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In this Nov. 30, 2013 file photo, Brody Clark, 4, of Paducah, Ky., receives a Christmas treat from Jeinine Searcy while his family shops around The Chocolate Factory during Small Business Saturday in Paducah, Ky. Heath care, Internet security and new technology are among the list of things that small businesses need to be on top of over the next several months.
The shopping center rising at the old Brookdale Mall site will be adding a T.J. Maxx and Michaels crafts, among other businesses. Schlotzsky's and Sprint occupy one of the pods of storefronts in the Shingle Creek Crossing development but there are a few more spaces awaiting tenants.
A giant gas station may not sound like a great match with the pedestrian- and bike-oriented Atlanta Beltline. Yet the city last month approved a 10-pump QuikTrip station within the Beltline's Westside section, over the objections of outraged residents who are now appealing the decision.
Arkansas county judges have adopted a resolution in opposition to the proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize alcohol sales in all 75 Arkansas counties. Of course they did.
A community meeting held Monday attempted to address concerns about construction of a Walmart Neighborhood Market on Whitfield. The meeting drew an audience of about 80 people, most of whom seemed to oppose the plan and the increased traffic it would generate in their neighborhood.
By engaging and reaching consensus among environmental, consumer and industry groups, the Department of Energy has made rapid progress during the past several years adopting numerous new energy conservation standards for residential appliances and commercial equipment. The Appliance Standards Program, designed to save consumers money while reducing energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions, has been headed since 2010 by John Cymbalsky, who revived the languishing initiative that had been hampered by numerous lawsuits and a tug-of-war between manufacturers and environmental groups.
People navigate the massive parking lot, secure a monster-sized shopping cart, scan their shopping list one last time while waiting in line, and fumble through their wallet for the ubiquitous key of entry: the Costco card. Issaquah, Wash.-based Costco Wholesale - which boasts a whopping 582 locations worldwide - has become synonymous with jumbo packs of Kirkland toilet paper, $1.50 quarter-pound hot dogs, cheap gasoline and mega-deals on everything from dog food to diapers, plasma TVs and wine.
ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil and gas company, assumes in its business plans that there will be an eventual U.S. price on heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions. It's one of 29 major U.S.-based companies to put an internal price on carbon, according to a report Sept.
After rallying 12% on Wednesday, RadioShack shares have opened up pre-market trading on Thursday to the tune of about 23%. The news on Wednesday out of the RSH camp was that the company was working on a deal with UBS and Standard General to finance a rescue package for the company.
There's a new landmark going up in downtown Campbell River that may have thus far gone unnoticed by many. They're not making a big show about it - as they traditionally celebrate new buildings upon their completion - but the Campbell River Indian Band is hoping their new office building, which will be located behind Whitespot off the south side of 16th Avenue, will be "another anchor building for Campbell River," according to band manager Ken Cooper.
SECURING PAYMENTS TOP OF MIND IN D.C. THIS WEEK The security of Americans' financial transactions is in stark focus in Washington this week against a backdrop of a breach-filled summer - including the massive Home Depot POS hack confirmed this week. A laundry list of events inside the Beltway are discussing how better technology can protect American companies and make life harder for the bad guys.
Silverado Group of Companies has decided to postpone its application to construct a subdivision north of Ryan Road because it cannot obtain approval from the City of Courtenay's engineering department. CEO Ron Coulson had hoped to start constructing the 31-lot Rise subdivision by April of this year, in time for the spring real estate market.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 11:49 am
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