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Partisan gridlock is hurting the economic recovery, says economist

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The U.S. economy will remain sluggish as long as the federal government continues to send mixed signals to the business community, according to a leading Southern California economist. Chris Thornberg, a founding partner with Beacon Economics LLC in Los Angeles, said neither political party is addressing the nation’s long-term economic …

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Federal shutdown barely touches Inland region

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The Inland Empire economy took only a mild hit at best during the recent 16-day shutdown of the federal government, but businesses in the two-county region might be more cautious because of the closure. There are about 20,000 federal employees in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, including roughly 6,000 that …

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Race car school to come to Auto Club Speedway

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A business that will allow people to experience the thrill of driving a race car at top speeds is coming to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Speedway officials and Exotics Racing in Las Vegas have reached a joint agreement to open an Exotics Racing driving school at the speedway, …

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Inland region to stay capital of large industrial projects

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The Inland Empire is already the king of “big-box” industrial projects, and that trend will only continue for the next 10 years or so. That was the consensus of a panel of industrial real estate experts who spoke Wednesday at a seminar on the evolution of large warehouse- distribution projects. …

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Company to bring manufacturing jobs back to Inland Empire

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Trident Case, an Ontario company that makes metal cases used to protect iPhones, iPads and other electronic devices, is moving some of its manufacturing operation from China back to the Inland Empire. Trident Case has bought a 42,000-square-foot facility at 9076 Hyssop Drive in Rancho Cucamonga and will transfer up …

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State slaps Inland DC for safety violations

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A Jurupa Valley distribution center has been fined more than $34,000 for various safety violations. The California Department of Occupational Safety and Health last week issued 12 citations against Olivet International that included blocked exits, restrooms that were not maintained and merchandise that was stacked without proper support, according to …

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