By Juan C. Ros on April 26, 2013 Here’s a short quiz: When the stock market is going up, do you: (1) get excited and want to keep riding the upswing to maximize profits, or (2) sell stocks to take money off the table? Similarly, when the stock market is in a freefall, do you Read More →
Over the course of this journey, I have, inevitably, learned a few lessons.
Generations of Latinos have come to California for the same reasons that generations of whites, blacks and Asians have come here — for the chance to pursue what we now call the American Dream.
By Rodney Brown on March 8, 2013 It has been more than four years since the onset of the Great Recession, and during the past few years our country and the state of California have been slowly progressing down the road to economic recovery. As the economy continues to improve and confidence rises, California banks Read More →
By Cynder Sinclair on March 8, 2014 Business leaders are discovering the power of corporate social responsibility. No longer is giving back to your community just a good idea or simply a nice thing to do. A clearly articulated CSR strategy can result in a strong bottom line and a more sustainable company. In 2009, Read More →
Everybody hates giving them and getting them.
By John Ambrecht on February 22, 2012 For decades, estate and family business succession planning have been primarily about legally protecting and distributing family wealth and reassigning business assets, roles and responsibilities according to the wishes of those at the helm of the company or family unit. However, the landscape is shifting to incorporate a Read More →