Owning a concert hall during the pandemic

[ad_1] An interview with Austin Wrinch of the Diving Bell Social Club At 3956 Saint Laurent Blvd., behind a black graffiti-covered door and three stories up a single staircase is the Diving Bell Social Club. The place opened in 2018 in a space previously occupied by the former Champs sports …

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Biden to temporarily target PPP loans to smaller businesses

[ad_1] The Biden administration will temporarily block large companies from applying for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, limiting requests to companies with fewer than 20 employees, administration officials say. Why is this important: The White House wants to target small businesses and ensure that they are not excluded from …

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Gillibrand and Colleagues Introduce Black Farmer Justice Bill

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (NEWS10) – Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, alongside Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Tina Smith (D-MN) and Reverend Raphael Warnock (D-GA), introduced legislation to to combat systemic discrimination in the United States Federal Agricultural Policy Department of Agriculture (USDA). Gillibrand says that due to a history of discrimination, …

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What hotel owners need to know about second-draw PPP loans

[ad_1] By Alexandre Cohen The past year has presented many challenges to the service industry, but the unknowns associated with COVID-19 and the travel restrictions and closures that accompany it have taken their toll on the hospitality industry in particular. With the recent rollout of vaccinations around the world, the …

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What’s new this week at Grand

[ad_1] Watch for these upcoming events this week in Grand County. To find out more, visit the Community calendar. The Grand Lake Fire Easter Egg Hunt will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Town Square Park in Grand Lake.Sky-Hi News file photo Saturday April 3 Grand Lake …

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KFI’s Corbin Carson reports: mayor of a ghost town

[ad_1] Before the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down, Catalina Island was a top destination for residents of Southern California with more than one million tourists visiting the island each year. But, after the stay-at-home orders were issued and businesses closed and events canceled, the number of visitors to …

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SEC Provides Interfund Loan Relief to Registered Investment Firms Affected by COVID-19 | Morrison & Foerster LLP

[ad_1] On March 23, 2020, in response to trade disruptions caused by the spread of the coronavirus (“COVID-19[feminine“), la Securities and Exchange Commission (“SECONDE”) a émis un ordonnance d’exemption (l’« Ordre ») en vertu de la Loi sur les sociétés d’investissement de 1940 («Loi de 1940”) octroyant aux sociétés d’investissement enregistrées et …

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Business News | Stock market and stock market news

[ad_1] Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds TIC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 Vodafone idea INE669E01016, IDEA, 532822 BPCL INE029A01011, BPCL, 500547 Yes Bank INE528G01035, OUIBANQUE, 532648 zee entertain INE256A01028, ZEEL, 505537 Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds TIC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 Vodafone idea …

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Swedish state finances boost as Riksbank repays

[ad_1] Swedish state finances are strengthened as Riksbank repays loans The recovery of the Swedish economy continues, after a temporary downturn at the start of the year, thus gradually strengthening the finances of the central administration. But other factors are also having a major impact on the budget this year …

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$ 421 million in Loanpal residential solar loans securitized

[ad_1] Loanpal, a leading point-of-sale technology platform for sustainable home solutions, today announced that Goldman Sachs has sponsored Loanpal Solar Loan 2021-2 Ltd. and Loanpal Solar Loan 2021-2 LLC concluded a securitization of approximately $ 421 million value of residential solar loans from the Loanpal platform and previously purchased by …

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Starter cards can help build credit even in tough times

[ad_1] As major credit card issuers tightened lending standards and cut credit limits in the middle COVID-19[female[feminine, some fintech startups have taken a different approach. In 2020, start-ups like Grow Credit, TomoCredit, and Chime launched or expanded credit cards that are available to those with less than ideal credit because …

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The Fed creates and then lends money to the US government – will this stimulate growth or inflation?

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: Dr. Mike Walden is Distinguished Reynolds Professor and Extension Economist in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University. He teaches and writes on personal finance, economic outlook and public policy. RALEIGH – Although the main principles of economics were established decades ago, …

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What the US bailout means for small businesses

[ad_1] My oh my! Since the passage of the American Rescue Plan went into effect By President Joe Biden on March 11, there are a lot of new benefits and government support for small businesses. Changes have been made to the Paycheque Protection Program (P3) and new funds have been …

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Summer camps see interest rebound

[ad_1] “Covid really happened so suddenly around this time last year that states and the Centers for Disease Control did not issue guidelines to operate quickly,” Rosenberg said. “A lot of the parents in the camp intended to send their children, but didn’t because they weren’t comfortable.” Almost all of …

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Polaroid made an instant camera for The Mandalorian

[ad_1] Polaroid Toys were a given. Clothing, backpack, bedding and even a “Child on Board” car magnet? Of course, everything is fine. I must say, however, I did not see The Mandalorian Polaroid Camera come, but here we are. The camera is the company Polaroid now model released earlier this …

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Democratic, GOP senators spare time for Garland hearing

[ad_1] As Democrats prepare to quickly confirm nominees to President Joe Biden’s cabinet, Republicans have objected to requests for confirmation from Merrick Garland as attorney general early next week. What would you like to know Senator Lindsey Graham, who currently heads the Senate Judiciary Committee, rejected Senator Dick Durbin’s request …

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Biden elevates science bureau chief to Cabinet level

[ad_1] President-elect Joe Biden on Friday appointed Eric Lander as science adviser and director of the Office for Science and Technology Policy – and also elevated the role of science adviser to the rank of cabinet. Lander is president and founding director of the Broad Institute at Harvard University and …

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Coloradans borrows at a high rate to make ends meet

[ad_1] Colorado residents are turning to nationally second-highest rate credit cards and personal loans as they struggle to weather the pandemic, a LendingTree study reports. About 42.1% of Colorado residents surveyed had borrowed money in the past seven days to meet immediate expenses, according to the most recent US Census …

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An edifying story – POLITICO

[ad_1] Press play to listen to this article ISTANBUL – European Union says freedom of speech is too important to be regulated by business. Activists say Turkey’s social media law shows the danger of leaving it to governments. Turkey Internet legislation is forcing sites with more than one million daily …

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A thaw in Turkey’s relations with Egypt?

