April 16, 2015
Eight North Bay businesses have been awarded tax incentives totaling $5.2 million from the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, or GO-Biz.
October 13, 2014
The Redwood Empire Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council is currently soliciting board of directors nominations. …
The historic Brannan Cottage Inn in Calistoga reopened after seven months of renovation. …
Napa County Child Support Services Department opened a temporary customer services center. …
The Child Parent Institute broke ground on a new school campus for New Directions. …
Flanagan Wines in Santa Rosa, again partnered with Community Child Care Council (4Cs) of Sonoma County to benefit low-income families in need of quality child care and preschool programs. …
The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation’s Red & White Ball netted an estimated $175,000. …
June 16, 2014
Sean Ashby is director of operations for St. Helena-based Trinchero Family Estates, overseeing 11 production and administrative campuses in Napa and San Joaquin counties.
June 9, 2014
Profiles of 26 human resources executives at top placement agencies or the North Bay’s largest employers.
November 25, 2013
Winning companies, listed in alphabetical order: Agilent Technologies, Burr Pilger Mayer, Codding Investments, EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants, Exchange Bank, Ghilotti Bros., JDSU, Kaiser Permanente, LEMO USA, Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary, Pacific Union College, Petaluma Health Center, Raydiance, Redwood Empire Schools Insurance Group, Redwood Regional Medical Group, Santa Rosa & Rohnert Park Oral Surgery, St. Joseph Health, Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation, Trinchero Family Estates & Sutter Home Winery, W. Bradley Electric and Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
July 8, 2013
Wineries in the North Bay on average saw a 5 percent cost increase on employer-sponsored health insurance last year, in tune with national averages and down from previous years, but a majority don’t have specific plans to deal with the Affordable Care Act, according to a survey by Woodruff Sawyer & Company. …
Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company named Andrew Torrance as its new president and chief executive officer. …
Fairfield-based Partnership HealthPlan of California announced that pediatrician Jeffrey Ribordy has been selected as the new regional medical director for Humboldt-Del Norte-Western Trinity counties, starting in September. …
Fireman’s Fund has partnered with R.V. Nuccio & Associates, a Southern California agency that specializes in insuring special events. …
June 17, 2013
HR professionals listed in alphabetical order by their organization’s name, drawn from the top five largest employers in Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties, as well as trade organizations and the region’s staffing companies who responded to the Business Journal.
March 11, 2013
Industrial real estate of Solano and Napa counties showed significant improvement in 2012 over 2011, as several significant leases were completed and some significant buildings sold. The overall industrial vacancy rate in Napa and Solano counties dropped for the seventh consecutive quarter at the end of 2012.
With the economy continuing to show signs of improvement, we expect continued demand and activity in 2013.
January 14, 2013
Novato-based Winery Exchange continues to expand beyond its roots as a worldwide creator of wine, beer and spirits brands with the acquisition of a portfolio of certified-organic and sulfite-undetectable wine brands, led by Our Daily Red and Orleans Hill, from Nevada County Wine Guild. …
St. Helena-based Trinchero Family Estates on Wednesday announced a strategic alliance with vintners Charles Smith of Walla Walla, Wash., and Charles Bieler of New York City to manage sales, distribution and marketing of their joint-venture brand Charles & Charles. …
Safe Harbor Wine Storage (707-252-9690, safeharborwines.com), a bulk cellaring business opened five years ago by two notable Napa Valley winemakers and two owners of Sausalito-based oak stave insert maker StaVin, has outgrown its 50,000-square-foot south Napa winery and is moving forward with plans to expand down the street. …
Because the original comment period for the proposed vineyard waiver program for rainwater runoff in the Napa River and Sonoma Creek watersheds ran through the winter holidays, the State Water Resources Control Board extended the comment deadline and rescheduled the public hearing. …
DH Wine Compliance of Windsor this month launched Wine Compliance Academy. …
After two decades as president of Lake County Winegrape Commission, Shannon Gunier left the organization this month. … To replace Ms. Gunier, the board of the Lakeport-based trade group chose Debra Sommerfield from more than 30 applicants. …
October 22, 2012
NORTH BAY — The Business Journal has selected 17 companies for our second annual Healthiest Companies Recognition Awards to be honored at the North Bay Business Journal’s 2012 Health Care Conference.
July 16, 2012
For more than six decades, the Trinchero family have been leading development of the wine industry, from attracting more consumers acquire and refine their tastes in wine to providing wine in something other than a glass bottle to reducing the impact of wine production on the environment.
June 25, 2012
Following are profiles of the top day-to-day leaders from the Business Journal’s lists of the largest independently owned wineries under 100,000 cases, published in March, and the largest wine companies, published in May.
June 22, 2012
ST. HELENA — Trinchero Family Estates has been harvesting water, energy and cost savings from a more than $2 million new process wastewater treatment system at its main St. Helena winery, where Sutter Home and other wine brands are made.
June 18, 2012
In an effort to gauge how the region’s major employers are dealing with continued economic uncertainty, the North Bay Business Journal reached out to major companies with a series of employment-related questions, in addition to identifying the top human resources professional at each organization.
The results, from tech to health care, to hospitality to manufacturing, show that many of the major players are faring better, some even thriving, but challenges nonetheless remain.
June 13, 2012
The North Bay Business Journal is proud to present the 2012 Top Manufacturers Awards to 13 North Bay companies.
“We want to recognize the contribution all North Bay manufacturers add to our local economy, through high-wage jobs, training and exports that bring critical dollars back into our economy and communities,” said Business Journal Editor and Associate Publisher Brad Bollinger. “They are terrific employers and members of the community. And they bring innovation to our region in a big way.”
December 5, 2011
The Trinchero family has been producing wine in Napa Valley since acquiring Sutter Home Winery in 1947, but they waited until just the past several years to find the right home for their luxury brand, Trinchero Napa Valley.
November 28, 2011
ST. HELENA – Trinchero Family Estates is on the leading edge among North Bay wineries when it comes to developing and implementing successful wellness strategies. The company’s health focus has been part of its culture since 2003 when they partnered with Weight Watchers for an on-site program. The program continued to expand and Tony Torres, [...]
November 14, 2011
NORTH BAY — As wellness emerges as a key business strategy in containing health care costs, questions often arise on what, exactly, the term means — what works for one company or one industry won’t necessarily work for another, and how do you define wellness to employees? More importantly, how do you get a staff to fully buy-in to the concept?
November 14, 2011
NORTH BAY — The Business Journal’s inaugural Healthiest Companies Recognition Awards will be presented to 14 companies at its Health Care Conference.
August 22, 2011
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