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The Importance of Diversity to Business
Speakers during the webinar, moderated by Ben Weber, Director of Human Resources and Training at VRM Mortgage Services, included Charmaine Brown, Director of the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion at Fannie Mae; Dr. Cheryl Travis-Johnson, EVP and Chief Operating Officer at VRM Mortgage Services;
Local business helping bees succeed in cities
Raleigh, N.C. — When Leigh-Kathryn Bonner was working as an intern during her junior year at NC State, she asked her boss if she could put a bee hive on the company's roof. She loved keeping bees and didn't think her apartment complex would love the idea. Her boss said yes.
Business Profile of the Week
We sell nutritional supplements, shoe orthotics, cervical sleeping pillows as well as therapeutic braces. What’s the one thing your business is known for, over your competitors?
In Business : Woodworking hobby becomes a new business in Nora Springs
A Nora Springs man’s woodworking hobby turned into a custom furnishings business and another filled storefront in the town last year. Terry and Sheila Schultz opened Wood’n Stuff custom home and patio furnishings at the corner of Congress Street and Hawkeye Avenue in Nora Springs in May 2018.
Mid-Con Energy Partners expands footprint in state. Mid-Con Energy Partners closed approximately $23 million in acquisitions, including several properties in the new core area of Wyoming, and expanded its footprint in Oklahoma.
Local auto business celebrates anniversary
RIDGWAY, PA — It is an exciting time when a family-owned business is able to celebrate its first anniversary, and Xtreme Automotive Specialists, Inc., located at 7248 Ridgway St. Marys Road in Ridgway, reached that milestone earlier this month.
EDITORIAL : Government 's business is your business
Each year, the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Reporters Committee mark Sunshine Week, celebrating and examining access to public information and what it means to the communities newspapers serve.
Why Catalog Design Can Drive Big Business
As business after business has discovered, even in the age of digital shopping, a well-designed print catalog increases sales. That's why a company like Wayfair continues to produce print catalogs along with other direct-mail products like mini-catalogs and postcards. Other well-established retailer
Establishing A Business Entity In Israel
The influence of British rule immediately prior to the establishment of the State of Israel has left a lasting mark on Israeli corporate law. Even though Israel is commercially much closer to the U.S., the links to the English legal system remain strong. Therefore, Israel has companies rather than c
Toomey shares views with Erie business crowd
At a time when the unemployment rate is at a 40-year low and the economy is growing, Sen. Pat Toomey, a Pennsylvania Republican, was happy Tuesday morning to talk about the successes of the past couple years with a business crowd at the Manufacturer & Business Association's conference center.
BU student to launch hair product business
Mike Smith is preparing for his dauntless venture of releasing his first hair care products he’s been working on for almost three years. Dauntless Modern Grooming, Smith’s hair care brand, is in its final stages of being completed with a tentative launch in two months.
Business Spotlight : Beyond the Dining Room
Arctic Food Equipment had humble beginnings 25 years ago, starting as a home-based business in a backyard shed of owner Mark McCartney. Now, the company’s digs are quite a bit bigger – a recently expanded 21,000-square-foot facility at 1501 S. Enterprise Ave. has been its home since 2003.
Business Spotlight : Hugo Coffee Roasters
Hugo Coffee Roasters is a start up, Park City-based coffee roaster that aims to please their customers and better the lives of animals. Now that’s a mission us Parkites can get behind! Hugo Coffee’s goal is to support dog rescue by roasting superior fair trade organic coffee for their online, retail
Wednesday 's business headlines
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Here's a look at Wednesday's business headlines. The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a contract to Pendleton-based All Track. The contract, valued at a maximum of $10 million, calls for railroad maintenance and repair services at Naval support activity Crane in southwest
Lawrence Supers Address Several Items of Business
CLEARFIELD – Several items of business were discussed by the Lawrence Township Supervisors during Tuesday’s meeting. Supervisor Jeremy Ruffner had information on new radios for the police department. He noted that the current radios will soon reach the end of their useful life and the supervisors ha
Firefighters battle business blaze near Princetown-Guilderland line
PRINCETOWN AND GUILDERLAND - A Tuesday afternoon fire near the Schenectady-Albany County line consumed a commercial building. Area fire departments, including Guilderland Center and Altamont, responded to the blaze on Deer Path Lane, just off Settles Hill Road at around 1:30 p.m. The fire appeared t
VIDEO : Small Business Spotlight - Natural Juice Cafe
Natural Juice Cafe is Gainesville's one-stop-shop for fresh juice and foods. The cafe has been around going on its sixth year, so maybe you have heard of it, but if you haven't, it's worth trying and your health will thank you for it later.
Recap : Jets take care of business
The Winnipeg Jets and the Los Angeles Kings met in a very Los Angeles Kings game where the King’s tried to play their game and it backfired to the point where I almost fell asleep watching the game. My apologies for this recap because I am half asleep after a long day yesterday and another long one
Fencing business alleges customer violated agreement
GALVESTON — A Galveston County fencing business is suing a company it hired for a project, alleging it failed to complete the agreed-upon work. Adam Desplinted, doing business as Rockin' D Fencing, filed a complaint March 4 in Galveston County District Court against Michael Johnston and Encore Netwo
Dayton business heavily damaged by fire
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) -- A Dayton business was heavily damaged by fire late Sunday. The fire started at Triple-A Mat Company on Linden Avenue around 7:30 p.m. Sunday. When crews arrived, they found smoke billowing from the building.