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City Attorney: Mayor of Two Harbors used position ‘for personal gain or business interest’ – Duluth News Tribune

TWO PORTS — Mayor Chris Swanson has repeatedly used his official position in the city “for personal gain or business interests,” a violation of the city’s communications policy, the prosecutor has found. Swanson also made several city ordinance violations, but evidence presented to the attorney showed no city charter violations. …

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European energy prices, digital money

Amid the protests, Europe limited itself to curbing high energy prices MADRID — European governments are cutting fuel taxes and spending tens of billions to help consumers, truckers, farmers and others cope with soaring energy prices, made worse by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But for some truckers, fishermen and others …

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Utah Jazz: Could Salt Lake City’s 2023 All-Star Game be in jeopardy?

A special session of the Utah Legislature is scheduled to be held Friday to override Gov. Spencer Cox’s veto of HB11, a law that would ban transgender girls from participating in sporting events at girls’ schools. If HB11 becomes law, there could be ramifications far beyond the world of high …

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3 Airline Stocks With Long Runways

Travel demand is recovering as two years of COVID-19-related mobility restrictions and health concerns ease around the world. This offers a sunny outlook for airlines, an industry hit by the fallout from the pandemic. Leading North American airlines are seeing an increase in booking activity due to factors such as …

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NJDEP – News Release 22/P012

(22/P012) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is awarding 38 grants totaling $1.3 million to encourage stewardship of city and community trees and forests across New Jersey, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. The grants support Gov. Phil Murphy’s environmental justice initiatives in vulnerable neighborhoods, with 75 percent …

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Traeger (COOK) is scheduled to release quarterly results on Wednesday

Traeger (NYSE:COOK – Get Rating) will release its quarterly earnings data after the market close on Wednesday, March 23rd. Analysts are expecting the company to report earnings per share of ($0.14) for the quarter. Interested parties can register for the company’s conference call via this link. NYSE:COOK shares opened at …

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Filing opens Wednesday for city council, county council and other seats | local news

FLORENCESC – The filing for four Florence City Council seats, five Florence County Council seats and two statewide offices opens Wednesday noon. The seats representing districts 1 (parts of west, north-west and north Florence), 2 (parts of north and east Florence) and 3 (south and west Florence) are up for …

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VERB executives answer investor questions on new live stream

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. and SALT LAKE CITY, March 9, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verb Technology Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: VERB) (“VERB” or the “Company”), the leading provider of interactive, video-based sales enablement applications, including Shoppable Livestream, today announced the release of two video interviews with VERB executives directly involved in the …

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Alice in Chains, Breaking Benjamin announce 2022 tour

Special Guest Bush will be there Legendary American rock bands Alice In Chains and Breaking Benjamin come together for the first time in a co-headlining tour with special guest Bush for an incredible night of rock across the country, making it one of the hottest tours of the summer. Produced …

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LDS Church says humanitarian efforts for Ukrainians are underway

SALT LAKE CITY – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says humanitarian efforts are underway in Eastern Europe in light of the attacks in Ukraine. In a press release Thursday, church officials said relief efforts had been in the works since the early hours of armed conflict in …

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Because of this, Salt Lake City has delayed the school closure process until 2023

Despite declining enrollment in the Salt Lake City school district and a first step by the school board to consider boundary changes and closures, that process is being delayed by at least a year. Superintendent Timothy Gadson told board members Tuesday he had decided against providing them with an official …

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US states increase financial pressure on Russia because of the war

To ease financial pressure on Russia over its war in Ukraine, governors and lawmakers in numerous U.S. states on Monday took action to divert state investment from Russian companies while encouraging private companies to do the same. The impact of sanctions by US states often pales in comparison to national …

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Our View: Restoring Lake Fund is Critical to Lake Havasu’s Health | opinion

A key source of revenue for Lake Havasu could become a reliable resource again under a new law gaining prominence in the state capitol. The State Lake Improvement Fund was once an important resource for coastal communities like Lake Havasu City. The idea was that cities with high levels of …

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After the invasion, the House of Representatives votes to ban Russian companies from acquiring real estate in Indiana | National News

Indiana House on Thursday joined a chorus of state, national and international organizations seeking to punish Russia for invading Ukraine. In a unanimous vote, Hoosier state officials agreed to include in Senate Bill 388 a provision prohibiting any business entity organized under the laws of the Russian Federation or wholly …

