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As digital sales increase, Potbelly tests more tech investments

Potbelly’s average unit volumes hit a record high, thanks in part to digital sales. / Photography: Shutterstock. Potbelly said last week that its same-store sales rose 17.2% in the second quarter, with average unit volumes hitting a record high. The company also posted a profit of $600,000 during the period, …

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Dave Ramsey says that taking on this type of debt is “like trying to save yourself from a sinking boat with a bucket full of holes”. Is he right ?

Image source: Getty Images If you know financial expert Dave Ramsey, you probably already know that he doesn’t like to borrow. In fact, he suggests avoiding most types of financing. And, there’s a particular kind of debt he said not to take on because it’s “like trying to get out …

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Special Report: Women-Owned Businesses – Los Angeles Business Journal

Sandra Nasseri Melrose Inc.Los AngelesCompany: Technology Sales and ServiceYear of foundation: 2003Employees: 772021 turnover: $100 millionRanking on the list: 17 Sandra Nasseri started her business the classic way: she saw a niche develop and filled it.She is the CEO of Melrose Inc., which provides technology products and services to the …

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EMEA Daily: European consumers are turning to private labels

In today’s major Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) news, financial institutions (FIs) in several countries have started launching information-sharing platforms in a bid to better spot fraud and money laundering. Research overseen by UK think tank, the Royal United Services Institute, has identified at least 15 information-sharing projects around …

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Meow Raises $22M in Series A Funding Round

Crypto business cash company Meow raised $22 million in a Series A funding round led by Tiger Global, with participation from QED Investors, FTX and others, as the startup prepares to grow its workforce and expand functionality of its products. Based in New York, New York and co-founded earlier this …

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The latest news and updates from Youngstown, Ohio

Edward Hightower, President and CEO of Lordstown Motors Corp. (Lordstown Motor Corp.) Lordstown Motors Corp. announced several leadership appointments “which further strengthen the company’s leadership team”, according to a statement. CEO Daniel Ninivaggi transitioned to the role of executive chairman of the company’s board, focusing on corporate strategy, strategic partnerships …

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Innovating for Growth: How Digital Platforms Are Transforming Small Business Support

Empower small businesses with better business intelligence Lending is a crucial challenge for small businesses, but so is the lack of data insights. Small businesses need timely information to compete with big chains and help make smart business decisions. With support from the Centre, the CRF is working to integrate …

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PlantX Provides Corporate Update – GuruFocus.com

VANCOUVER, BC, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – PlantX Life Inc. (the “Company” Where “PlantX“) (CSE: VEGA) (Frankfurt: WNT1) (OTCQB: PLTXF) is pleased to announce the following key updates outlining current and future developments regarding its operations. E-commerce strategy and performance PlantX United States and Canadian platforms continue to excel as …

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The Corry business roasts coffee beans and continues to grow

(WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) — Corry’s town center cafe is small. A pair of tables sit at the front of the store, located in the sun streaming through the window. Sunlight provides much of the light in the room. It’s one room, with a barista counter in the back. Barista’s Roast cafe has …

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Newly Listed Homes For Sale in Culpeper Area | Local News

***AUCTIONS*** The list price is the STARTING AUCTION only. Price to be determined during the live auction on Thursday, July 7, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Commission is conditional and will ONLY be paid if the Realtor Representation Form is received by the Auction Company by 5:00 p.m. on July …

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Ventana Sur, the largest market in Latin America, sets dates and prepares for the first comprehensive regional meeting

Buenos Aires’ South VentanaLatin America’s largest film and television market, has set the dates for its 2022 edition, which promises to be the first full meeting of its burgeoning regional industry in three long years. From Monday November 28 to Friday December 2, Ventana Sur also launched a call for …

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The future of work: the digital fashionista

OWhen I meet Daniella Loftus at an Instagram-friendly cafe in New York’s SoHo neighborhood amidst the huge NFT.NYC conference, she first lets me know that she is not drinking this week. “I’m not here to party,” she said. Instead, the digital fashion influencer and founder/CEO of digital fashion startup Web3 …

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Inflation reduces purchasing power but consumers carry on – The Daily Gazette

People sometimes spend differently as inflation bites into the value of their dollars. But sales tax collections this year are up sharply from 2021, suggesting New Yorkers aren’t cutting spending — yet. The consumer price index jumped 8.6% from May 2021 to May 2022, the biggest one-year jump since December …

