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RERL-1738-Today’s Confirmation Hearing and California

With less than a month before election day, the controversial confirmation hearing for Amy Coney Barrett are underway. Though the first day of hearings was largely filled with senators arguing over the ethics of Trump nominating a justice this close to an election, Jack Russo explains to Joe Cucchiara why Amy Coney Barrett does not…

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California is in the middle of a crisis that is indirectly affecting everything from real estate to jobs to businesses. Of course this problem of consumers fleeing state and country in search of lower cost living is happening all across America, but as the sixth largest economy in the world, it just wouldn’t be California…

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Whether it be race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender, we are still going through a process of unbiasing ourselves. Still in the midst of a pandemic, pent-up anger over racial discrimination and police brutality is bubbling to the surface, largely fueled by loss of jobs, income and opportunity. Officer or civilian, we are learning a…

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Netflix, Facebook, Google – These are all companies deemed too big to fail. Ideally these companies grow based on infrastructure with fixed costs and are not reliant on fluctuating employee headcount. Where business loyalty keeps startups from going under, strong revenue coupled with conservative accounting and cash management will keep large businesses afloat as we…

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