Monday , January 18 2021

Business

Mall lands two new tenants

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The Moreno Valley Mall will welcome two new tenants by the end of the year. Crunch Fitness Health Club will occupy 20,000 square feet near Sears on the mall’s first level, according to a release. Image, a fashion retailer for young adults will expand and open a 10,000-square-foot store on …

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Mobile grocery store to offer discounts

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An Inland non-profit agency has launched a mobile grocery store to offer healthy food to low-income residents in rural areas. The Family Service Association started its “Mobile Fresh” pilot program last week at its Moreno Valley headquarters, the first of 10 stops the store is scheduled to make through December, according …

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Press-Enterprise sale nears completion

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The sale of The Press-Enterprise to Freedom Communications is expected to become final next week. Freedom Communications will buy The Press-Enterprise and most of its operations for $27.25 million in cash from A.H. Belo Corp. in Dallas, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. The sale was originally expected …

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Toyota starts expansion, opens dealership

Wednesday was a big day for Toyota in the Inland Empire. First, Toyota of San Bernardino took a wrecking ball to one of the buildings across the street from it at the San Bernardino Auto Center on Showcase Drive North, the former Shaver Chrysler dealership. That space, which will take …

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Corona business won’t hold union vote

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A company that makes video translation/interpretation services for people who are hard of hearing will not have to hold a second union election at its Corona facility. The second election was suspended after a federal judge ruled that Purple Communications was not in serious violation of labor laws, according to …

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Amazon to open another local fulfillment center

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Amazon announced Tuesday that it will open a second Inland Empire fulfillment center, this time in Moreno Valley. The online retailer, which held the grand opening of its San Bernardino facility Tuesday, hopes to create 1,000 jobs with the new facility, which will cover 1.2 million square feet, according to …

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