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  • Reaching out, one interview at a time

    Reaching out, one interview at a time
    The couple on the bench in front of the basketball courts looked approachable enough — more ready for a conversation than the shirtless men who hustled behind them under the net. The woman busied herself with a Mitch Albom book, while her partner...
  • $920,000: Economic development incentives

    Editor's note: This is part of an everyday series exploring individual line items in state and local budgets. Read the entire series at www.dailypress.com/watchdog. ISLE OF WIGHT — As part of Isle of Wight's efforts to attract larger businesses to...
  • Flexer attends Working Family Summit in Washington

    State Rep. Mae Flexer (D-44) joined local, state and large and small business leaders from across the country for the first White House Summit on Working Families on June 23. They came together to discuss a range of issues affecting working families and...
  • Disney Picks 11 Tech and Media Firms for Startup-Accelerator Program

    Disney has announced 11 technology and media startups that will participate in the Disney Accelerator incubator and investment program, designed to provide entrepreneurs access to top execs and resources -- and give the Mouse House access to up-and-coming...
  • U.S., Amex duel at antitrust trial over credit card fees

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - American Express Co has hindered price competition in the U.S. credit card market and prevented merchants and consumers from reaping cost savings, a lawyer for the U.S. government said on Monday during the first day of a trial in...
  • Women business owners level-up the message

    Women business owners level-up the message
    Who: Joyce Hunter, of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, president/owner of The Florida Printing Group Inc., was inducted as president of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Fort Lauderdale chapter, May 5. Hunter's wholesale printing firm translates...
  • Taking a small business from a storefront to online: A look back one year later

    For designer Amanda Carroll, her "aha" moment came a year ago in July, when she suddenly saw her decade-plus-old business, Bead Boutique, the way a customer might. She had a "Sage" sign in her storefront window. That's the name of her jewelry design...
  • No request too large � or small � for ritzy personal concierges

    An annual membership to Element Lifestyle's luxury concierge services will set you back $36,000. But for that sum, a member or his or her executive assistant can get 24/7 support for any and all (legal) requests. On Element's fulfilled list: organizing a...
  • Commentary: Newport is fiscally sound, and council intends to keep it that way

    Two years into a four-year Newport Beach City Council term, it is not unusual for me to still feel like "the new guy." But in those two years, I've had opportunities to contribute to many city committee and council efforts and have added to my existing...
  • Magazine idea really takes off

    The chance to showcase Newport News to some 6.5 million US Airways passengers seems to be exciting businesses and nonprofits here. US Airways Magazine's plans for a 20-page section have turned into Newport News groups delivering enough information and...
  • Mailbag: Councils' motto is 'Build, baby, build!'

    Re. "Westside makeover continues," (June 27): I'm grateful to the Daily Pilot for such stories as the one featured on the front page regarding a 60-unit live-work development rising right on the border of Costa mesa and Newport Beach. I'm grateful...