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Wine Industry Business Journal — sponsored by Exchange Bank

Report: 2015 winegrape crop down 25%

After three bumper crops, the 2015 North Coast winegrape harvest was about a quarter lighter and well off the average, but grape prices rose strongly amid demand for high-priced wine, according to new state report.

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Construction

Large Clover, Scott Labs expansion breaks ground

Fast-growing Clover-Stornetta and Scott Labs will be getting much-needed growth space as Petaluma’s first large industrial project in years starts construction this week.

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Banking and Finance

Bank CFO: Global economic woes could come home

Exchange Bank’s rosy 2015 business environment may fade as global economic events exert local influence, CFO says.

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Real Estate

Large Clover, Scott Labs expansion breaks ground

Fast-growing Clover-Stornetta and Scott Labs will be getting much-needed growth space as Petaluma’s first large industrial project in years starts construction this week.

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Law

Petaluma slaughterhouse owner sentenced

Rancho Feeding co-owner Jesse 'Babe' Amaral Jr. pleaded guilty last year to taking part in a scheme to deceive meat inspectors, which led to a massive nationwide beef recall two years ago.

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Opinion

Smartt Principles: 5 tips for keeping millennial employees

Here are five tips from an experienced millennial entrepreneur and recruiter on retaining employees from this generation by winning their hearts and engaging their minds in work.

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