May 22, 2019

By Nicole Knight, California Business Journal. Since William J. Tessar took the helm of Civic Financial Services only 19 months ago, the lender’s monthly loan volume has nearly quadrupled. His recipe for growth? “We always put our people first,” says Tessar, the company’s 51-year-old CEO. “And that’s not

The differentiator in today’s furniture-purchasing world is being completely online. No big showrooms to lease, no print catalog, small overhead. That’s the foundation of Karl Sutton’s new business. By Victoria Kertz, California Business Journal The parent companies of traditional furniture manufacturers Thomasville and Broyhill filed for bankruptcy

With 30 years of litigation experience involving many high-profile clients, criminal defense attorney Michael Molfetta helps makes the complex world of the criminal defense system much clearer. By Daniel Coats, California Business Journal When veteran Orange County criminal defense lawyer Michael Molfetta surveys his three decades of

You can’t buy cannabis ads on Google, Facebook or Instagram. Nor in Forbes or the Wall Street Journal. So Jeremy Jacobs and Colby McKenzie created a platform for brands that want to get involved in the booming cannabis industry. [caption id="attachment_10504" align="alignleft" width="940"] Jeremy Jacobs[/caption] By Lee

Californians continue to pour investment dollars into residential rental properties and flips in Texas through Guerin Property Services. By Ashleigh Ruhl, California Business Journal Entrepreneur Kevin Guerin is based in Texas, but 90 percent of his company’s clients are Californians investing in residential real estate in Austin