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Investment firm continues to see growth based on relationships

Investment firm continues to see growth based on relationships

STOCKTON — Larry Watts has made a career based on relationships. Business based on relationships is what drew Watts, a Branch Manager and Senior Vice President/Investments, to Stifel (pronounced stee-ful),…

Hushaw joins Oak Valley Community Bank as VP

Hushaw joins Oak Valley Community Bank as VP

Oak Valley Community Bank has hired Jeff Hushaw as its new Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer. Hushaw, who will be based at the Oakdale location, has more than 30 years…

Special Needs Trusts help ensure continued support for disabled clients

Special Needs Trusts help ensure continued support for disabled clients

By PATRICIA REYNOLDS Business Journal writer MODESTO—Julie Rogers worries about being able to financially provide for her 7-year-old disabled grandson, Eric Pierce, especially after he reaches adulthood. As the boy’s…

CEO of BAC joins community bankers in meeting with Trump

CEO of BAC joins community bankers in meeting with Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. – BAC Community Bank CEO William R. Trezza is one of more than 100 bankers meeting with President Donald Trump this week about community banking. The Independent Community…

First aid expenses’ effect on workers’ comp

First aid expenses’ effect on workers’ comp

If you are a business owner and required to purchase workers’ comp insurance, then you might know a thing or two about experience modifications. If not, it’s important to know…

Brookside Country Club embezzler gets four years in prison

Brookside Country Club embezzler gets four years in prison

STOCKTON — The former controller for Brookside Country Club, who pleaded guilty to embezzlement, was sentenced to four years in prison Tuesday. Charlotte Hendry, 51, stole $615,828.10 from the country…

Workers comp landscape changes in 2017

Workers comp landscape changes in 2017

If you missed the quiet passage of legislation changing California’s workers comp law last summer, you were not the only one. The fallout from the Aug. 26 signing of Assembly…

Bookkeeper faces prison for $277,000 theft

STOCKTON — A San Joaquin County bookkeeper is in jail after pleading guilty to charges related to embezzlement from Zuckerman Farms, according to the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s office.…

Lodi bookkeeper sentenced to prison

Lodi bookkeeper sentenced to prison

STOCKTON — A former Lodi bookkeeper who admitted to embezzling more than $900,000 from her company, 3D Electric Co Inc., was sentenced to more than three years in prison Thursday.…

How to share your business’s financial data with your workers

How to share your business’s financial data with your workers

A recent study by the human resources consulting firm, Robert Half International, found that companies are becoming less tight-lipped about their finances, at least with their own staff. Just four…

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