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Will the Election Impact Markets & Investments?
Business

Will the Election Impact Markets & Investments?

By Jean D. Koehler As we approach Election Day, investors are understandably wondering — and maybe even anxious — about how the U.S. presidential election will affect the stock market. Election years often come with increased market uncertainty. And this year, COVID-19 and a fragile economy have added new dimensions to what may be a…

Little Green Forks is A Vegan’s Delight
Business

Little Green Forks is A Vegan’s Delight

The little plant-based food delivery service that has started a trend By Terry Miller We’ve heard about plant-based foods for a while now. Initially, it was thought of as a trend that wouldn’t last. However, consumers and businessmen and women have proved, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that plant-based foods are not only healthy…

Keeping Up With Rising Healthcare Costs in Retirement
Business

Keeping Up With Rising Healthcare Costs in Retirement

By Jean D. Koehler For most of us, the reality of growing older means that medial issues will likely become a more common concern. As a result, health care can become a prominent expense in retirement. Medicare typically serves as the foundation of your health insurance later in life as it starts at age 65….

MADIA Tech Report: Got a New Product Idea You Want to Sell?
Business

MADIA Tech Report: Got a New Product Idea You Want to Sell?

By Brenda J. Trainor MADIA Tech Launch, a local nonprofit educational organization, regularly hosts meetups where self-professed techno-entrepreneurial thinkers get together and share ideas (and libations) about their innovations and how to bring them to reality or sometimes failure. Like so many organizations in the COVID era, MADIA has converted their “eat and drink with…

Deadline Extended for Small Business Owners in L.A. County Affected by Civil Unrest to Apply for Disaster Assistance Loans
Business, News

Deadline Extended for Small Business Owners in L.A. County Affected by Civil Unrest to Apply for Disaster Assistance Loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has extended the deadline to apply for a disaster recovery loan to Sept. 16, 2020 for Los Angeles County business owners who suffered physical or property damage due to the civil unrest incidents that began on May 26, 2020.  “This is an excellent opportunity for small business owners in Los Angeles…

How Are Small Businesses Coping During COVID-19?
Business

How Are Small Businesses Coping During COVID-19?

Supporting one another and shopping locally is imperative By Terry Miler Recently, we have focused a lot of our editorial attention on how local restaurants are managing during the coronavirus. Cities such as Monrovia, Pasadena, Arcadia and Sierra Madre have gone out of their way to make life a little easier for those eateries shuttered…

High Tech Abounds in Our ‘Burbs
Business

High Tech Abounds in Our ‘Burbs

By Brenda J. Trainor When the average person thinks of tech communities, a place like Silicon Valley immediately comes to mind. But it is right here in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley where one can find many science and technology companies that research, design, develop, manufacture, and innovate using sophisticated technologies. These sometimes-unknown…

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