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How Debt Stress Affects Body and Mind | Economic news

If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know here. · Ciao! Sandwich Shoppe will open a second location on College Hill in Easton, replacing The Kettle Room · René and Grisellies Benique opened Cafe Ezekiel 47 at 10 S. Fifth Ave., near Fifth …

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What we know about federal charges

A federal trial is underway in Atlanta for reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley, who are accused of bank fraud and tax evasion. U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross said jury selection was scheduled to take place on Monday with opening statements expected on Tuesday. Here’s what we know about …

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A look back at PPP’s legacy in Central Mass.

More than two years ago, small businesses in Greater Worcester and across the country suffered a devastating and unexpected blow to their operations. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the temporary closure of thousands of Worcester County businesses, many of which have had to close permanently. Businesses deemed non-essential, such as …

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The stars of ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ will be judged in Atlanta

ATLANTA — A federal trial for reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley on bank fraud and tax evasion charges is set to begin Monday in Atlanta. The trial begins just days after E! announced it was moving forward with a new dating series, “Love Limo,” hosted by Todd Chrisley …

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Instacart gears up for IPO amid consumer pivot

Now might not be the best time for Instacart to enter the public market. After years of preparation, the grocery aggregator announced Thursday, May 12, a confidential filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an initial public offering (IPO). Read more: Instacart launches long-awaited public offering Reports of …

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New York developer receives $92 million loan to complete project billed as the largest speculative office building in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood | News

anchor Rendering of the structure that will stand at 1497-1538 Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn. Image: Parkview Financial A New York developer has secured a $92 million loan to complete a project billed as the largest speculative office building in Brooklyn’s …

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At 71, I’m still paying off my student loans. Here is what I learned.

At 71, I’m still paying off my student loans. (Luckily, I’m almost done.) My experience paying off those loans — and sending four kids to college — led me to an inescapable conclusion: Not every high school graduating child should go to college. At least not right away. Parents need …

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For many Minnesota businesses, PPP loans were a saving grace

After years of brewing his own beer at home, Don Anderson, with the support of a childhood friend, wife and daughter, took a leap of faith in 2019 and opened Fat Pants Brewing Co. at Eden Prairie on Thanksgiving week. Sales in December, the brewery’s first full month of business, …

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Menendez, Payne, Jr. and Baraka Join NJ EDA in Small Business Walk to Kick Off National Small Business Week

NEWARK, New Jersey – U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (DN.J.), Congressman Donald Payne, Jr. (DN.J.-10), and Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka today joined the Authority of New Jersey Economic Development (NJEDA) for a small business march along Halsey Street in Newark to kick off National Small Business Week. “Anyone who …

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How to save more, even as inflation bites into income

Saving money could become more difficult in the coming months, with inflation a problem and tens of millions of Americans without even a modest emergency fund. Tax season is over, which means two out of three Americans have recently received a refund, which is a nice cushion. But for many …

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Student debt: Biden ‘not considering’ $50,000 loan forgiveness but will consider other options

bowdenimages/Getty Images/iStockphoto Federal borrowers will have to wait a little longer to find out how President Joe Biden intends to deal with growing student debt in the United States. One thing they shouldn’t expect is Biden forgiving $50,000 of debt per borrower, as some had hoped. See: 9 bills you …

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Isolation rules eased but hospitality and traders on their knees due to COVID

posted on April 26, 2022 Briscola’s Italian restaurant owner Gianni Guglielmin calls it “COVID Excuse Fatigue” – customers are growing frustrated with delays and staff shortages and resorting to abusive employees. While Gianni said COVID hadn’t impacted the demand for tables, he had witnessed an increase in verbal attacks on …

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Small business owners struggle to get bank loans

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Small business owners who turn to nonprofits, business development centers and crowdfunding are lucky to get the financial support they need, but those who request loans from their banks are not. Small businesses in need of a loan find banks stingy Small businesses are still struggling …

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Baguio food tourism underway to help eateries recover

OUTDOOR KITCHEN | Tourists were introduced to shared community meals, usually at cañao (ritual feasts), in this photo taken in 2016 when Baguio City’s food festival “Mangan Taku” was first introduced by the ministry tourism. (Photo by EV ESPIRITU/Inquirer Northern Luzon) BAGUIO CITY, Benguet, Philippines – With the volume of …

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Houston Coffee Shop Southside Espresso bids involuntary farewell to Montrose

