Actress Meryl Streep accepts Cecil B. DeMille Award during the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 8, 2017. (Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images) By: Michael Bernick We have a very vibrant
Photo credit: Shutterstock By: Kathryn Dill As college students head–or return–to campuses around the country, many will be faced with the dilemma of choosing a major. Which fields of study guarantee students healthy starting salaries that will continue to grow?
By: Chase Norlin In San Francisco a few years ago, my co-workers and I built a multi-million-dollar technology business without the traditional venture capital required to hire Silicon Valley’s “best and brightest.” With little money raised, we were forced to go
The reality of the unemployment situation inside the U.S. is much grimmer than any politician or bureaucrat would ever want to admit. By: Joseph Jankowski The “official” unemployment rate (U3) released each month is, to put it in the most straight-forward way
By: Houman Salem California’s minimum wage jumped to $10.50 an hour at the start of the new year. As the founder of a small fashion design house and clothing manufacturer in San Fernando, I’m not a disinterested observer in this change.