Monday , January 18 2021


IE business activity perks up

Inland Empire business activity bounced back in the third quarter, as the region recovered an estimated 54,000 jobs during that time, according to a report. Helped by a jump in consumer spending, the region’s business activity rose 16 percent, up dramatically from the 26.5 percent decline, the UC Riverside School …

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Discount retailer to open in Riverside

A popular discount retailer will open a store in Riverside. Big Lots, which operates more than 1,400 stores in 47 states, has leased 35,000 square feet at Canyon Springs Marketplace next to the 60 Freeway, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga. Progressive Real Estate represented the landlord …

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Hawaiian Airlines to fly from ONT

Hawaiian Airlines will begin flying round-trip flights between Ontario International Airport and Honolulu this spring. The flights between Ontario International and Daniel K. Inouye International Airport will happen five times a week beginning March 16 and 17, according to a statement on the airport’s website. “We’re excited to be able …

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Stater Bros. reinstates wage hike

Stater Bros. has reinstated its $2-an-hour wage increase for all of its hourly employees. The pay hike will be in place for three weeks starting with the work periods that began Sunday and Monday, according to a statement. It applies to workers in stores, distribution, transportation, corporate offices, and construction. …

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Aviation Company Reimagining Business to Adapt to Changing Economy

Businesses have faced unprecedented challenges from the coronavirus pandemic, and Threshold Aviation Group is spotlighting companies that have rapidly adapted and are even thriving in this new, vastly-altered economy. The Aviation industry is one of the industries hardest hit by the crisis.  Thanks to innovative and forward thinking by CEO …

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San Manuel makes donation to rehab hospital

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has donated $20,000 to Casa Colina Hospital’s children’s services center. The donation will help provide treatment for children and teenagers with physical and developmental disabilities, according to a statement. Usually, those treated come from families that are underinsured. “We are grateful for the …

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