Aditi Roy, a CNBC reporter based in San Jose, identified some of the companies moving their headquarters out of California, which she included in her “Power Lunch” story about a record number of people leaving the state. “Spectrum Location Solutions [told] us between 2008 and 2019, 18,000 companies...Read More
PITTSBURGH – Investors are launching a new program that will incentivize more companies to leave California – and other states with punishing taxes and regulations, such as New York, New Jersey and Illinois — in favor of friendlier business climates found elsewhere. As of today, a private equi...Read More
Written by Joel Fox, Editor and Co-Publisher of Fox and Hounds Daily Businesses, particularly corporations, are the targets of tax raisers in the legislature, at city hall and on the ballot. Piling on business taxes in a state notorious for its poor attitude toward business, one wonders how long bus...Read More
That’s the headline for an excellent news clip about people and businesses leaving California by William La Jeunesse, which ran on Fox News today. (Disclosure: I’m pleased with my 16 seconds of fame in this piece.) See the clip here. Joe Vranich understands California’s perennially diffi...Read More
The column, below, was written by Charles Crumpley, Editor and Publisher of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal and published today in Fox & Hounds. I’ve asked a dozen or so business operators in recent months if they’ve created lactation rooms yet. Most of them have given me a blank stare,...Read More
The brokerage firm Charles Schwab announced today it would acquire TD Ameritrade in a $26 billion deal and as part of the transaction Schwab will move its headquarters to the Dallas-Forth Worth area. The integration of the two firms is expected to take between 18 and 36 months, following the transac...Read More
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