While the housing boom has led to issues like
limited affordable housing, some see the sizzling
market as a sign of the region’s dynamism. We evaluate how we got
here and what’s on the horizon.
PODCAST: After a once-in-a-century pandemic, what happens next? The Capital Region’s economic experts weigh in.
We interviewed a local banking expert about how optimistic
national trends are being reflected in the Capital Region.
After a once-in-a-century pandemic, what happens next? The
Capital Region’s economic experts weigh in.
Downtown Sacramento has been hard hit by COVID-19, stalling its recovery from years of decay. Can it snap back?
The omicron variant of COVID-19 has hit California’s teacher workforce so hard that many schools are weighing closure and in some cases forced to dip into emergency days.
Updated COVID workplace rules went into effect Jan. 14. Several of the changes increase protections for vaccinated workers.
Legislators may work on paid leave policies, employee data protections, farmworker elections, and more. There are ballot measure proposals that could impact businesses, and business groups will raise the issue of California’s unemployment insurance fund debt.
As the pandemic shifts the landscape of investing in
the Capital Region, so too are the dynamics between tech startups
The answer is no in many parts of California: Eighteen counties, mostly rural ones, have more hospitalized COVID-19 patients today than a year ago. But urban counties are faring better.