Job duties for the business liaison position include working with local businesses, overseeing and soliciting BAPA business memberships and special event sponsorship, developing and presenting business programs, partnering with community organizations on business promotions, publications sales support and helping to staff BAPA special events like the Ridge Run and Beverly Hills Cycling Classic. … [Read more...] about BAPA Hiring Business Liaison
“Gap Inc.’s plan to terminate its spin of Old Navy reflects the challenges presented by the cost and complexity of splitting the business in the face of weaker operating results,” Christina Boni, vice president of Moody’s credit rating agency, said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Gap Inc. calls off plans to spin off Old Navy
Louisa Coyle, owner of Crafts with Laughs, blends art and community in a casual studio where she and assistant Kristin McKinley work with guests to create unique, and functional crafts using wooden pallets, paints, stencils and other tools of the trade. Coyle says its fun to see people who think they have no artistic talent walk away with something they are proud to display. … [Read more...] about Creative Women Business Owners Inspire Art, Culture and Community
Park goers without a smartphone can join a group by getting an old-fashioned paper ticket from one of two kiosks in the park. The paper ticket will show the number for the boarding group. Display screens in the park will notify guests when it’s time to board. … [Read more...] about Disneyland’s Rise of the Resistance ride is opening. How bad will the crowds be?
The fine was prompted, in part, by the complaint of a passenger with cerebral palsy who was forced to crawl out of a United jetliner because airline crew failed to provide him with a special wheelchair that he requested. The airline publicly apologized to the flier and promised to invest in new technology to more quickly provide passengers wheelchairs on planes and in terminals. … [Read more...] about Airlines are paying fewer fines. Is the government letting them off the hook?