All posts tagged "trade"
Trump Administration’s trade war hasn’t hit the Inland Empire … yet
A 15 percent drop in imports at the Port of Los Angeles could be looming, and that would hurt the loyal logistics industry, if it happens. The Trump Administration’s trade war with China heated up last week...
- Posted July 16, 2018
Program designed to help Inland Empire high school students
Started 18 months ago, International Business Partners already has several of its students attending college. Now it hopes to get bigger. A year and a half ago, Eddy Sumar put together a program for the Riverside Virtual...
- Posted November 27, 2017
State cap and trade extension draws mixed reaction
Supporters say it will be good for the environment, but others fear the damage it could do to businesses and working families. Earlier this month, the state legislature handed Gov. Jerry Brown a major victory when it...
- Posted July 31, 2017
Fred Latuperissa spreads the gospel of international trade
The head of the U.S. Commerce Department’s trade office in the Inland Empire wants all local businesses to know about the potential of overseas markets. Although he tends to keep a low profile, Fred Latuperissa probably belongs...
- Posted March 6, 2017
Classes Point Inland Empire High School Students Toward International Trade
International Business Pathway began this month with 15 students at the Riverside Virtual School. The two men who created the program, which stresses logistics, hope it becomes part of the Riverside Unified School District’s regular curriculum. Eddy...
- Posted September 12, 2016
Manual Billing Processes Outdated, Says AR Automation Firm
According to information research firm Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), 50 percent of all American businesses still use antiquated manual processes to manage their accounts receivable; sticky notes, spreadsheets and other outmoded accounting tools are...
- Posted June 7, 2016