Tag Archives: long term

2.5M SF Park303 Phase 2 inaugurates Glendale

Following its record sale of Park303 Phase I, LPC Desert West, the southwest branch of Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co., has begun construction of Park303 Phase 2. The new phase will bring nearly 2.5 million sq. squares in three new state-of-the-art industrial buildings overlooking Loop 303 in Glendale, Arizona. Park303 Phase …

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February hirings are the strongest since the summer; Unemployment falls to pandemic low

The U.S. economy posted the strongest job growth in seven months in February and the jobless rate fell to its lowest level since the pandemic, signs of a strong labor market ahead of a pivotal Reserve meeting federal. Employers added 678,000 seasonally adjusted workers to their payrolls last month, the …

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Utah needs the freedom to use income taxes for more than schools | Opinion

By any measure, Utah has the strongest economy in the country. With an unemployment rate below 2%, a healthy rainy day fund, and outstanding credit, Utah lawmakers should have plenty of tax revenue to cover all of our current needs and invest in our long-term prosperity. We do it but …

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Title race heats up in EPL ahead of weekend

SALT LAKE CITY – We have a title race on our hands ladies and gentlemen. With Man City losing a thrilling game to Spurs 3-2 at the weekend, and Liverpool coming back to beat Norwich 3-1, then finally playing their game in hand in which they beat sorry Leeds 6-0. …

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Pitney Bowes Financial Services signs term loan with Zion Delivery Service | Business

STAMFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 9, 2022– Pitney Bowes Inc.. (NYSE: PBI), a global shipping and courier company that provides technology, logistics and financial services, today announced that Pitney Bowes Bank has signed a term loan and revolving line of credit with Zion Delivery Service, Inc (ZDS) of Long Beach, CA. ZDS …

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Going to college pays off in more ways than one

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes With Utah’s scorching economy, locals are considering the value of a college education more carefully than ever. Today’s employers desperately need workers, and it’s tempting for many to jump straight into the job market. While requiring an investment of time and effort, a college education …

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Ja Morant named All-Star Game starter

Good Friday morning, Memphis, where the temperature is rising this weekend and where we celebrate a Tigers victory Thursday over East Carolina University and the Grizzlies return to FedExForum tonight to face the Utah Jazz. But, first, let’s salute Ja Morant, the Grizzlies’ All Star point guard. Morant officially went …

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AD Trev Alberts is considering several options to improve the game day experience at Memorial Stadium.

Editor’s Note: We’d love to hear your thoughts on possible renovations to the nearly 100-year-old Memorial Stadium. Add your comments at the bottom of this story or email them directly to [email protected] Please include information on whether or not you are a season ticket holder, and what you would like …

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Q&A with Shane Huggar, General Manager of Moonflower Co-op | get out and go

Shane Huggar has worked at the Moonflower Community Cooperative, the first member-owned health food co-op in Utah, since 2013. He held nearly every position at the store, before becoming general manager, a position he started last October. . What he loves most about working at Moonflower is the Moab community, …

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Senator Chris Wilson solicits voters’ opinions on legislative issues – Cache Valley Daily

State Senator Chris Wilson will join his Utah Senate colleagues on Tuesday when the 2022 general session of the 64th Legislature convenes in Salt Lake City. LOGAN — Utahns wanting a preview of the upcoming legislative session need look no further than a pre-session poll posted online Jan. 13 by …

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Hospitals face fallout from Supreme Court decision on vaccine mandate

While 21 States and the District of Columbia have already mandated vaccines for healthcare workers, six – Texas, Montana, Arkansas, Indiana, Tennessee and Georgia – have bans in place that prohibited certain employers from requiring vaccines. Eighteen states had no requirements for healthcare workers, while five, including Utah, Arizona and …

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Dree laundry services are changing the way you do laundry

[ad_1] YesDo you know that pile of laundry you wanted to go to – the one with the untreated grass stains from the kids’ soccer tournament that went into permanent grinding status? What if I told you that you’ve never had to drop another load of laundry in the washer, …

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Fauci: CDC reflects on COVID test requirement for asymptomatic people

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (AP) – As the COVID-19 omicron variant increases across the United States, senior federal health officials seek to add a negative test along with its five-day isolation restrictions for asymptomatic Americans who catch it the coronavirus, the White House’s top medical adviser said on Sunday. Dr Anthony Fauci …

