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Crew East Bay, the Local Chapter of Crew Network,
The technology company that provides video sign-language relay services has told state employment officials it is laying off 42 positions in Rocklin permanently.
The San Francisco company, which this summer added a handful of Genentech alumni, including former CEO Ian Clark, started a clinical trial in August for its experimental metastatic breast cancer drug.
This week in Sacramento business bankruptcies includes Gregory G. Smith MD PC, Foundation for Pool & Spa Industry Education and more. For the year, Sacramento has recorded 50 business bankruptcy filings.
With its second purchase this month of a Sacramento region apartment property, 29th Street Capital continues to expand its local footprint.
Intel hopes to augment its AI business with a new startup purchase, and the week closes out with almost $200 million in funding raised by 16 startups.
San Mateo-based Ipsy buys a cross-country rival to form what could be a billion-dollar beauty subscription service.
A year ago, the company had a layoff of 128 people from its location near Lincoln Regional Airport.
The South San Francisco center puts the company within a short walk of dozens of biotech companies looking to develop new drugs while controlling their costs by using contractors.