The Bay Area economic impact of the NFL lockout is a tale of two cities. San Francisco stands to lose millions of dollars, while Oakland could actually come out ahead.
The transit agency needs an additional $50 million a year in permanent income, money that can’t come from fare increases.
The city has proposed a plan to pay $6 million to creditors in an attempt to come out of bankruptcy.
California’s senior representatives in Washington say they’re ready to help the state’s new governor, Jerry Brown, solve California’s budget crisis. That is as long as he doesn’t ask them for any more federal money.
California’s export trade continues to recover nicely, and it is now up more than 20 percent over last year. California exported $11.86 billion in goods this past July, which is up from $9.77 billion in […]