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L.A. County Residents and Business Owners Affected by Bobcat and Lake Wildfires Have Until Tuesday to Apply for Disaster Loans
Business

L.A. County Residents and Business Owners Affected by Bobcat and Lake Wildfires Have Until Tuesday to Apply for Disaster Loans

Disaster recovery loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (S.B.A.) are still available to Los Angeles County residents and businesses who suffered damage as a result of the Lake Fire and Bobcat Fire. The deadline to apply for disaster recovery loans from the S.B.A. is Dec. 15. Businesses of all sizes and private nonprofit organizations may…

Career Corner: Next Level Career
Business, Columns

Career Corner: Next Level Career

By Angela Copeland I recently received a question from a reader. The reader asked at what point in your career you will have reached your ideal potential. In other words, when should you stop moving up and seeking more money and a better title? When do you run the risk of messing things up? When…

5 Ways to Combat Fraud During the Holidays
Business

5 Ways to Combat Fraud During the Holidays

As we head into the holiday season, you’ve probably had enough stress in 2020. But wait —yet another wrench has been thrown in this challenging year. Fraud has spiked during the pandemic, with criminals upping their game as consumers swing into holiday shopping mode. Read on for five powerful fraud-fighting tips to help you break…

Some Southern Californians Readjust and Others Defy New Restrictions from the State
Business, News

Some Southern Californians Readjust and Others Defy New Restrictions from the State

By Terry Miller With Los Angeles County now reporting on average nearly 9,000 new coronavirus cases per day and the region’s ICU capacity dropping below 15%, which triggered the state’s new stay-at-home order on Sunday, restaurants in Pasadena had no choice but to comply and cease outdoor dining. Last weekend, Old Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard experienced…

Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program Application Has Reopened
Business, News

Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program Application Has Reopened

Technical issues resolved; new application portal created The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) has resolved the technical issues that downed the Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program application portal. A new application platform is reopened on Monday and will remain available until Tuesday at 5 p.m., or until 2,500 applications are received, whichever comes first. The application can be…

Tech Tip: I Got My Computer Sick by Downloading a Virus
Business

Tech Tip: I Got My Computer Sick by Downloading a Virus

With so many access points, from cell phones to a laptop and home computers, how can anyone hope to keep their network safe from hackers, a virus, and other unintentional security breaches? The answer is not “one thing” but a series of things you have to implement and constantly be vigilant about, such as installing…

Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program Experiencing Technical Issues
Business, News

Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program Experiencing Technical Issues

Application portal is temporarily down due to overwhelming response The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) reported Thursday morning that it is working to swiftly resolve technical issues that have temporarily downed the Keep L.A. County Dining Program application portal, which saw a surge of thousands of applicants. The Keep L.A. County Dining Program is…

Grant Opportunity: Keep L.A. County Dining
Business, News

Grant Opportunity: Keep L.A. County Dining

In an effort to assist restaurants affected by the COVID-19 restrictions, Los Angeles County will launch the Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program on Thursday at midnight. The Keep L.A. County Dining Grant will provide $30,000 to use as working capital for employee payroll expenses, capital to continue operations, payment of outstanding business expenses, and adaptive business…

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