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Monthly Archives: July 2022

Here’s what the North Crossing redevelopment in Hartford looks like so far

by on July 31, 2022 0
HARTFORD — The first apartment building in the North Crossing development around Hartford’s Dunkin’ Donuts Park is ramping up amenities for city dwellers: a fitness center on steroids, a rooftop lounge and cabanas around a pool. Yes, cabanas around a pool in downtown Hartford. An enclosed outdoor courtyard with the pool, grilling stations, bluestone... Read More

Senate climate agreement: Boost or barrier for EVs?

by on July 29, 2022 0
The Senate’s sweeping climate and energy bill would do nothing less than reshape car manufacturing in the electric age, giving automakers nearly irresistible incentives to build America’s supply chains – or more precisely, not in China. In achieving that goal and a long list of others related to electric vehicles, the bill — which... Read More

Ballona board | Business | argonautnews.com

by on July 28, 2022 0
Culver City company brings sea to land with latest innovation Los Angeles native Don Tashman brought Earth’s tallest creature to earth with the fusion of skateboarding and art when he recently launched the nimble Ballona skateboard. The Ballona skateboard is the latest innovation from Loaded Boards, a West Los Angeles-based skateboard company that was... Read More

Financial review: QCR (NASDAQ:QCRH) and Farmers National Banc (NASDAQ:FMNB)

by on July 23, 2022 0
National Farmers’ Bank (NASDAQ: FMNB – Get a rating) and QCR (NASDAQ: QCRH – Get a rating) are both small cap finance companies, but which is the better investment? We’ll compare the two companies based on their risk strength, analyst recommendations, earnings, dividends, valuation, profitability, and institutional ownership. Dividends Farmers National Banc pays an... Read More

BMX freestyle ends up being a family affair

by on July 17, 2022 0
A FAMILY of park riders – father Armand, son Guetler and daughter Asianity Mariano – caught the eye at yesterday’s PhilCycling National Championships for BMX Freestyle which started with a spirited mid-morning competition but ended wet and cold – not thanks to a heavy early afternoon rain. Son, Guetler, 18, eclipsed father, Armand, 43,... Read More

From cycling to skateboarding: environmentally friendly means of transport

by on July 17, 2022 0
Although public transport vehicles reduce our carbon footprint, personal transport vehicles are still indispensable today. Meanwhile, environmentally friendly vehicles in urban transport have also started to become more common in recent years. The transport sector has grown since the invention of the wheel with constant technological developments and advancements, which are particularly seen in... Read More

Critical survey of Old Second Bancorp (NASDAQ:OSBC) and Equity Bancshares (NASDAQ:EQBK)

by on July 15, 2022 0
Equity Bancshares (NASDAQ:EQBK – Get a rating) and Old Second Bancorp (NASDAQ: OSBC – Get a rating) are both small cap finance companies, but which is the better company? We’ll compare the two companies based on valuation strength, risk, analyst recommendations, profitability, institutional ownership, dividends and earnings. Profitability This table compares the net margins,... Read More

Two US lawyers investigate Kabbage PPP loans

by on July 13, 2022 0
Kabbage has made a name for itself by processing business loans in minutes. Gado Images Sipa USA via AP The Paycheck Protection Program was one of the main federal economic relief measures at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing small businesses with loans of up to $10 million that were forgivable if used.... Read More

Wrestler Sara McLaughlin hasn’t started at Scituate High yet, but she’s already one of the school’s biggest stars

by on July 11, 2022 0
At 13 years old, Sara McLaughlin is the first All-American athlete at Scituate High, and she has yet to take any classes at school. McLaughlin enters his first year as a sailor with a resume that makes senior graduates jealous. As the first eighth grader to join varsity wrestling team Scituate, she went 19-4... Read More

EA’s early skating game gameplay looks sick

by on July 8, 2022 0
If you liked the official images (seen here), you’ll love the unfiltered images.Screenshot: EA / Kotaku There are so many pre-release footage from Skate 4 out in the wild right now, it looks like it’s my kitchen sink! Yes, gameplay clips for the next entry in EA’s skateboarding series, which has no release window,... Read More

Getting to know: Frédéric Brunet

by on July 7, 2022 0
BostonBruins.com – The Boston Bruins selected defenseman Frederic Brunet with the 132nd overall pick Friday afternoon in the fifth round of the 2022 NHL Draft in Montreal. Last team: Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL) Position: Defense Height: 6-2 lester: 185 pounds shoots: Left Birthday: August 21, 2003 Hometown: Gatineau, Quebec Video: Brunet, 132nd overall, talks to... Read More

USAA Career Jumpstart Loan Review

by on July 5, 2022 0
Main advantages The USAA Career Start Loan is a unique loan Personal loanstyle=”text-decoration: underline”> which offers low interest rates usually reserved for secured loans with collateral. Loan amounts can be up to $36,000 with payment terms up to 60 months. The interest rate is the same regardless of the term. Those without a solid... Read More

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) shares sold by Signature Estate & Investment Advisors LLC

by on July 4, 2022 0
Signature Estate & Investment Advisors LLC reduced its equity holdings by JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) by 97.0% in the first quarter, according to its most recently filed Form 13F with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The institutional investor held 7,503 shares of the financial services provider after selling 245,062 shares during the quarter.... Read More

City Life Org – Milano Cortina 2026 poised to become the most gender-balanced Winter Olympics in history

by on July 2, 2022 0
Image © Milano Cortina 2026 The sports and events program of the Olympic Winter Games Milano Cortina 2026 will include a record number of women’s events and will be the most gender-balanced edition of the Olympic Winter Games to date, with 47% participation. female participation. The program was approved by the Executive Board (EB)... Read More