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Turkish AirlinesFatma Yuceler looks at every opportunity to help Turkish Airlines grow its presence...

Fatma Yuceler had some work to do in order to build a stronger presence for Turkish Airlines in Los Angeles.

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EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2014 Greater Los Angeles Awards

Since 1986, EY has celebrated the entrepreneurial spirit of men and women who have followed and achieved their dreams. These […]

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Jet Edge InternationalBill Papariella is finding a new groove as he pilots Jet Edge International to lead...

Bill Papariella faced the end of one dream, but it only gave him more energy for the pursuit of his next venture. See how it has propelled the growth of Jet Edge International.

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EY Greater Los AngelesPatrick Niemann will do whatever it takes to show his people at EY that he has their...

Patrick Niemann discovered the value of being able to work with others early in life. As the 10th of 11 […]

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Insights

Why relationship building is more important than ever in advertising

Advertising in the 21st century is an interactive experience, and any business that fails to buy into this new reality does so at its own risk.

Entity choice is an important decision for any inbound franchise business

You’ve built a successful business model and now you want to bring it to the U.S. Whether your goal is to take a large chunk of the market and build a lasting U.S. presence, or just funnel profits back to your home country, there are tax implications you need to consider.

How commercial card creates efficiency for purchasing processes

Commercial card, a program that is sometimes called purchasing, travel or fleet card, has become a hot product as companies realize how it can create efficiencies within their organization.

The state’s new minimum wage law may cause employers to fret a bit

On July 1, California’s minimum wage increased to $9 per hour — but there are some related issues that could have a larger impact on businesses than the increase in wages.

Consider if you want to reorganize or liquidate when bankruptcy looms

Bankruptcy is a unique tool that companies can use to restructure their debt. If creditors are getting aggressive, a company may decide to file Chapter 7, but with Chapter 11, the officers, directors and investors believe there is a business worth saving and they can reorganize the company.