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Eight Things an Accounting Adviser May Do for You

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If you think accounting is an exact science, think again. Issues are nuanced. Multiple views exist. Conclusions depend on your unique circumstances. Accounting advisory services may foster open dialogue, thorough analysis, and full understanding to determine an appropriate conclusion.

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The Private Company Guide to Effective Internal Controls

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Deloitte’s three-part series explores the potential benefits your company can derive from risk assessment, effective internal control design, and regular monitoring.

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LA Beauty Companies Play Big Role in Growing Industry

More local shoppers are spending on beauty products, and a sizeable chunk of their dollars is going to homegrown brands.

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Law Firms Race to Keep Pace With LA’s Heated Real Estate Market

Like the rest of the businesses involved in Los Angeles County’s real estate market, law firms braced for the worst when the pandemic hit.

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Trial Lawyer Panish Wins Big Despite Covid Restrictions

The pipelines to a jury trial were already clogged before the pandemic.

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2021 Law Special Report

Many law firms across Los Angeles are working as hard, if not harder, than they did before the pandemic arrived.

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USC Will Pay $852 Million to Settle Sex Abuse Claims

The settlement brings USC’s total payouts for lawsuits involving former campus gynecologist George Tyndall to more than $1.1 billion.

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CPK Will Move Headquarters to Costa Mesa

California Pizza Kitchen Inc., which just signed a multiyear deal to become the official pizza of the Los Angeles Dodgers, is leaving L.A. County and heading to Costa Mesa.

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HydraFacial Preps for IPO

Less than a decade after its founders sold HydraFacial Co. for $40.6 million, the skincare-focused manufacturer traded hands again in December.

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BBA Advocates for Black-Owned Businesses

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Bianca Vobecky had been running her construction logistics business, Glendora-based Vobecky Enterprises Inc., for about a year when she heard about the Black Business Association.

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Priceless Moments Plans Events Big and Small

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Priceless Moments is an event planning and consulting company founded by Latanza Price, 29.

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Former Olympian Jeannette Bolden-Pickens Keeps 27th Street Bakery on Track

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Jeanette Bolden, the third-generation owner of 27th Street Bakery in Historic South Central, looks forward to the holiday rush each year.

LA Urban League Aims for Black Economic Empowerment

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Linda Stewart’s South Central-based apparel business, Multi-Level Apparel T-Shirt Spot, was thriving.

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Impact Enterprises Helps Businesses With Diversity Efforts

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Business: Impact Enterprises Global Inc. offers what founder Kelly Redmond describes as social impact consultations.

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Coaching Firm Noble Group Teaches Executives How to Lead

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Derrick Noble Group is a keynote speaking, coaching and consulting company that conducts workshops and training sessions.

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