Facebook Warns You Facebook Could Be Bad For YouIt's not quite like tobacco companies warning about the dangers of smoking, but Facebook is acknowledging something many already know.
California Issues First Licenses For Pot MarketCalifornia on Thursday issued its first batch of business licenses for the state's upcoming legal marijuana market, setting the stage for sales to begin in January.
Former Lodi Car Dealership Now Building Future Of Housing In RegionIt's a new way of building multi-family housing, and it's all being done under one roof at the old Cadillac dealership on Kettleman Lane.
Sacramento Adds 24 New Positions To Handle Building Process CrunchSacramento’s building boom is giving the local job market a boost as city officials voted unanimously to approve two-dozen new positions.
Navajo Nation Suing Wells Fargo Over Predatory TacticsThe tribe alleges employees at Wells Fargo branches on the vast reservation "routinely misled customers into opening unnecessary accounts and obtained debit and credit cards without customers' consent."
Bitcoin Futures Rise As Virtual Currency Hits Major ExchangeThe first-ever bitcoin future jumped after it began trading Sunday as the increasingly popular virtual currency made its debut on a major U.S. exchange.
Natural Disasters Slow Relief For Sacramento's Strained Housing MarketContractors are stretched thin as is, and new roadblocks may mean people looking for a place to live will have to wait.
Volkswagen Manager Gets 7-Year Sentence In Diesel Emissions ScandalOliver Schmidt is the second person to be sent to prison over the scandal. He didn't disclose rogue software that had long fooled authorities and destroyed documents.
Ignoring Sexual Harassment In Workplace Can Be Costly For CompaniesIt is with that reality in mind that companies are swiftly firing powerful men accused of misbehavior and taking a zero-tolerance attitude toward such wrongdoing. But whether a no-mercy approach is a good idea is a matter of debate.
Arby's Is Buying Buffalo Wild Wings For $2.9 BillionIn an all-cash deal, Arby's is paying $157 per share for Buffalo Wild Wings, a 7% premium based on Monday's closing price.
Black Friday 2017 Was High-Caliber Day For Gun SalesGun sellers did brisk business on the biggest shopping day of the year, providing a respite from a year-long slump under the Trump administration.
Cyber Monday Expected To Be Record-BreakingCyber Monday shopping is predicted to break records for the 6th year in a row – with shoppers expected to spend as much as $6.6 billion this year.