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California finishes last on U-Haul’s 2020 migration growth ranking

California finishes last on U-Haul’s 2020 migration growth ranking

The Center Square California came in 50th on a new ranking measuring migration growth among the states based on one-way U-Haul truck traffic leaving or entering their borders last year. California displaced Illinois as the state with the biggest net loss of U-Haul trucks in 2020, the moving company reported. And California was ranked 49th in U-Haul’s […]

Joe Biden Reportedly Will Keep Trump’s Sanctions On Chinese Tech Threats

Joe Biden Reportedly Will Keep Trump’s Sanctions On Chinese Tech Threats

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR President Joe Biden will reportedly keep a rule proposed by the previous administration that would allow government officials to stop some Chinese technology transactions, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. Biden will allow the Commerce Department to impose the rule even as his administration continues its broad review of former President Donald Trump’s outstanding executive orders related to China, people […]

Is Your Company Secure On The Cloud? 5 Must-Knows To Manage Risks

Is Your Company Secure On The Cloud? 5 Must-Knows To Manage Risks

Cybersecurity breaches have become all too common, putting public health, individuals’ private information, and companies in jeopardy. With cloud computing prevalent in business as a way to store and share data, workloads and software, a greater amount of sensitive material is potentially at risk. Therefore, company leaders need to prioritize cloud security and know how to manage the risks, says […]

17 GOP governors call on Biden to rescind executive order halting new oil and gas leases on federal land

17 GOP governors call on Biden to rescind executive order halting new oil and gas leases on federal land

By Derek Draplin | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A group of Republican governors sent a letter to President Joe Biden on Monday asking him to rescind an executive order that halts new leases for oil and gas development on federal land, arguing that it will have a negative impact on their economies and […]

Workforce Development Board of Ventura County Seeks Public Comments On Regional And Local Workforce Plans

Workforce Development Board of Ventura County Seeks Public Comments On Regional And Local Workforce Plans

Ventura, Calif.—The Workforce Development Board of Ventura County (WDB) has released its 2021-2024 regional and local plans for workforce and economic development in the county. The plans are available for public review and comments. WDB serves as a facilitator between public and private sectors, creating partnerships that will strengthen the Ventura County economy and match […]

Report highlights harms of California’s AB5

Report highlights harms of California’s AB5

By Robert Davis | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A new report released this week details how renewed calls for regulating the gig economy hinders innovation and restricts people’s ability to become entrepreneurs and provide for their families. “The Small Business Gig” is the fourth paper in the Pacific Research Institute’s (PRI) Breaking Down Barriers to […]

List of companies leaving California grows, citing high tax burden, cost of living

List of companies leaving California grows, citing high tax burden, cost of living

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Leaders of corporations have been leaving California for years, relocating their headquarters, or their entire operations, out of state, citing high cost of living and one of the highest tax burdens in the country as their reason, the California Policy Center notes in its updated California […]

California can enforce net neutrality law, judge rules in loss for ISPs

California can enforce net neutrality law, judge rules in loss for ISPs

JON BRODKIN  Judge denies injunction, letting Calif. enforce law while ISPs’ suit continues. California can start enforcing the net neutrality law it enacted over two years ago, a federal judge ruled yesterday in a loss for Internet service providers. Broadband-industry lobby groups’ motion for a preliminary injunction was denied by Judge John Mendez of US […]

Disneyland Unveils Special Park Event in March

Disneyland Unveils Special Park Event in March

BY CITY NEWS SERVICE ANAHEIM—Disneyland officials released details Feb. 24 of a mini opening of the theme park in Anaheim next month in a limited-capacity ticketed event called A Touch of Disney. The theme park, which has been shut down for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will reopen partially on March 18 through April 5 for the […]

‘My Income Has Dropped To Zero’: About 45% Of Small Businesses Risk Closure Within Months

‘My Income Has Dropped To Zero’: About 45% Of Small Businesses Risk Closure Within Months

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR At least 13.9 million of the nation’s small businesses are at serious risk of shuttering their doors by April 1, a recent industry report found. Forty-four percent of the country’s 31.7 million small businesses are at risk of closing by the end of the first quarter, according to small business group Alignable. Small businesses […]

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