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Hale joins from the National Association of REALTORS®, where she worked as an economist and policy researcher during nearly a decade. Continue reading hires Danielle Hale as new chief economist at Property Portal Watch.

Rancho Santa Margarita resident, HOA at odds over drought-tolerant front lawn

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA Jeff Armbruster was just looking to replace his dying lawn and save a little money in the process. In April, the widowed father of three switched out the scraggly brown turf at his Rancho Santa Margarita home with rocks and succulents in an effort to earn a rebate through the Santa Margarita […]

Ex-Foothill coach Van Cleave is assistant coach at Mater Dei

Ex-Foothill head coach Rusty Van Cleave will be an assistant coach at Mater Dei this coming season. Mater Dei coach Gary McKnight in June invited Van Cleave to join the Monarchs staff. Van Cleave was formally added to the staff weeks later. Van Cleave resigned as Foothill’s coach in April. He coached the Knights for […]

Things to do at the OC Fair Thursday, July 27

Headed to the fair today? Here are a few things to do. Justin Moore & Tyler Rich Enjoy a live show by country singer Justin Moore as he performs a string of hits including “Small Town USA,” and ‘Til My Last Day.” In addition Tyler Rich, an upcoming country music star, will be performing his […]

Promotional Items: A Classic Method for Increasing Brand Awareness

While most folks consider promotional materials a luxury more than a necessity, there is good reason to believe that promotional materials do a lot more to build brand awareness than is typically believed. Fortune 500 companies and startup companies alike spend millions of dollars each year on promotional items. Show More Summary

Anaheim-based tow truck company assessed $4.9 million in back wages, penalties

An Orange County businessman and his son have been assessed $4.9 million in back wages and penalties for underpaying 187 workers at their auto towing companies in Anaheim and Oakland, the California Labor Commissioner announced Wednesday, July 26.

How to Prepare to Run Your Own Business While Still in School

You don’t have to wait to start preparing to run your own business. While you may not have the time, money, or skills while you're in school to begin your operation, that doesn’t mean you have to sit still. There are plenty of things you can do while in school to get yourself ready to run your own business. Show More Summary

This 3-Step B2B Marketing Plan Will Bring You More Sales

I get it: You’ve read your fair share of online articles about B2B marketing strategies, haven’t you? And if I’m guessing right, most of those write-ups are generic—borderline useless. You can’t imagine why anyone would even take the time to write such a piece. Show More Summary

The Art of SEO: How to Increase Your Search Ranking

SEO is a complicated and constantly evolving field that requires diligence to master. In order to succeed, plan to spend the necessary time to craft and implement your own SEO policy. If that is simply not possible, outsource the task...Show More Summary

Running out of options to overhaul Obamacare, Senate Republicans ponder a 'skinny' repeal

Unable to agree on a path forward to repealing the Affordable Care Act, Senate Republicans are reluctantly coalescing around what may be the last idea standing: a dramatically scaled-down bill that would leave most of the 2010 law in place. The so-called skinny repeal is still a work in progress,...

Gold Cup Is Often A Springboard To The World Cup For Best U.S. Players

Stuart Holden has a soft spot for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. "I love this tournament," the Fox Sports broadcaster and former national team midfielder said. "Any time you put on the national team jersey, it's an opportunity." Holden's first opportunity came in the 2009 Gold Cup and he made the most of...

Imax and Regal post declines as weak box office performance cuts movie theater earnings

A disappointing lineup of movies hampered second-quarter earnings for major movie theater companies Regal Entertainment Group and Imax Corp., which both reported financial results Wednesday. Imax reported a loss of $1.7 million, or 3 cents a share, during the three months that ended June 30, compared...

Trump Takes Victory Lap On Foxconn’s Plans For New US Factory

Foxconn says it will invest $10 billion in a plant that will create up to 13,000 jobs in Wisconsin. But the Chinese manufacturer has a poor record of following through. Donald Trump took credit on Wednesday for a new manufacturing plant that iPhone assembler Foxconn says it plans to build in Wisconsin. Read Full Story

Why Illinois Is In Trouble - 63,000 Public Employees With $100,000+ Salaries Cost Taxpayers $10 Billion

Authored by Adam Andrzejewski via, The 'Big Dogs' of local government in Illinois. Illinois is broke and continues to flirt with junk bond status. But the state’s financial woes aren’t stopping 63,000 government employeesShow More Summary

How Mobile Popups Can Significantly Increase Mobile Conversions

With more and more people using their smartphones and tablets to not only browse the internet, but also do online shopping and run important business and life activities, it's a good idea to make your website mobile-friendly. And that includes using mobile popups. However, Google recently announced some changes around mobile search results in 2017. Show More Summary

Foxconn To Get $230,000 In Incentives For Every Wisconsin Job Created

To much fanfare, President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced that Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn, best known for making the iPhone, will build a new plant producing LCD panels in Wisconsin that will bring thousands of jobs to the state. Show More Summary

Whicker: Tim Raines goes to Cooperstown, hoping he’s not the last Expo

Four buses from Montreal will get to Cooperstown on Saturday. They will bring fans of the Montreal Expos, a team that died and went to Washington in 2005, an idea that lives on. They will be there to see Tim “Rock” Raines, their beloved leadoff man and basepath commando, pass through the doors of the […]

Chargers begin training camp Sunday in Costa Mesa

The street leading into the newly relocated Los Angeles Chargers training camp in Costa Mesa is lined with team banners. One says ‘Fight for LA.’ Others read ‘Fight for Orange County’ and ‘Welcome to the Fight.’ “If one thing is clear about this area and the L.A. area, nothing is ever given to you,” said John […]

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