Livermore Local Business
Local business in Livermore, CA
Yesterday | via PRWeb
Hair and beauty professionals can now make the most of their time by setting up automatic emails to go out for client's birthdays, "We Miss You" emails, and "Thank You" emails after appointments. Comment?
Yesterday | via TwinCities
Construction of the 409,000-square-foot Eagan outlet mall began in June 2013. Developer Paragon Outlet Partners says the ground-up project involves some 400 construction jobs as well as some 2,000 permanent jobs when it celebrates its grand opening Aug. 14. In less than four months in Eagan, bargain shoppers will be crowding the south metro's first ... (more) Comment?
Friday | via Patch.com
To give or not to give? That is the question when driving by the scene shown in this reader contributed photo. Comment?
Thursday Apr 17 | via The Washington Post
The Internal Revenue Service and other U.S. agencies awarded about $415,000 in contracts to a license plate-tracking company before Homeland Security leaders dropped a plan for similar work amid privacy complaints. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 15 | via Magic City Morning Star
It also provides publicity details for a variety of new book releases. On Wednesday March 26, 2014 we for several reasons, inaugurated the first 'Christian Book Basket' here at Magic City Morning Star. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 15 | via Newswise
LIVERMORE, Calif.- Zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell systems soon could be powering the forklifts used in warehouses and other industrial settings at lower costs and with faster refueling times than ever before, courtesy of a partnership between Sandia National Laboratories and Hawaii Hydrogen Carriers . Comment?
Thursday Apr 10 | via Patch.com
Looking for a local job? Check out these various positions available in Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore by clicking each link. Comment?
Monday Apr 7 | via Sys-Con Media
The winning companies were recognized on stage at the seventh annual Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit in New York City. Comment?
Monday Apr 7 | via Pleasanton Weekly
These trees along First Street in downtown Pleasanton are among 390 PG&E wants to cut down for better aerial views of corridor where its large distribution natural gas pipelines are buried. Comment?