Stories on how the communities will be recovering in the weeks, months and years after the massive October 2017 wildfires.
Journal’s recipients will be recognized at a luncheon Oct. 26
"(T)he most common thing that happens when someone dies without a will (or trust) is nothing. No one really knows what to do,” says a Napa-based estate-planning attorney. Here's how to protect your wishes for your property and other assets.
Passing without a will, as singer Aretha Franklin did recently, creates unnecessary hassles and enormous expense for one’s heirs. Yet, 2 out of 5 Americans over 45 do not have a will, writes Heather Belli of Willow Creek Wealth Management.
Nearly a year after the October 2017 firestorm, business leaders are choosing various ways for acknowledging the day. Some have planned activities for their employees. Others are quietly remembering the day. Still others see it as another day in an ongoing healing process.
North Bay Business Journal talks with cybersecurity expert David Trepp of BPM about the realities of defending against hacking and other attacks against sensitive company information.
Experts at the Cybersecurity Conference on Sept. 28 will be talking IT strategies you can use to help lower the risk of and damage from business loss, customer data breaches and drained finances.