Owner Sean Marshall hangs out at Southside Espresso, the cafe he’s run in Montrose for a decade. Courtesy picture. South Side Espresso at 904 Westheimer in the same building as Uchi Houston — the historic former location of Mexican restaurant Felix — says goodbye with a farewell party on Saturday, …

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For 15 years, East Bay Company, the Xocolate bar has forged its way against all odds

Malena Lopez-Maggi, founder and owner of Berkeley’s Xocolate Bar, first encountered the lobster parable while browsing social media. Rather than easily molting its shell and growing a new one over the seasons, the crustacean swells and swells inside the same shell until the discomfort becomes too great – its shell …

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Linkedin deactivates Air Force Vet account after criticizing loan forgiveness – JONATHAN TURLEY

We discussed the expanding censorship programs on Twitter, Facebook and other social media. These programs have notably targeted conservative viewpoints on contemporary controversies. Now LinkedIn has added his company name to this dastardly effort, according to an Air Force veteran whose account was deactivated after criticizing calls for the loan …

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Lupulandia is closing its doors, a fully equipped space is now available for rent

Anthony LaVia removed the items one by one from the half-disassembled brewhouse. To his left was a candy vending machine. Nearby, a dismantled blue painting of a Latina woman leaning against the wall – all relics of the now closed Lupulandia. Brasserie Lupulandia, the Tijuana-themed beer hall at 2243 Mission …

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Sonnenblick-Eichner Company arranges $30,000,000 from the first

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sonnenblick-Eichner Company has arranged $30 million in long-term fixed rate financing for the Inn at the Pier, a luxury boutique hotel 104-room, full-service property located half a block from the Pacific Ocean in Pismo Beach, California. The non-recourse loan was funded …

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South Carolina Senate’s only black Republican sworn in

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) — South Carolina’s new senator was sworn in Tuesday. Surrounded by his family, Sen. Mike Reichenbach became the newest member of the chamber a week after winning a special election for his Florence County district with 90% of the vote. Reichenbach is a political newcomer and owner …

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Boulder County businesses receive $1.26 billion in federal Paycheck Protection Program loans

Cal-Wood Education Center, a nonprofit group in Jamestown, saw its operating income disappear as after-school school was canceled when the pandemic hit in March 2020. Front Range school night excursions, many of which are in Boulder Valley, make up the majority of outdoor education centerthat’s the deal. Cal-Wood executive director …

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“Is it worth trying to save money when I earn so little?”

The Cut’s financial advice columnist Charlotte Cowles answers readers’ personal questions about personal finance. Email your financial puzzles to [email protected] Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Photos: Getty Images Do the best is a special series about ambition – how we define it, harness it and conquer it. I’m 26 and make …

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After losing SBA grant, veteran-owned restaurant reopens – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A restaurant owned by a Denton County veteran is open again after closing its doors when the grant promised by the federal government was not paid. After serving his country for 12 years, U.S. Army veteran David Jordan is thrilled to serve Denton again. “Talking to some of my regular …

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3 super high yielding energy stocks to buy in 2022 and beyond

The dividend yield on the S&P500 has steadily declined over the years. It is currently hovering around a two-decade low of around 1.3%. This is due to a high valuation of the index relative to its historical average and a preference for share buybacks over dividends by an increasing number …

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Most Americans are seeing the effects of inflation, polls show, and many expect no relief

Most Americans say they are seeing the effects of soaring inflation, according to a new survey, and many are cutting spending in some area. (iStock) Most Americans are starting to see the impact of soaring inflation on their wallets, according to a new survey from a market research firm essential …

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🌱 BR Man Loaded With $1.4M Student Loan Scheme + Pioneer Award

Happy Wednesday, Baton Rouge! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s going on in Baton Rouge today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and cool. High: 66 Low: 42. Here are the top three stories in Baton Rouge today: …

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Mariupol, Ukraine, Arkansas Auto Show Filming, March Madness: The Biggest News You Missed

The Mariupol school housing 400 inhabitants is bombed The pounding of the beleaguered port city of Mariupol intensified on Sunday as Russia’s bloody assault on Ukraine waded deeper into its fourth week. The Mariupol city council accused the Russian army of bombing an art school where around 400 people had …

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create restaurants: Notice of Borrowing and Repayment of Funds

Press release: create restaurants holdings inc. (3387 IS1) February 28, 2022 Notice of Borrowing and Repaying Funds create restaurants holdings inc. announces that we have repaid our short-term borrowings and our perpetual subordinated loans as described below, while we have restored our …

