Business Funding

Metropolitan government sells funds to various companies – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Black residents represent more than 23% of the population of Louisville. But, only about 2% of the city’s businesses are owned by blacks. This could be attributed to the racial prejudice and discrimination that people of color face. in the form of economic, cultural and institutional barriers. Mayor Greg Fischer on Thursday promoted the city’s efforts, including $ 14.6 million ...

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Evers veto the financing of the purchase of closed stationery

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – Gov. Tony Evers on Thursday vetoed a bipartisan bill designed to help save two closed paper mills and another measure criticized by open case advocates to create an office of human resources for the legislature, saying it would protect the documents from public release. Evers signed bills to eliminate the need for a barber’s or cosmetology ...

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Ways to finance your small business

This Fgeneral inquiry shows that about 44% of small business owners borrowed money to cover business expenses. Most of these owners choose to borrow funds to buy equipment, finance projects and other activities for the growth of the business. So there is no shame in getting a loan or other financing options for your business. Financing options you can consider ...

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On the money: Businesses and labor groups approve bipartite infrastructure deal | Conservatives Oppose IRS Funding | Unemployment claims rise, stocks fall

Happy Thursday and welcome to On The Money, where we would like to congratulate New York City on its new submarine channel system. I’m Sylvan Lane, and here’s your evening guide to everything to do with your bills, your bank account, and your bottom line. Do you see something that I missed? Let me know at [email protected] or tweet me ...

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Pension fund pursues sale of Extended Stay America for more than $ 6 billion

A shareholder in Extended Stay America’s Michigan pension fund has filed a lawsuit against the hotel company in connection with its acquisition by Blackstone Real Estate Partners and Starwood Capital Group. In a June 10 complaint filed with the Delaware Court of Chancellery, the Town of Warren General Employees Retirement System requested an inspection of ESA’s books and records “to ...

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Celtics Support Minority-Owned Small Businesses With New Grants Program

A dozen small minority-owned businesses have just received Power Forward grants. The Celtics have partnered with Vistaprint and the NAACP to provide each winner with $ 25,000 plus marketing assistance. It’s all part of a social justice initiative. The grants went to various local businesses, including Dorchester-based Coils to Locs, a wig company started by Dianne Austin. Austin’s line was ...

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Media Credit: Grant Osborne featured in Business North Carolina

The article, “‘The JAB, or Your Job’: Mandatory Vaccinations in the Private Workplace,” details employers’ rights to require employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. As always, there are a few caveats and Grant explains some of these stipulations. From the article: The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) of 1990 prohibits covered employers from discriminating against applicants and employees on the ...

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