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Cup holders, like robo-capability, matter whether or not they should.

How the new RIA competition is akin to the cup-holder dilemma for automakers
Many robo-innovations are superficial but are nonetheless looked for by investors as a sign of substance

Thursday 9.18.14
Brooke Southall: We all live in glass houses and RIABiz is no exception -- especially when you ask for criticism.

RIABiz gets some intense third-party feedback loaded with affirmations and a few wake-up calls
A Huffington Post column and our first-ever survey help define just what a pure online publication for RIAs should look like

Monday 6.23.14
Frank Noto: We always felt that it was important to first establish our voice in the advisory community, and gain the editorial credibility with our readership.

RIABiz barges into the webinar business by getting to the crux of the RIA matter
The live discussion will explore why 2014, for many reasons, has never been a better, easier, more secure time to jump into the only model with real growth

Friday 1.10.14
Terry Hong is working out bugs and drinking coffee.

RIABiz launches its redesigned 'responsive' website
After our Terence Hong dismissed the notion of an RIABiz app as so 2012, we go with a go-anywhere technology

Friday 11.1.13
In its third year, RIABiz moved out of this houseboat and into dog-friendly office space

RIABiz turns three after experiencing big growth and its fair share of growing pains
It was a year of saying 'yes' to esteemed RIA business visitors to Mill Valley and saying 'no' to a world of distracting 'collaborators'

Friday 8.3.12
When the fog lifts, San Francisco has a case to make.

Why the San Francisco Bay area is almost certainly the capitol of the RIA business
Companies like Schwab, Advent-Black Diamond and Salesforce are based here for starters -- but big wealth managers and lots of open-minded rich people clinch the matter

Monday 7.23.12
Dina Hampton: Social media brought me good tidings in 2011.

An East Coast editor travels to the Bay Area to see the RIABiz team in action
In which your correspondent sees the day-to-day operations of RIABiz, not to mention a coyote

Thursday 12.29.11
Brooke Southall writes where quiet and caffeine abound.

RIABiz has its second birthday and reaches new milestones
The strategy remains the same - growth by good articles

Wednesday 8.17.11
A technology platform decision by Presidio's Paul Boscacci sparked a story that led the RIABiz rankings for March.

The RIABiz Top 10 for March: High drama in the tech world; and the 401(k) revolt
The RIABiz Directory hits 300 listings

Friday 4.1.11
Brooke Southall on a calmer day in Sausalito: It was as if the tide was coming in about 300 times faster than normal.

Tsunami hits RIABiz and hits home
The wave struck my houseboat but its potency lay in the psychic effect

Saturday 3.12.11
In February, Walt Bettinger sketched out two major retail and retirement strategy shifts for Schwab.

Walt Bettinger's big moves drew RIABiz readers in February
TD Ameritrade's sunny conference also made the top 10 in February, along with a retirement-world story that seems a harbinger of a changing market

Thursday 3.3.11
Joel Bruckenstein: Expected weather for #T32011: Mostly sunny all days with highs of 78-81 degrees, lows in the low 60's

The T3 conference heads to the Everglades -- and so does RIABiz
Live-blogging from the industry's in-depth technology event comes on Friday

Wednesday 2.16.11
Bob Margolis

Goodbye to Bob Margolis, true friend of independent advisors
A regular contributor to RIABiz, Bob died in New York City earlier this month

Monday 1.31.11
The phone calls flowing into our offices from web sites looking to partner with us signify that more people are becoming aware of the slow revolution in financial services.

RIABiz stories find a second home on one of the Internet's biggest news sites
Why that's good news for advisors, too

Monday 1.3.11
Elizabeth MacBride: Sometimes, we even get to hear the end of the story: an idea that has leaped from the online world to spur action.

Ideas born in the advisory world that flew far in 2010
How one conversation influenced NYC economic policy

Thursday 12.30.10
Mark Hurley touched a nerve in 2010 by questioning the enterprise value of RIA practices.

The next 20 top stories and what they say about where the RIA business is headed
Big companies, big innovators, exclusive conferences and the 401(k) market riveted advisor attention

Wednesday 12.29.10
The RIABiz team is about to give the thriving RIABiz directory a boost -- we're incorporating more companies, and building out the information we have about each one.

Secrets of the RIABiz directory -- if you haven't looked lately, you'll be surprised at how the data stash is growing
It’s time to update and expand the RIABiz Directory, which already lists 250 service providers

Thursday 11.4.10
Nevin and Brooke with the $660 purchase.

RIABiz makes its first major capital investment -- an iPad
RIA-related iPad app reviews to come

Tuesday 10.19.10
Matt Robinson will help RIABiz cover news and regulatory issues.

RIABiz's new staff member
Matt Robinson joins for a semester after stint at Bloomberg Businessweek

Friday 9.10.10
Three months in the making, our new email system launches today.

RIABiz's new email system launches today
A note from the team

Thursday 9.2.10
The RIABiz partners are very rarely in the same place at the same time; in fact, this is our first real team photo!

Notes from the RIABiz one-year anniversary party
The spirit of the RIA Business was strong at this backyard event

Monday 8.23.10
Four partners: RIABiz began with Founder Brooke Southall's vision. He's upper left. Clockwise: Editor Elizabeth MacBride, Chief Technology Officer Nevin Freeman and Sales Director Frank Noto.

Happy [First] Birthday RIABiz
After a year of formation, it's full speed ahead

Thursday 8.5.10
Nevin Freeman and his laptop -- where the RIABiz web site was born

RIABiz's gentle redesign marks the beginning of Q2
An inside look for regular readers

Thursday 4.1.10
Dan Kurt: Advertisements are counterproductive for what we are trying to do

RIA Central has launched its bid to be the Facebook of RIAs
Heather takes a close look at how Fugent has pieced together a pioneering effort

Monday 3.29.10
Sara Hansard: Joining RIABiz as an occasional contributor

Sara Hansard will help RIABiz cover Washington
Veteran reporter brings knowledge and experience to complex regulatory issues

Wednesday 3.3.10
A peek at our admin system

How we have leveraged Google services to jumpstart RIABiz
Thinking of building a website? We might advise a closer look at the search giant

Friday 2.19.10
What's to come in the RIABIz Directory? Job listings and other premium enhancements.

Directory Week One: The launch, the tweaks and what directory listers say about its future
Why our free listings are a great deal and paid listings can be even better

Thursday 1.21.10
RIABiz hardly ever waffles

First-ever RIABiz Summit
Partners flock to California to finalize plans for RIABiz Directory

Monday 12.7.09
Brooke Southall: Much more to come at RIABiz

How it's going at RIABiz after 10 days
Better-than-expected start energizes RIABiz team

Tuesday 8.18.09
Brooke Southall: I separate brokers as people from brokers as an institution

Welcome to RIABiz on day one
Online publication for financial advisors debuts from Sausalito, Calif.

Thursday 8.6.09

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