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Genesis of Glendale and Glendale Hyundai

Glendale, CA 91204 (Pacific Edison area)

  • Accurately complete and submit all financing paperwork to finance sources.
  • This qualified candidate must possess automotive finance and insurance experience and…


The Hiring Advisors

Los Angeles, CA 90012



$140,000 – $175,000 a year

  • 7 + years of corporate finance experience within the consumer products, food manufacturing and/or distribution sectors.
  • Data modeling (P&L and cash flow).


Property Management Associates

Los Angeles, CA 90019 (Mid City area)



$100,000 – $130,000 a year

Commercial property management: 10 years

Bachelor’s

  • Commercial property management: 10 years (Required).
  • Strong knowledge of finance, building management, systems, and operations.
  • Ability to travel for business.
  • Strong computer and 10 key skills.
  • Employment Type: Full-Time Regular.
  • 1st Century Bank, a division of MidFirst Bank, is a full service Los Angeles
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How To Optimize Business Intelligence In The New Remote Workforce Landscape

Ted Sergott, EVP, Product Development at PRO Unlimited, is responsible for all aspects of PRO’s Vendor Management System, Wand.

In just a few months, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the candidate sourcing and talent landscape. According to a Gallup poll, 70% of the workforce was always or sometimes working remotely in April 2020.

Workers and organizations have had to adjust to this “new normal,” which offers both challenges and opportunities. For savvy organizations, one such opportunity is the ability to source contingent job positions in previously untapped locations, which can open up possibilities to lower costs, reduce fill times, and increase talent levels and diversity.

Remote Work And Business Intelligence: The New Landscape

Let’s say your company has been hiring primarily on the West Coast. Now that Covid-19 has ushered in a “new normal,” many employees in these areas have successfully been working remotely.

So, as you hire

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Business Intelligence Definition | What is Business Intelligence?

What is Business Intelligence?
At Teradata business intelligence is viewed as a way for businesses to avoid the less-than-helpful results of inaccurate, insufficient data analysis using a procedural and technical infrastructure that collects, stores, and analyzes data produced by a company’s activities. BI is a broad term that encompasses data mining, process analysis, performance benchmarking, and descriptive analytics. BI parses all the data generated by a business and presents easy-to-digest reports, performance measures, and trends driving management decisions. Business intelligence addresses the needs of casual users, including executives, managers, front-line workers, customers and suppliers. It delivers reports, dashboards and scorecards that are tailored to each user’s role and populated with metrics aligned with strategic objectives and goals. This top-down style is powered by a classic data warehousing structure that consolidates enterprise data and enforces information consistency by transforming shared data into a common data model (schema) and BI semantic layer

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Making Time for Professional Development When Owning a Business


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This article was written by Alex Sixt, a member of the Entrepreneur NEXT powered by Assemble content team. Entrepreneur NEXT is our Expert solutions division leading the future of work and skills-based economy. If you’re struggling to find, vet, and hire the right Experts for your business, Entrepreneur NEXT is a platform to help you hire the experts you need, exactly when you need them. From business to marketing, sales, design, finance, and technology, we have the top 3 percent of Experts ready to work for you.

Whether you’ve been a business owner for years, or you’ve just begun your journey into entrepreneurship, professional development is likely one of the last tasks on your mind. With so many business needs pulling you in multiple directions, it can be easy to forget to spend time developing yourself.

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Wildfire Insurance Crisis for California Homeowners

Firefighters monitoring California wildfire (Credit: Anda Chu/MediaNews Group/East Bay Times via Getty Images)
Firefighters monitoring California wildfire (Credit: Anda Chu/MediaNews Group/East Bay Times via Getty Images)

Homeowners in fire-prone areas of California may soon find there’s no one to insure their properties.

Last year, the state barred insurance companies from canceling policies on about 800,000 homes in or near areas with a high risk of wildfires. That ban is set to expire soon and there’s no way to renew it, according to the New York Times.

