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'California's Split Personality' - Coastal Economy Brisk While Large Swath of the State Suffers

Pleased to note that the City Journal published a column which relies in part on our firm’s research about companies shifting their investments out of California to more business-friendly states and nations. 216 more words

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Future plans/ Graduate School After the Conclusion of the Au Pair Files

In my previous post I divulged that I have accepted an offer for a graduate program in the UK. Well, in a nut shell I shall try and explain everything if you care to read! 656 more words

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California: Awful Ranking in Business Tax Survey; How One Company Owner Said 'Goodbye'

The Tax Foundation issued its 2016 State Business Tax Climate Index, a highly respected report on the topic. For the fourth year in a row California ranks at No. 555 more words

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Attacked Uber Driver Says He Will Leave California Due To Trauma

SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) —  Edward Caban, the Uber drover who was shown being attacked by a passenger on a YouTube video that went viral last week, says he will leave California. 546 more words


Recommended Reading: 'Neither Olympics nor NFL will rescue Los Angeles'

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has gained unanimous approval from the 15-member City Council to pursue the 2024 Summer Olympics. Do they know how much the city will spend over the next nine years to land and, possibly, host those games? 435 more words

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Getting up and leaving California to Live in France and well just travel!

I have been following some of Damon and Jo’s videos on youtube for a little while now and when I first saw this video I thought, OMG this is ME! 615 more words

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From a Packed Place to an Empty Space!

“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” -Anais Nin

An entire day was spent with the moving van hauling all my belongings into their big-ass truck (my little stuff only took up about 1/4 of the thing) and then – poof – they were gone, saying “See you in Nashville!” So weird! 673 more words