Sacramento residents might be getting tired of "Good Time," Carly Rae Jepsen's duet with Owl City. It's been so popular that it seems to be everywhere -- on the radio, in previews for "Hotel Transylvania," on "Parks and Recreation," etc.
eBay, one of California's first success stories in the tech realm, will be watching a Supreme Court case that begins Oct. 29 very closely.
Gap, one of the Bay Area's biggest-name companies, is also one of the companies that was recently sued for allegedly infringing on another fashion company's trademark.
The FBI announced Friday that it had created a squad to investigate intellectual property-related crimes. Specifically, the squad will focus in cybercrimes. Although the unit is based in Washington, D.C., it's entirely feasible that it could wind up benefitting people in Sacramento. After all, there are no borders on the Internet.
Without a doubt, there are lots of fans of "fast fashion" here in Sacramento. Companies like H&M and BCBG have made pretty big business out of taking "inspiration" from runway looks by pricey designers and quickly getting affordable versions into stores so regular people, rather than just celebrities or socialites, can buy them.