Many stereotypes have been associated with private equity firms, such as reducing employee count to save costs, shutting down locations and making decisions only on financial metrics.
Most businesses know their people are their biggest assets, but in today’s tech-crazed world, people also can be businesses’ weakest links when it comes to IT and cybersecurity concerns.
Nearly half of Americans (45%) said Wi-Fi is more important to their daily lives than transportation. As businesses continue to shore up remote and hybrid workspaces, cybersecurity practices are more vital than ever.
Small business owners have had to make some significant decisions and changes in the past two years — among the most common: increasing remote work capabilities — yet many still are reluctant to upgrade their technology.
When it comes to offering health benefits to employees, every employer has two primary goals: improve coverage and lower costs.
As you open your favorite beverage on Earth Day, take a moment to look at the cap. Maybe you’ll see a new message to remind you to recycle that bottle with the cap on. If not, you soon will.
Cryptocurrency continues to be a hot topic of conversation as its popularity grows globally. In recent months, cryptocurrency made headlines from Super Bowl ad placements to world powers responding to the invasion of Ukraine by freezing Russia’s crypto assets, virtually cutting them off from a significant portion of the international economy.
Some businesses have found they can benefit from creating a “captive” insurance company — one they own and fund.
I’ve been in the construction industry for more than three decades. During my time, I’ve had the privilege to work with some incredible people and had a front-row seat as the industry changed, improved and evolved.
In the world of hospice care, there’s a phrase that surfaces all too often: “It always seems too soon until it’s too late.”
While the past two years brought an unprecedented array of challenges, a local technology business has found an edge (and a key to growth) through a non-technology solution–focused approach on people and relationships.
Tax time is upon us, and with the tumultuous season we had last year, many people are wondering what to expect for filing in 2022. Will there be delays in returns? Are there any new laws in place? What is the quickest way to file?
As we closed out 2021, the residential market was marked by healthy price gains for owners and sellers, historically low interest rates for buyers and a continued sentiment of “appreciation for home.”
In the past decade, technology has changed to benefit its users and make the world more fast-paced than ever.
Across many industries and building types, the pace of construction projects is increasing due to the high demand for new space.
COVID-19 has been a catalyst for countless sudden changes to everyday life.
Whether you’re working in real estate, banking and finance, health care or any other industry, giving a gift to a client can be tricky.
The world’s population of elderly people, those age 70 and older, will sharply increase as baby boomers enter this age bracket.
No one can predict the future, but if we could, it would make certain risks we take in our lives, such as running a business, much less nerve racking.
With younger generations delaying homeownership, real estate developers and lenders are increasingly investing in multifamily residential developments to accommodate the trend.