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  1. Back from the brink - Cleveland neighborhoods being Habitized: John HabatRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer

    No longer content simply to build houses here and there, Greater Cleveland Habitat committed in 2013 to rebuilding and revitalizing neighborhoods . Two years ago, Cleveland Habitat responded to a changing Cleveland and its need for affordable housing that could also reverse the decline of inner-city neighborhoods.


  2. South African business owners petrol bomb immigrant shopRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Police spokesman Kay Makhubela said on Friday that the man's shop was attacked by South African small business owners on Thursday night. He said police arrested nine South Africans, who were demanding that the foreigner close his shop and leave the area.


  3. Slate Belt needs its own economic development group, retired legislator saysRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Former Pa. state Rep. Rich Grucela believes the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corp. has not lived up to expectations in the Slate Belt.


  4. Notice of Annual General MeetingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire

    Notice is hereby given to Aktia Bank plc shareholders of the Annual General Meeting, to be held at 4.00 pm on 13 April 2015 at PA rssitalo, address Fabianinkatu 14, Helsinki. Persons who have registered their intention to attend will be welcomed from 3.00 pm onwards and voting sheets will be distributed.


  5. Warehouse Market Sets New Reco...Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | Warsaw Voice

    Demand for warehouses in Poland continues to run high with 1 million square meters of new space delivered to the market last year. According to a report by real estate services company JLL, 2014 was a busy year for both tenants and developers of warehouse and industrial space in Poland.


  6. State: Cabral qualifies for public-safety pensionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

    Former Public Safety Secretary Andrea Cabral qualifies for a retirement benefit classification typically designated for frontline police officers and firefighters that critics say will unfairly boost her pension, state officials said Thursday. State Retirement Board officials said there is no question Cabral's previous service as Suffolk County sheriff, an elected position, and as an assistant district attorney qualifies her in the Group 4 pension category, under state law.


  7. Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - Feb. 27, 2015 - POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -- Congress and the Government traditionally support Americans to save.


  8. Sen. Sessions: 'Power of the Purse Now a Historical Concept?'CNSRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cybercast News Service

    As Congress prepares to pass a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security, including President Obama's executive amnesty, for at least another three weeks, one conservative senator says it's a very bad idea: "We cannot let this Congress go down in the history books as the Congress that established a new precedent that we will fund any imperial decree that violates established American laws," Sen. Jeff Sessions said on Thursday.


  9. Westlake man upset because PNC rejected checks he wrote for property taxes, causing late payment penalty: Money MattersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Q: I recently mailed two checks as payments for taxes on two properties I own in Cuyahoga County. I printed the checks via a computer program called VersaCheck, which I've used for about 10 years when mailing a check.


  10. Tax breaks for investors in startups proposed by state Rep. SaylorRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Evening Sun

    Startup companies in Pennsylvania could have an easier time attracting investors under legislation a state lawmaker from York County has introduced in the General Assembly. House Bill 449, introduced by state Rep. Stan Saylor, R-Windsor Township, would give so-called angel investors a 25 percent tax break on investments in early stage Pennsylvania companies.


  11. Is Emma Thompson really willing to go to prison over tax?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | She Knows

    Actor Greg Wise has announced that he and his wife Emma Thompson are willing to go to prison to protest against tax evasion. The U.K. financial sector has been rocked by the HSBC tax evasion scandal over the last few weeks and it is this that has prompted the Walking on Sunshine actor to threaten a boycott.


  12. House of the Week: Craftsman style in Timber BanksRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Post-Standard

    "I was the first one in," she said. "This used to be a cornfield. When I first moved in, we'd have deer and turkey in the backyard and everything."


  13. TickCOM launches automated trading front end for smartphonesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Finextra Research news

    TickCOM, the technology leader within strategy development for automated trading, is releasing an automated trading frontend iSTRAT oriented at the Smart Phone market. A frontend where entry level users on-the-fly and within seconds can develop custom strategies from a Smart Phone for automated trading.


  14. Big problems for small biz borrowingRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Long Island Business News

    John Robertson, owner of The Sexy Salad in Hauppauge, did exactly what many well-run businesses do. He ploughed profits back into his company, buying equipment and expanding his office.


  15. Businesses need to get creative with lendersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Long Island Business News

    Companies facing difficulty borrowing may find the answer in the form of asset-based loans that typically let them borrow against money they're owed or a product ready to go. Many small businesses are turning to these loans, borrowing against accounts receivable or inventory as collateral.


  16. Benjamin Law: Time management and other time wastersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Age

    Several weeks ago I was asked to speak at a seminar about what constitutes healthy time management. On the same day I accepted the job, I ate something out of a jar for lunch, failed to exercise, then worked until 11.24pm to slay my hydra-headed deadlines.


  17. Miniter Group Launches Optical Character Recognition Technology for...Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Miniter Group today announced a major release of it's Borrower-Centric outsource insurance tracking software. This release supports optical character recognition technology which will significantly improve transactional efficiencies within the Insurance Tracking Department.


  18. Colin McEnroe: Car Dealers Short-Circuit Over Tesla SalesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

    Connecticut auto dealers would like to start selling Tesla electric cars, but until someone lets them do that, they would like you to know that the company is perched on the edge of financial ruin and their cars are, implicitly, death traps. The Tesla S got the highly coveted Best Overall award from Consumer Reports this week, but you would never know it if your main source was Tesla Crash, a hilariously cheesy website launched by the state's auto dealers.


  19. Royal Bank of Scotland's A 421 million bonuses for bankers, taxpayers' moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Dear Kitty

    BACKED RBS reported losses of A 3.5 billion last year but said yesterday it still plans to hand out A 421 million in bonuses in a move even its boss admitted was "outrageous." Thousands more staff are also set to go at the bank, which announced that it will hack back its investment banking.


  20. UPDATE 2-Hong Kong steps up efforts to cool red-hot property marketRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Reuters

    Hong Kong imposed fresh measures on Friday in its latest bid to cool one of the world's most expensive real estate markets, reducing the amount of money home buyers can borrow and capping the amount of debt they can take. The former British colony's home prices rose last year to a record high as tightening measures failed to curb skyrocketing prices supported by strong local demand and tight supply.