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Electric car dealer opens in Cathedral City

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An electric car company has opened its first Inland Empire dealership. Tesla Motors held a grand opening ceremony Friday for its sales and service center at 68080 Perez Road in Cathedra City, according to a report first published by The Press-Enterprise. Besides the opening ceremonies, the event included interactive displays …

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La Verne to get pair of industrial buildings

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A Pico Rivera firm will build two industrial buildings in La Verne. Chalmers Equity Group will develop a 50,000-square-foot and a 33,000-square-foot building at 1300 Palomares St., according to a report first published in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. The three-acre site is one block north of Arrow Highway and …

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Inaugural Unite I.E. conference brings conservative groups together


The conservative message in California is not defunct, it is in fact alive and well. This will be spotlighted during the upcoming inaugural Unite I.E. Conservative Conference on Saturday, May 17 at the Fox Riverside Performing Arts Center. The event marks the initial gathering of the newly formed Unite I.E., …

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Summer job market heats up

Inland Employement Numbers Better Than Expected

While it might not be a great year for summer jobs, there are some signs that 2014 might be better than the past few years for young people seeking temporary work. Unemployment continues to drop, and that could be a good sign for high school and college students who are …

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Profits rise for beverage company

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Monster Beverage Corp. reported a solid first quarter, with net profits rising to $95.3 million. That figure, which equates to 55 cents a share, was up from $63.5 million compared with the first three months of 2013, according to a statement posted Thursday on the company’s website. Sales for the …

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Retail sales jump significantly

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National retail sales were up six percent in April year-over-year. Most of the bad weather that plagued the midwest and east coast earlier this year went away last month, causing consumers to return to shopping malls, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers in New York. “After sluggish demand …

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