Articles & Presentations

Recent articles and presentations from RSJ

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“Five Eyes on the Fence: Human Capital” Featured on RBI Website

RSJ founding partner Tony Rose is not just an experienced accountant, he is also the author of two books: “Say Hello the Elephants” and “Five Eyes on the Fence.” His thesis tha

Jake Jacobs Named One of the Valley Top 200

Jake Jacobs featured in SFVBJ Top 200   The San Fernando Valley Business Journal has named RSJ Senior Partner Jake Jacobs as one of the Valley Top 200 Influential Leaders of the Year! Click grap

“Quadrant Two: Solutions” Appears in September 2014 Issue of Business World

RSJ Partner Tony Rose’s article was featured in the September 2014 issue of “Business World,” published by Russell Bedford International. This is the second of four articles to be presented in c

Article Featured in the September Issue of Valley Lawyer

We are thrilled to share this article by Founding Partner, Tony A. Rose, which is featured in this month’s issue of Valley Lawyer. Valley Lawyer is published 12 times a year by the San Fernando

Jake Jacobs Featured in San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s “Power Accountants” Issue (May 30, 2016)

Jake Jacobs, featured “Power Accountant” in San Fernando Valley Business Journal We are thrilled to share this special issue of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal featuring the Valle

Tony Rose Featured in San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s Accounting Issue

We are thrilled to share that Founding Partner, Tony A. Rose is featured in the current issue of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal as part of the publications special report on Accounting. &

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Say Hello to the Elephants Quadrant One: Clarity

This article by Tony A. Rose first appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of Business World magazine, a publication by Russell Bedford International. The elephant in the room – English idiom meaning that

Tony Rose Guest Speaker at Otis

Founding partner Tony Rose recently guest spoke at Otis College of Art and Design in Westchester. He challenged Communication Arts and Advertising Design students in John White’s class to assess