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Get N.J. offshore wind power back on track; Business bathrooms not for everyone | Feedback

With the enactment in 2010 of New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Economic Development Act (OWEDA), sponsored by Sen. Stephen Sweeney, our state was set to become a leader in electricity from offshore wind.  This was going to open up an entire new sector of the economy that would have created good-paying jobs for decades to come, attracted an enormous amount of businesses and capital, and generated cheap, clean energy. Unfortunately, after enthusiastically signing the bill, Gov. Chris Christie and his administration…

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Local women join the Commonwealth business pool

Commonwealth Business Women (Malawi Chapter) recently brought together about 100 women in business and various organisations that support businesswomen to champion the cause of women entrepreneurship. The event was organised by the Department for International Development (DfID), Dzuka Africa, Belle Afrique and Mzuzu Entrepreneurs Hub as partners, and was hosted at the British High Commissioner’s residence in Lilongwe. Tett: It is exciting to see CBW Malawi chapter being formed British High Commissioner, Holly Tett said it made economic sense to…

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Interview with Robert Jenrick MP

LONDON — Robert Jenrick knows a bit about inequality. When he was running for his seat as Conservative Member of Parliament for Newark, a rural-suburban constituency near Nottingham, he was attacked by the Daily Mail for being too rich: “Tory candidate Robert Jenrick says that just because he has three homes ‘it doesn’t mean I don’t know about life on the breadline,’” the tabloid wailed. “Jenrick presents himself as a ‘father, local man and small businessman,’” the paper fumed, “In…

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Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area Business Briefs for April 22, 2018 | Business

FoodPreneurs summit set at Southern Southern University is holding a FoodPreneurs Accelerator Summit from  8 a.m. to 3 p. m. May 5 in the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at 616 Harding Blvd. in Baton Rouge. The summit will provide an overview and the steps on how to start and run a food service business, including a restaurant, catering business, bakery, or food kiosk or truck. Topics covered are nutrition composition, food safety, nutrition facts, trademarks and secrets, patents, copyright,…

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Here are 43 business licenses approved in Bluffton in March

Electrical Repair Itek Squad, LLC — 41 Goethe Road Marketing AD Marketing — 7 Office Way Suite, Hilton Head Joshua Meacham — 110 Traders Cross, Okatie Landscaping Champion Tree & Stump — 4 Gold Oak Court, Hilton Head Galvez Tree Pruning — 4 Little Garden Path Palma of the Lowcountry — 200 Main Street, Hilton Head Palmetto Coastal Landscaping — 7589 Tarboro Road, Ridgeland Georgia Lawn Care — 521 N. Main Street, Sylvania, GA Alva Landscaping — 137 Goethe Road…

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Small Business: Making life easier for Surf Life Saving volunteers – Air Hull Group

Veteran surf life saver Mark Goodhew, who has 44 patrolling seasons under his belt, has invented a foldaway boat with a rigid hull which he hopes will make work easier for the volunteers patrolling New Zealand shoreline. What does your business do? The Air Hull business was developed around a concept that manifested itself about three years ago, through my extensive years of Surf Life Saving. There had been no new innovation in actual rescue craft at the time and…

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New York World’s Most Expensive Business Travel Destination

New York The average cost of a business trip to New York City is $866 (£611) daily, making the city the priciest in the world for business travellers, according to a new report by global mobility experts ECA International. “The high demand for hotels in New York is reflected in the premium rate that rooms are currently charged at, averaging $556 (£392) per night at a 4-star hotel,” said Simon Franklin, daily rates manager at ECA International. “The high cost…

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‘Dangerous’ man sought by police in connection with sexual assault inside Edmonton business

Edmonton police have issued an arrest warrant in connection with an alleged sexual assault that happened early Friday morning at a business in the area of Capilano Mall. At about 4:30 a.m. on Friday, a man entered a business near 101st Avenue and 50th Street, locking the doors behind him, police said.  Adam Basque, 28, is being sought by Edmonton police in connection with an alleged sexual assault that took place early Friday morning inside a business. (Supplied) Coming up behind…

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What To Consider When Selling Your Business

When you start and build up a business, you may decide that selling it is the right option for you later down the line. This makes sense, especially if you can sell for a reasonable amount of money, you might even be able to retire. Of course, those who enjoy making new businesses and love seeing them succeed may not be able to retire forever, but if that’s the case, then you can use your profits to fund the new…

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Deputies seek man in fatal shooting at Orange County…

ORLANDO, Fla. – Authorities are investigating after a man was found fatally shot at an Orlando business, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies said the shooting happened at a bail bonds business on Michigan Street Friday afternoon. Orange County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Jane Watrel said the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call at about 1:20 p.m. from a woman who said she could not get in contact with her loved one, James Cole. When deputies arrived at the business, they found 53-year-old Cole dead…

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Business owner frustrated at being forced out of Crystal Community Center

CRYSTAL TOWNSHIP — Four years ago, a private business was granted permission by the Crystal Township Board to set up shop in the township-owned Crystal Community Center. Herbal Vibrations co-owner Tonya McCarty expressed her frustration at the April 11 Crystal Township Board meeting on the board’s decision to no longer rent to commercial businesses at the township-owned Crystal Community Center. — Daily News/Cory Smith Now, Herbal Vibrations co-owner Tonya McCarty is begrudgingly closing up shop, as changes made to the township’s…

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Taking Care of Business: Ready, set, shop – 2 new stores open on the square

It’s hip to be square. It certainly was in 1986 when Huey Lewis and The News released their pop song by the same name, but it’s coming back around these days in Decatur. Just this week two more stores opened downtown, including TwoEightySeven Home on State Street and Swift and Company on Walnut Street. TwoEightySeven is the long-awaited home and gift shop of Kim Moran, wife of developer Mark Moran, who’s transformed Decatur’s downtown into a fun place to hang…

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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: How We Keep Your Business Up and Running 24/7/365 – Business News Today

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: How We Keep Your Business Up and Running 24/7/365 – Business News Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for global professionals · Saturday, April 21, 2018 · 443,291,049 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools Press Releases Events & Conferences Source link

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Gmail vs Outlook: which is best for productivity and business? – Services

Google’s email service is the reigning champion, but Microsoft’s is rapidly improving. We put the two head-to-head. Like reports of Mark Twain’s death, the demise of email has been greatly exaggerated over the years. It very much continues to be the core of our communications with colleagues, partners, friends and family and looks set to remain that way for some time to come.  Given the massive amount of time we spend each working day sending, reading and replying to emails,…

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Green Development Solar Project Will Provide North Smithfield $10 Million in New Revenue if Approved

Email to a friend Permalink Saturday, April 21, 2018 GoLocalProv Business Team   Green’s project would generate millions in new revenue North Smithfield could be a big winner in the location of a major solar project that will provide the town approximately $10 million in new revenue over the next 20 years. Representatives of Green Development, a renewable energy developer based in Rhode Island, will testify before the North Smithfield Town Council on Monday evening and outline the proposed project…

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