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Despite recovery, San Diego economy remains ‘fragile’

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Just after 10 a.m. on a recent Tuesday, staff at Kearny Mesa’s Tahini Restaurant were busy preparing the lunch rush for its chicken and steak shawarma. “It pays homage to our culture and the places our families come from, while doing so in a way that …

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The Congressional spending bill battle had a message for Main Street

Elizabeth Frantz | Reuters A majority of Main Street small business owners say they favor more financial assistance from the federal government, but the resolution of the battle in Congress last week over the federal government’s spending bill shows that it may not come . This shouldn’t be a surprise. …

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Lamont pushes tax cuts during stops in the borough, Southbury, Beacon Falls

SOUTHBURY — Governor Ned Lamont speaks with Heritage Village residents Steve Kovacs (right) and Daniel Bacon (centre) in Southbury on Monday. Steve Bigham Republican-American By Andreas Yilma New citizens and Steve Bigham Republican-American NAUGATUCK — Governor Ned Lamont made stops in Southbury, Beacon Falls and around the borough on Monday …

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CARROLS RESTAURANT GROUP, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-K)

Our fiscal years consist of 52 or 53 weeks ending on the Sunday closest to the 31st of December. The year closed January 2, 2022 contained 52 weeks and the fiscal year ended January 3, 2021 contained 53 weeks. introduction We are a holding company and conduct all of our …

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Federal case in Charlotte could set precedent nationwide

(QUEEN CITY NEWS) – Seven days ago, President Joe Biden warned people. “The Watch Dogs are back and we’re going to prosecute the criminals who stole billions in relief money meant for small businesses and millions of Americans,” Biden said during the state of the day address. Union. The crackdown …

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Mom reveals how she paid off $137,000 debt

When we want we can. This might be the perfect one-liner to describe Brandyn Rodriguez and her journey to paying off $137,000 in debt. “Getting into debt wasn’t hard. You name it, I had it, student loans, car payments, medical bills, credit cards, everything,” Rodriguez, 38, said. to “Good Morning …

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The first two years | News, Sports, Jobs

-Submitted graphic This rendering shows what the new strip mall under construction at Corridor Plaza in Fort Dodge will look like. It will be on the east side of the property, near South 29th Street. Teriyaki Madness and Clean Laundry are the first businesses set to move into the mall …

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Finance Kitchen to launch a hospitality-focused P2P lender

Specialist finance broker Finance Kitchen is set to launch its own loan portfolio to fund loans for the hospitality industry. These loans will be funded partly by block discounting and partly by peer-to-peer investments. The new lender aims to help small independent hotel operators looking to acquire and develop new …

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$50,000 grant in Lebanon awarded to developers of The Old Mill | WJHL

LEBANON, Va. (WJHL) — The City of Lebanon has officially awarded its $50,000 Downtown Restaurant Incentive Grant to one lucky entrepreneur. After experiencing an increase in the number of grant applicants, the city extended the submission deadline to February 14. City manager Drew Shortt said they had gone from three …

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CAPITAL IDEAS: You’ll pay more, and you’ll love it!

Usually, when inflation rises, consumers change their buying habits. If beef prices rise, consumers buy more chicken. Or, if kids’ shoes are too expensive at Macy’s, parents can go to Target or Walmart. Usually this does not happen in this cycle. I present these specific names as conceptual examples. Walmart …

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Vision 2022 | ‘Shock for the system’: Banks swimming in deposits, but facing low net interest margins | News

Rising deposits, tight interest margins, increased preference for digital banking – the past two years since the pandemic began have brought a lot of change to community banks. Fiscal stimulus provided by the federal government has worked its way through the banking system, bolstering deposits, said Jeffrey A. Stopko, president …

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Local restaurant benefits from program committed to saving black-owned businesses

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, 41% of black-owned businesses have closed since the start of the pandemic compared to 17% of white businesses. The National Urban League and Pepsi have teamed up to reverse that trend by committing $10 million, over the next five …

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FLANIGANS ENTERPRISES INC MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONS (Form 10-Q)

CAUTION REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS Reported financial results may not be indicative of the financial results of future periods. All non-historical information contained in the following discussion constitutes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of …

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Business News: Restructuring of GF Lyon… Revitalization of Altru & EGF

