How the Federalist owners braved the recession to open their own restaurant; driverless cars usher in the potential for growth and perhaps some anxiety; and the spin sensation offers opportunity for success for Folsom entrepreneurs.
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Seven years after passage of the Affordable Care Act created a new world order in health insurance, it all may be upended. With a new administration in Washington, all or parts of Obamacare could be repealed and replaced. All the while, premium increases have continued apace:
From ‘Rock Bottom’ to Owners of Federalist Public House
Sacramento natives return home to launch businesses, including popular Midtown restaurant
The restaurant, which serves wood-fired pizzas and craft beer and has a bocce ball court, celebrated its two-year anniversary in December. Marvin, who still runs his design firm, was able to put his design talent and his love for shipping containers to work.
Driving the Economy By Taking Our Hands Off the Wheel
If you are like me, you hate being stuck in traffic. But most of us don’t have a hired driver and public transportation isn’t always convenient.
Carmakers are working on what they think is a better idea — let the car do the driving. Autonomous vehicles sound very Jetson-like. But as futuristic as it sounds, many vehicles already on our streets rely on computers.
Indoor Cycling Firm in Folsom Keeps It Fresh
Spin classes, like those offered at TrueNorth Cycle, have become all the rage
TrueNorth reflects the growing trend of studios and gyms offering stationary cycling — or spin, as the workout is also called — with dozens of these classes available throughout the Sacramento region.