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Local business helps small businesses
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) -- Six years ago a local company started in Sioux Falls, with a handful of employees. Now, that business has grown to more than 70 employees. The key to success for any business is profit. For start-ups, it can take a while to get to that point. That's why Expansion Capital
The best business is a family business . Meet Teton Rental
JACKSON, WY — To carry on a family business in the Amazon age is no easy job. To be recognized as one of the best business in town after 25 years, says Zach Vosika, is a surprising honor.
Government rebuffs business on energy policy
While business has welcomed the re-election of the Coalition government, it is anxious about a number of policy areas, especially energy policy. It wants a settled bipartisan agreement on energy policy, such as an embrace of the National Energy Guarantee, which Mr Frydenberg pushed as energy ministe
Mind Your Own Business
The average American makes 35,000 decisions a day. Entrepreneurs make significantly more decisions daily because each choice impacts their coins. Here are 3 decisions you should make before starting or continuing to invest time, money, and tears into that brilliant business idea.
A Top-Shelf Business
Kathy Gordon Israel turned a home-designing side gig into a thriving, full-time cabinetry business with clients across the country. Her trick, she says, isn’t a secret – it’s passion.
ARM ceases business with Huawei
Under fire Chinese firm Huawei is dealt another major blow as chip designer ARM halts business activity with the firm. The latest shock to hit Huawei comes after Intel and Qualcomm both ceased doing business with the company. Huawei licenses chip designs from ARM to fabricate processors and graphics
Business Burglarized in Spicewood
Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers, and the Heart of Texas Auto Theft Task Force request any information of a burglary of business at 320 Red Bluff Spicewood. Welding equipment taken: Victor Journeyman Torch kit, a bottle of acetylene, bottle of oxygen, bottle of argon, 2 torch hoses, gauges for torch
Ponder the ethical implications of artificial intelligence’s growing presence in the private sector at a Bentley University seminar. Panel discussions include speakers from Google Inc., Boston Children’s Hospital, and the ACLU of Massachusetts. Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Bentley University, LaCava C
Importance of photo editing for business
What is the primary objective of editing photos? They make them look neater than the original. There are several reasons why image editing is necessary for a business. Here, we are going to look into the minute detailing that can make your website stand out.
West end Jiffy Grill reopens for business
It’s been less than a week since a driver accidentally drove into the front of the Jiffy Grill, but Mohamed Hussain and his staff are happy to announce they are open for business as usual.
Business sector hails unchanged repo rate decision
The metals and engineering sector has welcomed the SA Reserve Bank's decision to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.75%, describing it as good news for "beleaguered businesses".
Business as usual at Glitters
Glitters Fun Eatery manager Gino Buffone says he wants to set the record straight and let everyone know that although the building was recently sold, it is business as usual at the Chatham restaurant and their doors remain open.
Tigers take care of business
Shady Spring head baseball coach Dave Shaw is well known for his small ball tactics on the diamond. Tuesday night, in game two of the best-of-three Class AA Region 3 championship series, Shaw applied a different tactic, one made famous by the late Baltimore Orioles manager and Hall of Famer Earl Wea
Dressbarn going out of business
It’s closing time for a 57-year-old women’s apparel chain. Dressbarn announced it is winding down operations, including the eventual closing of its approximately 650 stores. The retailer, which is owned by Ann Taylor and Lane Bryant parent Ascena Retail Group, has retained A&G Realty Partners to ass
Calling responsible business leaders
The countdown is very much on to the 18th Responsible Business Summit Europe – from the Ethical Corporation – taking place in London next month. We are media partners with the event and want to remind readers there is still time to grab one of the few remaining passes.
Apple Loop: Apple Confirms New iPhone, Microsoft's macOS Invasion, Ugly iPhone XR2 Leaks
Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes Apple’s confirmation of the three new iPhones, the poorly designed iPhone XR2 leaks, China’s embarrassing iPhone, some subtle MacBook Pro updates, searching for the missing Mac Pro, and Microsoft
Poof! Trump investment boom is gone
The Trump investment boom is gone. Well, mostly gone. A key measure of business investment slowed 1.3% in the 12 months ending April from 3.8%, marking the smallest increase since the last month of Barack Obama’s presidency in January 2017.
Grayblock Power Selects Fusion to Bring Clean Energy and Real Estate Digital Asset Investments to the Masses
New York, May 24, 2019 — Fusion Foundation, the non-profit organization building the next generation infrastructure for decentralized global finance, today announced that it is now partnering with Grayblock Power, a financing platform connecting developers to investors in real estate and energy-back
This chart shows the Trump trade bump has ‘evaporated’ for Chinese stocks
Some investors are no longer holding out hope for a trade deal soon. Jenna Barnard and John Pattulo, portfolio managers at Janus Henderson, say optimism among Chinese investors over a near-term resolution to the U.S.-China trade spat has withered in the span of a few weeks. They point to a chart sho
The Trump Administration Is Looking At Tax Breaks And Other Ways To Boost Private Long-Term Care Insurance
The Trump Administration is (very quietly) looking at ways to reinvigorate the flagging private long-term care (LTC) insurance market. The recommendations are expected to surface later this year. And they likely will be very modest.