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Argentine-Paraguayan investigation fails 747 people for links to terrorism

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Authorities in Argentina and Paraguay are trying to shed light on the mystery of the size of a jumbo jet surrounding a cargo plane with an Iranian and Venezuelan crew that is grounded outside Buenos Aires. Aires for more than two weeks. Prosecutors in the …

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Explainer: The risks Ohioans will take to get abortion pills online if Roe v. Wade is canceled | Ohio News | Cincinnati

Dr. David Burkons remembers how his classmates got abortion care when he attended Ohio State University in Columbus in the 1960s. “There was a corner on Cleveland Avenue,” Burkons says. “You got there and a car drove by, you got in, you gave him the money, he took you to …

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ACEDC assists two Bristol business projects

Vermont Business Magazine The Addison County Economic Development Corporation recently helped two Bristol businesses secure financing for business development projects. ACEDC has provided a $100,000 loan to Stoney Hill Properties, LLC (SHP) to support its vision of building worker housing and providing commercial and light industrial space in Bristol. ACEDC …

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A radical collective takes control of one of the largest art exhibitions in the world

I undertook several days of nongkrong in Gudskul, arriving in the calm of mid-morning to sit under the breadfruit trees with anyone willing to chat. When the collectives bought the property, it had an indoor soccer field, so ruangrupa kept the high roof intact and built two floors of cabins …

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Hartford-area business accelerators regain momentum in new post-COVID landscape

Two years after the pandemic forced many to close or relocate their operations, Hartford-area startup accelerator and incubator programs are hoping to bounce back in a changed landscape spurred by the return of in-person events. Hartford’s efforts to grow a startup ecosystem have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with …

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Newly Built Homes You Can Buy In Waco | Local News

Rustic Lodge, custom built home on a hobby farm less than 7 miles from the historic Waco Suspension Bridge. . .with quick and easy access to Lake Waco, McLane Stadium and Baylor University on the Brazos River, silos and more. Complete with a gated, paved, private road off of FM …

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Opinion: Heartland microbreweries show the power of people

Heartland microbreweries show how small businesses are shaping shared prosperity The building next to the post office on Main Street in Courtland, Kansas — population nearly 300 — once housed the senior center. It is now home to Irrigation Ales, a brewery that serves six craft beers in north-central Kansas. …

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Officials discuss project plans at Pine Bluff

Mayor Shirley Washington’s office recently provided an update on several initiatives and projects underway at Pine Bluff, particularly regarding the former Bank of America building, Opportunity House, Enterprise Fleet Management and Pine Bluff Aquatics, as well as a field trip that city officials conducted for Texarkana. “The Executive Office has …

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The Grand Coffee House marks a new beginning for Woodbridge

Eric LeGrand opened his new business with the help of Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac, Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy. – MATTHEW FAZELPOOR Thank you so much for being part of the journey and staying with us,” Eric LeGrand said just before cutting the ribbon for his new …

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Developers propose up to $75 million project for Woodland Station | Mail from Pikes Peak

The Downtown Development Authority approved a phased development plan for Woodland Station, but left the door open for another investor or developer. But a potential developer has 60 days to counter the plan presented to the board on May 3 by Chad Anderson, founder and venture capitalist of ForgeWorks. The …

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Debra Freeman’s popular ‘Setting the Table’ podcast serves up food, history and connection – The Virginian-Pilot

“The barbecue started in Virginia,” Deb Freeman said, nodding earnestly as she settled into a cafe couch in Richmond. We had met to discuss his latest and biggest project to date. She’s confident, not arrogant, but it’s easy to see (and hear) why Stephen Satterfield, food educator and host of …

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Airline Stock Roundup: LUV, JBLU and HA After Q1 Loss, UAL at a Glance

Over the past week, key industry players like South West Airlines LUV, Jet Blue Airways JBLU, SkyWest SKYW and Hawaiian Funds HA released their respective results for the first quarter of 2022. With omicron issues hurting results, primarily early in the quarter, the above carriers except SkyWest reported a loss. …

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Developers present ambitious plan for Colony Street in Meriden

