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Major US Tax Reforms apply effective 2018 to all US businesses and investors

Molina Venture Buys Long Beach Post

Pacific 6 Enterprises, a group headed by John Molina, has bought the Long Beach Post and added seven staff members to the online news publication, according to a June 18 announcement provided to the Business Journal.

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Women's Council & Awards 2018: More than 1,000 Economists Urge American Economic Association to Address Misogyny in the Field

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A stunning number of professional economists—nearly 1,100—signed a petition late last year urging the American Economic Association (AEA) to address pervasive misogyny in the field.

Women's Council & Awards 2018: Number of Women-Owned Businesses Growing 2.5 Times Faster Than National Average

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Report finds there are 114% more women-owned businesses in the U.S. Than 20 years ago

Women's Council & Awards 2018: A Look at the Michigan Ross Executive MBA Program in Los Angeles

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With locations in Los Angeles and Ann Arbor and a flexible, once-a-month-for- 21-months format, the Michigan Ross Executive MBA Program combines rigorous coursework, action-based learning, and an integrated Leadership Development Program that will prepare you to assume the highest leadership roles.

Women's Council & Awards 2018: A Look Back at the Bill that Changed Everything

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Earlier this year, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) released “Spotlight on H.R. 5050: The Bill that Changed Everything for Women Business Owners.”

BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hires Chuck Long to Run L.A. Office

BNY Mellon Wealth Management has named financial veteran Chuck Long to serve as regional president of its Century City office.

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Women's Council & Awards 2018: Gender Parity: Making the Business Case for Diversity in the Workplace

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Change management is one of the toughest jobs a leader will encounter.

Women's Council & Awards 2018: NAWBO Joins Coalition to Form America’s Small Business Hub

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The nation’s leading small business and entrepreneurship organizations, including National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), have banded together to form the Small Business Roundtable (SBR), a coalition dedicated to advancing policy, securing access, and promoting inclusion to benefit the 30 million businesses at the heart of the American economy.

Women's Council & Awards 2018: Women’s Day: USC Marshall Offers Robust Support for Women Entrepreneurs

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For years there had been talk at USC Marshall and its Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies of putting together a large event for women entrepreneurs.

Three More Physicians Charged in $580M Kickback Scheme at Pacific Hospital

Three more doctors were charged in connection to an alleged $580 million kickback scheme linked to spinal surgeries at the defunct Pacific Hospital in Long Beach.

The Athletic to Hire Fleet of L.A. Sportswriters

The Athletic, a San Francisco-based sports journalism website, will hire seven full-time Los Angeles-based reporters effective June 18. Many of them will come from established Los Angeles publications.

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Ride-Sharing Commerce Company Cargo Enters L.A

Cargo Services Inc., a mobile marketplace headquartered in New York City, announced June 14 that it is expanding to Los Angeles. The company, which allows Uber and Lyft drivers to receive complimentary boxes stocked with retail items, has already bought a warehouse in Ontario, Calif.

Women's Council & Awards 2018: Should You Rush to the Finish Line?

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The recently enacted tax law changes can have dramatic effects on all kinds of income tax situations, including divorce.

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Modest Job Gains in L.A. County for April

L.A. County’s unemployment rate remained steady at 4.4 percent in May as the local economy hovers near full employment, according to state figures released Friday.

L.A. County Unemployment Rate Dips to 4.4 Percent in April Amid Modest Job Growth

L.A. County’s unemployment rate remained steady at 4.4 percent in May as the local economy hovers near full employment, according to state figures released June 15.

Elephant in the Room

The Trump administration has been truculent toward China over trade.

Lawmakers Should Patch Up Lead-Paint Ruling

No one is safe –property owners from California’s first-time homebuyers to our senior citizens with homes built prior to 1981 now face the very real likelihood of decreased home values, new financial liability, forced public disclosures and mandatory government inspections due to a recent court ruling.

STYLE: Cutting Edge

Benjamin Mohapi • Benjamin Salon

British-born stylist Benjamin Mohapi, founder of Benjamin Salon, is bored with beachy waves.

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