Capital Influence Partners And Cdc Small Business Finance Align Operations Beneath One Ceo To Rework How Capital Flows Into Disinvested Communities And Drive Financial Empowerment

As an OHIO finance pupil, you’ll have entry to more than 30 College of Business scholar organizations, some which focus particularly on the wants of finance majors. Finance Finance abilities encompass planning services for financial and investment planning, banking, insurance, and business monetary administration. Discover courses, applications, degrees, career choices, and salaries related to finance. This elective course introduces how a Corporate Treasurer manages the finances Finance of a business … Read More

Travelling crime gangs ‘targeting’ communities in rural Limerick

THE head of the Limerick garda division has expressed concern about a recent increase in burglaries in rural parts of County Limerick.

While there was a reduction in the number of burglaries across Limerick during the height of the Covid restrictions, Chief Superintendent Gerard Roche told members of the Limerick Joint Policing Committee there have been several incidents in recent weeks.

“There has been an increase, in the last number

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Technology is helping global communities recover during the pandemic

  • Businesses, universities, and communities around the world are innovating with digital technologies — including social media, mobile apps, analytics, and cloud computing — to cope with the pandemic. 
  • Yolande E. Chan, Arman Sadreddin, and Suchit Ahuja, researchers in business technology management, found many organizations are incorporating digital technologies into phases of their crisis management plans.
  • From identifying potential threats to containing crises, these technologies rely on community participation and infrastructure
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Facing Loss of Tourists, Bahamas Resorts Give Back to Their Communities

During the coronavirus pandemic, any country relying on the tourism industry finds itself on an economic island—isolated from the income that maintains a tax base and social services.

The Bahamas faces the Covid-19 crisis as a literal island, cut off from the outside world via every airport or sea lane. At the archipelago’s heart, Nassau’s 275,000 people confront health crises, poverty, and unemployment without financial assistance from fellow Caribbean venues … Read More

How COVID-19 Impacted America’s Healthiest Communities | Healthiest Communities

Anticipating the coronavirus pandemic that smashed into New York City would crash over his suburban New Jersey community, John Bonanni, a county administrator, believed he’d prepared for the worst. But in early spring, as infections surged and hospital bedspace and ventilators ran short, Bonanni worried the worst might have been an underestimate.

Half a continent away, as Wyoming’s ski season wound down, Jodie Pond’s plan to fight the oncoming contagion

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Reno Luxury Homes in Master Planned Communities at Rancharrah

Reno, NV- Located in the heart of Reno, Rancharrah, formerly the private estate of casino magnate Bill Harrah, is one of the most unique and prime pieces of real estate in the nation. Comprised of 141 acres, this master-planned community will include approximately 650 luxury homes including custom, single-family detached and attached homes.

The centerpiece of the community is the 36,000-square feet Harrah mansion, which has been transformed into The

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Rick Steves’ Travel Empire Is on Hold so He’s Paying His Employees to Serve Their Communities

Rick Steves standing in front of a building: Rick Steves' Europe

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Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves, the famed travel guru, isn’t letting the coronavirus pandemic stop him or his employees from continuing to earn a paycheck. Though, not in the way that you think.

As NBC affiliate station King5 reported, Steves currently employees 100 people as part of his travel media empire. Throughout the pandemic, most of the normal parts of his business have remained

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Covid-free communities on the U.S.-Canada border want travel restrictions eased |

After months at home in their tiny Alaska town, Hilma and Ellie Korpela were looking forward to returning to school. They’d be back in the classroom for the first time since March, eager to see friends and start a new year.

Then the Canadian border agent called.

Hilma, 10, and Ellie, 8, live in Hyder, Alaska, but they’re registered at Bear Valley School in neighboring Stewart, British Columbia. While the

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