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Business

Hispanic-Owned Businesses get Stronger in IE

Hispanic-Owned Businesses get Stronger in IE

The number of Hispanic-owned businesses in Riverside and San Bernardino counties grew by more than 50 percent from 2007 to 2012, according to data released Wednesday. That was a faster rate of growth compared with all other business categories, not only in the two-county region but in California and the …

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SBIA Lands Pilot School

SBIA Lands Pilot School

San Bernardino International Airport has signed a lease with a school that trains pilots to work in commercial aviation. World Wide Wings LLC in Vancouver, Wash., is expected to be up and running in September with three planes, said Mark Gibbs, the airport’s director of aviation. Terms of the lease …

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Panel Discussion Scheduled

APICS Inland Empire

APICS Inland Empire will hold a panel discussion later this month on emerging supply chain trends in the manufacturing and logistics industry. The discussion is scheduled to be held from 8-11:30 a.m. April 30 at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona. Dr. Chris Gopal of the Drucker, Center for Supply …

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Grocery Store Changes Hands

Grocery Store Changes Hands

A Filipino/Asian market in Moreno Valley is under new ownership. Manila Ranch Market, a combination market and restaurant that opened in 1996, has been bought by Virgilio De Guzman and his wife Cecille. The sale became official in March, but the couple didn’t begin operating the business until Friday, Cecille …

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Fate of Golf Course to be Decided

Fate of Golf Course to be Decided

Rancho Cucamonga’s Planning Commission is scheduled to get its first look Wednesday at a proposal to remove Empire Lakes Golf Course and replace it with mixed-use development. Lewis Group of Cos. in Upland is buying the facility and will close it May 31, said Randall Lewis, the company’s executive vice …

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