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EquityNet releases new crowdfunding statistics for 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Feb. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EquityNet, the pioneer of corporate crowdfunding, today announced the release of new 2021 crowdfunding statistics based on a sample of over 10,000 U.S. companies, listed on EquityNet since 2007 through 2021. The recent update allows anyone to discover research statistics …

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Big Time Rush announce Forever Tour

The group announces their first headlining tour in ten years Big Time Rush have announced their upcoming Forever Tour. Produced by Live Nation, the 41-show tour begins June 23 at The Theater at MGM National Harbor in Washington, DC and makes stops at iconic locations across the country including Madison …

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Registration, Finance Shutter Onekama NewLand School

The Onekama Consolidated School Board of Education voted unanimously to close NewLand School effective March 1, 2002 at a special meeting Monday morning. In a press release, the situation in NewLand was described as an “uphill battle” and enrollment battles and financial challenges were cited as reasons for the doors …

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US Rep. Moore addresses investments, January 6, transgender athletes | News, Sports, Jobs

1/4 U.S. Rep. Blake Moore speaks during a town hall meeting Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at West Haven City Hall. Tim Vandenack, Standards Reviewer 2/4 U.S. Rep. Blake Moore speaks during a town hall meeting Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at West Haven City Hall. Tim Vandenack, Standards Reviewer …

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Family businesses need to be flexible to get through bad times

We’re not that far into 2022, and it’s already shaping up to be another challenging year for America’s 5.5 million family businesses grappling with the coronavirus pandemic. Rampant inflation, supply chain bottlenecks and acute labor shortages persist. Family businesses are vital to America. According to the Conway Center for Family …

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Company experts say dredging Utah Lake will be his salvation. Therefore, critics reject the project

publisher’s Note • This story is available only to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. Utah Lake’s environmental problems are so widespread, so ingrained, that solving them will require a massive remodeling of the 150-square-mile lake bed that forms the heart of the Utah Valley, according …

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For Team USA’s Nathan Chen, “blood, sweat, tears” led to Olympic gold

By Coy Wire, Nectar Gan and Simone McCarthy, CNN When Team USA’s Nathan Chen ran with a flawless performance to his first Olympic gold medal in Beijing on Thursday, it was the culmination of a years-long dream for the first-generation American, a native of Salt Lake City. In an interview …

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ZAGG introduces screen and case protection for the

SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ZAGG, the global leader in accessories and technologies that empower the mobile lifestyle, today announced screen protectors and cases for the all-new Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone line. The new accessory aims to help consumers protect themselves better. Finally, 50% of adult …

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Rather the Survivor – The Durango Herald

Formerly with its owner Carl Darnell. (Courtesy of Carl Darnell) Blind dog survives 45-foot fall from cliff “You don’t throw away a whole life just because it’s a little broken.” – Tom Smith (played by Chris Cooper) in Seabiscuit On August 12, 2021, my blind 10-year-old golden retriever, Sooner, fell …

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The SF supervisors are seeking re-election. Here’s how much they’ve already collected

As San Francisco turns its eyes to the State Assembly race in less than two weeks, bosses have been piling up their campaign coffers for re-election this year. Maintainers Gordon Mar, Catherine Stefani, Rafael Mandelman and Shamann Walton are running again in November with no known challengers. While Stefani and …

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FT readers: The feel-good spaces in your city

© Courtesy of The Met I’ve been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York at least a hundred times and there are so many places that are particularly important to me. Yet on every visit I am inevitably drawn to the Medieval Sculpture Hall – a high vaulted …

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Coach’s Corner: Youth programs pay off in high school girls hoops | News, Sports, Jobs

Lehi Senior Jamisyn Heaton drives to the basket Tuesday, January 18, 2022 during the Region 8 game against Timpview in Lehi. (Jared Lloyd, Daily Herald) It’s no surprise why certain high school girls’ basketball teams like Springville, American Fork, Timpanogos, Lone Peak, Lehi and Westlake – to …

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VERB’s commitment to ESG excellence in the Nasdaq case

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. and SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verb Technology Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: VERB) (“VERB” or the “Company”)the leading provider of interactive, video-based sales-enablement applications, including livestream eCommerce and shoppable interactive video, webinar, CRM and marketing applications for businesses and entrepreneurs, today announced that the …

