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One-time grants of up to $10,000 are being offered to small businesses in the Golden Isles to help with the adverse impacts from the COVID-19. The Glynn County Finance Department is managing the Small Business Recovery Grant program for businesses of no more than 50 employees and have suffered a loss in income as a...
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BINGHAMTON, NY – Anew Dermatology is the Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week. It came to the Southern Tier 3 years ago after Physician Robert Egbers noticed there was a need for dermatology services here. Anew Dermatology offers Mohs Surgery and any general dermatology like preventative screenings, skin checks, and more. Egbers says Mohs...
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Posted: Oct 18, 2021 / 10:02 AM EDT / Updated: Oct 18, 2021 / 10:02 AM EDT Christian Lindner, parliamentary group leader and party leader of the FDP, comes to a joint meeting of the FDP federal executive and the newly elected members of the Bundestag in Berlin, Germany, Monday, Oct. 18, 2021. They will...
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The logo of German industrial group Siemens is seen in Zurich, Switzerland, January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann BERLIN, Oct 18 (Reuters) – Siemens (SIEGn.DE) is preparing a possible separation of its large drive applications (LDA) business, the German engineering and technology company said on Monday, confirming media reports. The separation of the unit, which produces...
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TOPEKA (KSNT) — The Topeka Vendors Market celebrated their one-year anniversary Friday with ribbon-cutting alongside members and organizations of the community. People from the Greater Topeka Partnership spoke, as well as the owners and members of the community. Their gratitude for the community and excitement for what the shop has in store was evident in...
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PORT BYRON — What was Brenda’s is now Brian and Bonnie’s. The former Brenda’s Diner on Route 31 in Port Byron reopened Oct. 1 as Potters Farm to Fork, a restaurant under the management of longtime business partners Brian Potter and Bonnie Buonomo. Potter, a native of Weedsport, worked on his family’s dairy farm before...
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CLEVELAND – We cannot escape the economic impact of COVID-19 on our communities. According to the Federal Reserve, economists estimate that businesses closed at rate of about one-quarter to one-third above normal during the first year of the pandemic. And, week over week, America’s small businesses have consistently reported negative effects due to the challenges...
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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The Better Business Bureau of Central Virginia invited locals to “Shred it” on Saturday morning. The BBB hosted a free, drive-thru shredding event to help people get rid of all those extra papers lying around the house. Better Business Bureau shredding event. Photo: Tim Corley/8News The shredding took place from 9...
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Investors including Larry Ellison, Jeff Bezos and Peter Thiel have spent billions on the business of living longer. The appeal is clear: more time to spend with loved ones, achieve goals and enjoy new experiences. But the prospect of extending life also brings up a host of thorny societal, economic and philosophical issues. And though...
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That was in 1946. After two relocations and two family ownership changes, Morell’s is celebrating its 75th anniversary in downtown Bemidji with a banner year in sales. “It’s just been going great guns all year,” said owner Roxi Mann. “This is our best year ever. I just keep thanking my lucky stars.” The store is...
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