Rachel Dunn Chocolates has announced 40 holiday job openings. Rachel Dunn Chocolates is the Nation’s largest caramel apple maker based in Concord, CA. Rachel Dunn Chocolates is proud to announce that their 2013 Holiday Talent Search is underway! Applicants are being asked to submit a video along with an online application. Positions range from customer […]
Concord blogger and recent humor recent contributor Cathy Turney, is celebrating the publication of her new book by offering Kindle version of her 5-star rated book on Amazon, Dog Stories, Hilarious Tales of a Codependent Pet Owner. The giveaways will take place next week, September 10-11. Signup for further notifications at her site.
An article in Slate reports that June sales Tesla Motors (Palo Alto, CA) Model S Electric Car manufactured in Fremont, CA, outsold Buick, Lincoln, Porsche, Volvo, and Cadillac—and far outsold Jaguar and Land Rover combined. On a year-to-date basis, through June, Tesla has sold more vehicles in California than Land Rover, Jaguar, Lincoln, Volvo, or […]
Chevron (CVX:NYSE) Richmond Refinery will be accepting applications for Operator Trainee positions beginning on Monday, August 19, 2013. ONE WEEK TO APPLY Resumes will be accepted electronically via our website, www.chevron.com/careers, beginning Monday August 19, 2013 and must be received no later than Sunday, August 25, 2013. See below for the information needed to apply […]
With its attempt to purchase Smithfield Foods, it’s time we understand China, as Mitt Romney said during last year’s presidential campaign, as a “currency manipulator.” The Chinese currency, the yuan, is, by the Chinese government, fixed at an exchange rate of 6.1 yuan to the dollar. Expressed another way, 16 American cents will buy a […]
World economic domination by China appears inevitable — at least to some people. However, China’s plan for domination could easily backfire. A lot depends on how it manages its currency and how the U.S. manages its debt.
Centerplate, the concessionaire at AT&T Park today filed a dynamic lawsuit against Local 2 Unite Here union for violations of national labor laws and for attempting to block charity groups and nonprofits from raising money at the ballpark. The contract offered to Local 2 included raises above the above-nation average benefits Local 2 workers already […]
I just returned from watching the demolition of the Pleasant Hill Dome theater – very sad. It’s doubly frustrating in that last Monday evening I was compelled to cast the deciding city council vote to deny the last-minute appeal by the Save The Dome group.