MERIDEN — Representatives from Havn Ventures this week outlined an ambitious plan to transform five buildings on Colony Street into a lifestyle community for millennials and young adults. The Colony Street project will include studios opposite Meriden Station and Meriden Green, a restaurant, train platform cafe, fitness centre, games room, …

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Approved variation for planned Manor Hills apartment development upsets neighbors – Reuters

ROCHESTER — Neighbors have threatened to appeal and potentially go to court over an approved waiver related to an affordable housing project on the southern edge of Country Club Manor. “If this is approved tonight, we will definitely appeal this decision, and if the (Rochester) city council does the same, …

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Steve Salis bullish on growth under platform company’s catalog

On the lookout for “eclairs in a bottle” restaurant concepts that meet the diverse needs of modern consumers, Steve Salis’ platform company Catalog is gearing up for both organic growth and strategic investments. The &pizza co-founder and owner of Salis Holdings is expanding his network of brands under the Catalog …

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Auctions, DIY and R120,000 in crypto. Here’s how a KZN couple funded their dream cafe.

Robert Wallbridge and Paige Howland (Facebook) A young couple from KwaZulu-Natal have documented the journey to opening their country farm cafe on social media. It cost them almost R350,000 to start the business. They used money from their personal savings, a personal loan and R120,000 worth of crypto investments They …

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Coffee for a Woman May Be Small, But It’s a Great Business for This Entrepreneur | Business

WHITE HALL – A 140 square foot space, a whole lot of hospitality, a touch of coffee and a woman who ties it all together. A month ago, 25-year-old Taylor McCartney opened the doors to White Hall’s new cafe, Groove Coffee. Tucked away around the corner from Rose Plaza, just …

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Coffee with Samso: Red Dirt Metals Ltd

The acquisition of Mt Ida by Red Dirt has brought a project with a high quality, high grade gold resource and mineral field with multiple advanced gold, copper, nickel and lithium targets. Coffee with Samso Episode 135 is with Matthew Boyes, Managing Director of Red Dirt Metals Ltd (ASX:RDT). I …

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New Boutique Hotel, Entertainment Alley Planned in Macon

A 152-unit boutique hotel with an entertainment aisle is planned at 678 Poplar Street MACON, Georgia — Developers in downtown Macon have new plans for nearly an entire building block and historic renovation project between First and Second streets. Miller Heath III and Tim Thorton originally proposed Central City Commons …

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Kindly Coffee in West Allis aims to create fair-paying jobs for adults with disabilities

Kindly Coffee will open in June at 1205 S. 70th St. Photo credit: Dujuan Cherry A new cafe in West Allis this summer will serve local coffee and food, while providing employment opportunities for adults with disabilities. Kindly Coffee is set to open June 11 on the ground floor of …

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City of Rock Hill supports restart of York County Panthers facility construction – WSOC TV

YORK COUNTY, SC — The Town of Rock Hill said it supports the resumption of construction of the $225 million Panthers training facility in York County, under a new resolution. City council members approved the resolution on Monday night. >> Read the full city resolution here. “The city continues to …

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History B. Lemann and Bro. redevelopment nearing completion in May, adjacent Donaldsonville properties to be redesigned

Kevin Kelly, owner of Houmas House and Gardens on the east side of Ascension Parish and an investor in historic Donaldsonville, provided an update on the B. Lemann and Bro. renovation and proposed rental of three properties adjacent to Ascension Parish Government. He joined Donaldsonville Mayor Leroy Sullivan at City …

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Soaring inflation and rising minimum wage are forcing restaurants to adjust their menus

Breadcrumb Links Toronto and the GTA Reopening of Canada Post-pandemic Ontario News “It’s amazing what we pay for everything. I’m just doing the “keep afloat” thing: Restaurateur Publication date : March 18, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 2 minute read • 14 comments A woman reads the menu of …

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Back from kyiv, Czech PM says Ukraine needs more weapons

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The prime ministers of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovenia returned safely to central Europe on Wednesday after traveling to Kyiv to show their support for Ukraine as it defends itself against the Russian military invasion. Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala has called on as many …

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DUTCH BROS INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONS (Form 10-K)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations together with our audited consolidated financial statements and the related notes included elsewhere in this Form 10-K. Some of the information contained in this discussion and analysis or set forth elsewhere in this document, …

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🌱Bush Garden’s Iron Gwazi Opener + SEC Tournament Comes to Tampa

Get up, Tampa! Let’s kick off this Thursday with everything you need to know about what’s going on in Tampa today. First, today’s weather forecast: A thunderstorm in the afternoon; humid. High: 81 Low: 71. Attention, best law firms! We now offer sponsorship opportunities to local businesses interested in making …

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Why is the city council so confused about the nature of its own work?

