Metis, a Pacific Northwest M&A advisory firm specializing in the hospitality, wine, and beverage alcohol industries, today announced it opened a new office in Portland, Ore. With offices already in Seattle and Walla Walla, this new office and expanded local team increases Metis' commitment to the Oregon market, bringing time-tested strategic advisory services closer to Oregon business owners. The office is headed by Managing Director Andy Steinman and Associate Jessica Leung.
Hackers use programs to apply stolen data in a flood of login attempts, called "credential stuffing." These days, more than 90% of e-commerce sites' global login traffic comes from these attacks. The airline and consumer banking industries are also under siege, with about 60% of login attempts coming from criminals.
The Napa County Planning Commission postponed a hearing on a proposed warehouse following a labor union's call for more research on how the project might affect the California red-legged frog, Swainson's hawk and other wildlife
The family that owns the Kendall-Jackson wine empire has unveiled plans to build nearly 100 homes on the former Wikiup Golf Course, converting half of the 31-acre property into a housing development. The remaining half of the property, renamed Wikiup Commons, would be dedicated to open space or parkland, including a possible trail along Mark West Creek.
In late June, Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 100 Best Wine Restaurants 2018 hit newsstands. For this year's recipients, the 100 wines were selected from 59 different restaurants! In honor of the issue, the magazine hosted a panel at the Landmark 57th West to discuss all things wine with top individuals in the industry.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) set up a dispute panel on Friday to rule on a U.S. complaint against restrictions in Canada's province of British Columbia on wine sales in grocery stores, a WTO official said
When it comes to the wine drinkers of tomorrow, what will a looming demographic switch mean for those who make Napa's staple drink today? A panel of analysts broached the question at the California Association of Winegrape Growers' summer conference ....