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Business

Walmart Supercenters Proposed for Fontana

Walmart

Walmart wants to build two of its supercenters in Fontana, one on the city’s north side, the other on the south. If approved, the north side Walmart would be developed at the southwest corner of Sierra and South Highland avenues, immediately south of the Foothill Freeway, according to a staff …

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Joe Lin of Voit Real Estate Services is happy to be head of AIR

Joseph Lin

The veteran broker says the presidency of that organization will allow him to get the message out about changes he would like to see in commercial real estate. The Taiwan native would also like to see more Asians get into the business. In January, Joseph Lin was named 2016 president …

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Aldi to Open San Bernardino Store

Aldi Coming to Inland Empire

Aldi, the discount grocery store chain that opened eight stores in the Inland Empire last month, is set to open another Inland Empire location. The store at 4020 Highland Ave. is one of 10 stores scheduled to open Thursday, according to a company statement. All other locations are in Los …

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Walmart Awards Riverside Company

WalMart Looking to Expand

A Riverside company has been recognized by Walmart for its reusable plastic containers the retailer uses in its stores. Polymer Logistics was declared an “Innovative Partner” recently by the global retailer for the containers, which have the appearance of wood grain, according to a statement released Wednesday. The containers, which …

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Restaurant Undergoes Major Overhaul

Sizzler

Moreno Valley is celebrating the grand re-opening of one of its longtime sit-down restaurants. The Sizzler at the southeast corner of Perris and Sunnymead boulevards returned for business March 24th after undergoing a major renovation that lasted four months, said Michele Patterson, the city’s economic development manager. The new and …

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State’s $15-An-Hour Minimum Wage Increase has Supporters and Critics

State’s $15-An-Hour Minimum Wage Increase has Supporters and Critics

Businesses and some economists believe the move will end up costing jobs, but its supporters say it’s a matter of fairness after years of stagnant wages for the middle class. One possible result: more efforts to replace workers with machines, wherever possible. Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign legislation …

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