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Is the commercial real estate market cooling down in the Central Valley?

Is the commercial real estate market cooling down in the Central Valley?

By KENT HOHLFELD Business Journal Writer [email protected] A new report by the University of California Los Angeles Anderson School of Management indicates that investors are cooling on the sunshine state’s…

Valley farmers try out new radio network

By KENT HOHLFELD Central Valley Business Journal Writer STOCKTON — More than 50 years ago, a small company in Eugene, Oregon began offering loggers and farmers a way to keep…

Rain brings questions for almond crop

Rain brings questions for almond crop

MODESTO — First, area almond farmers were plagued by water shortages and drought. Now more water than anyone has seen in decades threatens to hamper the 2017 crop. “I think…

Commercial real estate insiders say the market’s got its groove back

Commercial real estate insiders say the market’s got its groove back

STOCKTON — Like much of the rest of the economy, the commercial real estate market has been slow to rebound from the Great Recession. However, the market appeared to find…

Construction costs hamper housing starts

Construction costs hamper housing starts

STOCKTON — Those hoping to ring in the new year with a search for a new house should bring a lot patience and cash. If the buyer is hoping to…

How to share your business’s financial data with your workers

How to share your business’s financial data with your workers

A recent study by the human resources consulting firm, Robert Half International, found that companies are becoming less tight-lipped about their finances, at least with their own staff. Just four…

Lodi wine, beer center slated for 2017

Lodi wine, beer center slated for 2017

LODI — A long dormant former auto dealership is slated to get a new life early next year if all goes according to plan. The former Plummer Automall, which sold…

New platform could help Valley exporters

New platform could help Valley exporters

SACRAMENTO — A new e-commerce platform is available to help area businesses increase overseas sales. A free banquet discussing the Jumore platform will take place at 10 a.m., Dec. 8…

Trucker training standards to face changes

Trucker training standards to face changes

Update: Nov. 21, 2016: The rulemaking process for the proposed new federal minimum standards for truck driving schools has been extended. The new rules are now expected to be published to…

New law encourages more transparency about ADA inspections

New law encourages more transparency about ADA inspections

STOCKTON — Renters of commercial real estate will have added protections, and owners will have more responsibilities, under a law that will take effect in January. The new law, AB…

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