An occasional series exploring how people and businesses are faring as our region recovers from the Great Recession.
Capital Public Radio News Reports
This Saturday is "Record Store Day". Several stores are still standing seven years after Sacramento-based retail giant Tower Records went out-of-business. And they're seeing a bump up in business as a new generation rediscovers vinyl albums.
The healthcare sector in the Sacramento region fared well during the recession and is expected to continue doing well. That includes biomedical companies and businesses that make medical devices.
As the economy limps along, local owners struggle -and sometimes fail- to hang on. As part of an ongoing series about the local economy, local restaurateurs talk about their struggles.
For decades, logging and conservation interests in the Sierra have fought -- and sued -- over how to manage forests. While they battled, many Sierra towns saw their forests and economies decline. One community is pushing past the divisive politics
If you think you’re seeing more Yoga studios popping up around Sacramento…you’re right. It turns out Yoga is one of the fastest growing industries in the country.
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