Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market, with a thriving location in Claremont, is going public and hopes to raise $300 million in its initial public offering. The grocer, which offers natural and organic products from 157 stores across eight Western states, filed a Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday that mapped out its […]
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31 Flavors in La Verne has just added a new flavor in the form of new owner Said Rawani, who celebrated a grand reopening of the long-time 31 Flavors location in the new Von’s Center with a DJ, balloon artist, spinning Wheel of Fortune and La Verne’s very own Community Cheer Girls. “I love the […]
If you’re over 50, you probably remember Dr. David Reuben’s best-selling book, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But We’re Afraid to Ask,” which director Woody Allen later made into a movie. Well, Tony Ponzo and Mike Celeste, owners of, have written a just-released book, “Never Let Wall Street Steal Your Money […]
On Friday, the U.S. government was on the verge of shutting down over the breakdown of budget negotiations on Capitol Hill. Meanwhile, the European debt crisis worsened as Portugal became the third European nation after Greece and Ireland to request a financial bailout. Thus, it was no accident that nervous investors sent the spot price […]
For husband and wife Tony and Pat Ponzo and the father and son team of Mike and Tony Celeste, they don’t care if the market goes up, down or sideways. Although they live in San Dimas, Calif., 3,000 miles from Wall Street, their stock market picks and strategies, which they share with thousands of subscribers […]
No two words in real estate are probably less understood than the phrase “as is.”   On the surface, the meaning seems clear. As the seller, you’re telling the buyer that you’re unwilling to repair, remedy or improve any aspect of the property. As the buyer, you’re agreeing to purchase the property in its “as […]
As you watch the value of your property, home or retirement investment savings struggle in the current economy, you may be wondering about ways to protect your family in the event of an unforeseen event. One option you may not have considered is the purchase of a whole life insurance policy. It may not be […]