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State Adds Jobs

Temecula Adds Jobs

California’s economy added about 30,000 jobs last month, although the state’s unemployment rate remained at 5.5 percent, according to data released Friday. That was reportedly the eighth consecutive month that California employers added more people than they let go, a positive sign for the state’s economy, the Employment Development Department …

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Inland Empire economic forecast healthy but residents, workers remain anxious

The message from Wednesday’s Southern California Economic Forecast remained consistent: The Inland Empire is doing well. But, in the words of Manfred Keil, Ph.D., associate professor of economics at Claremont McKenna College, speaking on the regional economy, “… you don’t feel well because there are things that need to get …

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Corona Receives Economic Award

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Corona has received a Bronze Excellence in Economic Development Award from the International Economic Development Council. The city was recognized for its business retention and expansion programs, according to a statement. The award, which recognizes programs that have been in place for at least three years, was presented Sept. 27 …

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Economic Conference Scheduled

Economic conference scheduled

Todd Buchholz, former White House director of economic policy and a regular on CNBC, the renowned business news channel, will deliver the keynote address at next week’s Southern California Economic Forecast in Ontario. The conference, scheduled to be held Oct. 12 at Citizens Business Bank Arena, will bring together approximately …

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UC Riverside Conference Paints Rosy Economic Picture

Conference on Exports Scheduled

Despite what you might see on the news or read online, California is not worst state in which to do business, and the state’s economy is not about to slide into the Pacific Ocean. That was the message delivered Thursday by economist Chris Thornberg at the 7th Annual Inland Southern …

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Study Predicts Bright Economic Future for State, Inland Empire

Both California and the Inland Empire should experience stronger economic growth than the nation during the next year or more, according to report released Tuesday. Turmoil in other countries has slowed U.S. exports and damaged the commodities industry, causing a modest drop in business investment, according to a forecast released …

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