09/19/2019

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2019 Life Sciences Industry Report From CLSA Shows Strong Growth In Jobs, Investments And Therapeutic Pipeline In California

California Life Sciences Association (CLSA), the trade association representing California’s life sciences industry, today released the 2019 California Life Sciences Industry Report, which shows that California’s life sciences sector directly employed 311,226 people, generated $178 billion in revenue, is projected to attract $7.6 billion in venture capital (VC) and received $3.9 billion in funding from the […]

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California company moving HQ to Las Colinas amid growth, hiring surge

Another California company is moving its headquarters to the Dallas area. And this time, it’s one at the intersection of the technology and automotive industries. DealerSocket is relocating its home base to Irving from San Clemente, California, in Orange County, according to CEO Sejal Pietrzak. The software company, which helps auto dealerships manage customer relationships […]

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Google Plans Large New York City Expansion

Google is gearing up for an expansion of its New York City real estate that could add space for more than 12,000 new workers, an amount nearly double the search giant’s current staffing in the city, according to people familiar with the matter. The plan, which hasn’t been previously disclosed, would give Google room for […]

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Jacobs Engineering Moving to Texas

Global engineering and architecture firm Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. is moving a portion of its headquarters from Pasadena to Dallas, the Dallas Business Journal reports. The move is being made for lower taxes and a more business friendly environment as well as lower rates and will make the company more competitive in the real estate industry.

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Salesforce will rename tower in Downtown Indianapolis, hire 800 tech workers

“In recent years, the technology sector has added more than 5,000 jobs in central Indiana alone, growing at a rate more than triple the national average,” Gov. Mike Pence said in a statement.

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