Visitor Counter

0114134
Visit Today : 78
Visit Yesterday : 75
This Month : 1700
This Year : 10899
Total Visit : 114134
Hits Today : 226
Total Hits : 377305
Who's Online : 2
Your IP Address: 54.162.132.79
Server Time: 17-06-26
plugins by Bali Web Design
Home » 2012 » November (Page 4)

559 BIZ BLOG: Stimulating News – 10 Reasons to BE HAPPY

559 BIZ BLOG: Stimulating News – 10 Reasons to BE HAPPY

After a rough week for the market the sun came out this weekend with new reports that ought you make people more optimistic coming into the Holiday season. Let me…

Business Briefs / State & Valley

Business Briefs / State & Valley

Sales Up Statewide The State Board of Equalization collected $1.86 billion in general fund sales and use tax revenue last month, surpassing the state’s $1.74 billion budget estimate. “This is…

Tulare / Kings Retail RoundUp

Tulare / Kings Retail RoundUp

In Hanford the city council will offer sales tax incentives to Costco to locate at store on the east side of town.The council passed two resolutions this week.One resolution expands…

California’s Export Trade Continues To Slip

California’s Export Trade Continues To Slip

November 8, 2012 – LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Despite improving economic conditions here in California, worldwide fall-out from Europe’s economic straits and a decelerating pace of growth in Asia took their…

Visalia Biofuel Innovator Inks Two Deals

Visalia Biofuel Innovator Inks Two Deals

Visalia-based Edeniq has inked two deals this month that will utilize company technology to increase production of biofuel and other refined products at two California ethanol plants helping to make…

Election Could Mean Green Light For Green Projects In Central California

Election Could Mean Green Light For Green Projects In Central California

Results of the presidential election should boost the spirits of supporters of green energy and green transportation projects in Central California. Critics on the other hand are disappointed but not…

New Study to Examine Ecological Tipping Points in Hopes of Preventing Them

New Study to Examine Ecological Tipping Points in Hopes of Preventing Them

October 30, 2012 Click for downloadable imageA healthy kelp forest, photographed near San Clemente Island in California. Credit: Ron H. McPeak/UC Regents* Click for downloadable imageAn urchin barren, pictured, is…

Left Coast: How California Counties Voted For President

Left Coast: How California Counties Voted For President

If Ohio was mostly a Red State on the map -watching election returns this week, it was those northern counties that hugged Lake Erie that turned it Blue for Mr…

With Passage of Proposition 30, California State University to Roll Back Tuition

With Passage of Proposition 30, California State University to Roll Back Tuition

System avoids $250 million additional cut, but funding still down $1 billion (November 7, 2012) – The California State University will avoid a $250 million mid-year budget cut after voters’…

Milk Co-ops Plead For Relief One More Time

Milk Co-ops Plead For Relief One More Time

On election’s eve California’s strapped dairy operators are back at CDFA’s ag secretary’s front door pleading for a change in the milk pricing formula in California that might offer them…

Page 4 of 512345