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How Mitt Romney’s Bill Could Save Biden’s Agenda

[ad_1] The success or failure of President Joe Biden’s legislative platform could depend on a single senator from a mountainous state who has idiosyncratic views and is not particularly popular in his own party. That’s right: Biden’s future may be in Mitt Romney’s hands. The Utah senator introduced a bill …

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No hope for student loan forgiveness; Cryptographic taxes

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 19: University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) students Andrea Flores … [+] (L) and Kendall Brown (R) and other UCLA students and supporters demonstrate outside the UC Board of Directors meeting where members voted to approve a 32% tuition increase l next year on …

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State budgets linked to fossil fuels are slowing the energy transition and leaving workers and communities behind

[ad_1] Achieving America’s net zero energy future and avoiding the worst impacts of climate change requires a rapid transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. But a major source of state funding for important programs, including schools, public health, and infrastructure, is the continued extraction of oil and natural gas …

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“Greenflation” a risk for renewables, but long-term viability intact, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

[ad_1] Mumbai: Rising commodity prices for renewable energy will increase the costs of setting up new green energy projects, but this will be offset by better access to funds and economies of scale, policy advisers have said and an investor. Rising costs, along with supply chain issues for some of …

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GLADSTONE COMMERCIAL CORP Management Report and Analysis of Financial Position and Results of Operations (Form 10-Q)

[ad_1] All statements contained herein, other than historical facts, may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Exchange Act"). These statements may relate to, among other things, …

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Why the disappearance of paid family leave this time could fuel it later

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – In late 2019, with bipartisan support, including from iconoclastic Senate Democrat Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, President Donald J. Trump’s daughter Ivanka hosted a White House summit to promote his vision of family leave and paid medical. As with many national initiatives of the Trump years, the effort …

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Everyone wins when we lift families out of poverty

[ad_1] A popular axiom is that if you are unlucky economically, all you need to do is cheer yourself up. The implication is that his economic fortunes are entirely in his control. If this were true, we would have almost no poverty. The truth is more nuanced and complicated. Yes, …

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West Valley City’s ‘My Hometown’ Initiative Focuses on Neighbors Helping Neighbors

This story is part of the Salt Lake Tribune’s ongoing commitment to identifying solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab. [Subscribe to our newsletter here] Rain or shine, you’ll see West Valley City resident David Nuckolls get his hands dirty on a Saturday morning on …

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Local Utah Headlines – Monday Night, October 11, 2021

[ad_1] Monday evening October 11, 2021 State Encourage POCs to get involved in the redistribution Analysis of recent census data shows that more than half of Utah’s growth over the past decade has come from racial and ethnic minorities, and nearly 25% of Utahns identify themselves that way. For example, …

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Congress just put in place another debt ceiling showdown in December. Everything will probably be fine because neither side really wants to default.

[ad_1] President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. Drew Angerer / Getty Images The past two weeks have underscored one thing: both sides want to avoid defaulting on debt. When the debt ceiling expires in December, things will likely be fine, just like in October. Plus, the United …

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Rapid innovation by farmers in Utah has brought fresh food to millions of people, now they need our help

(Good Things Utah) – Agricultural innovation is a big topic right now and it concerns food security, water management, and conservation throughout Utah. What role are farmers playing in all of this and what have they already done to advance the interests of our local food economy? The answer… everything. …

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Utah Reports 3,300 COVID Cases, 8 Deaths Over Weekend

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Health said on Monday that eight more Utahns had died from COVID-19 and that 3,300 residents had tested positive for the virus over the weekend. The UDOH broke down this number of cases as follows: 01/10: 1,369 cases 02/10: 1,082 cases 10/3: …

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Oil will be the world’s primary source of energy for decades

[ad_1] FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) – As the nations of the world prepare to gather for another climate summit next month in Glasgow, the OPEC oil cartel recalls that it believes crude will continue to rise. be the main source of energy for decades, especially as the world’s less wealthy countries …

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Lincoln Property Co. sells Park 303 Phase I for record $ 186 million

[ad_1] GLENDALE, Ariz., September 16, 2021 – Less than a month after its completion, lead developer LPC Desert West has completed the sale of Phase I of 1.25 million square foot 303 Park in Glendale, Ariz., To BentallGreenOak, a major global real estate investment. management consultant and real estate service …

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Opening of an antibody treatment center to reduce hospitalizations; Utah confirms 1,724 new cases of COVID

