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Be Good, Be Profitable. Be Socially Conscious

Socially conscious, social entrepreneurship, and corporate sustainability. We hear these words together a lot, and with good reason. Social entrepreneurship requires businesses to be socially conscious—and, if deemed so appropriately, these business will likely have corporate sustainability, or long-term value through a "green" strategy supporting the natural environment and considering every dimension of how a business operates in the social, cultural, and economic environment.

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Statement regarding the terrible death of George Floyd and the BLM movement

The United States has been rocked recently by the senseless death of George Floyd. Unfortunately, George’s death has not been the first of preventable deaths caused by the police in recent years, therefore his death magnified many of the problems the country faces with regards to police brutality against the Black community. I want to […]

How Banks Can Begin to Regain Consumer Trust

Since the financial crisis of 2007/8 rocked the world of finance and real estate the public perception of big banks is still largely dominated by negative perceptions by consumers and these days banks are constantly struggling to regain the trust of their customers, from offering incentives to sign up and so on. The statistics are […]

The Highest Paid Summer Internship Programs for College Students

The weather is undoubtedly getting warmer which means Summer is quickly approaching. For those of you who are in your junior or senior year of college, this likely means securing a summer internship in order to get a step ahead in your job search in the years to come. Working a summer internship is a […]

This Week in Finance

Wow, another week has passed us by and the market is ever changing. This week there was quite a lot going on so let’s dive in! Here are my top investment articles of the week. * The Rise Of A New Asset Class: A Home Ownership Investment via Forbes by Omri Barzilay * Financial experts to […]

Topic of the Day: Bank Transactions, Small and Large

The other day I went into a local bank in Beverly hills. It was a bank that I do not have an account at, but I was going there to direct deposit money into two separate accounts of people that I am doing business with. I was depositing a $100,000 check for an investment and […]

Apps to Help Millennials Invest Smarter

The world of investing can be confusing for beginners. Do you want to take a big risk in hopes of a large return? Or do you want to play it safe and invest in stock that has a steady rise pattern? Ultimately, it is up to you to decide what you are comfortable with but […]

Is it Smart for a Business to Take a Public Stance on Politics?

In the first week of Donald Trump’s presidency he has signed a whopping 17 presidential executive orders, many of which have been met with extreme backlash from the left and high praise from the right. The controversial orders have affected business in a new and interesting way. The CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick and the […]

What’s New in the Investment World this Week

It has been almost a full week since President Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. Many have found themselves wondering what this will mean for their finances and investments. As always, I like to stay informed, so here are my top 5 picks for finance articles of the […]

Top 5 Business Articles of the Week

Every week I make sure to read multiple articles from a plethora of news and tech websites to stay up to date with what is going on in the business and entrepreneurial world. This week I chose my top 5 to share with you! Venus Williams inspirational story of how and why she became an […]

Why You Need to Host in Person Weekly Meetings

Since millennials have entered the workforce many businesses have opted out of standard in-office procedures and are allowing employees to work remotely. In many instances this saves both the business and the employee both time and money. Occasionally however, intent and clarity can be lost in a jumble of emails, phone calls, and texts. I […]