Our View: CLU researchers tell an important story of the Latino economy
When California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Forecasting and Research rolled out its first Latino GDP report a number of years ago, we were impressed with this partnership between CLU and UCLA. Over the years, CERF director Matthew Fienup and researcher Dan Hamilton, along with UCLA’s David Hayes-Bautista, have run the academic equivalent of a Read More →
Opinion: Celebrating the tri-county region’s Latino business community
By Kristina Alameda Although Hispanic Heritage Month is winding down, it gave us a unified opportunity to celebrate the richness and diversity of the Hispanic-Latino community and recognize our collective path forward to drive social and economic progress in the Tri-Counties. This year in particular, we recognize the resilience of small business owners impacted by Read More →
Our View: Natural gas isn’t perfect, but it has its place
Every morning millions of Californians wake up and tweak their heater controls to warm up, and turn on hot water to shower. It happens automatically due to abundant natural gas, and up until recently, gas has been as cheap as it has ever been. Now we are getting a wake-up call. Natural gas supplies worldwide Read More →
Latino economy grew fast in 2010s, CLU report says
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