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Melrose sees growing interest – Los Angeles Business Journal

Melrose Avenue and Melrose Place in West Hollywood have seen growing interest from tenants as the street recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic. The last participant? The ultra-luxury brand Gucci, which has signed a lease agreement for the former Marc Jacobs store at 8400 Melrose Ave. The space for which the Vice President of Newmark Group …

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Enid will consider 2 new agreements to stimulate the wind energy business News

ENID, Okla. – The city of Enid is once again trying to attract new wind energy businesses, using the popular method of covering development costs with newly created property tax revenues – a process that city officials began nearly two decades ago to eventually achieve mixed results. The commissioners of the city of Enid have …

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“At least be tolerable”: in the big children’s music business, parents are the last resort Music

IIt’s 8:27 in the morning and I bring a small child and a school child into the car, a baby tied to my chest just to keep it interesting. From the driver’s seat of our Sultan-filled Kia Carnival, I’m switching from my Breakfast Chill Spotify playlist to School Drop Pump Up and We Don’t Talk …

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Former Republican Senate nominee in Alabama Durant will not vote for Brooks or Britt in the runoff

Mike Durant says he will not support any of his former Republican opponents in the run-off in the Alabama Senate election. Durant, who finished third in the May primary, criticized advertisements that called into question his position on weapons. “When the bad guys win, that’s a problem,” he told 1819 News. – This is what …

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Behind retirement savings? A bad market can be a good time to invest

Small business owners are among the Americans most likely to lag behind in retirement savings. Investing back in business is more often a priority for entrepreneurs with excess cash than investing in long-term deferred tax retirement. Kovid didn’t help. Amid the pandemic, dozens of small business owners in America have stopped or reduced their retirement …

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Let Retailers Get Into Ohio’s Refueling Business: Neil Chatterjee

WASHINGTON, DC – To drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and offer an alternative to soaring gas prices, US politicians are seeking to stimulate the electrification of transport. However, here in Ohio, there is one key player that is left out: the hundreds of gas stations and truck stops across the state. Instead of opposing electric …

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Syrian Business in Turkey: Recovery Navigation – Turkey

Attached files The refugee business is focusing on the recovery from COVID-19 in Turkey COVID-19 has significantly affected small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) worldwide, including SMEs in Turkey owned and employed by refugees. Over the past two years, they have faced government-imposed restrictions and disruptions on mobility, supply chain disruptions and a depressed demand. As …

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Ask Doug and Polly: No one is indispensable at work Local business news

FROM DEBT AND POLY WHITE Special Correspondents QUESTION: I have an employee who is a problem. She is often militant and creates problems with my other employees. Unfortunately, it is key to my operation. Honestly, she does things that no one else, including me, knows how to do. I would like to fire her, but …

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