U.S. jobless claims rose last week but remain near historic lows, reflecting relatively few layoffs across the economy. Unemployment claims rose by 23,000 to 248,000 last week, the Labor Department reported. The four-week average of claims, which offsets weekly volatility, fell from 10,500 to 243,250. Fueled by wage gains, strong …

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Lessons from Black Restaurant Week in our Segregated Food City

CHICAGO — Vanetta Roy refuses to resign. After speaking to the Chicago entrepreneur, I became convinced that this is one of the reasons his self-built restaurant chain, Surf’s Up, is thriving in such dire circumstances. Thursday, we started talking by chance. I scanned the menus online for a Chicago Black …

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6 Best Small Business Loans of 2022 | Personal finance

The SBA guarantees loans for amounts between $30,000 and $5 million, with annual percentage rates ranging from 5.5% to 8%. They are best suited for long-term investments, buying real estate or equipment, buying other businesses, and refinancing existing loans. Types of SBA Loans Here are some common types of SBA …

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DoorDash now lends money to restaurants

As part of the company’s ongoing growth and expansion efforts, DoorDash announced that it is moving into the financial services industry with plans to offer cash advances to restaurants that will be automatically repaid via deductions on each DoorDash order executed by the establishment. DoorDash Capital will offer what the …

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Calabasas-based Burgerim allegedly cheated franchisees and pocketed millions – Daily News

The Calabasas Burgerim fast food chain and its owner allegedly pocketed tens of millions of dollars from more than 1,500 people tricked into buying franchises with false promises that were mostly doomed to failure, it reported on Tuesday. the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC alleges in a federal lawsuit that …

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Hit hard by the COVID pandemic, New York’s Chinatown hopes for the new year

NEW YORK, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Red lanterns and festive decorations adorn many storefronts along the narrow streets of Manhattan’s Chinatown, where Lunar New Year celebrations are well underway. Longtime resident Karlin Chan, unfazed by the freezing February morning, nods to bundled-up locals carrying bags of groceries and chats with …

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Meta Stock Tanks, Wall Street Follows

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Meta is putting a lot of virtual eggs — and billions of dollars — into the metaverse’s basket, and Wall Street is spooked. Shares of the company formerly known as Facebook took a historic tumble on Thursday after reporting a rare drop in profits due to …

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A small portion of the Paycheck Protection Program’s $800 billion in paychecks protected

Most notably, they removed the requirement that borrowers who wanted their loans canceled maintain their pre-pandemic tally. And they reduced the percentage of the loan borrowers seeking forgiveness had to spend on payroll, to 60% from 75%. This allowed business owners to spend more money on rent, utilities, and other …

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Lawmakers and law enforcement focus on rising violent crime |

COVID-19 in numbers New Mexico health officials on Friday reported 5,291 new cases of COVID-19, a decline of nearly 7.5% from the previous day, bringing the state total to 470,513; The DOH has designated 336,396 of those cases as recovered. the state test positivity rate increased slightly from 29.9% to …

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[COLUMN] Are PPPs and other federal pandemic loans dischargeable in bankruptcy? —

MANY self-employed people have relied on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other federal pandemic loans to save their businesses from bankruptcy. If you notice, many restaurants we go to before the pandemic closed permanently despite using PPP and other loans. Sure, PPP loans have gone a long way in …

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Financial support for minority-owned businesses during the pandemic – KION546

CENTRAL COAST, Calif. (KION-TV) Since March 2020 with shutdowns and mask mandates, businesses have been struggling to survive. Jonathan Seguil, owner of the “Flying Artichoke” restaurant in Salinas, said if it weren’t for the federal loans he received that year, he would have had to close completely. “I had enough …

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Restoration company Corbin & King forced into administration

The catering company behind celebrity hotspots The Wolseley and The Delauney has been forced into administration by its largest shareholder. Global hospitality giant Minor International said it has appointed insolvency specialists for Corbin & King, which also owns Zedel’s Brewery and other London restaurants. The move comes after a long …

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The day – Business briefs

PEOPLE Kevin O’Leary was named vice president of business development and marketing at Mystical seaport. This newly created position reports to the Senior Vice President of Curatorial Affairs and provides leadership and oversight of the Museum’s business development, sales, marketing, communications and digital content teams in support of revenue objectives. …

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METCO board approves $200,000 in small business loans

The Metropolitan Business Development Corporation (METCO) Board of Directors today approved $200,000 in low-interest small business loans. METCO’s Boards of Directors meet monthly to review, discuss and vote on applications for small business loans available through the Louisville Metropolitan Government. The city’s small business loan programs are administered by Louisville …

