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Bed, Bath & Beyond to cease operations

Bed, Bath & Beyond filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday and will close all of its stores. The chain, which started in New Jersey in 1971, will close its 360 Bed Bath & Beyond stores and 120 BuyBuy Baby locations while it looks for buyers for its remaining assets, …

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Walmart to lay off 953 workers in Chino

Walmart will lay off 953 employees at its Chino fulfillment center, according to a published report. The employees at the 1.2-million-square-foot facility at 6750 Kimball Ave. will be able to apply for positions at other Walmart or Sam’s Club stores, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported April 20. Walmart officials …

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Engineering firm opens Ontario office

A statewide engineering and construction management firm has opened an Ontario office. Cordoba Corp. employs 53 people at its facility at 3105 Sedona, which it opened earlier this month, sad Debbie Kim, the company’s director of corporate communications. Founded in 1983, the Los Angeles-based company specializes in infrastructure in education …

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ONT is red-hot in March

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport got a double dose of good news in March. The airport posted double-digit growth in its passenger count not just for the month but for the first quarter of 2023, according to data released Monday. More than 501,000 air travelers passed through the airport during the third …

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Dental chain to enter High Desert market

West Coast Dental, a chain with more than 40 locations throughout California, will open its first High Desert office. The company has signed a 10-year lease to locate next to Hesperia Square, a shopping center anchored by a Vallarta supermarket and a Dollar Tree discount store, according to Progressive Real …

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SBA looks to help businesses hurt by Fairview Fire

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

The U.S. Small Business Administration is providing loans to businesses that were damaged in last year’s Fairview Fire. Acting on its own, the administration declared an emergency related to the month-long fire after California’s request for a disaster declaration was denied, according to a statement on Riverside County’s website. The …

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