Memphis doesn’t see much capital investment – and when it does, the money goes to white neighborhoods

Ayers grocery store in the Klondike-Smokey City neighborhood. This and other predominantly black neighborhoods in Memphis have not seen significant capital investment, according to an Urban Institute study released Thursday. Photo by Brandon Dill for MLK50 Little private or philanthropic dollars are committed to improving Memphis’ neighborhoods, and the investment that exists goes largely to the whiter parts of the ...

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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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Secure or student credit cards: which ones to choose

If you are a student, it can be difficult to get a conventional credit card because you probably have little or no credit history that card issuers can judge you on. In this case, a student credit card or a secured credit card could be the solution. Either type will give you the convenience of a credit card while helping ...

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EDPB issues new guidelines on storing credit card data for future purchases | Latham & Watkins LLP

Online retailers storing credit card data for the sole purpose of facilitating further purchases will likely need to obtain consumer consent. Online shopping has exploded in recent years. In 2020, the European statistical agency Eurostat valued that 7 out of 10 internet users made online purchases within 12 months. The European Central Bank find that the total number of non-cash ...

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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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Why Bloom Energy Stock has fallen 15% so far this week

What happened Actions of Flowering energy (NYSE: BE), which makes fuel cells, fell 15% through Thursday this week. That said, the stock had managed to reduce this loss to “only” 12.5% ​​as the close of the trading day approached July 8. really helps fill the story. So what The key is to step back and look at the big picture. ...

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Tickets are still available for Saturday’s Peace & Unity Festival featuring Method Man, Redman, Wu-Tang members, Ja Rule, Ashanti and more

STATEN ISLAND, NY – If you’re looking to experience rap royalty, there’s still time to buy tickets for the Staten Island Peace & Unity Festival on Saturday at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden. Method Man, Redman, Wu-Tang members, Ja Rule and Ashanti will be among the performers. The mega event was held to encourage non-violence, solidarity and ...

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Citi Custom Cash Credit Card Review

Key information Automatically earn 5% cash back in your highest qualifying spend category on purchases up to $ 500 in each bill cycle. Earn 1% cash back on all other purchases. Earn a $ 200 sign-up bonus after spending $ 750 on purchases in the first three months of card membership. There is no annual fee. Advantages and disadvantages Benefits ...

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Advance Auto Parts Stock is Es

Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP, 30-year financials) stock gives all indications of being slightly overvalued, according to GuruFocus Value’s calculation. The GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus’s estimate of the fair value at which the stock is to trade. It is calculated based on the historical multiples at which the stock has traded, past business growth, and analysts’ estimates of future business ...

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US banks to see profits rise sharply in second quarter before results return to normal

File photo: A combined file photo shows Wells Fargo, Citibank, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs. REUTERS / File Photo July 8 (Reuters) – With feared pandemic loan losses not materializing, most major U.S. banks are expected to post a stunning rebound in quarterly profits next week, even as trading revenues plummet and revenues from loans ...

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SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Notifies Rocket Companies, Inc. Shareholders of Class Action and Lead Plaintiff Deadline of August 30, 2021

New York, New York – (Newsfile Corp. – July 8, 2021) – The following statement is released by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP: To: All persons or entities who have purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Rocket Companies, Inc. (“Rocket Companies”) (NYSE: RKT) between February 25, 2021 and May 5, 2021. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit ...

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Strategy Insights: Marketing to attract and retain buyers

Strategy Insights: Marketing to win and retain buyers | 360 digital commerce Log into Digital Commerce 360 Almost 62% of retailers report increasing their digital marketing budget in 2021. That’s according to the new digital marketing survey from Digital Commerce 360. Marketing is a critical part of any business, as online retailers must both acquire and retain customers in order ...

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Federal government forgives more than $ 1 million in PPP loans to top anti-vaccines

Ttalk about a sick case. The Small Business Administration gave vaccine conspirators a shot in the arm of more than $ 1 million by forgiving massive loans to major vaccine opponents, a Daily Beast review revealed. Ironically, this infusion came through the Paycheck Protection Program, intended to ease the economic pressure brought on by the pandemic – the same pandemic ...

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