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Government faces skeptical bench to defend campaign finance law challenged by Ted Cruz

ARGUMENT ANALYSIS By Amy Howe January 19, 2022 at 7:35 p.m. Charles Cooper, representing Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, responds to a question from Judge Stephen Breyer. (Art Link) Senator Ted Cruz is no stranger to the Supreme Court. In the 1990s he served as a law clerk to the late …

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Disbursing over 38,000 loans, how Indifi leverages technology to help small businesses grow and improve

“If we were a country of farmers 50 years ago, today we are a country of small businesses,” said Alok Mittal, MD and CEO of Indifi. Filling a critical gap in India’s lending landscape, Indifi has become a tool for startups and small businesses to seek seamless access to funding. …

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Navigating pandemic-era financing options

Image by Capri23Auto / Pixabay Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on all of us and many business owners are wondering how to navigate future variants and lockdowns. Due to the severe impact on the economy, you may be wondering how to generate cash for your small business and stay strong during …

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Modesto CA restaurants say what would help amid COVID surge

Owner Kathy Monday takes lunch order from the Mendez family at Squeeze In restaurant in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. Andy Alfaro [email protected] As restaurants in the area struggle to stay open during the latest wave of COVID-19 cases, they’re asking one simple thing of their customers. “I …

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Covid-ravaged restaurant industry calls for tax holiday

NEW DELHI : Restaurants are asking for tax simplification, tax exemptions or reduced fees for excise services, among others, from the government as they struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to the National Restaurant Association of India, the representative body for restaurants, the industry has seen its business halve to …

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3650 REIT Launches $ 95 Million Loan for California Retail Center – Business Watcher

Real estate venture capital and DJM Capital Partners have Raised $ 95 million to refinance a 375,000 square foot mall in La Habra, Calif., Commercial Observer can first report. 3650 FPI is at the origin of the loan. The sponsors sought to refinance the existing bridging loan on the asset, …

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The day – Local businesses face challenges with recent wave of COVID-19

Many local businesses are facing challenges with the recent wave of COVID-19. Some juggle schedules or are forced to close temporarily as staff members fall ill, and see sales decline as more customers stay home because they are sick or are concerned about the coronavirus that is causing disease. Others …

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COVID-19 outbreak leaves small businesses on edge

Small businesses in Oklahoma appear to have weathered the pandemic better than many other parts of the country. (Photo by Arturo Rey via Unsplash) The further increase in COVID-19 cases nationwide raises concerns about the survival of small businesses. As the omicron variant skyrockets infections and hospitalizations, President Joe Biden …

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Bowlski’s will continue to operate in El Jebel until bankruptcy

Bowlski owner Craig Spivey takes a hiatus from renovations in 2016 to play some frames in El Jebel’s driveway.Anna Stonehouse / The Aspen Times File Photo Bowlski’s in El Jebel declared bankruptcy on Sunday, but will keep its lanes open and the beer is flowing as it struggles to reorganize …

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Business files | News, Sports, Jobs

CHAMBER DRIVE-IN SET: The fifth annual Youngstown / Warren Regional Chamber Columbus Drive-In will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on February 9 at the Ohio Theater in Columbus. The cost is $ 250 for chamber members and $ 500 for non-members. Participants can drive alone or register …

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Did the real estate predictions prevail? – Whittier Daily News

Good year! If you’re reading this, 2021 is now a footnote, Amazon boxes are being broken down awaiting delayed pickup, and many of your resolutions have already been broken. Wow, that didn’t take long! I went back to my forecast for 2021. My column was published after Thanksgiving and before …

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23 new Texas laws come into effect Jan. 1. Here is what you need to know.

