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May 2015 Archives

Business startup shut down by California regulators

There is a certain amount of enthusiasm and energy when an new company initiates business. The new business startup may be anxious to hit the marketplace as soon as possible. However, it is also important to make sure that the new company is in full compliance with the law in order to avoid legal problems. One new startup transit company is now facing this type of problem in California.

New business startup firms provide alternative air travel options

Demand in any market raises the potential for profits to be made by meeting this demand for services or products. This is what a few business startup companies are looking to do within the airline market in California and other states. The new companies are attempting to provide alternatives to traditional commercial air travel. In particular, the new firms are looking to target business and first-class fliers by providing the serenity and convenience of flying a private jet but at a fraction of the usual cost.

Banquet hall operator sues in business contract dispute

A deal is a deal is the view of many people when it comes to business. However, there are many times when that turns out to not be the case while doing business in California. A broken deal is what one banquet hall operator is claiming to be experiencing, and the company is now entrenched in a business contract dispute.

Sysco faces FTC challenge in proposed business merger

Much of business is about resources. The more access to useful resources a California company has, the more profitable it can become. This is why some companies consider merging with other business entities. It was recently reported that Sysco is seeking to complete a business merger with USA Foods.

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