Proving that for every action there is a reaction, new business-bashing actions applauded by Gov. Jerry Brown have boosted efforts by other states to recruit California companies to their friendlier locations. 1,675 more words
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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
This is the most touching “relocation story” ever to appear on this blog.
First – it’s been said time and again that California’s housing is so unaffordable that poor people are the ones who are hurt the most, a situation aggravated by the state’s land-use regulations and tax policies. 857 more words
Determine, Inc., a software company, will relocate its headquarters to Carmel, Indiana, about 30 miles north of Indianapolis. The company’s announcement said the new headquarters will provide a home base as of this month (June) for its worldwide business, which includes offices in California, Georgia, France and the United Kingdom. 398 more words
In the volatile Trump versus Clinton battle now underway, one result of Bernie Sanders’ campaign deserves more attention – particularly if you run a business in California and are concerned about higher taxes and more regulations. 914 more words
California has earned quite a reputation for being openly hostile to business, as confirmed by numerous studies and surveys. Its plethora of taxes and regulations are driving away legions of entrepreneurs and workers, but they are doing wonders for one segment of the economy: the moving industry. 109 more words