Insights

Why it makes good business sense for schools to earn their accreditation

A recent report by Bloomberg Businessweek found that the number of smaller business schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) — many of them based outside the U.S. — has skyrocketed in recent years.

How a few simple controls can make the difference in fraud prevention

By and far, the most pervasive fraud risks to companies are cybercrime and internal fraud, so it's important for companies to take steps to better protect themselves from these risks.

What to do when your company is named in a personal injury lawsuit

Owners of midsize or growing businesses often overlook the simple things that, if done up front, would help them avoid a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.

Why today’s workforce needs liberal arts educated critical thinkers

Critical thinking is a major component of business for innovation, product services, manufacturing processes, business models and more, which all create value for customers. As a matter of fact, in a survey conducted by the Association of American Colleges and Universities, nearly all employer respondents said a demonstrated capacity for thinking critically is more important […]

How to consider what you’ll leave behind with a family-owned business

When you run a family business, you must make sure you’re considering the legacy you’ll leave behind for your children. That’s something Betty Uribe, Ed.D., Executive Vice President at California Bank & Trust, has firsthand experience with. She inherited a South American transportation business from her father, which she ran for several years from California […]