This last week, there was a mixed bag of job news in California well worth reporting as we continue to struggle out of the economic abyss created by the pandemic.
The CDC revised its recommendations Thursday, saying fully vaccinated people could resume most indoor and outdoor activities without a mask. But with no update from state officials, Californians are confused on what to do, especially business owners.
Three people have been arraigned in connection to tax evasion and labor law violations at Japanese restaurants in San Jose, Concord and Daly City that they owned and operated.
The San Jose Planning Commission is set to vote on new plans for an urban village around the Berryessa BART station. It could impact the historic San Jose Flea Market. Long-time vendors are concerned about their livelihoods.
Sunday morning brought in a rush of last minute shoppers at San Francisco's Flower Mart for Mother's Day flowers. The flow of the day brought shoppers and vendors a sense of normalcy.
The Biden administration is readying changes to the PPP aimed at targeting assistance to businesses that employ 20 or fewer workers and those that are minority-owned.
Much like the bands on the street, the news of lifting the regional Stay-at-home order was music to the ears of residents all over California, as the state headed into its first full weekend free of the order.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
Gift cards you received over the holidays may only have value for a limited time, as so many retailers face bankruptcy and economic uncertainty.
Restaurant workers say they don’t feel safe with the shift to indoor dining, and feel trapped because they probably can’t collect unemployment if they quit.
Representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration and Federal Emergency Management Agency talked to Mornings on 2 about what wildfire survivors need to know when applying for help. Find more information at disasterassistance.gov and disasterloan.sba.gov/ela
Childcare advocates say there can be no economic recovery without adequate child care, because parents won't be able to enter the workforce without a place for their children.
Barbershops, hair salons and malls have permission to reopen indoors in Sonoma County on Aug. 31, 2020.
Now, there are three rides a week, and some have had more than 100 riders show up. Anyone can participate, and the meet-ups are posted on Instagram.
Call it a ghost kitchen or a cloud kitchen, some successful entrepreneurs have found another way to get other entrepreneurs into the food and restaurant business at a fraction of the cost.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Business owners in one San Francisco neighborhood are thanking a mysterious benefactor who is making it possible for them to open their doors and take their business out onto the street.
Bill introduction comes as Congress, White House grapple with a fourth coronavirus aid package to help US economy.
Small businesses, many minority-owned, are bearing the costs of the destruction and struggling to survive after the crippling coronavirus shutdowns.
San Mateo's Hillsdale Shopping Center reopened Tuesday with a fraction of its stores offering limited retail opportunities.