Primoris Providers Corporation Proclaims Results Of Annual Stockholders Assembly

Then we will take a look at the lenders’ ability to access sufficient fairness capital, debt capital, and operating grants to serve this market. We will talk about some of the capacity constructing resources obtainable to minority-owned businesses and leave plenty of time for dialogue so that attendees can share their experiences and solutions. Kurt Summers, Treasurer of the City of Chicago, kicked us off with personal tales of the … Read More

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Primoris Services Company Announces Outcomes Of Annual Stockholders Assembly

Apply cash receipts in booking subledger to the right consumer booking in a timely manner. Keep up with the most recent trends in career exploration, education, and job searches by subscribing to our e-mail newsletter. Develop your expertise in the bond market by defining and executing an funding strategy for a fund devoted to fastened income and managed by Tippie Master of Finance students Business & Finance. An endowed … Read More

EasyJet forecasts $1.1 billion annual loss from COVID-19 pandemic

  • The British airline easyJet on Thursday said it might have lost up to $1.1 billion in its 2020 fiscal year — its first full-year loss.
  • The airline forecast headline losses before tax of £815 million to £845 million, or $1.06 billion to $1.1 billion, for the year that ended September 30. 
  • The budget carrier said it expected to operate at about 25% of operational capacity in the first few months
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My boyfriend says we should skip our annual vacation, but I’ll go nuts if stay put all winter. Should I take off by myself?

I’m in the middle of a very frustrating debate with my partner. We’ve been super locked down since the pandemic began. Both of us work from home now. We haven’t left Alaska. Our social circle is extremely small and basically limited to one other couple; they also work from home, and our outings have mostly been backyard barbecues and hikes.

Before COVID-19, my partner and I took routine trips to

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Mt. Pleasant’s streets remain quiet without annual Mid-South Barbecue Festival

Mike Christen
 
| The Daily Herald

The Mid-South Barbecue Festival has become a tradition for Mt. Pleasant. But this weekend, originally planned to host the festival’s 12th annual event, the city’s Main Street will remain void of barbecue aficionados, children dressed for the event’s costume contest and competitors carefully preparing their slow cooked specialties.

Like many celebrations across the state, including Columbia’s Mule Day, the festival’s organizers have decided to

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Family makes annual trip to the Ozarks for more than 50 years – News – The Lake News Online

In the summer of 1968, Mary Lou and Don Winthers gathered their four children, packed up the station wagon, left their Wheaton, Illinois home and headed to the Lake of the Ozarks for the first time. Little did they know that this would become an annual family tradition, shared with friends and several generations of their family for the next 52 years and counting.

In the summer of 1968, Mary

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Turtle Creek Association’s Annual Tour of Homes Goes Virtual

The Turtle Creek Association is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year with its annual Tour of Homes, now in a virtual format. The event was postponed in April and is now scheduled for Oct. 10. Dallasites get to take part in the showing from their own homes while learning more about the Turtle Creek Corridor, which runs from Oak Lawn into Highland Park.

The event will feature four properties in

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Ventana Wilderness annual film festival goes virtual this year

MONTEREY — The annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival — a key outreach event for the Ventana Wilderness Alliance — kicks off this week with a virtual showcase of 14 short films exploring everything from Native American rights and the healing ability of nature to conservation successes and climate change battles.



a person standing in front of a forest: Ohlone elder Ann Marie Sayers is featured in "In the Land of My Ancestors,"  one of the short films being shown during the Ventana Wilderness Alliance's Wild & Scenic Film Festival (Courtesy VWA) Film by Rucha Chitnis


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Ohlone elder Ann Marie Sayers is featured in “In the Land of My Ancestors,” 

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Thailand’s annual buffalo festival races on despite travel ban

Thailand’s annual water buffalo racing festival ploughed ahead on Thursday despite coronavirus travel restrictions leaving the event with a fraction of its usual tourist crowds.

The sturdy bovines were used as draught animals in farms across the kingdom until they were largely replaced by tractors and modern machinery just a few decades ago.

But farmers in Chonburi province near Bangkok have kept up traditional buffalo racing as a way to

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New York Wine Events’ 8th Annual NYC Autumn Wine & Food Festival Shifts to a Live Virtual Broadcast, October 16 & 17, 2020

New York Wine Events hosts its 8th Annual New York City Autumn Wine & Food Festival live online on Friday, Oct. 16 from 7pm-8:30pm and Saturday, Oct. 17th from 4pm-5:30pm. The virtual festival presented by Citi is offered free to the general public. Register/Info: NewYorkWineEvents.com

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New York Wine Events will host its 8th Annual New York City Autumn Wine & Food Festival on a

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Second annual Theatre Crude Fringe Festival goes virtual due to pandemic

The second annual Theatre Crude Fringe Festival will feature 12 companies hailing from across Oklahoma as well as New York City and Lubbock, Texas. Local productions will be recorded and broadcast in partnership with OKC artist collective Factory Obscura at its “Mix-Tape” experience on Automobile Alley.

“A lot of theater is maybe a new version of a story that has been told before, but with a fringe festival, they’re specifically

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Hotwire Releases 2nd Annual “America’s Best Cities for a Quickie” Index with Surprising Destinations for Easy Getaways

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Inside the JPMorgan Trading Desk the U.S. Called a Crime Ring

(Bloomberg) — Billionaires have Davos. For filmmakers, there’s Sundance. For the people who mine and trade and ship everything from iron ore to platinum, there’s London Metal Exchange Week. It’s a blur of symposiums and drinks, with a reliably lavish lunch thrown by JPMorgan Chase & Co. On a balmy October day in 2018, hundreds of guests crossed

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Global airline body IATA cancels annual meeting over travel curbs

FILE PHOTO: A logo of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is pictured before and an interview with Reuters on the consequences of the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Geneva, Switzerland, March 13, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/File Photo

PARIS (Reuters) – Major airlines pushing back against coronavirus quarantines have been forced to replace the main gathering of their own global body IATA with a virtual event, the organisation said.

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Preferred Hotels & Resorts Reveals Annual Award Recipients

NEW YORK—Preferred Hotels & Resorts has revealed the winners of its annual Preferred Awards of Excellence and GIFTTS Pineapple Award initiatives. These awards recognize independent hotels and individual hoteliers represented within the brand’s worldwide portfolio that went above and beyond in their commitment to delivering meaningful travel experiences and selfless acts of genuine hospitality to their guests and local communities in 2019.

“We are thrilled to recognize the incredible efforts

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Travel Channel Announces Third Annual Ghostober Event

Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley open up to viewers when Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room airs new episodes every Thursday at 9 p.m. “The guys are kicking back in their screening room to watch their favorite episodes of the hit series and get candid with fans – and each other – about their craziest experiences over the past decade,” according to the synopsis. “Away from

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You might say I’m an old soul.

I’ve been this way for as long as I can remember. I’ve never longed for a wild night out — instead, I’d much rather stay in and sit on my couch,

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