Monthly Archives: October 2021

Nifty could win 70 points on opening, says SGX Nifty

After falling for three consecutive days, Indian markets are expected to show some resistance on Friday. SGX Nifty indicates an opening gap of 70 points for Nifty. Analysts said although the major benchmarks move in a narrow range, some depreciated meters in the mid and small cap space could see some value buy at lower levels. However, with valuations remaining ...

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Restaurant owner Brinker International cites higher prices, fewer workers as profits fall

Labor issues, from shortages to strikes, are escalating and hurting corporate profits. The growing likelihood of further wage gains looming higher costs and slimmer margins, while also undermining the prospect of transitory inflation. The latest news on the job comes from catering company Brinker International Inc. – the Dallas-based parent company of restaurant chains Chili’s and Maggiano’s Little Italy. The ...

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PNC Foundation Announces $ 16.8 Million Grant to Support and Develop Black-Owned Businesses through New Howard University Center for Entrepreneurship

Stimulates PNC’s commitment to supporting black entrepreneurship and economic empowerment Posted: October 20, 2021 at 9:35 a.m. EDT|Update: 1 hour ago PITTSBURGH, 20 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – The PNC Foundation today announced a five-year term, $ 16.8 million grant to create the Howard University and PNC National Center for Entrepreneurship – aimed at creating resources and support for ...

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I am buying a vacation home. How do I pay for it?

Q. I’m thinking of buying a vacation cottage worth about $ 200,000. I have $ 100,000 in cash and a $ 100,000 equity line on my first home. I have good credit and can probably get a mortgage. What’s the best way to do it? – Buyer, maybe A. There are several options for purchasing a vacation cabin. Without knowing ...

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Future unknown for Marshall athletics with C-USA likely to lose 6 members to AAC

The future of Conference USA is in limbo with six of its members looking to join the American Athletic Conference. According to several national media and first reported by Yahoo! Sports, UAB, Florida Atlantic, Rice, North Texas, UTSA and Charlotte are expected to apply for AAC membership starting this week. All six schools would almost certainly be accepted, leaving Marshall ...

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How Alabama can attract more entrepreneurs and start-ups

Alabama’s desire to drive economic growth through innovation, entrepreneurship, and technology has a clear roadmap for success through the work of dozens of Alabama’s public and private sector leaders. These leaders gathered on October 14 in Montgomery for the final meeting of the Alabama Innovation Commission (AIC), also known as Innovate Alabama. The commission was established by Governor Kay Ivey ...

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Warren helps businesses finance exterior improvements | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – The city will provide additional financial assistance to businesses in Warren affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. A number of businesses have postponed improving their building exteriors due to declining revenues. In response, the city created an Exterior Improvement Program that will provide up to $ 10,000 to business and commercial property owners to make exterior improvements to their ...

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