Archive for October 2022
When it comes to job postings in this hiring climate, money talks in more ways than one
State and local governments are increasingly requiring pay transparency in job postings — but there's another reason for employers to get off the fence on including salary details.
Fee estimate requested for potential four-story, 122-room hotel on empty Del Paso Road land in North Natomas
Another hotel project could be in the works for North Natomas, with the city of Sacramento getting a request for estimated fees on such a project on Del Paso Road.
Largest Incubators and Accelerators in the Greater Bay Area
This List includes incubator and accelerator programs located in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma counties. Information was obtained from program representatives and SFBT research. Coworking spaces that do not provide mentoring or other business resources are excluded.
CBRE, biggest brokerage in Sacramento market, announces plans for employee cuts
CBRE Group Inc., the commercial real estate brokerage with the biggest roster of any in the Sacramento region, has announced plans for employee cutbacks in the near future.
Panattoni sells Roseville land, planned for warehouse, to Southern California group
More than 12 acres of undeveloped land recently sold in Roseville appears to be a sign of a manufacturer coming to town.
Immersive Gamebox to bring ‘Squid Games,’ Angry Birds VR play to Stonestown Galleria
Stonestown Galleria's newest tenant offers an experiential hook with its virtual-reality-esque, multiplayer games and challenges.
Stanford, Berkeley are the top founder factories in the world, PitchBook reports
The Bay Area's two best-known universities can boast of creating more undergraduate startup founders than any other school in the world.
Alameda County to auction off former Oakland Raiders headquarters and training facility
The county will accept offers for the property, which it jointly owns with the city of Oakland, through late June of next year.
Inventopia, Bekonix to host four-day NorCal Make-a-Thon in Davis
Davis makerspace Inventopia is presenting a four-day NorCal Make-a-Thon to offer its facilities and equipment to startups and makers to develop ideas into hardware or software.
The Funded: Bright Machines raised $132M in venture funding 10 months after spiking its SPAC merger plan
The manufacturing equipment startup raised the new funding in a combined equity-and-debt deal.