The pandemic has revealed how manufacturers can pivot and innovate quickly to make needed products, keeping the critical supply chain going.
Many brands are taking a stand with Black Lives Matter and against racial injustice through public statements, marketing and corporate activism.
All-white corporate boards would be prohibited in California under a bill in the Legislature that follows in the footsteps of a controversial law that mandated women in corporate boardrooms.
How can employers respond to employees’ concerns as they return
to the office or opt not to do so?
When there is change in consumer behavior, there are also opportunities for entrepreneurs with vision, access to capital and the skill to implement successfully.
The inmate fire crews used by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection have been depleted due to the pandemic, so the agency is training new firefighters.
Developers are working to strengthen the Capital Region’s competitive advantages and redefine its value proposition for businesses looking to move or expand.
“We make it easier for our most vulnerable community members to get the care they need to stay independent and stay home,” says Kwamane Liddell, DispatchCare’s founder and CEO.
California will call on its residents to spend their vacation dollars this year within the state, not only to help their fellow Californians, but because it is the safest option.
To open our Big Fix issue, Comstock’s executive editor reflects on the first half of a year in crisis.