June 18, 2019

By Nicole Knight, California Business Journal. Debt. It’s as American as apple pie. Consumer debt in this country will top a whopping $1 trillion by year end. For many, it’s a crushing burden that’s nearly impossible to escape. Make only the minimum payment on a high-interest credit card?

By Victoria Kertz, California Business Journal. The woman was strolling through a Southern California Costco store one day, checking off items on her grocery list when something caught her eye. Several paintings were being shown in a display inside the store. One painting however, was very familiar

By Daniel Coats, California Business Journal When veteran Orange County criminal defense lawyer Michael Molfetta surveys his three decades of legal representation for high-profile clients, there is one moment that stands out as an example of his tenacity and commitment. A few years into his private

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

Targeting individuals who self-invest, who don’t want to pay for advice, and who want to remain in control of their money and their retirement, Saira Suleman created YourCapital to help ensure people don’t fall into the most common investing mistakes. By Leslie Hughes, California Business Journal Saira