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Making workers mobile, more productive

Making workers mobile, more productive

Embracing mobility is key if you want your people to do creative work from the location of their choosing. And there are solid bottom-line reasons for doing so. New research…

Cobblestone Bakery to open new Modesto store

Cobblestone Bakery to open new Modesto store

By MELISSA HUTSELL Business Journal Writer MODESTO — Downtown Modesto will welcome Cobblestone Bakery as the newest addition, and only retail baked goods business, in the city center. The opening…

San Joaquin County Office of Education names new deputy superintendent

STOCKTON — Scott Anderson, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s chief business officer, will be the San Joaquin County Office of Education’s next deputy superintendent of business services. Anderson…

Powers promoted Adult Parole Operations director

Jerry Powers, 54, of Modesto, has been appointed director of the Division of Adult Parole Operations at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, according to Gov. Jerry Brown’s office.…

Cut-off approaches for farm equipment buy-back

Cut-off approaches for farm equipment buy-back

FRESNO — Central Valley farmers can apply to replace old equipment with more efficient equipment to improve air quality. The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has $19 million available for…

Three steps to making a safer workplace

Three steps to making a safer workplace

Mitigating the frequency and severity of workplace injuries is tough. Let’s face it, you could invest every spare dollar you have back into your safety program, but at the end…

Federal regulations: reform on the horizon?

Federal regulations: reform on the horizon?

On Feb. 24, President Trump issued an executive order, Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda, which calls for each federal agency to develop a regulatory reform task force within 90 days to…

Kaiser Permanente gives $6 million for heart studies

OAKLAND — Kaiser Permanente is giving $6 million in grants to reduce heart attacks and strokes in the most at-risk communities. The money will be used to implement Kaiser’s Preventing…

State of Downtown Modesto event set for April 14

State of Downtown Modesto event set for April 14

MODESTO — Business owners, community leaders and residents will get a chance to learn about efforts to promote downtown Modesto during the first State of Downtown Modesto event, April 14.…

Gregori football player honored for concussion project

Gregori football player honored for concussion project

By NORA HESTON TARTE Business Journal Writer MODESTO — When Gregori High School senior Dominic Barandica was a freshman, he was given an English assignment that impacted not only his…

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