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Another Company Moves Headquarters Out of California – This Time it’s Irvine

AutoAlert, an Irvine, Calif.-based tech firm, announced today that it’s planning to relocate its headquarters to Kansas City, Missouri. The firm offers automotive software tools for management and communications. 348 more words

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To Business Owners: Keep a Low Profile When Leaving California

Time and again I’ve encouraged smaller companies planning to escape California’s business-hostile environment to avoid publicly discussing their move. What follows is the story of an honest business owner expressing his legitimate concerns about operating in the state – and the unfortunate blowback that resulted. 959 more words

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Uber Regulations Mean San Francisco Loses While Phoenix and Pittsburgh Win

Any business person who has dealt with California’s frustrating laws, regulations and bureaucrats was nonetheless surprised to see a story with the headline, “Uber Ships Self-Driving Cars to Arizona After California Ban.” 934 more words

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US Labor Secretary-Nominee Exits California's Harsh Business Climate

By Joel Fox
Editor of Fox & Hounds and President of the California Small Business Action Committee

President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee as Labor Secretary, Andrew Puzder, heads a California company that decided to move headquarters to Tennessee. 675 more words

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More California Companies Hearing ‘Move to Our State’ Pitches

This proves that for every action there is a reaction: New measures by Gov. Jerry Brown and the California legislature that have worsened our business environment have boosted efforts by other states to recruit California companies to their friendlier locations. 1,689 more words

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Los Angeles KTTV Editorial - 'California Losing Companies & Jobs'

Now here is an editorial that gets to the point about California’s business departures, saying, “Governor Brown: Your attitude needs to change…. Creating a climate that is business friendly should come from the top and be a priority.” 170 more words

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