February 4, 2014 |
Solar financing company Sunrun acquired a residential solar business that will expand its reach in the booming California solar market. The San Francisco company is purchasing three subsidiaries of Mainstream Energy Corp.: solar product distributor AEE Solar, equipment manufacturer SnapNrack and the residential solar division of REC Solar. Sunrun in a statement said the acquisitions would enable the company to lower costs for consumers and improve access to solar panels. Terms of the deal were not released.
September 30, 2013 |
Warner Bros. Pictures has struck a film financing deal with RatPac-Dune Entertainment LLC, a new entity formed by Dune Entertainnment's Steven Mnuchin and RatPac Entertainment, the film finance vehicle of filmmaker Brett Ratner and Australian businessman James Packer. The four-year co-financing deal is valued at about $450 million, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter who was not authorized to comment publicly on the matter. It will cover as many as 75 titles from Burbank-based Warner Bros.
February 22, 2012 |
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, NBA Commissioner David Stern and Sacramento Kings ownership are scheduled to gather at All-Star Weekend in Orlando to discuss terms for the financing of a new arena to submit to the city council on March 6. In a joint news release by Johnson and Stern, the sides expressed confidence about meeting the NBA-imposed March 1 deadline to produce a plan to pay for a new $387-million arena downtown. "Our approach makes good on the principles that have guided us throughout this process: protecting the taxpayers, creating jobs, and pursuing an open and transparent process," Johnson said in the statement.
September 26, 2013 |
J.C. Penney publicly defended its trajectory Thursday after watching its stock plunge amid speculation that it needed another financing boost. In a statement, the retailer said it is “pleased with its progress thus far in the company's turnaround and the traction its initiatives are starting to achieve.” J.C. Penney also said it was “starting to see greater predictability in its performance across many areas” -- a nod to several recent...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1987
Leo Trombatore's (state director of transportation) letter (Aug. 14) reveals the un-Republican, anti-Adam Smith philosophy of the Deukmejian Administration's bond proposal for highway financing. It does not provide the "more balanced approach to highway finance" promised by Trombatore. It continues and exacerbates the present imbalance--sales taxes, property taxes and businesses pay the public cost for motorists and truckers, particularly the latter. It is this imbalance which has gotten us into this mess in the first place.
July 20, 2011 |
In a bid to fight childhood obesity and change eating habits on the local level, First Lady Michelle Obama is expected to announce a healthful food financing initiative Wednesday that aims to draw grocery stores into so-called food desert areas in California. The $200-million program, dubbed the California FreshWorks Fund, is a joint effort by the California Endowment and a team of grocery industry groups, healthcare organizations and leading Wall Street banks. Modeled after similar funds launched in New York City and Pennsylvania, the idea for the California fund was hatched about 18 months ago by the California Endowment, a private, statewide health foundation.