Weekly Round Up: December 7, 2015

Here are 9 things you need to know about Ontario, California business news:1. Ontario has gained back all of the jobs that it lost during the recession, according to the latest Regional Intelligence Report prepared by Beacon Economics. To read the full report, click here.2. Curious about job trends across Southern California? The California Employment Development Department created a Labor Market Information page that allows users to identify clusters by zip code and regional areas. This information is helpful in understanding workforce needs and job growth trends. Click here to view the page.3. Downtown is buzzing with activity. The Civic Center Community Conservation Park is now open, and the Christmas on Euclid Experience is back. Read more.In Print4. CVB Financial, parent company of Ontario’s Citizens Business Bank, agreed to acquire Ventura’s County Commerce Bank for $41.25 million, equally split between cash and stock, according to the Los Angeles Business Journal.5. Online orders boost need for e-commerce retailers to expand their West Coast presence, and San Bernardino County provides an affordable base with an abundance of qualified workers. Scroll to page 99, and read more.Award Winners and Milestones6. Kaiser Permanente Ontario Medical Center is among 17 hospitals named “Top Hospitals” by the Leapfrog Group. Read more.7. Ontario's Trident Case CEO Hong Lip Yow named "Small Business Executive of the Year" by Consumer Technology Association. Read more.8. Happy 6th Birthday to Ontario's own, My Delight Cupcakery.9. Andrew Peykoff II, of Niagara Bottling, LLC, was selected as the EY Entrepreneur of the Year in the Family Business Category. Niagara Bottling’s corporate office is located in Ontario.You don’t have to wait for the Weekly Round-Up. You can also follow Ontario EDA on Twitter, keep up to date with the City of Ontario on Facebook and check us out at the City of Ontario's Instagram  

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