Web Editor, Sacramento Business Journal
Sacramento Business Journal's (@sacbiz) digital editor. Interested in business news, social media, journalism, tech news and general geekery.
bizjournals.com — California's jobless rate kept improving in April even as the state's employment growth started slowing down. The state added roughly 10,400 nonfarm payroll jobs last month according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the unemployment rate fell to 9 percent, a 1.7 percent drop since April 2012.
bizjournals.com — Jane Reynolds for Oyster.com We here at Oyster love staying on the cutting edge, be it with hotel trendstechnology . Welove taking full advantage of everything there is to experience with hotels, and there is often no better way to do that than with some handy hotel apps.
bizjournals.com — Most of us learn best by doing something, and nowhere is that more true than in the business of entrepreneurship. There's a reason many mentors say that even companies that have been in business for six months can offer helpful advice to those that have just begun; starting a company is a process and it helps to know which steps to take and when.
bizjournals.com — Staff San Francisco Business Times Apple Inc. is planning to open a new store in San Francisco's Union Square, to replace its location at Stockton and Ellis, the Chronicle reports. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) will occupy a space at Stockton and Post streets that was formerly occupied by Levi's and will be about 45 percent larger than the existing location.
bizjournals.com — We've all been told that nothing engages an audience like video. What can be better than a 15 or 30 second commercial for your product right on your website? For a small business that finds posting pictures a daunting task, creating and posting a video to a website can seem like rocket science.
arstechnica.com — In 2011, Alcatel-Lucent had American e-commerce on the ropes. The French telecom had sued eight big retailers and Intuit, saying that their e-commerce operations infringed Alcatel patents; one by one, they were folding. Kmart, QVC, Lands' End, and Intuit paid up at various stages of the litigation.
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