At the core of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO)‘s mission is an unrelenting commitment to helping entrepreneurs learn and grow in every stage, both personally and professionally. Businesses are facing unprecedented challenges due to both Covid-19 restrictions and protests against police brutality. We asked Emily Lazration from CoverWallet, a tech company that makes it easy for businesses to understand, buy and manage commercial insurance online, what steps business owners should take if their company is the victim of a physical or cyber crime. Here’s what she shared:
Imagine arriving at your business one morning to find it broken into and damaged. This is an unfortunate reality for many small business owners. Despite taking reasonable preventative measures, your business could still be the victim of a crime.
How to deal with burglary and vandalism
So, what should you do if you find yourself in this situation?
- Call the police immediately. As
If you believe in curses then you’ve got to be wondering if there’s a hex on the beloved TV musical series “Glee,” staggered over the years by untimely deaths of its cast and crew. Now comes the latest tragedy: the presumed drowning of Naya Rivera.
Investigators continued their search and recovery efforts for Rivera, 33, best known as the snarky Santana Lopez on the show, Thursday at a reservoir 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles in the Los Padres National Forest by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office.
Rivera disappeared in the waters of Lake Piru on Wednesday after she and her 4-year-old son, Josey Dorsey, rented a pontoon boat at the popular recreational destination, said Capt. Eric Buschow, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office. Authorities also said Rivera had been to the lake in the past.