This week on Market Squared, we take a look at the full-time/part-time debate and how the board has really painted itself into a corner. How many of you felt a searing pain in your left arm when you learned that the council’s compensation and support advisory committee recommended almost doubling …

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Blockchain infra startup tenderly raises $40 million after posting 500% year-over-year revenue growth

Tenderly, a startup that aims to facilitate for web3 developers “of all skill sets” to build blockchain products, raised $40 million in a Series B funding round – just months after closing its A-Series Funding is another example of the rapid succession of funding cycles in the blockchain infrastructure space …

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Russian invasion of Ukraine worries Lithuania

The country of origin of FinTech companies such as Revolution or the account-to-account payment platform Kevin recently declared a state of emergency in response to Russia’s assault on Ukraine. Lithuania has become a success story: a country that has created an ecosystem to really attract FinTechs. With less than 3 …

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Status Summary: Paid Family Leave Bills have been introduced; the legal pot bill advances; ‘Healthy’ kids’ drinks debated

INTRODUCTION OF PAID FAMILY LEAVE INVOICES: A coalition of Democratic lawmakers in the House and Senate have introduced bills giving workers up to 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave to care for a family member with a serious medical condition. or a disability. It would also cover families …

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We look at plans for the old downtown YMCA in Joplin

February 22, 2022 4:50 p.m. Job : February 22, 2022 4:50 p.m. Update: February 22, 2022 7:19 p.m. JOPLIN, Mo. – Developers working on the historic Olivia Building in downtown Joplin are preparing to take over another landmark, the former YMCA building. We met with the developer about their plans …

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12 of the Best Air Purifiers You Can Get on Amazon for Under $100

When it comes to staying healthy, many people focus on nutrition and exercise, but may overlook one crucial aspect: the air we breathe. According to United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends about 90% of their time indoors, which means there is a risk of exposure to …

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Watch a montage of the best 80s movie montages

Films of the 1980s rarely passed up an editing opportunity, whether it was showing characters falling in love or refurbishing an old boat. Perhaps the peak of the medium is the montage montage, as evidenced by the video below. This supercut from the YouTube channel maixiu edits together montages of …

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🌱 Downtown Bakery Opening + Yarn Shop Last Hurdle + Police Logs

Hello, people of Healdsburg! Simone here with your new edition of the Healdsburg Daily, full of everything you need to know about what’s happening in town these days. Let’s do it. First, today’s weather forecast: A lot of sun. High: 67 Low: 37. Congratulations to our first local sponsor: Looking …

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City announces $50 million mixed-use development on Pearl Street

Another major development effort will soon have a home in downtown Fort Wayne. The seven-story project will be known as “The Pearl” and will serve as a mixed-use building with 35,000 square feet of retail and event space, 76 apartments and five “first-of-its-kind live/work units.” It will be located west …

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🌱 SA Starbucks files a petition + Have a nice “Galentine” day in SA

Hey, neighbors! Gabriela Couvillion here with your Thursday copy of the San Antonio Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. High: 70 Low: 42. Attention, best law firms! We now offer sponsorship opportunities to local businesses interested in making lasting connections with customers in San Antonio. Click here to find …

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Austin mixed-use project with 625 apartments planned for East Fifth

Amid East Austin’s continued gentrification growth, Lincoln Ventures said it plans to build a six-story development on East Fifth Street that would have a mix of uses, including hundreds of apartments and grocery store. The company is expected to break ground on the project — at 2700 E. 5th St. …

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Week ending February 5, 2022

Every week, I share “news you can use” recaps: a handful of short blurbs from top financial news sources, so you can be caught up in less than a minute. I post them every Saturday. Use the comments below to let me know what you think! Here are some headlines …

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Opinion: A City for Champions gets its newsletter | Opinion

John Hazlehurst Now that funding has finally been secured for the Air Force Academy’s extraordinarily ambitious visitor center and mega-hotel, perhaps it’s time to assess the four completed City for Champions sites and make some guesses about the AFA project. Shortly after Steve Bach became the city’s first “strong mayor” …

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Sprouts Farmers Market plan for Fort Worth Avenue needs work, says peer review panel

Sprouts Farmers Market wants to build its ‘first new standalone’ prototypein the Dallas area at Hampton Road and Fort Worth Avenue, but the plan recently ran into roadblocks at City Hall. Cabbage, which is seeking financial incentives from the city, entered into a lease with Vista Property Co. last year …

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With the possible sale of the Holiday Inn, is Bridgeport’s hospitality industry dead or just inactive?

