Monthly Archives: July 2021

Business and Healthcare Executives Join Latino Equity Fund Committee

The Latino Equity Fund, the Commonwealth’s premier philanthropic fund focused on the Latino community, announced the addition of two Boston area leaders to the fund committee, Joseph R. Betancourt, senior vice president of equity and Massachusetts General Hospital Community Health; and Ruben F. Salinas, serial medical technology entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor, government advisor and activist. They join a committee of 16 ...

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Defense Department Releases Report to Congress on Military Loan Act Rate Cap | Ballard Spahr srl

The Department of Defense (DoD) published a report to the House Committee on Armed Services regarding the impact of a military annual percentage rate (MAPR) cap of less than 30% on military readiness and military retention. The DoD, in consultation with the Treasury Department, was required to provide the report under the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2021. ...

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Debt, not coal, earns $ 388 million in profit for Adani

Controversial coal miner Adani Mining posted an annual profit of $ 388.4 million in Australia without selling as much as a bucket of coal, thanks to a stronger Australian dollar against the US greenback. In its financial accounts on file with the corporate regulator, Adani Mining said it generated revenue of just $ 8 million – most of it from ...

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Hide your pies! NJ’s Jason Biggs hosts the “Cash At Your Door” television game show.

Jason biggs surprises unwitting owners with heaps of money. This changes from his’ 90s hobby: horrifying Eugene Levy with his dessert-violating antics in “American pie. “ Biggs, 43, who was born in Pompton Plains and raised in Hasbrouck Heights, is the host of a new game show called … “Jason Biggs’ money at your doorstep.” On the show, Biggs shows ...

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Select businesses in downtown York to receive Bloom grant funds

Some businesses in downtown York have been selected to receive Bloom Grant funding from Downtown Inc. to help them recover or grow their businesses. Downtown Inc announced the recipients of the 2021 Downtown Bloom Grant in a press release. The 10 downtown businesses that will receive funding, and what they plan to do with it, include: A Chinatown Express: purchase ...

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Matching grant program available to help local businesses attract new employees

Through Citizen staff | at July 19, 2021 Virginia Career Works logo Small, local businesses can get help attracting new employees through signing bonuses through a matching grant program through Virginia Career Works Capital Region. The Hiring Incentive Program is part of the state’s Return to Earn initiative and will pay qualifying businesses up to $ 500 in matching funds ...

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