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Lame Excuses For Not Running Your Own Business

Posted June 14, 2012 by Jerri Hemsworth

Being around so many professionals from all different walks allows me to be inquisitive and candid. I like to ask intriguing and sometimes thought-provoking questions. In the last 15 years, I’ve become an advocate for small business owners. I like to think I’ve got a keen eye for people who are capable of running their […]

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Rating Today’s Business Buyers: The Individual Buyer

Posted June 13, 2012 by Matt Coletta

The decision to sell has been made. A business owner should be aware of the number of possible business buyers. Here is another of today’s most active categories of business buyers: The Individual Buyer Third In A Series Most owners of small- to mid-sized businesses gravitate toward this buyer when it comes time to sell. […]

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Finding The True Value In Business Today

Posted May 24, 2012 by Jerri Hemsworth

What an amazing time it is to be in business. Social media has everyone scrambling to rethink the value of their own marketing and how can it be leveraged into actual profit. But let’s be realistic, folks. Facebook just went public. Initial valuation estimates were between $90-120 billion. In some people’s minds, this company was […]

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Creating Maximum Business Value

Posted May 21, 2012 by Davis Blaine

Understanding what drives value in your company will pay you dividends when you decide to sell. Every business owner wants the maximum value when he or she sells a business. Not many succeed. What prevents business owners from generating higher value? By looking at several critical factors, we can see what creates higher (or lower) […]

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Is Outsourcing An Option For Your Business?

Posted May 21, 2012 by Sandy Allan

Juggling calls, shipping and staffing on your own will stress even the most seasoned business owner. Here are nine ways to help alleviate the day-to-day burden. Whether you are just opening a new business, or are already established and need to do some budget-crunching, there are several options to consider and decisions to make. As […]

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Cloud Computing

Posted May 18, 2012 by Bob Green

Cloud computing is taking the business world by storm. Here’s what you need to know about “the cloud” and your business. Go to My PC” is a product that allows people to sign in to their office PCs from other locations, and is being aggressively promoted through advertising. This tool may sound like “wow” technology, […]

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Bringing MAGIC To The DODGERS!

Posted March 28, 2012 by Brian Hemsworth

Word got out last night, and the sports world is buzzing about it today. Guggenheim Baseball Management has been named as the group buying the Dodgers, and this is the group that has brought Magic Johnson in as a part of the deal. All they’ve got to do is pony up $2.1 billion, cross a […]

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Southern California Business Blogs We Love

Posted March 7, 2012 by Brian Hemsworth

Southern California is a hotbed for some really great blogs. While many blogs are just shills and fronts for folks trying to “sell” services, we’ve found a number of them that we think are great reads. So, sit back, read, and enjoy some great blogging!               BAD FOR THE […]

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Are iPad’s Now Required For Business Meetings?

Posted February 25, 2012 by C. David Joyce

How Apple’s tablet has put pads of paper and laptops to shame! The iPad was launched with much poo-poo’ing from the PC crowd and a lot of head scratching from their own Mac crowd. Was it a tablet laptop? Was it a new form of  “netbook?” Or was it just a big iTouch for people […]

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