BRIDGEPORT — If and when a pending purchase of the downtown Holiday Inn materializes, Connecticut’s largest city will lose its only major hotel to rental housing. Local developer John Guedes said this week he plans to buy the nearly 40-year-old building and convert most of the 105 rooms into one- …

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Floyd County Leaders Consider Possible Uses for North Annex Building | News

NEW ALBANY – Floyd County leaders are considering the possibility of partnering with local agencies and developers for a mixed-use facility that could house government offices and other services, including a possible library branch and a center for the elderly. As county officials look to the future of government offices …

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9 splurges that won’t break your budget

Agency VAKS-Stock / Shutterstock.com Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on TheDollarStretcher.com. Are you ever tired of being thrifty? I know you are financially savvy and budget conscious, but is pinching every penny gets you down sometimes? Do you wish you could go crazy with your money without causing financial …

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Business Class: Madison Restaurants Participate in Food Funding Institute as it Goes National | Economic news

The first cohort, of which Banzo and Bonnie’s Balls are a part, first met in a webinar on January 15 and includes other institutions in Milwaukee, New York State and California. The Agriculture and Processing cohorts are accepting applications until January 30. Participants in the second food and beverage cohort …

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Security scanners across Europe linked to Chinese government and military | app

In some of the world’s most sensitive locations, authorities have installed security screening devices made by a single Chinese company with close ties to the Chinese military and the highest levels of the ruling Communist Party. The World Economic Forum in Davos. The largest ports in Europe. Airports from Amsterdam …

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Closed and short-staffed restaurants are becoming a growing problem

Photo courtesy of McDonald’s At a McDonald’s in suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, signs tell potential customers that the dining room is closed. It was similar to another place recently in Chicago. Meanwhile, a Minnesota Jimmy John’s closed early in the late afternoon. As it stood, its sign warned customers that …

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A View of the Hudson: Some Coffee Line Ideas | Local News

It was the America I grew up in. You took care of your own problems. You didn’t blame your hemorrhoids on whoever was president in Washington. Support local journalism Your subscription makes our reports possible. {{featured_button_text}} At the time, you knew what people did for work. My grandfather, George Fleming, …

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New plans in store for Clear Lake Randalls closed

Capital Partners, the investment arm of Partners Real Estate Co., has acquired a mall with a vacant Randalls grocery store in the Clear Lake area and is developing redevelopment plans. The 98,522 square foot Bay Pointe Shopping Center located at 2323 Clear Lake City Blvd. is 100 percent leased. The …

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Sixteen Candidates to Participate in the 2022 Enterprise Challenge in Yakima and Kittitas Counties | Local

A hybrid version of the annual Enterprise Challenge business plan competition is underway, co-sponsored by the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce and the Yakima County Development Association. Sixteen companies are vying for $ 17,500 in cash prizes at the 2022 event, which will be a mix of in-person and virtual …

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Renovations of historic Salamanca building nearing completion | Cattaraugus County

SALAMANCA – As renovations breathe new life into the historic Nies Block building, the project is coming to an end. Located at the corner of Main and River Streets, the building will provide the community with additional housing and retail space. Owner Gary Marchiori said the building, located at 63-75 …

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Jackson Teen Killed at Gas Station + Charter School Rules

Hello, Jackson! Catch up with each other to start this day on an informed note. These are the most important things happening in Jackson today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Cooler with a few showers. High: 56 Low: 26. Here are today’s top three Jackson stories: …

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Former Fargo Kmart site receives aid to make new housing possible – InForum

FARGO – Enclave co-founder Austin Morris said he drove by the old Kmart site on South University Drive here last year and asked his then 6-year-old daughter what she thought what would have to be done with the vacant building and the parking lot. “Do something that helps people,” she …

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🌱 Worried hospitals + sheltering the homeless + Nursing home crisis

Happy Thursday, Woonsocket! Here’s everything you need to know about Woonsocket today. I am Kathleen Stoddart and I am happy to share today’s news! First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Quite sunny. High: 33 Bottom: 24. Did you feel that cold wind blow last night? Here are …

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The Aspen Compound will close in April, ending the Su Casa restaurant and Eric’s bar race.

