Immigration Conundrum: What’s Right for Workers and Business?

Another chapter in the book on immigration reform in the United States was written recently. In a 65-page brief, the Justice Department urged the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse a hold

Did You Pay Too Much Income Tax This Year? Probably.

April 15th is America’s day of anxiety. Tax day – when the often voluminous tax forms must be filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – forces individuals and businesses to harness their financial

3 Ways Toyota Rocks The Party: How to Build Loyal Brand Followings

Toyota recently celebrated its ten year reign as the Hispanic market’s favorite automaker by throwing a blowout party and launching a gratitude campaign, “Mas Que Un Auto” (“More Than A Car”), in which customers

6 Benefits of Innovative Cultural Leadership

“Officers eat last,” was Lieutenant George Flynn’s immediate reply when leadership expert Simon Sinek asked why Marine Corps culture is so great. In that moment the Commanding General of the US Marine Corps Combat

March Howls: Punishing Snowfall Imperils Roofs

As of March 4th, 2015, more than 40% of the nation shivered under the latest winter storm watch, warning or advisory, according to National Weather Service meteorologists. This latest band of severe weather threatened