Insurance companies, which have been financially battered by huge payouts in high-risk areas, are expected to continue pulling out of them unless California officials allow them to raise rates.

“The marketplace has largely collapsed” in those high-risk areas, Graham Knaus, executive director of the California State Association of Counties, which has lobbied state lawmakers on the matter, told the Times. “It’s a very large geographic area of the state that is facing this.”

California wildfires have killed

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3 things to consider before you pivot your business model

When Ross asked Rachel and Chandler (Friends TV show 1994-2004) to move a couch, many of us will never forget his voice inflection and how many times he yelled “PIVOT”! It’s actually a really funny scene and if you’ve never seen it, it might be worth 3.5 minutes of your time. Ross had the best of intentions by starting with a sketch and enlisting help from friends but even that ends up in hilarity as getting his couch in to his apartment doesn’t work and he ends up being offered $4 when he tries to return it (stay for the end of the clip).

The best plans and intentions for your business are often met with what the market and customers demand, where technology grows, and where your ROI is the best. You often know that your original plans will grow and evolve, even in uncertainty and now… a global

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Why Right Now Is the Best Time Ever to Start a Business


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“I am really concerned about starting a new company right now. I think the world is too unstable and it’s just too risky,” a very close friend of mine was relaying to me the other day. “I have a job. I don’t want to voluntarily quit, have my company fail and then struggle to find something on the other side.”

“You need to look at things differently,” I responded. “You need to look at the extraordinary opportunities and the lower barriers to entry for starting a company right now. You can have access to people and talent that you would not have had previously.” 

“Yes, I know, but I am still worried,” my friend immediately responded. “I guess I want to have my cake and eat it.” 

As technology futurist Kevin Kelly would say, right now

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What Can Business Intelligence Do for Your Business?

In the modern business environment, big data is king. But data in itself doesn’t determine whether a business will succeed or not, it must be organized and contextualized in such a way that valuable insights can be gleaned and acted on.

Learn how advanced BI tools can automate this process, integrating evolving technologies like machine learning to help organizations respond to changing conditions articulated by the data they gather.

What is business intelligence?

Business intelligence, or BI, is the process by which organizations collect, organize and contextualize data, often using visualizations to make it easy to understand data-driven insights at a glance. The term originated in the 1960s and has expanded in meaning; today, BI refers to a wide range of data-related activities, including data mining, reporting, visualization, and querying.

“Business intelligence can mean something different at each company, but at the core of it, the BI team is responsible

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How to Make Smart Bets in Business


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Business is full of bets, especially where investing is concerned. If you’re interested in rolling the dice by purchasing a business, making an angel investment in a startup or even allocating your hard-earned money for your first employee, it’s important to know what makes a smart bet and how to protect yourself from a worst-case scenario. It’s worth stating that even deciding to go into a business of your own is a form of a bet, and merits the same type of background due-diligence.

This may require testing or gaining new knowledge, but a thorough understanding is critical, especially with glaring statistics regarding the failure rate for startups at a whopping 50 percent, according to Small Biz Genius. With statistics like these, there’s no way to ensure success. However,  there are definitely ways to think through

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The Best Self-Service Business Intelligence (BI) Tools

Today’s organizations are being flooded with new data from all directions and executives are expected to make smarter decisions with that information. While small to midsize businesses (SMBs) may find using Microsoft Excel a convenient receptacle for data during their early days will soon realize that spreadsheets, however, are blunt and insufficient to deal with this kind high volumes of data. There’s now a new crop of business intelligence (BI) tools to fill the gap. These tools combine all of the sophisticated data hooks on the back end with a new style of front end that combines ease of use with things such as natural language querying to make using BI accessible to anyone. These tools also provide new data visualization capabilities that let you turn your insights into clear and easily parsed graphics to help co-workers understand your discoveries.

Spreadsheets also fall down when the data isn’t well-structured or

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