Twenty-three new Texas laws come into effect this Saturday. Enacted in the 87th Texas Legislative Session, the new laws affect property appraisals, third-party delivery services, law enforcement funding cuts, tax breaks for religious organizations and more. Here’s a look at the new Texas laws that come into effect on January …

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Seafood chains disappearing across the country

Depending on your age, you may have fond memories of the incredibly popular seafood chain known as Arthur Treacher’s Fish & Chips, or you may never have even heard of it before. According to RSR Magazine, the restaurant, founded in 1969 and named after a english actor known for his …

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Omicron sparks commercial uproar over Washington lifeline

“If Congress finds it can’t focus on the Build Back Better Act, it gives them an opening to look a little more locally at their districts,” said Sean Kennedy, executive vice president for business of the National Restaurant Association. The outcry poses a new challenge for the Biden administration and …

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How Covid-19 changed the finances of these eight people

Americans spent 2020 hoping the Covid-19 pandemic would be within the next year. They spent 2021 settling into a new life where Covid is never far from their minds. We learned from some of the people who shared their stories of trying to get through a pandemic that turned their …

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Deadline Detroit | Branch County Restaurant Owner Who Defied Michigan Closures Dies of Covid

In a story of multi-angle unease, the owner of a southern Michigan restaurant, who kept his restaurant open in defiance of closing orders last year, has died of, yes, Covid-19. John Parney father. (Photo: GoFundMe) At the time, John Parney Sr. said he had a good reason to stay open: …

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Suffering New York City restaurants ask for more help as Omicron variant delivers ‘another punch’

For so many New York City restaurants, surviving the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic was tough enough. The winter push powered by Omicron makes things even more difficult. Andrew Rigie, executive director of the New York City Hospitality Alliance, said Omicron delivered “another punch” to the entire restaurant and nightlife …

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5 tech trends that will shake up the mortgage and housing markets in 2022

In the Amazon era, consumers are more pampered – and less patient – than ever. Tap your phone and voila: hot food from your favorite restaurant arrives in minutes. High-end electronics appear at your doorstep within hours. However, the mortgage industry has yet to offer this level of instant gratification. …

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🌱 New neighborhood NMB + Loans from the cops of Fallen Grand Strand paid

Have a nice day, neighbors! It’s me again, Kathy mandell, your host from Myrtle Beach daily. Here is an overview of the weather and events for the coming weekend, as well as today’s best stories. First, your weather forecast for the weekend: Friday: Hot with periods of sunshine. High: 72 …

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Chinese economy slows in November as housing crisis worsens

BEIJING: The Chinese economy slowed further in November, driven by the deepening housing market collapse and disruption caused by repeated outbreaks of Covid. Growth in capital investment slowed to 5.2% in the first eleven months of the year. Real estate investment rose 6% in the same period, compared to 7.2% …

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Arkansas waiter says she was fired after diners left $ 4,400 tip

through: Will moclair, Nexstar News Wire Posted: Dec 11, 2019 2021 / 12h00 CST / Update: Dec 10 2021 / 11:53 CST FAYETTEVILLE, Arche. (KNWA / KFTA) – Ryan Brandt was one of two waiters waiting for a party of over 40 people to Oven and faucet in Bentonville, Arkansas, …

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COVID Economic Disaster Lending Program Deadlines Announced | Community

SIOUX FALLS – The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) Announced Updated Guidelines for COVID Economic Disaster Lending (EIDL) Program Applicants to Better Serve Small Business Owners in Need , while funding remains available. Since its inception, the COVID EIDL program, a federal disaster relief loan designed to better serve …

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McDonald’s supports various restaurant owners

Mcdonalds Corp. MCD -0.06 0.6 percent It was announced by the company that on on Wednesday that it was planning to announce that it will provide 250 million dollars in loans with low interest rates for franchises that are operating for five years to increase the number of owners in …

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Noble Roman’s opens new artisan pizza and pub in Franklin, IN

INDIANAPOLIS, IN / ACCESSWIRE / December 6, 2021 / Noble Roman’s, Inc. (OTCQB: NROM), the Indianapolis-based franchisor and operator of Noble Roman’s Pizza and Noble Roman’s Craft Pizza & Pub today announced the opening of its ninth restaurant, Craft Pizza & Pub, its flagship concept. Pizza Place, in Franklin, IN …

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‘Like His Own Town’: Residents of North Side Latino Face Thriving Community and Stifled Development | Neighborhoods

Veronica Figueroa at her home on the North Side of Madison, Wisconsin on Friday, November 19, 2021. JOHN HART STATUS JOURNAL “I also believe that there are developers who support development focused on public transport and will seek to create housing, in the years to come, on the proposed BRT …

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Oxford small businesses receive $ 1.5 million from Restaurant Revitalization Fund – Oxford Observer

Small businesses in Oxford received a total of $ 1.5 million in emergency financial assistance from the American Rescue Plan Restaurant Revitalization Fund. The Biden administration’s US bailout, the federal funding plan totaling $ 1.9 trillion, was passed by Congress in March. The plan is to provide a total of …

