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Priceline.comJeff Hoffman thrives on turning big problems into even bigger business opportunities...

A good entrepreneur always has his or her eyes open to find that next great business idea.

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2015 Entrepreneur Of The Year® — Northern California

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Program provides an enduring legacy to Northern California leaders, recognizing their vision and impact.

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Blackhawk Network Holdings Inc.Talbott Roche has the team and the strategy to help Blackhawk Network dominate

How Blackhawk Network changed the way consumers buy gift cards

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Tips for craft brewers

With ever-growing market presence and seemingly limitless business potential, it’s no wonder small-scale brewers are jumping at the opportunity to start their own brewery and get their beer to the market.

How to get back on track

Biotech and life sciences companies are big business in today’s economy, but getting off the ground and beyond the early-stage growing pains can be a challenge.

ROT being stored by your company is putting you at risk for a data breach

ROT being stored by your company is putting you at risk for a data breach. Douglas C. Williams, CEO of Williams Data Management, explains.

What has the PCC done for your business lately?

Accounting and reporting requirements can be a significant burden for companies without the vast human and financial resources of larger enterprises. One organization is hard at work to make things just a bit more manageable for these middle market companies: The Private Company Council (PCC).

A look at what’s in store for the business community in 2016

Two hot topics California businesses will be thinking about as 2016 gets going are a minimum wage increase and a split property tax proposal for businesses that own real estate. Whether you view these changes as opportunities or challenges depends on your point of view, says JC Timmons, senior vice president, Southern California Corporate Banking, at Bridge Bank.