News Articles with Topic: Business
The most promising startup as judged by Angel Investors will receive over $100,000 in investment
Startups backed by venture capital pay more taxes when organized as corporations versus LLCs
When it comes to avoiding reputational costs of economic policy controls, there is safety in numbers. That’s the finding of a recent study of capital controls, or government restrictions on the cross-border movement of money and capital. The researchers assert it’s one of the most systematic studies yet of the...
Region is outperforming along multiple measures
A $450,000 grant lets UCR continue helping clean energy entrepreneurs advance their ideas
Weak spot: labor market lags other parts of the economy
Beverly Bailey knows a thing or two about building things. As a student at Riverside City College, she helped her boyfriend Scott hang patio covers on the weekends. When she turned 20, she bought and ran a small café in Chino, putting her entrepreneurial spirit to the test as she...
Pandemic underscores essential quality of life need for arts, entertainment
Vaccine rollout, easing of public health mandates boosts local economic outlook
The tactic can be useful with very skilled employees and independent projects
March 8, President Biden was set to sign into law the American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus that will provide $1,400 checks to millions of low- and middle-income Americans, new child tax benefits, and extend unemployment payments. It also includes a restaurant rescue fund, money for reopening schools...
The post-pandemic cruise industry should plan ticket sales to attract loyalists, who book early in advance and are less price sensitive
The California labor market is recovering but rate of job growth has slowed
These Highlanders graduated in the last economic recession. Here’s their advice for the class of 2020
Alumni that graduated during the last economic recession have unanimous advice for recent grads: The first job does not define you