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Local Business Thrives Thanks to Support from Now Royal Meghan Markle

Please enable Javascript to watch this video SACRAMENTO — As the world prepared to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot, one Sacramento business was already celebrating success. From California to Windsor Castle — a Los Angeles native is preparing to enter the British Royal Family but before actress Markle fell in love with Harry, she fell for Birdies. She has been spotted many times wearing the slippers while filming as an actress on “Suits.” “She really showcased…

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‘Mnangagwa a down to earth leader with business mind’

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa is a down to earth leader with a business mind who interacts with citizens and has a vision to uplift those in need, the Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs, Cain Mathema, said yesterday. Speaking during the handover of a cheque for $15 000 to Victoria Falls District Hospital, raised through the sale of the President’s neck tie two months ago, Mathema said the funds would make a huge difference to health service delivery. “This is…

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‘ED a down to earth leader with business mind’

Minister Cain Mathema Leonard Ncube/Nozwelo HadebePRESIDENT Mnangagwa is a down to earth leader with a business mind who interacts with citizens and has a vision to uplift those in need, the Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs, Cde Cain Mathema, said yesterday. Speaking during the handover of a cheque for $15 000 to Victoria Falls District Hospital, raised through the sale of the President’s neck tie two months ago, Cde Mathema said the funds would make a huge…

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Turbeville’s oldest business thriving after 64 years

Turbeville’s oldest business thriving after 64 years by Staff Reports | May 19, 2018 6:56 am Last Updated: May 18, 2018 at 3:14 pm A patio with shaded tables and flower boxes sits outside Chat ’n’ Chew, Turbeville’s oldest business. Inside, members of the Clarendon County Fire Department and EMS as well as Turbeville residents chat and laugh over country-style food. Had Bernard Blackman and his wife, Willodene, not bought the…

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Nikol Pashinyan tasks SRC not to hamper business activities and continue curbing the shadow economy

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called at the State Revenue Committee (SRC) headquarters to introduce newly appointed SRC Chairman David Ananyan. The Premier thanked Vardan Harutyunyan for his efforts and wished David Ananyan every success in his new position. “The State Revenue Committee, the tax and customs systems have always been in the spotlight of the public, the media and the government. We are constantly talking about the reform of these systems, and note at the same time that they are…

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Nikol Pashinyan tasks SRC not to hamper business activities and continue curbing the shadow economy

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called at the State Revenue Committee (SRC) headquarters to introduce newly appointed SRC Chairman David Ananyan. The Premier thanked Vardan Harutyunyan for his efforts and wished David Ananyan every success in his new position. “The State Revenue Committee, the tax and customs systems have always been in the spotlight of the public, the media and the government. We are constantly talking about the reform of these systems, and note at the same time that they are…

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Fine Foods opens new “Best Price” Retail Outlet – Dominica News Online

 Fine Foods is excited to announce the opening of its newest retail location, “Best Price”.  Best Price is located in the former Save a lot building on River Bank next to KFC. In Best Price you will find your favorite household and hardware items from J.E.Nassief, great brands from Fine Foods, and some of the best priced grocery items you know from Save a lot. Although the business was severely affected by Hurricane Maria, Fine Foods has injected millions of…

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State Representative Gary Glenn In Hot Water With Labor And Business After “Terrorist” Remarks

State Representative Gary Glenn is in hot water with labor AND business after recently comparing Consumers Energy to a terrorist organization. The Williams Township Republican spoke after encountering a lobbyist for the Jackson based utility. Glenn said there was a threat to hold up legislation allowing the state to approve long term utility rates for industrial customers unless Glenn stopped disrespecting Consumers in committee. That measure ultimately passed the House Thursday. Glenn described that kind of arrogance as bred of…

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Martin Birse – taking stock makes business sense

In uncertain times, taking stock can make good business sense. Over the last 10 years, Pitgaveny Farms has taken advantage of the Integrated Land Management Plan and its predecessor, the Whole Farm Review (WFR), to employ a professional consultant to assess the financial and physical condition of the business. These schemes identify business strengths, eliminate weaknesses, and take advantage of opportunities to build a business which is resilient to future threats, such as reduced production subsidies. The original WFR carried…

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Oxford business to host appreciation BBQ

OXFORD — As a thank you to all those who have worked tirelessly after Tuesday’s storm to make roads safer and restore power to those in the dark, a business in Oxford is hosting an appreciation barbecue. Ace Hardware, at 300 Oxford Road in the Quarry Walk Plaza, will host the barbecue from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. “We would like to take the opportunity to demonstrate appreciation to the men and women who have helped,” the business said.…

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Payroll fraud so rampant in Utah’s construction industry that legitimate firms say they are being forced out of business

Payroll fraud is now so widespread in Utah’s construction industry that unions, government investigators and contractors agree it is pushing legitimate companies out of business — because they can’t compete financially with rulebreakers. “It’s very blatant,” said Brendan Call, an assistant Utah attorney general. The groups delivered that message to the Legislature’s Business and Labor Interim Committee this week, but offered few solutions. State and federal officials say they have many ongoing investigations, but are hampered by a lack of…

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£3m business park to create 100 jobs in Huddersfield is almost ready

A £3m business park set to create up to 100 jobs in Huddersfield is almost ready. And agents for the 2.73-acre Bridge Business Park at Colnebridge have already reported interest from a number or prospective tenants. The business park at Colnebridge Road, off Leeds Road, will be completed next month to provide six units ranging from 2,500sq ft to 10,750sq ft. They are being built in three blocks arranged around a central service courtyard, providing room for vehicles to turn…

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Woodlands Senior Living receives business of the year award

Woodlands Senior Living ownership, family and longest-serving employees accept Renys Large Business Award at 2018 MFBA. Left to right is Bob Pelletier, Pam Smith, Joyce Walters, Linda Johnston, David Walters, Lon Walters, Kerry-Sue Walters, Matthew Walters, Jennifer Walters, Jill Sirois, Rose Hale and Sue Plisga. FARMINGTON – Woodlands Senior Living, which operates Woodlands Memory Care of Farmington, was named the Renys Large Business of the Year at the 2018 Maine Family Business Awards. The company was selected from 24 finalists…

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U.S. bill to reform foreign investment review wins business group’s support

WASHINGTON, May 18 (Reuters) – A lobbying group representing major foreign companies doing business in the United States including Anheuser Busch Inbev and Siemens said on Friday it had dropped its opposition to bills that would tighten oversight of foreign investment. The U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives are considering bills introduced in November that would expand the powers of the inter-agency Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS, which reviews investments to ensure they do…

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Business owners react to massive fire in Downtown Franklin Thursday afternoon

FRANKLIN, Va. – A close-knit community on Main Street in Franklin, full of customers and locally owned businesses. “We love what we do,” Mary Morris, who manages Mackans Office Supply and Printing, said. “We love the people that we are surrounded by in our community.” Thursday afternoon one of their own experienced a tragedy. Trinkets and Treasures went up in flames. “There has never been a fire like this,” the owner of Jane’s Buscuits told News 3. The building was destroyed and…

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World Bank Sends Analysts to Assess Russia’s Business Reforms Implementation

Business 23:30 17.05.2018(updated 00:13 18.05.2018) Get short URL WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – A team of analysts from the World Bank are currently visiting Russia to meet with government and private sector officials to asses the implementation of regulatory reforms, Senior Private Sector Development Specialist at World Bank’s Doing Business project Valentina Saltane told Sputnik on Thursday. “Right now as we speak we have two colleagues that are presently visiting Moscow and St. Petersburg to meet with the government agencies as well as to do an independent…

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