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NCAA March Madness prepares for the return to normal

A general view of the March Madness logo prior to the game between the Syracuse Orange and the Houston Cougars in the Sweet Sixteen of the 2021 NCAA Tournament at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Aaron Doster | USA TODAY Sports | Reuters After two difficult and pandemic-disrupted years, the March madness we …

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First Internet looks at the bank-as-a-service trend

First Internet Bank opened its headquarters late last year on East 116th Street in downtown Fishers, off the Nickel Plate Trail. (IBJ Photo/Chad Williams) The rise of fintech companies means that it is increasingly possible for consumers to take out a loan, transfer money or perform other financial transactions without …

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Democrat Voting Rights Debacle: Senate Will Filibuster Bills

Sometimes there is no plan. The big push for Democratic voting rights is headed for a brick wall in the Senate — again. To get their bill past the filibuster, they need all 50 Senate Democrats to support changing the House rules. And the senses. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten …

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Iron Ox Announces Phil: The Next Robot In The Company’s Proprietary Greenhouse System

SAN CARLOS, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Iron buffalo, an agricultural innovation company with deep expertise in plant science, robotics and artificial intelligence, has officially announced its revolutionary second greenhouse robot, Phil. Phil is a vital addition to the Iron Ox ecosystem that optimizes plant yield, extends growth cycles and maximizes …

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The return of the LEGO Rebuild the World #BuildtoGive campaign

Today, LEGO launched its 2021 Rebuild the World #BuildtoGive campaign where your builds will help children around the world. With every star built and shared on social media before the end of December, LEGO will donate a LEGO set to a child in need, giving children in hospitals, children’s homes …

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5 years later, the ICE district of Edmonton continues to progress – Edmonton

It has been five years since construction began in the ICE district of Edmonton. With it, bold predictions for the city center. Now, despite the COVID-19 pandemic putting the brakes on plans, expectations are still high. Tim Shipton, executive vice president of corporate affairs for ICE District, remains optimistic and …

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Latest news on Amazon’s grocery business and wider retail expansion

Amazon has huge plans to grow its fresh grocery business. This includes a larger network of physical stores and many new projects, such as a smart refrigerator. But Fresh employees say there is a “toxic” work culture, as well as an environment of “burnout”. Loading Something is loading. Amazon has …

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Obama pleads with Democrats to – CNNPolitics

Obama, in remarks supporting Virginia Democratic candidate for governor Terry McAuliffe, lambasted his opponent Glenn Youngkin, repeatedly mocking the Republican for a mismatch between how he presents himself and what his politics and his private comments say about it. The former president also criticized Republicans for seeking to restrict the …

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More than half of 2021 homicides in Milwaukee remain unsolved

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Milwaukee is on the verge of another record year of homicides and the majority of these cases remain unsolved. Nequesia Terrell was 14 and was recently accepted into Milwaukee High School of the Arts. Her mother said life was just beginning for the teenager. “QuaQua was …

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Friends of Wheeling Celebrates Architectural Achievements | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided Friends of Wheeling recently presented awards for 2020 and 2021 celebrating architectural achievements in the city. At the top are the 2020 award winners: Kevin and Patty Duffin (Flatiron Building); Tracey Kuhn and Charles Griffith (daughter and son of the late Tom Griffith); and Erica Green, Regional Vice …

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It’s scary season at Cold Stone Creamery!

Boo Batter is back for a limited time Posted: October 1, 2021 at 7:16 PM EDT|Update: 4 hours ago SCOTTSDALE, Arizona., October 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – From October 1st, Cold Stone Creamery® (www.ColdStoneCreamery.com) bring back a spooky Halloween treat! Our famous Cake Batter Ice Cream® has gone dark …

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Press clips: AB accused of misleading marketing for Cacti Seltzer; California Creates RTD Merchandising Parity

Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB) ‘s Cacti Agave Spiked Seltzer faces a proposed class action lawsuit that claims the brand misled consumers into believing Cacti contained agave spirits, rather than an agave sweetener. Illinois consumer Rebecca Read claimed in the lawsuit that she purchased cacti – priced at $ 20 for a …

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Choice Hotels International: WoodSpring Suites eclipses 300 open hotels, paving way for future growth

ROCKVILLE, Maryland., September 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – WoodSpring Suites, an extended stay brand franchised by Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH), took a milestone with the opening of its 300e Hotel. The feat was marked yesterday by the inauguration of the WoodSpring Suites Gurnee-Chicago North in Illinois, as …

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Retailers rethink pandemic-stricken Manhattan – The New York Times

In the heart of Manhattan’s Fashion District, a once-busy Starbucks on the corner of Eighth Avenue and 39th Street is empty. Just down the block, a Taqueria Dos Toros that opened just three years ago is now closed. And Wok to Walk, which once served steaming containers of noodles mixed …

