Anil K. Puri and Mira Farka make a case for economic recovery during the annual Economic Forecast Conference, sponsored by Mihyalo College of Business and Economics and the Orange County Business Council.
Michael LaCour-Little answers questions about the California's residential real estate market. He says that while home prices are rising slightly, the inventory of the foreclosure process continues to grow.
Joseph Greco, who keeps a close watch on the global situation as it affects trade, business development and opportunities for outsourcing, discusses the current global economy and what it means for American businesses.
Though the benefits to doing business in China are numerous, Joseph Greco offers companies cautionary advice, based on research conducted by the university's Center for the Study of Emerging Markets.
Weili Lu, director of CSUF's Center for Insurance Studies, discusses the business of insurance and upcoming regulation related to the field, and how the insurance industry is doing in the current economic climate.
John B. Jackson discusses how social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, have replaced the water cooler and how employers could use it to, among other things, find perspective employees in the future.