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Sonoma County's two largest population centers have big plans moving forward to tackle the tricky business of keeping the local economy humming amid ultralow unemployment and scant options to house enterprises and their employees.
California and federal agriculture agencies responsible for the California Grape Crush Report says the release of the key annual benchmark for wine industry contracts in the North Coast and beyond will be delayed for two months post-shutdown.
Video game maker Activision Blizzard, which has a Marin County development studio, is laying off nearly 8 percent of its workforce as the company braces for a steep downturn in revenue following the best year in its history.
Facing a mid-year deadline for local action on marijuana cultivation, a group of Napa Valley advocates and businesses prepares a ballot measure while seeking a Board of Supervisors green light. Nearly two-thirds of voters are said to back it.
The Mendocino County-based company touted the investment as the largest private funding round in history for a privately owned cannabis company in the United States.
California's emerging legal marijuana industry is increasingly using conventional financial institutions to conduct business. But here's what several operations told us about the "onerous vetting process and the expense" they're facing to do so.