In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Stockton was a manufacturing powerhouse, helping to send items to market like America’s first mass-produced tractors. Stockton’s manufacturing sector declined over many decades, though there are now local leaders working to strengthen it again.
Comstock’s president and publisher considers the risks involved in becoming a successful small-business entrepreneur — such as starting a magazine with just $2.50 in your pocket.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges (FoundationCCC), the nonprofit partner to the California Community Colleges, serves the nation’s largest and most diverse system of higher education as an innovation hub and intermediary for transformative change at scale.
A California real estate agent who has relocated part-time to Mar de Plata, Argentina reflects on the two country’s different forms of inflation and resulting reactions.
As children, we were given this advice to help us achieve our goals: “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” I still fully subscribe to that. Along with my unflagging faith that I’m never alone in my efforts, I’ve believed that wanting something badly enough and being willing to pay the price in time and effort, could make it attainable (God willing).
By Jolene Fraser
When it comes to the prevention, quick detection or mitigation of internal and external fraud, it’s important that business owners turn their attention to the factors they can control and closely monitor those that they cannot.
River City Bank is celebrating 50 highly successful years in business with deep Sacramento roots and a bright future as California’s premier business bank. Backed by personalized service, local decision making and assets of more than $4 billion, River City Bank holds a unique position as the region’s largest independent, locally owned and managed bank.
Carissa Ramirez was less than six months out of college when she realized she would never reach her goals of owning a home, starting a family and attaining financial stability if she continued a career in her chosen field.
Eric Lam didn’t care for college. In 2018, as a freshman at UC Davis studying managerial economics, he decided to drop out. “I knew I wanted to do something in business, and I knew that I could probably learn that off YouTube,” says Lam. A friend suggested real estate.
The pandemic forced many parents of young children to reduce their volunteer time. Dr. Nkiruka Ohaegbu was not one of them. While guiding an essential government service from her home computer and overseeing her children’s remote education, Ohaegbu maintained her extensive commitments to the community.