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Jul 24, 2015 | via Palladium-Item
Richmond native buys A.F. Scott House RHS graduate's mission is to give back to the city by restoring the historic home. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1RY9w43 The Andrew Scott House, 126 N. 10th St., has been vacant for several years. Comment?
Mar 29, 2015 | via Palladium-Item
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Madison Courier
Indiana State Representative and realtor Ed Clere will lead a workshop for area residents and organizations entitled: "How to Buy or Sell Historic Buildings." The workshop, which will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the West Street Center for New Art, will cover ways to prepare a historic house or commercial building for sale and methods to effectively market historic properties. Comment?
Sep 24, 2015 | via Nuvo.net
In the mid-1980s, Karen Kay Leonard relocated with her husband and three children from Texas to Indiana. It was his job that brought the family to the Hoosier state, but since Karen Kay was a high school English teacher, one would assume that she would be employable just about anywhere. Comment?
Aug 14, 2015 | via USA Today
When she graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business in 2007, Jess Lively already had eight years of entrepreneurship under her belt, having started her own online jewelry business at age 15. Pros, cons of starting a business straight out of college When she graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business in 2007, Jess Lively already had eight years of entrepreneurship under her belt, having started her own online jewelry business at age 15. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1TJmQdH When she graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business in 2007, Jess Lively already had eight years of entrepreneurship under her belt, having started her own online jewelry business at age 15. Rather than launch a corporate career, Lively decided to run her jewelry company full-time. Comment?
Aug 11, 2015 | via Current in Carmel
Aspiring entrepreneurs could do worse than Carmel when deciding where to start a business, according to a recent economic study. NerdWallet, an online economy analysis publication, ranked Carmel 19 out of 99 cities and towns in Indiana to start a business. Comment?
Jul 24, 2015 | via Times-Union
Editor, Times-Union: I have written about an economic system I call Applied Capitalism since 1980. It would make the citizens and government economic partners instead of adversaries. Comment?
2 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
Huntington Bancshares was the recipient of a significant drop in short interest in November. As of November 13th, there was short interest totalling 15,635,825 shares, a drop of 11.5% from the October 30th total of 17,673,430 shares, MarketBeat.Com reports. Comment?
4 min ago | via WFFT-TV Fort Wayne
Talk about a bargain. You can buy an entire town in South Dakota for just a bit more than the cost of an average home in the U.S. The six-acre town of Swett, which is 123 miles from Rapid City and close to the Nebraska border, is on the market for $250,000. Comment?
5 min ago | via ABC News
It's December, when Congress typically passes a last-minute package of temporary tax breaks, sparing millions of businesses and individuals from unwanted tax increases just weeks before the start of filing season. This year, lawmakers will have to do it again if they want to avoid the wrath of angry taxpayers at holiday time. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Sunday Herald
The Funding for Lending Scheme is to be phased out over the next two years rather than halted at the start of 2016. The Bank of England said the scheme, started in 2012 with a focus on mortgages but latterly used to help support small business lending, will be steadily restricted from January. Comment?
29 min ago | via NorthJersey.com
The plan, prepared by Phillips Preiss Grygiel LLC of Hoboken, analyzes Teaneck's demographics and housing stock, noting that its population is aging and that its average rents and housing prices lag behind those of Bergen County as a whole. The document also asserts that Teaneck has provided enough affordable housing for low- to moderate-income residents, and it details what the township believes its future obligation for providing more such housing should be. Comment?
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