The stock of California's largest electric company has plummeted 18% since wildfires began tearing through Northern California last week. Investors are worried that Pacific Gas and Electric (PCG) could be found liable for damages from …
In recent years, the state has pulled about half of its income tax revenue from the top 1% of residents, whose incomes ebb and flow with the unpredictable stock market. Even mild economic ripples can cause big waves in Sacramento. How …
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I find Banc of California an excellent combination of superb value and high growth dividend stock. The company has achieved substantial growth in the last few years, and recently delivered another strong results for its third quarter. …
Facebook was cleared by the state of California to issue stock for its purchase of Instagram. State officials declared the transaction was “fair, just and equitable” at the conclusion of a hearing in San Francisco before the Department of …
California reported that Waymo vehicles traveled 352,545 miles ... Bernstein has a "market perform" rating and $265 target for TSLA stock.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A former California-based stockbroker was charged Tuesday in federal court for his involvement in what federal officials say was a sophisticated scheme -- devised in part by a Cleveland-area man -- to defraud and …
With the “one percent” paying more than 50 percent of state taxes, a sustained stock market crash would shrivel California’s “one-time” capital gains taxes and throw the Golden State back into a financial crisis. As Breitbart News …
People tend to think of California as a bit “hippy-like” when it comes energy. It’s no secret that the state is hotbed of renewable energy, green technologies, and a favorite stomping ground for solar stocks like SolarCity (SCTY). But the …
Well, the hits from the Facebook stock implosion keep coming. Now, it's the State of California, which apparently overestimated how much tax revenue it was going to collect from Facebook employees after the IPO. According to …