Archive for July 2020
Environmental review for UC Davis’ 150-acre Sacramento campus moves forward
The University of California Davis’ plans for Aggie Square, a planned tech campus in Sacramento, continue to pick up momentum.
Breed unveils budget with no layoffs, new investments — but major caveats
The budget proposal for the next two fiscal years is balanced on a number of assumptions that could fail to pan out.
New developer 29th Street Capital lays out details of Township Nine project
The developer taking over Township Nine has revealed new details about the project.
Pet Food Express apparently expanding to El Dorado Hills
It appears another business is lined up to fill new retail space planned at a center in El Dorado Hills.
Fast-growing teledentistry startup aims to flip SmileDirectClub’s business upside down
Founders at OrthoFX hope to set their company apart within an increasingly crowded teledentistry market, by offering high-touch care with the latest technology.
Presidio seeking outside operator for hospitality venues for first time
A Presidio official called it a “once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity.” Click through to our gallery of the newly available spaces.
Another Voice: The Proposition 65 headache
California state regulators have set their sights on one of the most common over-the-counter pain medications — a drug that has been available in the United States without a prescription since 1955.
Jamba Juice founder Kirk Perron dies at 56
The entrepreneur built his mom, who provided $30,000 in startup capital, a $2.4 million house from the money earned selling Peach Pleasure and other smoothies.
Why Forge Global CEO Kelly Rodriques is fearless in business and play
The San Francisco CEO talks about acquiring one his company’s largest rivals, what it takes to succeed in the Covid-19 environment and how his leadership has shifted along with the transition to remote work.
United Airlines plans to resume service on more than 25 international flights in September
The Chicago-based carrier (Nasdaq: UAL) said it plans to fly 37% of its overall schedule in September as compared to the same period last year.