Carl’s Jr. HQ Leaving California For Some Southern Hospitality

Carl’s Jr. World Headquarters is leaving the Golden State for the Volunteer State. But the move has nothing to do with volunteerism, and everything to do with hospitality. CKE Restaurants, Inc., the parent company of Carl’s Jr. was founded in Anaheim 60 years ago. After several years of researching options, CKE Restaurants, Inc. is finally … Continue reading Carl’s Jr. HQ Leaving California For Some Southern Hospitality

California’s False ‘Green’ Economy: The Rest of the Story

By Katy Grimes and Tom Tanton False claims about the success of California’s green economy have been front-page headlines for several years. Green tech groups, green energy investors, stakeholders and even green tech media claim California has a “thriving clean energy economy.” What’s missing from the news is The Rest of the Story. The political and … Continue reading California’s False ‘Green’ Economy: The Rest of the Story

‘Transportation Justice’ Bills Signed by Gov. Jerry Brown

On the eve of the United Nations climate summit summit this week, Gov. Jerry Brown signed six bills to make California the biggest electric vehicle market in the nation. Brown’s goal is to have  1.5 million zero-emission cars on the road by 2025. The new laws expand the number of clean air vehicles with access to carpool and … Continue reading ‘Transportation Justice’ Bills Signed by Gov. Jerry Brown