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LA: the great walking city

On a morning visit to Silver Lake, I pass an abandoned refrigerator lying on its side with the freezer door open to native rodents. A few steps away I pick up an old hardcover duplicate of The Great Gatsby and The night is tender from the curb library of some …

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CTBC Bank USA’s Noor Menai Appointed to the Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco | Your money

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. January 2022– CTBC Bank USA announced today that its President and CEO Noor Menai has been appointed as one of the new members of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC). This press release is multimedia. View the full press release …

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MIW welcomes three new members to the board

MIW welcomes three new members to the board Mentoring and inspiration for women in radio Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) has announced three new members to its Board of Directors, including MRC Data’s Haley Jones, Bonneville International’s Melissa Mitchell and Urban One/Radio One’s Brittney Quarles. MIW is made …

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Letters, 15-18th January: We paid full price for Epic Passes, but we’re not getting our money’s worth with PCMR

A nightmare in PCMR Our family has been skiing in Park City for many years. We even bought a house near the Silver Star lift so we can walk to the lifts. Unfortunately, for the past two years, Park City Mountain Resort has either opened the lift very late or, …

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Mansion Global Daily: The most competitive January ever in the US market, Melbourne rents hit record highs and more

The US faces the most competitive January housing market in history While prices and demand are rising, the supply of housing is at an all-time low. Continue reading BY NUMBERS TRENDING TODAY LIST OF THE DAY The $45 million Apex is one of Miami’s tallest buildings Amenities at this duplex …

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Suncoast CU exceeds 1 million members

Suncoast CU President / CEO Kevin Johnson presents Ferzeda Richardson with a check for $ 1,000 on December 29 as a millionth member. (Photo courtesy Suncoast CU). Suncoast Credit Union announced Tuesday that it had reached 1 million members in December. The Tampa, Florida-based credit union was the tenth credit …

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Orange County CA Commercial Motor Insurance Policy for

San Clemente, USA, January 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – With the company’s improved offerings, restaurant owners can now get affordable but comprehensive commercial auto insurance for their business. These plans provide protection against theft and collision damage, as well as liabilities such as medical expenses. For more information on Cal …

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Servcorp Chicago announces new virtual office tariffs for. known

Chicago, USA, January 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Servcorp, a flexible office space provider with nine premium locations in the US and 150 worldwide, recently updated its 2022 virtual office rental prices for its two Chicago Loop locations, including 155 North Wacker Drive and 444 W Lake Street in the …

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Young leaders in real estate share projections for 2022

For the year 2022, 23 young and commercial property candidates have given forecasts. Despite sustained demand, you see a moderate appreciation in home prices. They also predicted that the culture of work from home will drive design and development. Real estate markets were a reliable source of catchy headlines in …

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Genpact expands its Rightpoint experience business with the acquisition of Hoodoo Digital

NEW YORK, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Genpact (NYSE: G), a global professional services company focused on digital transformation, today announced the expansion of its Rightpoint experience business with the acquisition of Hoodoo Digital, a highly experienced digital experience consultancy in Adobe solutions. The acquisition supports Genpact’s strategy …

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These are the most expensive cities in North Dakota

A new year and ready for a new adventure? Have you ever thought about ignoring caution and just packing up and moving? Well before you take that arrow and throw it at the map to decide where you are going to start a new life. These are the 10 most …

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Lake Charles longtime finance director is retiring

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – The city of Lake Charles announced the resignation of longtime finance director Karen Harrel. Harrell will retire on Friday, December 31st, the city said. Harrell served a total of eight mayor’s offices and was named finance director in 2007, according to the city. During her …

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Year in Review 2021 – Intermountain Catholic

Friday December 31, 2021 IC file photo Photo 1 of 15 Father Reynato Rodillas, pastor of St. James the Just Parish and Spiritual Advisor to the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, died on January 8th. From Marie Mischel Intermountain Catholic SALT LAKE CITY – The year 2021 brought a “new …

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Hines promises increased investment focus on the life science sector

Hines recently outlined its plan to put greater emphasis on investing in more opportunities in the life science sector. This market outlook is supported by the increased focus of the pandemic on the life sciences in the commercial real estate industry. According to CBRE, Denver is the 10th largest US …

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Smash-and-grab robberies are a financial and emotional strain on Los Angeles County’s businesses

As if recovering from the mammoth COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t hard enough, a wave of violent robberies made the holidays even more complicated for retailers. The crimes have alerted retailers and consumers during peak shopping season, sending law enforcement agencies and elected officials for solutions and money to fund them. Over …

