- Petaluma's X2nSat merges with Southern California satcom firm
- Sonic rolls out more fiber broadband in San Francisco
- Autodesk buys construction cloud software
- North Bay students prep for automation of the workplace
- Enphase Energy to buy SunPower’s solar microinverter business
- California Supreme Court: Yelp can't be ordered to remove posts
- Solar-powered drinkable water: Petaluma's Trevi aids Hawaii research
- Women in Business: Judy James, Comcast
- BioMarin gets FDA green light for Palynziq
- 'Net neutrality' officially ends today. Here's what it means to you
Bike-totable bedrooms for the homeless. Space-age foundries for 3D-printer metals. Natural-fiber luxury textiles. They are among the edible, wearable and durable products made by this year's North Bay Business Journal honorees.
The Petaluma-based maker of microinverters and batteries for solar-energy systems reports its net loss is down 77 percent from a year before, and its seventh-generation products are shipping.
Amid concerns about the effects of warming on Wine Country, the Napa County grand jury highlights the lack of progress on finalizing the climate action plan and advocates for measuring winery emissions.