By Bradford L. Hall, NSA Main Street Practitioner August 1, 2018 The recently signed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act brought about the most comprehensive reform to the tax code in quite some time. From tax bracket changes to deduction eliminations, there are many provisions that will impact businesses in 2018. Some of the more significant implications [...]
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The [New York] Times They Are A Changin' The more things change, the more they stay the same. Isn’t that how the adage goes? Pleated pants? Miniskirts? They went from all the rage to outrageous – and back again. When it comes to the media, however, this concept has no relevance, as the more things [...]
Client Spotlight When Dignity Memorial entered our public relations universe in 2017, the agency already had been working for many years for Fairhaven Memorial, which was acquired by Service Corporation Inc. (SCI), and earlier for another Orange County mortuary. So, HKA was well-suited to tackle SCI’s Orange County-Northern San Diego County region, comprised of [...]
Q2 2018 in Review Glory Road Gloria Hale is a woman who knows cars – inside and out. Backwards and forwards – from the front fender to the back bumper. But, she knew little about websites and realized that if her new company, Glorious Motor Cars, was going to find more customers, she’d better [...]
The days of window shopping at the local mall are numbered. The global, internet-driven marketplace features thousands of businesses that live online. Their customers live there, too. Websites have become modern-day storefronts – mannequins and all – and must be striking, relevant and current to entice today’s customers. A well-designed website can attract and convert [...]
Executive PRspective The [New York] Times They Are A Changin' I’m concerned. I think a lot about the media because I’m a consumer of news. I read, I watch, I listen. I also do this, because as PR professionals, we interact with media daily. It’s our business. Finally, I do this wearing my former-journalist [...]
By Lilian Vazquez, KVCR FM June 14, 2018 KVCR: I’ll talk with Jennifer O’Farrell. She’s the executive director of Big Brother’s Big Sisters of the Inland Empire. We’ll talk in detail about the organization, what it takes to be a mentor, and other ways to get involved. She’ll share how a one-to-one mentorship can change [...]
By Ben Brazil, Daily Pilot June 1, 2018 More than two-thirds of Orange County teenagers experience some kind of dating abuse, according to a recent study by Chapman University researchers. The study was completed for Laura’s House, a Ladera Ranch-based nonprofit that provides domestic violence-related services to local residents. Jennifer Ponce, prevention education manager of [...]
By Christine Kim, NBC4 May 28, 2018 NBC4: American servicemen and women and their family and friends today commemorate the sacrifices made by those killed in action. It’s one of the many ways to make sure our local heroes who are lost are never forgotten. What made this ceremony really special is that it was [...]
By Troy Wolverton, Business Insider May 10, 2018 Graphics chipmaker Nvidia pulled the curtain back on its bitcoin mining-related business for the first time on Thursday. But the real game-changing opportunity for Nvidia is not inside the crowded cryptocurrency mines — it's in the wide open field of artificial intelligence. So says Benjamin Lau, the chief investment [...]