[ad_1] Erdogan: Seven years of ice give way to diplomacy Turkish president Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan said on Friday that there is “no problem“with the reestablishment of Egyptian-Turkish relations at the highest level. It’s a change, after a seven-year freeze in relations that began after Turkey’s support for former Egyptian president …

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Turkey’s diplomatic struggles in the Caucasus

[ad_1] Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan & nbsp | & nbspPhoto credit: & nbspAP Much has been said about Turkey’s return last year to one of its old playgrounds – the Caucasus. Almost six months later, however, little substance has materialized in Ankara’s diplomatic and military initiatives in the region. …

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Spokesman for the ruling party in Turkey: We will turn the dreams of Greece and Cyprus into a nightmare

[ad_1] Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was denounced by ruling AKP spokesman Ömer Çelik for failing to invite the pseudo-state of occupied northern Cyprus to the Philia Forum, as he threatened also Greece and Cyprus. Speaking after a meeting of his party’s central committee, Çelik said: “Mitsotakis presents the Turkish …

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Mission Space: Turkey’s exciting new strategy

[ad_1] This is great news – great news. It got everyone in Turkey excited, regardless of their political views or way of life. Of course, I’m talking about President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan’s recent announcement that Turkey is about to start space travel. “Our first goal is to land on the …

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Turkey’s speech on peace with Armenia rings hollow

[ad_1] In her recent Global Opinions column for the Washington Post, a prominent Turkish analyst Asli Aydintasbas quoted a senior adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for telling him that Turkey “is ready to normalize relations with Armenia” after helping its regional ally, Azerbaijan, defeat the country in a …

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We want to follow in Turkey’s footsteps

[ad_1] Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing, a drone maker, uses Bayraktar TB2 drones as a “blueprint” for the T-31 model currently in production A Georgian drone maker will follow in Turkey’s footsteps in a bid to emulate the stellar performance demonstrated by Bayraktar TB2 drones produced in the country of Ankara as …

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Pakistan supports Turkey’s fight against Daesh

[ad_1] ANKARA: Air Chief of Staff (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan said Pakistan supports Turkey in its fight against terrorism, stressing the need for collaboration and mutual cooperation to overcome this challenge. In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency, the CAS, which is currently in Turkey, reaffirmed Islamabad’s …

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Turkey’s Orthodox community celebrates Christmas

[ad_1] ISTANBUL The Orthodox community in Turkey celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ on January 6, recognized as Christmas according to the Julian calendar. Greek Orthodox citizens of Istanbul re-enacted Christ’s baptism in a traditional cross-throwing ceremony at Kuzguncuk Pier in Ãœsküdar district. The celebrations began in the morning with …

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The exhibition sheds light on the history of Turkish theater through the archives of Armenian theater actors

[ad_1] Yapı Kredi Cultural Center is hosting a new exhibition on Istanbul theater artist and publisher Hagop Ayvaz at its complex on famous Istiklal Street. “Coulisse: Hagop Ayvaz, A Chronicler of Theater”, prepared in cooperation with the Turkish Theater Foundation under the direction of the Hrant Dink Foundation, will be …

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Turkey’s Russian Banter Prize

[ad_1] Through Lindsey graham and James lankford December 4, 2020 4:57 p.m. ET A truck transports parts of the S-400 missile defense system outside of Ankara, Turkey, August 27, 2019. Photo: / Associated press Turkey has been an American ally since 1952. The Incirlik Air Base has been essential in …

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Armenians in Turkey ‘can’t breathe’ as Karabakh rhetoric rages

[ad_1] – Turkey’s support for Azerbaijan in its conflict with Armenian separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh is strong and intensely partisan, and Turkey’s small Armenian community feels under pressure. Since the clashes erupted, pro-Azerbaijani convoys carrying Azerbaijani flags have passed through neighborhoods in Istanbul housing Armenian institutions, unverified footage of “massacres” attributed …

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Armenians in Turkey ‘can’t breathe’ as Karabakh rhetoric rages on

[ad_1] Istanbul (AFP) Turkey’s support for Azerbaijan in its conflict with Armenian separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh is strong and intensely partisan, and the small Armenian community in Turkey feels under pressure. Since the clashes erupted, pro-Azerbaijani convoys carrying Azerbaijani flags have passed through neighborhoods in Istanbul housing Armenian institutions, unverified images …

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Will Cyprus soon be back in Turkey’s sights?

[ad_1] The main Ankara party has made it its mission not only to completely transform Turkey internally, but also to export its power abroad. This is part of an attempt at political co-optation from Libya to Idlib in Syria, and from Azerbaijan to the occupied area of ​​northern Cyprus that …

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