Vials of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine sit on a table in a vaccination clinic in the Shepherd Union Atrium at Weber State University in Ogden on August 10. Utah health officials confirmed 1,724 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths on Wednesday. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY – …

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Fall could relieve house hunters of more than the heat | Smart change: personal finance

[ad_1] Leslie Cook Better to redefine the homeownership process. Experience a simple online mortgage process with no commissions or lender fees and 24/7 support. After more than a year of scorching home sales, the real estate market is finally showing signs of slowing. The end of summer brought more new …

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Carr, 23 other Republican GAs urge Biden administration to drop vaccine mandates

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr joins more than 20 other Republican state attorneys general in threatening to sue the Biden administration over its tenure that big employers are requiring their employees to be vaccinated against coronavirus or undergo weekly tests. “Yet another example of blatant disregard for …

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ABLE UTAH: a new program enables people with disabilities to save and invest without losing their benefits

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY, UT. (ABC 4) – On Wednesday, September 8, the Utah Department of Workforce Services and the Utah State Treasurer’s Office announced the launch of ABLE Utah, a free savings program for tax for people with disabilities receiving needs-based benefits. “They deserve to have the same rights …

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The impact of the tech sector on the Utah economy

[ad_1] When someone mentions a beehive, what are the first thoughts that come to mind? You probably can’t help but think about the delicious honey these little creatures make. Most importantly, bees play a vital role in maintaining strong plants and cultures throughout the pollination process. Most people already know …

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Dae Gee Korean BBQ Launches National Franchise Program

[ad_1] Three times since 2015, famed restaurateur Guy Fieri got a taste of Korean barbecue Dae Gee on his culinary reality TV series Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Soon foodies across the country will have the same opportunity, as the popular Denver-based restaurant chain recently announced plans to expand through franchising. …

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3 stocks, flashing signs of a strong insider buy

[ad_1] Eevery investor wants an “in”, an index that will tell exactly what a stock is going to do and when. The kind of signal that cuts the noise of the marketplace and makes sense of the deluge of raw data every business generates. Multiply that data by 10,000 publicly …

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Data shows high retention of teachers in Utah despite pandemic

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Despite fears that the pandemic will push away many teachers and worsen a long-term teacher shortage in the state, more Utah teachers have remained in their jobs this year than over the past five years, according to data from the Utah State Board of …

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US, China agree to urgently cooperate on climate crisis

[ad_1] SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – The United States and China, the world’s two biggest carbon polluters, agreed to cooperate to tackle climate change urgently, just days before President Joe Biden is hosting a virtual summit of world leaders to discuss the issue. The deal was struck by US special …

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Washington Co. School District Joins Campaign to Prevent Suicide in Utah

[ad_1] WASATCH, Utah (ABC4) – This month, the Wasatch County School District is partnering with Live On in hopes of raising awareness about suicide prevention. To further advocate, the district will host various events that will be available to the entire Utah community. Research shows that the potential mental health …

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Utah Governor Spencer Cox Plans To Focus On These 3 Things Over His Next 100 Days

[ad_1] With the legislative session behind him and the Utah vaccine rollout well underway, here’s what Cox will look to. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Governor Spencer Cox is holding a media availability at the Salt Lake City Capitol on Friday, March 5, 2021, the last day of …

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DE Shaw’s 180 MW solar projects in Utah will support Facebook data centers

[ad_1] DE Shaw Renewable Investments“(DESRI) 180 MWac solar projects at Cove Mountain in Iron County, Utah have started commercial operation. Cove Mountain and Cove Mountain 2 have entered into long-term PPAs with PacifiCorp on behalf of Facebook, providing its data center operations with new solar resources. Swinerton Renewable Energy builds …

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Equity crowdfunding will revolutionize fundraising for startups

As a start-up business, there are very few things that are more important than capital. The competitive landscape will change, market conditions will fluctuate, customer behavior will vary, and your team will transform. Such volatility is to be expected in any start-up business, but one thing that cannot withstand long-term …

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Restaurants at the mercy of coronavirus as US government loan money vanishes

The check has arrived, and beleaguered restaurant owners across America are looking down on their empty wallets. Government coronavirus loans in the spring helped food establishments rehire laid-off employees and ride out the initial wave of the pandemic and wave of shutdown orders. But that Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) money …

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5 retirement strategies for young adults

