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December 10, 2015
by Cathy Whitman
KGO Radio

The business climate in California is improving. A new report shows the state ranks high when it comes to new business development and small business growth.

The report looked at three major indicators of business in California.

“Job creation and also the creation of new businesses and the expansion of old businesses.”

Next 10 founder Noel Perry helped author the report’s and the numbers show “California has above average and better in job creation and also in creating new businesses.”

December 10, 2015
by Dan McSwain
The San Diego Union-Tribune

A new study finds that California isn’t nearly as hostile to business as its reputation would suggest.

In fact, the state ranks near the top in several key economic measures, such as net job creation and the rate of startups. This is a big deal for two reasons: New businesses create far more jobs than old ones, and California’s high ranking comes despite its onerous costs for taxes, land, energy and other key inputs.

November 13, 2015
by Monica Dean Maya Srikrishnan
NBC San Diego

Officials have long envisioned a blueprint for San Diego centered on public transportation. So-called transit-oriented development is included in all of San Diego’s planning documents, imagining a future where homes, businesses and infrastructure are built around public transit stations.

November 5, 2015
Business Wire

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With the economic toll of California’s drought expected to hit $2.74 billion for 2015, water suppliers, investors and urban and agricultural users are seeking ways to reduce water consumption, according to Next 10’s issue brief, California Innovation and Meeting the Water Challenge. The brief finds urban users were able to save 600,000 acre-feet of water between June and August 2015, while venture capital investment looked to match rising demand for products and services improving water efficiency and management.

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