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Palmer College dedicates $ 10 million new Learning Commons

A new, unusual student center has made a major adjustment to the middle of the Palmer College of Chiropractic campus on Brady Street Hill, Davenport. In time for its annual Homecoming, Palmer executives, students, staff and supporters gathered on Thursday to celebrate the opening of the $ 10.2 million David …

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Homeownership dreams suddenly abandoned by many millennials

A difficult discussion has finally arisen in America regarding the inequalities in our systems. DCI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) efforts are made in corporate environments, typically stemming from leadership and executed by HR departments as a way to improve work cultures to attract top talent. Yet independent real estate practitioners …

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What the real estate industry needs to do now to boost housing equity

A difficult discussion has finally arisen in America regarding the inequalities in our systems. DCI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) efforts are made in corporate environments, typically stemming from leadership and executed by HR departments as a way to improve work cultures to attract top talent. Yet independent real estate practitioners …

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Rental history will soon help people qualify for a mortgage

A difficult discussion has finally arisen in America regarding the inequalities in our systems. DCI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) efforts are made in corporate environments, typically stemming from leadership and executed by HR departments as a way to improve work cultures to attract top talent. Yet independent real estate practitioners …

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Caesars Entertainment to sponsor Fiesta Bowl and Guaranteed Rate Bowl

In a deal that highlights the warming relationship between college sports and legal gambling, the Fiesta Bowl and the Guaranteed Rate Bowl are teaming up with Caesars Entertainment to allow the Las Vegas-based company to sponsor game-related events from football played in Arizona. Fiesta Bowl is a community organization behind …

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EditShare Q3 Update Includes Rich, Portable Web Capabilities for FLOW and EFS

EditShare has released its Q3 technology update with notable improvements in the way clients access, monitor, and configure FLOW and EFS. Moving away from “heavy client” applications to portable and rich web user experiences, EditShare solutions deliver ELK monitoring and analytics reporting, HPE-powered FLOW production nodes that host productions of …

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Lawsuit against University of Montana alleges sexual prejudice

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) – Details emerged Friday in a lawsuit filed by three former administrators and a current faculty member accusing the University of Montana of gender discrimination. The Missoulian reported the lawsuit filed in U.S. district court on Wednesday alleges the university has fostered a toxic environment where women …

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Lenoir-Rhyne announces major renovation of Moretz stadium

History links RENDERED Hickory, NC – Lenoir-Rhyne this week announced a major renovation to the Helen and Leonard Moretz Stadium, home to men’s and women’s football and lacrosse. Called the Moretz Stadium Centenary Campaign, the $ 15 million renovation will touch every aspect of the stadium. The upgrades will include …

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Nelsonville horror’s $ 3.4 million development to become hotel, wine bar and event complex

NELSONVILLE, Ohio (WCMH) – A dilapidated 1890s building that used to be a coal miner drink bar will become a hotel, restaurant, and event complex as part of a $ 3.4 million construction project. General contractor Dan Sherman, who also sits on Nelsonville City Council as vice president, is investing …

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Driving sustainability through RFID technology

A growing number of brands are helping to pave the way for a more sustainable future. Jul 18, 2021For years, sustainability has only been a small facet of larger business plans and goals, falling to the brink of other initiatives such as growth strategies and digital transformation. Lately, however, it …

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Branson’s Virgin Orbit plans more satellite launches in 2022

Procuream CEO Andrew Chanin reacts to Virgin Galactic’s successful test flight. As Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic paves the way for space tourism, its sister company, Virgin Orbit, strives to dominate satellites by offering the most efficient fare possible at the lowest cost. Virgin Orbit’s new vice president of flight and …

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Cold Stone Creamery celebrates National Ice Cream Day

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona., July 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ice cream lovers, rejoice! National Ice Cream Day is launched Sunday July 18 and Cold Stone Creamery (www.ColdStoneCreamery.com) has a special offer for My Cold Stone Club Rewards members. “Whether you are a fan of classic Signature â„¢ creations like Chocolate …

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Topeka Frito Lay union rejects the latest offer. Start of strike Monday

Employees at the Frito Lay factory in Topeka voted on Saturday to reject a draft employment contract with the company, paving the way for a strike to begin on Monday. While workers had already voted in favor of the strike last week, negotiations between Local 218 of the Bakeries, Confectionery, …

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Welcome! T-Mobile is the first wireless to greet customers and employees in stores and buildings with the WELL health and safety seal

BELLEVUE, Washington – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is the first wireless service provider to obtain the WELL Health and Safety Seal, which is based on a new global assessment to ensure spaces and places adhere to science-based standards that put health and safety first. T-Mobile was …

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