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Dr Tony Frank launches lecture series

CSU Chancellor Dr Tony Frank answers questions from Centennial Council member Kathy Turley. THROUGH BOB SWEENEYEDITOR CSU Chancellor addresses South Metro Denver House Tony Frank praised the merits of higher education at the South Metro Denver Chamber’s first lecture series at the Lone Tree Arts Center. The general public dined …

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I donate on Tuesday 2021 in Chattanooga, TN

United Way participates in Giving Tuesday for the third year in a row | Photo via NOOGAtoday Today it’s Give Tuesday, a worldwide celebration of generosity + the opportunity to give back to the community. We collapse some local organizations participate in, and offer charitable giving incentives for, Tuesday I’m …

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Schnitzel Forever, London: “Total crowd pleaser, no crowds” – restaurant review | Food

Schnitzel Forever, 119 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0UD (020 7419 0022). Starters £ 7 – £ 10, main courses £ 9.50 – £ 25, desserts £ 4.50 – £ 6.50, wines from £ 24 Schnitzel forever, a small restaurant in Stoke Newington, London, is the cornerstone of a …

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Nonprofits and business groups help Latin American businesses hit hard by pandemic

PHOENIX – The walls of Salvadoreño Restaurant # 3 north of Phoenix catch your eye: shades of orange, blue and green – like the feathers of a tropical bird. The scene depicts women serving pupusas in the streets of El Salvador. Then there is the aroma of pupusas – corn …

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Hope for Business Boost Restaurants this Holiday Season – NBC Connecticut

With small businesses around the corner on Saturday, heads of state are also hoping to see some support for local restaurants. The last holiday season, when Covid-19 cases escalated and the weather turned colder, that meant a lot of empty dining rooms. But this holiday season, local restaurants are more …

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From fried foods to gym fees, it’s all now safe

(Bloomberg) – Bankers repackage everything from fast food franchises to fitness center fees, into fastest-paced bonds since the global financial crisis, as investors seek protection against yields and inflation . This year’s sales of U.S. asset-backed securities have already exceeded $ 300 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg – …

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Final preparations underway for the inauguration of the Flagship City Food Hall

After years of preparation, the Flagship City Food Hall is scheduled to open next week. For most of its new restaurateurs, it was a golden opportunity to finally make their dreams come true. For many of them, this opportunity was one that they could not pass up and that they …

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The real challenge of Indonesia’s large informal economy

In a surge of self-confidence, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, better known as Jokowi, bragged to leaders of G20 countries at the recent Rome summit that his country’s economy has remained resilient in the face of to the Covid-19 pandemic – thank you, he said, to 65 million micro, small and …

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Sono Group and SweetGreen among IPOs this week

Eight companies, including a solar electric car company and a restaurant chain known for its salads, went public this week as the IPO market prepares to close for the Thanksgiving holiday. New broadcasts are typically suspended during Thanksgiving, which this year falls on November 25. No IPO is scheduled for …

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Tropical smoothie in Waynesboro; Information on the Christmas parade; Buckhorn Inn opens restaurant – The buzz

WAYNESBORO – Waynesboro gets a tropical smoothie and gets ready for its Christmas parade, while the Buckhorn Inn has opened its restaurant – here’s the buzz. Tropical smoothie A new Tropical Smoothie Cafe is coming to downtown Waynesboro. Downtown Waynesboro, leased by Divaris, on Town Center Drive in Waynesboro, is …

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PACWEST BANCORP MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF THE FINANCIAL POSITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONS (Form 10-Q)

Forward-Looking Information This Form 10-Q contains certain "forward-looking statements" about the Company and its subsidiaries within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including certain plans, strategies, goals, and projections and including statements about our expectations regarding our operating expenses, profitability, allowance for loan and lease …

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Local restaurants fight for customers, federal funds

WASHINGTON Can your favorite local restaurant survive? This is proving difficult and so far Washington has not been inclined to provide much more new aid. There was some hope for the money in the big spending and tax package President Joe Biden unveiled on Thursday, but there wasn’t. Biden’s US …

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Suzanne Warnky keeps her father’s old nickel slot machine in the office of the company he created and now runs, as a lasting link to her memory. MICHAEL PISTELLA Dr R. Allen Chumbler in his Backbay dental office. MICHAEL PISTELLA The owner of the Athenian family restaurant Chris Tsavalos Suzanne …

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