Sunday, April 23, 2017
News (Business)
Paul Elliott Creates Award-Winning loft & bear Vodka
April 20, 2017
Paul Ryan Elliott, 31, took on his dream and created his own Vodka distillery and brand. As the CEO and Founder of loft & bear Vodka, he has won 11 awards and now has his vodka in Whole Foods, Target and Vons. ... read more »
Bike Repair Shop Told to Leave USC  
April 19, 2017
Bike shop owner Aaron “Lil Bill” Flournoy is facing eviction from the USC campus. Flournoy owns a bike repair shop at USC called Lil Bill’s bike shop. ... read more »
Robin Barrett Takes On Fashion in D.C. and L.A. 
April 19, 2017
Medicine and Fashion meet with Robin Barrett. ... read more »
Another One: Wells Fargo Bank Just Got Downgraded
April 12, 2017
Following a series of high profile lawsuits and allegations of misconduct, the embattled Wells Fargo Bank just suffered another loss in the form of a rating downgrade. ... read more »
Industry Insiders Say Minorities Should Pursue Oil Jobs
April 12, 2017
There are great opportunities for African Americans and Latinos in the oil, natural gas, and petrochemical industries, according to industry insiders, who are calling on minorities to “get in the game.” ... read more »
Kickin’ Crab Is Open!
April 5, 2017
The Cajun and Asian infused restaurant is a part of an effort to bring the community diverse experiences in cuisine ... read more »
Local Security Firm Continues to Help Bring Jobs
April 5, 2017
National Eagle Security, Inc. is bringing jobs to South Los Angeles with various projects ... read more »
Senator Harris Names Heather Hutt So. Cal Deputy Director
April 5, 2017
Senator Kamala Harris recently named longtime communications and marketing expert Heather Hutt as her new Southern California Deputy Director of Communications. ... read more »
Supervisors Vote for Construction Apprenticeships
April 1, 2017
The board directed staffers to work on negotiating a project labor agreement that would dictate hiring terms for county projects. ... read more »
BOE Member Horton’s 2017 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance: Cerritos College
March 30, 2017
Jerome E. Horton, 3rd District Board of Equalization member, will speak [LC1] at the 2017 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, along with co-sponsor, Senator Tony Mendoza and Assemblymenber Christina Garcia, at Cerritos College, on Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ... read more »
What’s Holding You Back? Why Now Is The Time To Live A SuperBOLD Life
March 30, 2017
Wife, mother of three and telecommunications Marketing Director  Nicole R. Coleman shares how a trip to the emergency room was the  wake up call she needed to tap into her talents and walk in her purpose.  Within 90 days and in ailing health, Coleman seamlessly executed the  inaugural Live SuperBOLD brunch where she honored and  empowered hundreds of women to live their best lives.  ... read more »
Dr. Stacia and Ariana Pierce: Mother and Daughter Entrepreneur Duo Share Secrets to Success  
March 29, 2017
Recently, the L.A. Sentinel had the opportunity to speak with the dynamic mother and daughter entrepreneur duo Dr. Stacia and Ariana Pierce about their secrets to career boosting success, business start-up advice and their Ultimate Success Tour. ... read more »
Too Many of Us Can’t Use Math to Manage Our Money
March 29, 2017
Many Americans are stymied by tests involving simple math to solve everyday financial problems expressed in English. U.S. adults do worse than adults in 19 of 23 industrial nations, ranking just behind Poland.[1] This represents a failure of our educational system as well as a stark reminder of the work we have to do as a society. Parents need to set an example of fiscal management for their children. As a child, my immigrant parents set aside a portion of every paycheck to savings, no matter how difficult it was to do. From a young age, the value of savings was ingrained in my habits.` ... read more »
Supervisors Vote for Construction Apprenticeships
March 29, 2017
The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to expand the number of trade apprenticeships on county construction projects. ... read more »
Brotherhood Crusade is seeking 16-24 Year Old Youth for Upcoming Paid Work Experience/Internship and Job Placement Opportunities
March 29, 2017
Youth graduating from the program will be invited to interview with several employers for 150 hours of paid work experience and internships ... read more »

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