McAllen Local Business
Local business in McAllen, TX
Wednesday | via News Max
The "kissing bug," which carries the deadly parasite that causes Chagas disease, has been spotted in Georgia, the CDC announced this week. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged Georgia residents to be aware of the triatomine bugs, which can enter residences through cracks or holes and hide under beds and mattresses, Fox5 Atlanta reported . Comment?
Sunday Nov 22 | via TheMonitor.com
The Latina Hope Program is designed to facilitate the learning, networking and acting of micro-entrepreneurs who want to start a new micro-business and advance their business idea to a more tangible and profitable point. The program begins with basic workshops on finance, single entry bookkeeping, operational management, marketing and business plan development. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via SBWire
Children are the most susceptible to developing dental problems and oral health seems to be a persistent problem with this young age. Kids are definitely difficult to deal with especially during dental procedures. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via Star-Telegram.com
AUSTIN The Texas unemployment rate for October rose to 4.4 percent, the Texas Workforce Commission reported, as declines in oil and manufacturing employment led to slower overall job growth. The state's jobless rate increased from 4.2 percent in September, still well below the U.S. rate of 5.0 percent last month. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via Heavy Duty Trucking
Increased truck availability and few available loads to move pushed spot market truckload rates down again over the past week, but one analyst says it's possible they have bottomed out. The freight-matching service provider DAT Solutions reports based on its load boards, the number of available trucks on the spot truckload market jumped 4.2% and the number of posted loads tumbled 4.1% during the week ending Nov. 14. The offsetting capacity gain and decline in available loads helped push national average spot market rates down 2 cents for van, refrigerated, and flatbed freight. Comment?
Sunday Nov 15 | via TheMonitor.com
Pictured from left are McAllen Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Steve Ahlenius; keynote speaker Dr. Robert Coronado, assistant vice president in charge and senior economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch; Fabiola Urgel, a UTRGV senior economics major and a community development intern for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio Branch; and Dr. Mark Kroll, dean of the UTRGV College of Business and Entrepreneurship, at the 2015 Border Economics, Development and Entrepreneurship Symposium held Nov. 10 at the McAllen Country Club. Comment?
Friday Nov 13 | via Valley Morning Star
The Texas-based ice cream company says it is moving into phase three of its five phase market re-entry plan beginning Dec. 14 and that's when Harlingen, Brownsville and McAllen will start selling the ice cream. Comment?
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