Bay Area Council
The Bay Area Council commissioned a poll this month that found overall, San Francisco voters support commuter shuttle buses, but that they also support their regulation.
Gov. Jerry Brown started a week-long trade mission to China on Monday, along with several California business leaders, to seek investments that will benefit the state.
Former President Bill Clinton and Gov. Jerry Brown were among the speakers at a conference in San Jose Thursday on business, the economy and politics.
Bay Area business leaders expect the economy to keep growing in the first half of 2012, according to a survey released Thursday.
An interview with Jim Wunderman, President and CEO of the Bay Area Council, on the economic climate in the region and an outlook on jobs in the area.
The survey results were based on the responses of 432 CEOs and top executives across the Bay Area.
A California lawmaker and prominent business group are calling on Gov. Jerry Brown to restore funding to develop statewide data systems to track student and teacher performance.
Gov. Jerry Brown expressed optimism he can garner Republican support for his plan to help balance the budget with tax extensions, despite months of failed attempts at reaching across the aisle.
The Bay Area Council backs Governor Brown’s mix of tax extensions and spending cuts to close the state’s budget, but would like to see pension reform.
The latest business confidence survey shows Bay Area CEO’s and executives are still nervous about what lies ahead “There’s a lot of uncertainty in the economy,” said Jim Wunderman, the president of the Bay Area […]