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Retail sales stay strong

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While it’s still early, the 2013 Christmas retail season could be a solid one. Sales for the week that ended November 23 were up 2.6 percent from the previous week, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Goldman Sachs Weekly Chain Store Sales Index, which were released …

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Mo Valley means large industrial projects

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Mo Valley means large industrial projects Moreno Valley has landed another major logistics operation. Deckers Outdoor Corp., which manufactures shoes and sandals for sports and recreational use, will lease 800,000 square feet of industrial space in the city, said John Terrell, Moreno Valley’s community and economic development director. That space …

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CEO Coach’s book performs well

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A book written by the man who became known as “The CEO Coach” in the Inland Empire racked up solid sales during its first day on the market. “Know Your Next Move” by the late Ruben Estrada sold 907 copies between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Thursday on Amazon.com, the …

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Huge payout for former hospital CEO

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The former chief executive officer of Riverside County Regional Medical Center will receive a $900,657 payment for leaving that position. Doug Bagley will also receive a public pension for his time running the county-owned hospital, which was losing an estimated $1 million a week during his last days on the …

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Local incubator program expands

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A business incubator in south Riverside County that was established last year is growing faster than expected. Seven companies have joined the Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange, which is three more than Temecula officials expected to have signed up by now when the exchange opened in November 2012, according to a …

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Government shutdown hobbles home sales

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The U.S. government shutdown appears to have taken a bite out of the California housing market. Sales of single-family homes dropped for the third consecutive month during October, the month of the 16-day shutdown, according to the California Association of Realtors. Sales were down 2.7 percent compared with September and …

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