Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Business At Uber In Germany Is Booming, Thanks To Publicity From Ban
ubergame Yesterday, we shared the news that ride-sharing service Uber had been banned in Germany. The company's service that lets people summon a limo with a smartphone was fine, but the peer-to-peer, lower-cost UberPop service had to stop …
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Buy or Lease Your Business Space? How to Decide
One of the first major decisions you have when starting a new business is deciding where it will be located. When choosing a space for your business, you will inevitably be faced with the decision of whether to own or lease. Frank McCafferty, the head …
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Former Price Chopper in Oswego might become small-business incubator
Oswego, N.Y. — Economic development officials in Oswego are eyeing a long-vacant former supermarket as the location for a new small-business incubator center. The Oswego County Industrial Development Agency is seeking a $ 30,000 state grant to help …
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Why You Need to Support Small Businesses

Why You Need to Support Small Businesses
The Small Business Administration identified that there are more than 28.2 million businesses operating in the United States as of March 2014, with about 63% of new jobs being created from small businesses between 1993 and mid 2013. Of these 28.2 …
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Tornado damages Jefferson County neighborhood and business
JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – The National Weather Service has concluded it was an F-1 tornado that damaged parts of Jefferson County late Monday night. The Stockwell family ran to the basement when the storm hit. Roxanna Stockwell said, “It was …
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Pasco business owners claim transients hurt downtown growth
Some business owners are even more worried about the mission's new $ 8.2 million men's facility and community outreach center, planned for a seven-acre site near the intersection of Third Avenue and Columbia Street southeast of the farmers market.
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Turner: Business Forum 2014 a success
JONESBORO — Commission Chairman Jeff Turner hosted Business Forum 2014 last week, the first of its kind in Clayton County. Hundreds of business owners and community leaders attended the forum at the S. Truett Cathy Professional Learning Center, …
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Site recommends top hotels for business travelers

Site recommends top hotels for business travelers
"It has great Wi-Fi, a great business center, meeting rooms and numerous dining options," says Gregurich, a USA TODAY Road Warrior who volunteers travel information. "It is close to the airport, has consistent airport shuttle service, an on-site rental …
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Business calendar
IPFW Division of Continuing Studies, 2101 Coliseum Blvd. E., classes: Business management courses: Business Communication and Marketing will be 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Sept. 4-25. Cost: $ 299. CEU: 1.2. Digital SLR Camera for Emerging Professionals will be …
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5 things I want from a Ryanair business-class ticket
But now Ryanair has rolled out Business Plus, its new and first ever crack at an upscale offering. It promises: flexibility on ticket changes (well, “subject to availability”); 20kg baggage allowance (“check in and chill out!”); fast track airport …
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Mushroom business gets USDA funds
The business, located at 4 Berwick Court, will use the rural development funds to further its mission of marketing organic mushrooms in “unique, compostable packaging for resale in local grocery store chains and food distribution companies,” according …
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