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Smash-and-grab robberies weigh on LA County’s businesses financially and emotionally – Daily News

Two men smashed display cases and fled with products from a T-Mobile outlet on the 1200 block of North Lake Avenue in Pasadena on Monday evening, December 13th. (Image courtesy of Google Maps) As if recovering from the mammoth COVID-19 pandemic, the holidays for retailers are sparked by a wave …

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Sandra AJ Lawrence

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Sera Prognostics Inc., The Pregnancy Company® (NASDAQ: SERA), is focused on improving maternal and newborn health by providing innovative biomarker information for doctors and patients Providing pregnancies today announced that Sandra AJ Lawrence has joined Sera’s board of directors. “We …

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PSC gives the city the green light for solar project

Hot Springs is on the verge of becoming the state’s largest city to use entirely renewable energy for community operations, City Manager Bill Burrough recently told Hot Springs’ board of directors. The Arkansas Public Service Commission recently approved the city’s motion to expand its solar net metering project beyond the …

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FitLife Trademarks: Change in Securityholder Rights – Form 8-K

ftlf20211207_8k.htm UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND BILLS COMMISSION Washington, DC 20549 SHAPE 8 THOUSAND CURRENT REPORT According to section 13 or 15 (d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Date of the report (date of the earliest reported event): December 2, 2021 Commission reference number: 000-52369 FitLife Trademarks, Inc. (Exact …

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Miami hires Mario Cristobal: hurricanes make a brazen move to lure Oregon coaches home, but will it work?

Oregon’s manager Mario Cristobal has agreed to return home and run Miami. Cristobal told the Ducks in a team briefing Monday that he was going to go to train his alma mater, sources said Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports. Cristobal takes over the job in Miami, replacing Manny Diaz, who …

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The Ely family collects donations for a sick granddaughter

As a tumor that makes up 85 percent of three-year-old Channing Hermansen’s bladder, the family repeatedly travels to Salt Lake City for extensive treatments. Channing was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer that most commonly affects children. It is reported that approximately 350 children, adolescents, and young adults …

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“It’s disheartening:“ How housing costs are affecting Utah ski resort employees

UTAH (ABC4) – In August, local workers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, made headlines when it was revealed that the exorbitant cost of housing at the resort had forced them to live on their cars or in tents. While this is an extreme scenario, the increased cost of living is also …

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Deer Valley President departs just days before the ski season starts

Jeremy Levitt, the president and chief operating officer of Deer Valley Resort, left the organization on Monday, the resort said in a statement. He ran Deer Valley for a little over a year and was a key figure in the resort’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.Courtesy Deer Valley Resort The …

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Builders building former Geneva Legion properties are demanding tax breaks of $ 8 million

November 28, 2021 at 7:19 am Do you have a tip for the newsroom, a press release, a local list of events or digital content to share? Submit it here. Support our mission by visiting patreon.com/fl1 and becoming a monthly subscriber. Lake’s Edge Seneca development, set to take shape on …

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PROG Holdings, Inc. Announces – GuruFocus.com

PROG + Beteiligungen% 2C + Inc. (NYSE: PRG, Financial), the fintech holding company for Progressive Leasing, Vive Financial and Four Technologies, today announced the completion of its previously announced offering for a total principal amount of 600 million in a private placement to persons who are reasonably qualified to qualify …

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With food costs soaring, lawmakers and religious leaders say Utah should abolish 1.75% food tax

Rev. Kim James of Ogden First United Methodist Church speaks during a news conference in Salt Lake City on Wednesday in support of the abolition of the sales tax on groceries. Utah is one of 13 US states that levy sales tax on grocery purchases. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) …

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The New Generation Gap: Nationwide survey shows differences

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – One of the biggest problems parents of teenagers can face is determining whether their child is experiencing a mental challenge or normal “growing pains”. Only half of parents * with children ages 16 to 24 said they were very or completely …

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Include LA in the Alpha City Club

Outposts from Hauser & Wirth, the Swiss gallery, feel frighteningly private. The one on 69th Street in Manhattan suggests an algorithmic hedge fund office with a one-page website. The one in London is a black-clad thing on Savile Row, near a three-star oligarch-favored sushi bar and (the local bohemian concession) …

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FDA Grants Breakthrough Recognition for Blackrock Neurotech’s Brain-Computer Interface

