boards Event on Dec. 2 nd

Panel Spotlights Key Leaders of Seven-year Campaign to Pass Historic Law Sacramento, CA (November 17, 2020) — On Wednesday, December 2nd, from Noon to 2 pm in Sacramento, 2020 Women on Boards will present a panel of private and public sector leaders who played key roles in the passage of SB 826, the historic California […]

Economic Development Collaborative Assists CA Manufacturers Impacted by COVID-19

Economic Development Collaborative Assists CA Manufacturers Impacted by COVID-19

The Economic Development Collaborative will work with CMTC’s California’s Manufacturing Network to assist California manufacturers survive, recover, and thrive throughout the ongoing pandemic and beyond. CAMARILLO, Calif. – The Economic Development Collaborative (EDC) is pleased to announce a partnership with CMTC’s California’s Manufacturing Network to provide direct support to manufacturers negatively impacted by COVID-19.  With […]

Three Attorneys Join Employment Law Firm LightGabler

Three Attorneys Join Employment Law Firm LightGabler

Camarillo, Calif.–Camarillo-based employment law firm LightGabler has added three attorneys. Susannah J. Galiano counsels employers on employment-related issues as well as represents employers in litigation matters. Galiano also conducts group training for employers on various aspects of employment and labor law. She received her Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law. She is licensed […]

Two Costly New Laws to Open the New Year for Small Businesses

Two Costly New Laws to Open the New Year for Small Businesses

Two Costly New Laws to Open the New Year for Small Businesses Podcast: Another already in effect will add to more regulatory compliance headaches SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 17, 2020—The state’s leading small-business association today publicly shared a part of its educational campaign to forewarn its members and other Main Street entrepreneurs about two new laws […]

Businesses Question California’s Shut Down Tactics in Solving Recent COVID-19 Surge

Businesses Question California’s Shut Down Tactics in Solving Recent COVID-19 Surge

by Matthew Kang @mattatouille  Business leaders and policy experts are now openly questioning California’s shut down policies and whether they are effective in stopping the spread of COVID-19, reports the Associated Press [via KTLA]. California has had a tiered system that allows certain counties to reopen businesses such as gyms, movie theaters, hair salons, and restaurants, depending on positivity rates, […]

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