Friday, June 7, 2013

Sacramento Morning Roundup: Kaiser optical workers reject SEIU

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Kaiser optical workers reject SEIU

Northern California optical workers at Kaiser Permanente — including about 40 in the Sacramento region — voted Wednesday to stick with the National Union of Healthcare Workers-California Nurses Association over rival Service Employees International Union.


What — ANOTHER midtown Starbucks?

The folks at Starbucks Corp. must have noticed all the company's cafes in and around midtown and downtown Sacramento -- all 16 of them -- are really busy.


Oh, the irony: Google bans Google Glass

Our colleague Luke Stangel at the Silicon Valley Business Journal reports that Google wouldn't let anyone wear its newest gizmo to the company's annual shareholder meeting in Mountain View on Thursday.

Silicon Valley Business Journal     Discuss

Finally … an answer to outrageous hearing-aid prices?

Sacramento Business Journal health reporter Kathy Robertson has this week's cover story, looking at the crazy economics of the hearing-aid business — and how they may be changing.

Sacramento Business Journal     Discuss

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HMO agency launches consumer website

KBZC hires morning show host

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