The Utah Array Platform [Image from Blackrock Neurotech/ClearPoint Neuro] Blackrock Neurotech announced that it has received the FDA’s breakthrough device designation for its MoveAgain brain-computer interface system (BCI). Salt Lake City-based Blackrock Neurotech developed its MoveAgain BCI system to give immobile patients the ability to control a mouse pointer, keyboard, …

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Utah Estate Planning Atty. pleads guilty of misappropriating $ 9.5 million from customers

Calvin Curtis (inset), LinkedIn; Hammer, Pxhere SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 16, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – Salt Lake City real estate attorney Calvin Curtis pleaded guilty to misappropriating at least $ 9.5 million from customers, a statement from the company said Utah Department of Justice. Curtis, who worked at Law …

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Degreed launches Degreed Intelligence, the first analytics suite on the market for insights into workforce development

Links to the breadcrumb trail GlobeNewswire New solution enables learning leaders to pave the way for business innovation through strategic employee growth with actionable competency data Author of the article: Article content PLEASANTON, Calif., Nov. 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Degreed, the employee development platform chosen by one of three …

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Olin Announces $ 1 Billion Share Buyback Program

CLAYTON, Mon., November 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Olin Corporation (NYSE: OLN) announced today that its board of directors has a new $ 1.0 billion Share buyback program (“Share buyback program 2021”). As part of the 2021 share buyback program, common shares in the company can be repurchased on …

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3 inflation-resistant stocks to buy for November

InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips The global economic recovery has been a boon for companies and stocks. But hidden beneath these gains is a potential spoiler – inflation. The reopening of the economy, combined with labor shortages and pent-up consumer demand driven by government incentives, …

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Matthew Lue – COMO Magazine

Finance Director and Chief Financial Officer job description The Treasury Director serves as the City of Columbia Chief Financial Officer and financial policy advisor to the City Manager as set out in the City Charter. Responsibilities include running the finance department by overseeing financial planning, budgeting, purchasing, bookkeeping, pensions, and …

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Equestrian Order invests new members from Utah

Friday October 22, 2021 Polite photo / Ray and Rolinda Dardano + Enlarge Members of the Salt Lake area of ​​the Western Lieutenancy of the Order of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem will be introduced at the recent annual meeting in Las Vegas. From Special to the Intermountain Catholics Ray …

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Domestic Violence: Myths Busted | For free

October is known and recognized as the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior used to build and maintain power and control in a relationship and can be used by intimate partners, dating partners, parents, caregivers, roommates, and other family members There are often misconceptions …

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Sterling Receives $ 40.4 Million Aviation Project in Utah

THE FOREST COUNTRIES, Texas – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sterling Construction Company, Inc. (NasdaqGS: STRL), (“Sterling” or the “Company”) today announced that its subsidiary, Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Company, LLC (RLW), has $ 40.4 million Dollar for the aviation project was commissioned, the Design Pack 20 of the airfield concrete paving …

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Richard Calhoun Obituary (2021) – Omaha, NE

Calhoun, Richard “Dick” Pomeroy Age 86 – September 23, 2021 Richard “Dick” Pomeroy Calhoun, a beloved father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, respected banker, and art lover, died at home on Thursday, September 23, 2021. Dick died just days before his 87th birthday. He will be remembered as a man steeped in …

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IN FOCUS Discussion: National Railway Safety Month

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – According to Operation Lifesaver, a fatal train-vehicle collision occurs every three hours in the United States. The most common causes of these accidents are cited as negligence and recklessness on the part of drivers and pedestrians. Last year there were 8,558 train and vehicle / …

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In the conference address on Sunday, Nelson warns against “deceptive” voices and announces the reconstruction of the Provo Temple | News, sports, jobs

Photo provided, mental reserves President Russell M. Nelson of Latter-day Saint Church of Jesus Christ speaks during general conference on Sunday, October 3, 2021. SALT LAKE CITY – President Russell M. Nelson of Latter-day Saint Church of Jesus Christ exhorted members on Sunday to reject “the temptation of the world” …

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17th annual Christmas on Broadway returns

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The best time of the year in Fort Wayne begins on April 17thNS annual “Christmas on Broadway”. This year’s celebration will take place on Friday, November 19 from 5:30 p.m. on Broadway Plaza. The celebrations include a parade on Broadway with Santa and Mrs. Claus …

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