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International Women’s Day: March 8

The timing of Women’s History Month traces its roots to International Women’s Day, March 8, marked each year as a day to celebrate globally...

California Approves $1.9 Billion EV Infrastructure Investment Plan

Last month, the California Energy Commission (CEC) approved a $1.9 billion investment plan that will accelerate progress on the state’s electric vehicle (EV) charging...

CalChamber Seeks Review of Privacy Regulations Litigation in State Supreme Court

The California Chamber of Commerce has petitioned the California Supreme Court for review in California Chamber of Commerce v. California Privacy Protection Agency. The case...

Women’s History Month Provides Opportunity to Reflect on Contributions of Women in Business

As Women’s History Month begins March 1, the California Chamber of Commerce kicks off a month-long celebration highlighting the role of women in business...

Sacramento’s Fastest Growing Company Puts Experience First

This article is part of a series of profiles of CalChamber member companies that are contributing to the state’s economic strength and ability to...

Report Finds Private Attorneys General Act Too Slow to Resolve Employee Claims

A new report by former heads of California’s labor and occupational safety agencies found that employee labor claims filed under California’s lawsuit-first Private Attorneys...

Small Businesses Subject to New Federal Disclosure Rule

A new and little-publicized federal rule requires certain small and private companies to file ownership information or face potential penalties. The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA),...

Esther Rushford Greene, Former CalChamber Director of Political Affairs

Esther Rushford Greene, former director of political affairs for the California Chamber of Commerce, passed away on February 19 in her Sacramento home. She...

Two Local Chamber Leaders Join CalChamber Board

In December, the California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors updated the organization’s bylaws to add two new seats specifically for local chamber CEOs,...

Career Advancement Best Practices in the Age of Remote, Hybrid Work

In Episode 191 of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber Associate General Counsel Matthew Roberts and business coach Nick Warner discuss the career advancement challenges remote...

Local Tax Measures Totaling $3.9+ Billion on March Ballots

Local tax and bond measures that cumulatively would increase taxes by more than $3.9 billion will appear on March ballots up and down the...

Overview of March Ballot Measure

Following is a brief summary of Proposition 1, which will appear on the March 5 Primary Election ballot. The California Chamber of Commerce supports...

GO-Biz to Lead Delegation to SelectUSA Investment Summit

The California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) is leading a delegation of California local economic development leaders and innovation partners to...

CalChamber, Allied Groups Sue California Over Climate Disclosure Laws

The California Chamber of Commerce and a coalition of business groups are challenging California’s new climate reporting laws, SB 253 (Wiener; D-San Francisco) and...

US Bill Aims to Help Local Businesses Hurt by Transportation Projects

Pending federal legislation aims to help local businesses and nonprofit groups when their operations are disrupted by federally funded transit or highway transportation projects. The...