Eric’s Bar and Su Casa will close their doors for good with the end of this ski season in mid-April. (Kelsey Brunner / The Aspen Times) Watch out for Compound shoppers: Whether it’s feasting on fajitas at Su Casa, scooping up balls at Aspen Billiards, making a stogie at the …

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Here’s how to know if you should buy your car after leasing it | Entertainment News

Have you ever bought a vehicle, took it home with you and soon realized that it didn’t meet your needs? It happens all the time and it can be a costly endeavor. Whether it’s a rear seat sizing issue, cargo space issue, or frustration with too many blind spots, it’s …

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🌱 Child neglect claims at daycare + new café

Hey, Grand Rapids folks! It’s me again, Miranda Fraraccio, your host of Grand Rapids Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Rather cloudy and windy. High: 53 Low: 26. Here are the 3 best stories in Grand Rapids today: A man made a clear plea of ​​murder …

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Detroit’s first black-owned grocery store reinvents access to food

Neighborhood Grocery won’t compete with big box stores, but it doesn’t have to be. There comes a time in the life of almost any entrepreneur when they have to come to terms with their vision and reality. When Raphael Wright decided to open the first black-owned supermarket franchise in Detroit …

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Margaritaville sets sail with Margaritaville at Sea – Florida Trend

Today, Margueriteville announces Margaritaville at Sea, an offshore resort experience. The first cruise ship, Margaritaville Paradise, will deliver the fun, escape and state of mind synonymous with the global lifestyle brand. “For me, the only thing better than being on an oceanfront beach is being on the ocean. Now you …

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Historic Homes You May Own in the Central Illinois Area Local news

Feast your eyes on this beautifully restored 1914 home designed by the famous Arthur Pillsbury, set on a large corner lot in the beautiful Davis Annex. The house features FOUR fully finished levels, restored in homage to the original architecture and design. Major upgrades for 2021 include TWO new HVAC …

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Gro Intelligence – An AI company that improves decision-making in the areas of climate, food and agriculture

At the Bloomberg New Economy Forum 2021, Gro Intelligence CEO Sara Menker joined Werner Baumann, CEO of Bayer; David MacLennan, CEO of Cargill; Alloysius Attah, CEO of Farmerline; and Stephanie Flanders of Bloomberg Economics to discuss a wide range of topics from sustainable agriculture to scalable investments. The agriculture industry …

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“Taking Affordable Housing to a Whole New Level”: Lincoln nonprofit will help coordinate and fund city efforts | Local government

To be affordable, federal officials say rent and utilities shouldn’t exceed 30% of income. For a single person at 60% of the region’s median income, that’s $ 867 per month; and $ 1,238 per month for a family of four. For homeowners, affordable housing targets people living at 80% -100% …

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Ottawa-based Tangled Roots Brewing Co. plans to open in Washington

WASHINGTON – This is the next community in Illinois where Tangled Roots Brewing Co. intends to retreat. Washington downtown is the proposed site for a Tangled Roots installation. The brewer and operator of an Ottawa craft brewery plans to build a new two-story building at 140 Washington Square. A restaurant …

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“I have to go, go, go”: Mike Schmitz goes for it with a renewed spirit | Business

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Schmitz has dedicated his time and charity to feeding programs. “We have a great food bank here, but our small communities don’t,” he said. Schmitz has partnered with other organizations and civic groups to distribute non-perishable food items to 11 communities surrounding Dothan. Recently, Schmitz and …

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“Winter at the Plaza” to open at the State Capitol – Saratogian

ALBANY, NY – Governor Kathy Hochul has announced the official opening of the Winter at the Plaza event season. Starting December 3, the Empire “Skate” Plaza rink will open at noon, weather permitting. The annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony presented by Highmark Blue Shield of Northeast New York State will …

