By Daniel Langhorne, California Business Journal.Everything can change in an instant.As you sit (or stand) reading this, imagine a comfortable, upper middle-class life, two professional parents, a present that is free from want with all indication that only a bright future lies ahead.Then, suddenly, your
By Eve Gumpel, California Business Journal.Dr. Will Loeffler is warning U.S. businesses that they face a global disruption “of a nature we haven’t seen in decades.” He predicts the repercussions will span the decade from 2020 to 2030.When Loeffler speaks, international companies listen. An expert
By Nicole Knight, California Business Journal.Imagine squeezing savings out of city infrastructure while drastically shrinking the energy footprint.This is what energy and wastewater efficiency expert Schneider Electric delivers throughout California and across the country.Helping a roster of public sector clients—including cities, counties and schools—to tackle
By Ashleigh Ruhl, California Business Journal.When an elderly person’s children steal from them, potentially leaving them without the financial means to care for themselves, one solution — albeit a tough one — is for that parent to sue their own kin.That’s the harsh reality attorney
By Daniel Coats, California Business Journal.For dozens of Southern California business executives and visionaries, CSUF Center for Family Business Director Ed Hart has played a pivotal role in assisting their firms as they seek to stay competitive and impactful in the ever-changing 21st century environment
By Nicole Polizois, California Business Journal.Imagine you’ve had this dream of starting your own business -- the one that you have dreamt of since you were 12 years old. You went on to earn your MBA, raised the capital to launch the business and brought
From the California Business Journal Newswire.Many businesses are already implementing virtual reality (VR), artificial intelligence (AI), and 3D printing in their day-to-day operations. These types of technology have yet to be widely used as they are still in their infancy, but this will change as
By Jennifer Dawson, Special to California Business Journal.At the age of 16, Richard Branson started his first successful venture, a magazine called Student. Four years later, Virgin Records was born and its flagship American store loomed large on Sunset Boulevard. Like many businesses starting out, California
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By Leslie Hughes, California Business JournalWhat’s in a name?A lot, it turns out.In fact, a name has so much meaning to it that can alter one’s destiny, or in
By Lee Barnathan, California Business JournalAddiction to any drug or alcohol is dreadful. But imagine also suffering from a respiratory disease such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Or having diabetes. Or cirrhosis. And – to top it off – the individual is pregnant.Many hospitals, detox
From the California Business Journal NewswireBradford & Barthel, LLP, an industry-leader in aggressive workers’ compensation defense matters, has announced the opening of its new Nevada operation.The firm will now offer workers’ compensation defense services to insurance carriers, third-party administrators and employers outside of California for
By Susan Belknapp, California Business JournalSome life paths reveal themselves before the traveler even knows they’re lookingThis was how it was with Douglas Luchansky.He attended acting school right out of high school and later studied film and directed videos for two notable ’80s bands that
By Lee Barnathan, California Business JournalMost venture capitalists invest in ideas and products. Orange County native and serial entrepreneur Sean Brown is succeeding with a different strategy. He invests in people.Sean Brown is one of those people born with a natural attraction to true entrepreneurship.