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U.S. Ended 2014 With Lowest Unemployment Rate Since 2008; SGV follows trend

by Courtney Alexander The U.S. finished the year strong, with December bringing a six year low for unemployment of 5.6% according to statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.…

Business Profile: CoKreeate – 3D Printing

Business Profile: CoKreeate – 3D Printing

Instagram picture of a 3D draft – Courtesy Photo CoKreeate, a 3D printing and scanning company based in Alhambra, was established in 2013 by the three co-founders William Co, his…

California’s New Paid Sick Leave Law Widely Misunderstood, Spells Trouble for Small Businesses

California’s new paid sick law goes into effect January 1, but many small businesses don’t understand the law or its impact for their operations. Lonnie Giamela – a partner at…

So You Want to Start a Small Business?

The United States is home to millions of small businesses. While many thrive, there are certain risks and challenges that often accompany operating an independent company. If you’re thinking about…

Metro to Offer Special Holiday Free Fares Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve

Get home safely by letting Metro do the driving. Metro will once again offer a special holiday free rides on all Metro Bus and Rail lines operating on Christmas Eve…

Leadership Lessons From Jim Mizes: President/COO Blaze Pizza

Leadership Lessons From Jim Mizes: President/COO Blaze Pizza

-Courtesy photo The spirit of innovative leadership and the power of individuality are two driving forces fueling the success of Blaze Pizza. In the short 2 ½ years since its…

Online Shopping Could Spur Funding for California’s Vital Public Services

Online Shopping Could Spur Funding for California’s Vital Public Services

As California consumers load up online shopping carts this holiday season, they might not realize these purchases are taxed to support vital public services. Online shoppers who are not charged…

The Playhouse District Hosts “Shop Small, Shop Indie” A Localized Effort To Support Independent Businesses

Celebrating Small Business With Savings, Giveaways, and More Over 30 small independent businesses will participate in the Playhouse District Association’s Playhouse Shop Small, Shop Indie on Saturday, November 29th. The…

Pasadena Chamber Supports Local Business with Small Business Saturday Promotions No. 29

To continue to support our local small businesses, the Pasadena Chamber has provided many with give-away items and gifts for their guests on Small Business Saturday on November 29th. Reusable…

Take Charge America Dispels 7 Common Myths About Consumer Bankruptcy

Nonprofit credit counseling agency separates bankruptcy fact from fiction Bankruptcy may seem like the perfect cure-all for consumers buckling under heavy debt, but many people don’t really understand the process…