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Black Friday Shopping at Pearl Ridge Center Pt.2 | Hawaii News – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdj2h-rCgFs Oakland News Now – Black Friday Shopping at Pearl Ridge Center Pt. 2 – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Get ready to shop because …

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Developer calls for $ 1.45 million in tax relief for redevelopment of former Kmart site in South Fargo

The request will go to the city’s tax exemptions review committee on Tuesday, November 23, according to a memorandum dated Monday by Jim Gilmour, the city’s director of strategic planning and research. The city commission approved the development of a renewal plan and a financial plan review for the Enclave …

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86-page report seeks to help small businesses financially

Efforts to boost venture capital investment in Arkansas were spurred by an inaugural report from the University of Arkansas that highlights initiatives to provide more financing options for small businesses in the ‘State. The report, called the Arkansas Capital Scan, describes several categories of funding that startups and small businesses …

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Proposal for the development of Sangley pitché airport

A consortium made up of local and foreign groups, including the Yuchengco Group and billionaire Lucio C. Tan, submitted an unsolicited $ 10.9 billion proposal to the Cavite provincial government for the development of the Sangley Point International Airport (SPIA). The SPIA Development Consortium said it submitted the proposal after …

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New Inclusive DTC Beauty Platform Secures $ 3M Funding – and Supercharged Offline Strategy – TechCrunch

Earlier this week, Thirteen Moon, a direct-to-consumer beauty platform that launched last year in Los Angeles with $ 1 million seed funding from Diddy, Gwyneth Paltrow and Beautycounter founder Gregg Renfrew, announced funding additional start-up of $ 3 million. We normally couldn’t dwell on this kind of development, especially in …

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Non-profit to expand its facilities and services

Dégagé Ministries is expanding its current facilities and services with funding from Michigan Community Capital (MCC). The organization that serves homeless people in Grand Rapids secured a $ 7.5 million New Business Tax Credit (NMTC) from MCC, which kicked off a renovation project in two phases of the centenary building …

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Networks will drive business consumerization

In today’s “always-on” economy, consumers demand instant gratification in every way, and their personal finances are no exception. Whether it’s buying coffee, paying bills or accessing credit, consumers want it simple, fast and efficient. These expectations are now spilling over into the business world as well, as streamlined consumer experiences …

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Starbucks leaves downtown mall when lease expires

This story has been updated following a response from Starbucks. The Starbucks Coffee Shop on Church Street inside the Old Downtown Burlington Mall closes permanently after Monday, according to an email from Starbucks. “As difficult as it may be, we need to make the right business decisions in the interests …

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Starbucks Eyes Frictionless Payment | PYMNTS.com

In today’s restaurant and grocery store tech news, Starbucks is considering using Amazon’s “Just Walk Out” technology for cashless stores, and Walmart is taking automated grocery processing a step further. Additionally, Deglin Kenealy, Founder, CEO and President of Automated Pizza Kitchen Creator Basil Street Pizza, predicts the future of vending …

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October Party in Marietta | News, Sports, Jobs

Downtown Marietta restaurants are gearing up for Marietta Main Street’s very first October feast, scheduled for Sunday through October 23. to win prizes worth over $ 600 using bingo cards. Sixteen restaurants are participating in Octoberfeast, with a dozen offering special discounts, entrees and drinks for the occasion. With many …

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Beer bonds

Winnetka resident David Avram is finding innovative ways to market his Great Central Brewing Company beers to the North Shore market. A few years ago, David Avram was working on a brewery project in the western suburbs. Avram’s family, originally from Aurora, have been in the real estate business for …

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2. 7-Eleven | Top 400 2021

Rank of last year: 2 Investment range: $ 39,750 – $ 1,152,100 Initial investment: $ 0 – $ 1,000,000 Category: Retail Company Description 7-Eleven is one of the largest franchises in the world in terms of sales and ranks alone in the Top 200+ in terms of global units. The …

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Cobblestone hotel grand opening slated for October 6, Joe Giadone honored: The Prowers Journal

Lamar City Council approved an amendment to the incentive program for BriMark Buildings Construction, LLC for the Cobblestone Hotel Development Project during their September 27e Meet. Their attorneys had requested a change from the city council and redevelopment authority regarding the substantial completion date clause, provided the owner is in …

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