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6 hrs ago | via Data Storage Today
The official description of this past week's Realcomm conference [held June 21-24] is heavy on industry jargon. It purports to be about "the intersection of technology, innovation and real estate operations." Comment?
Friday | via Switched
The world stands on the brink of economic catastrophe but it's ok because a few more tourists from Phoenix are going to buy Titleist polos at the Turnery pro shop. With Britain now a free agent, the world eagerly waits to see if the Organization of American States will make a ten-year offer, with a trade deal to be named later. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 22 | via Waco Tribune-Herald
Local construction figures sagged in May, but general spending, home sales and the unemployment rate performed well, giving the local economy just enough juice to beat the numbers from April and from May of last year, according to the Greater Waco Economic Index released Wednesday. Amarillo-based economist Karr Ingham prepares the monthly snapshot of trends for the First National Bank of Central Texas and the Waco Tribune-Herald. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 21 | via Durant Daily Democrat
John Massey, middle, chairman of First United Bank is shown with and Lacy and Dorothy Harber, owners of American Bank of Texas. Two area businessmen, John Massey and Lacy Harber, have decided to merge their organizations to preserve and continue the legacies and commitments of their community banks, the companies said, in a news release. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 21 | via North Texas e-News
June 21, 2016- Two exceptional local businessmen, Lacy Harber and John Massey, have decided to merge their organizations to preserve and continue the legacies and commitments of their community banks. The decision to merge with another local community bank organization ensures short and long-term success for their employees, customers, and communities. Comment?
8 min ago | via Redlands Daily Facts
In this Friday photo, Carmen Ramirez, and her husband, Ricardo Ramirez, embrace in their room at the Bronxwood Home for the Aged, in the Bronx borough of New York. A series of emergency expenses were enough to cost Carmen and Ricardo Ramirez their one-bedroom condominium in Washington Heights, a neighborhood close to the northern tip of Manhattan. Comment?
25 min ago | via Texarkana Gazette
Chris Berry poses for a portrait in front of his 6-color 1881 home on DuPage Street on May 23, 2016 in Elgin, Ill. Berry and his wife have been restoring the home since they bought it in 2012. Comment?
28 min ago | via Sunday Herald
Households face post-referendum austerity, savers will suffer, borrowing may stay cheap, and investors should be thinking about buying rather than selling. So said the financial experts as the dust settled on Thursday's political earthquake, with Scottish concerns focused more on the added uncertainties of a possible new independence vote. Comment?
30 min ago | via Columbia Daily Herald
Global stock markets plunged to their lowest levels in months Friday after Britain's surprising decision to leave the European Union, making an immediate dent in Americans' 401 accounts and sparking concerns about other financial impacts for the average U.S. consumer. In the near-term, the ripple effects of the so-called "Brexit" may be felt beyond retirement accounts in the form of lower mortgage rates and a stronger dollar that boosts Americans' purchasing power. Comment?
40 min ago | via The Robesonian
With Senate Bill 554 getting off its deathbed, the legislation is a couple of steps away from forcing a decision by the Board of Education for the Public Schools of Robeson County on whether or not to consolidate local schools. But with the timing of the legislation's potential approval uncertain, so is when the local school board might take action - and whether it will be the board as now composed or one that is sworn in July 19. In the meantime, the architect of the consolidation plan has returned to the drawing board to deal with legislation that, following extensive revision last week, no longer allows for state money to be used for the proposed lease-purchase agreement. Comment?
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