Most young adults don’t know when to start saving for retirement. Right now, many millennials are more focused on repayment student loan debt while coping with the economic fallout from COVID-19. It is important to start saving much earlier in life in order to be ready for retirement later. In …

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LendingClub (LC) tops Q4 EPS by 1c, revenue misses

FREE alerts on the latest news from StreetInsider.com! StreetInsider.com Top Tickers, 01/30/2022 March 10, 2021 4:08 PM EST News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. LendingClub (NYSE: CL) reported fourth-quarter EPS of ($0.24), $0.01 better …

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How to be comfortable delegating

In his book, The art of being unreasonableEli Broad, the only person who started two Fortune 500 companies in different industries, said, “The inability to delegate is one of the biggest issues I see with managers at all levels. “ I started supervising others when I was 25 years old. …

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How the cash bond denies people of color the right to vote and makes our criminal justice system inherently unfair

Queens House of Detention, New York Getty Have you ever taken a moment to think about the cash bond system in the United States? If you’re like me, maybe you just accepted it as it is and never thought about it. But the truth is, the cash bond system is …

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SBA Relief Loan Options: What is Best for Dentists?

[ad_1] By Mark Schmidt As dentists grapple with the COVID-19 crisis, mandatory office closings and limited patient appointments leave many concerned about the future. Without income, cash flow is limited to cover even day-to-day operational costs and expenses. With so much information available on federal government relief programs, many are …

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Delta Air Lines receives $ 3 billion in additional government assistance

[ad_1] Delta Air Lines and the United States Department of the Treasury have reached an agreement for additional funding. Payroll Support Program Extension Agreement (PSP Extension Agreement) gives Delta access to nearly $ 3 billion in funds, which can only be used for salaries, wages and benefits employees. Delta Air …

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AirDroid Remote Support uses an AR camera to provide help in one app

[ad_1] The integration of augmented reality (AR) in AirDroid Remote Assistance promises to dramatically improve customer support. Imagine having instructions from a customer support center, instructor, or company right on your smartphone. This feature will add a level of efficiency that will make your workforce more productive as they will …

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British Steel boss Ron Deelen to resign at the end of March

[ad_1] British Steel announced the departure of its chief executive just over a year after the company was saved from bankruptcy by a Chinese investor. Ron Deelen will step down from the management of the UK’s second-largest steelmaker at the end of the month to pursue new projects, the company …

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Ice Cube’s BIG3 Summer Basketball League takes a long-term view

[ad_1] FILE – In this file photo from July 16, 2017, LL Cool J, second from front left, and Ice Cube watch the… [+] action as The Power plays against the Ghost Ballers during the first half of a BIG3 basketball game in Philadelphia, PA. Whether he’s sitting on Philly …

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With loan money gone, restaurants are at the mercy of coronavirus | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV

[ad_1] This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the history’s timestamp to see when it was last updated. NEW YORK – The check has arrived and beleaguered restaurateurs across America are staring down at their empty wallets. Government …

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In cash-strapped Wyoming, community votes for new hospital (When Citizens Pay More) – High Country News – Know the West

[ad_1] As the state cuts funding for utilities, cities and counties are looking to go it alone. A “Support the Hospital” patch on the lab coat of lab technician Vicki Haffey at the Pinedale Medical Clinic. Right, a patient room in the clinic. The county has just passed a ballot …

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Japan’s cash balance hits new high as BOJ pours cash to fight pandemic

[ad_1] The cash balance in the Japanese economy hit 543 trillion yen in May, hitting a record high for the second month in a row, as the central bank injected more liquidity to cushion the blow to businesses and to consumers by the coronavirus pandemic. Armed with a series of …

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FIRST KEY STONE: MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF THE FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-K)

[ad_1] The purpose of Management's Discussion and Analysis of First Keystone Corporation, a bank holding company (the "Corporation"), and its wholly owned subsidiary, First Keystone Community Bank (the "Bank"), is to assist the reader in reviewing the financial information presented and should be read in conjunction with the consolidated financial …

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Stock market leverage increases historically: Another WTF chart from zoo that made nuts

[ad_1] In an investment environment where nothing matters anymore – until it suddenly does. Through Wolf richter for WOLF STREET. In the current craze that encompasses everything from sneakers and NFT to stocks, where valuations don’t matter because of the widespread certainty that valuations will be even higher in a …

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