Archive for December 2019
Slideshow: Revisit the Business Journal’s 2019 events
The Sacramento Business Journal held a variety of events in 2019, with opportunities for local leaders to learn, network and celebrate.
Judge hits pause on arbitration law two days before it was to go into effect
A federal judge has temporarily halted a California labor law, Assembly Bill 51, two days before it would have gone into effect.
Broadcom quietly acquired a small cyber analytics software company
The acquisition comes as the latest step in Broadcom's buildout of its security business.
Big exec payouts, lawsuits mark gene therapy company’s $3.1 billion merger deal
From Astellas' initial interest to the close of the deal took six months. But talks turned intense — and another suitor emerged — before the deal was struck Dec. 2.
NortonLifeLock layoffs hit more than 100 Bay Area employees
The company is shedding jobs and real estate after the CEO said cost-cutting is high on the agenda.
Happy hour spot coming to former K Street wine bar location
A new happy hour spot is coming to K Street, in the location of a former wine bar and tasting room.
How 19 Bay Area startups became unicorns on just their second funding round
Unicorns are becoming a dime a dozen, but some are rarer than others like the ones that reach $1 billion valuations as early as their Series B round.
Gated housing development, private ski resort near Squaw Valley move ahead
The dream of one Tahoe local, 30 years in the making, is moving forward.
5 things to know, including some Southside Park retail news
Here's what you need to know today.
These are the new rules and regulations Business Journal readers need to know for 2020
A range of far-reaching new California laws take effect this week with the arrival of the new year, many of them profoundly affecting businesses in the state.