• The Press-Enterprise
    Riverside County’s animal services director is out after 18 months on the job. Julie Bank “is no longer employed” by the county, spokeswoman Brooke Federico said via email Thursday evening, Oct. 21. Asked to explain,
  • The Press-Enterprise
    The supply of existing homes for sale in the Inland Empire has fallen the most among 50 major U.S. markets tracked by Zillow. Homeowners across the region, and the nation, have largely refused to put their homes on the market in the pandemic era,
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Editor’s note: This story has been evolving and we will update as the situation changes. For the latest news, visit our casinos section. As concerns have continued to grow and restrictions have continued to increase amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, many of Southern California’s casinos on tribal land have made adjustments to ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    The complex is on an undeveloped lot at the northeast corner of Winchester and Thompson roads. It’s being developed by Southgate, Texas-based United Development Co. and Halferty Development, a Pasadena company, with funding from Romspen, a Canadian lender. Lee & Associates’ Riverside office is handling the leasing. The Bourns College of ...
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    The first phase of the trade deal between the U.S. and China brightened the outlooks for California and U.S. factory executives, but the dangerous virus in the Far East could pull the plug on that optimism. The coronavirus outbreak in China has sparked ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    It was a good year for builders as U.S. sales of newly built homes in 2019 climbed 10.3% to 681,000, the highest total in 12 years. The Commerce Department reported the best year for homebuilders since 2007 when 776,
  • The Press-Enterprise
    For California employers, 2020 brings sweeping changes to equalize the workplace. This playbook of new employment laws — aimed at shrinking the state’s mounting pay disparities, giving employees more power in the workplace and extending protections against racial discrimination — went into effect Jan. 1. Businesses should move swiftly to ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    The holidays are over, and so are most of the frenzied sales at stores and shopping centers large and small. But for the warehouses that kept store shelves stocked, the busy season is nowhere near finished. Peek inside those vast concrete walls, and it still looks a lot like Christmas as returns stack up on warehouse racks. It’s estimated ...
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    Looking back at the year, one recurring theme emerges with corporate clients and their recordkeeping. In particular, the issue is with their Minute Books — those pretty notebooks you obtained when the corporation was formed that should contain the corporation’s articles, bylaws, minutes and stock certificates, among other things. In ...