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Poway man returns to food business after career in high school counseling

Poway man returns to food business after career in high school counseling

For Ernie Monk, life has come full circle. At 78, the retired high school counselor is filling his mornings working at Ralphs in 4S Ranch, where he sweeps floors, brings shopping carts from the parking lot to the store entrance and bags groceries. When she applied for the job last October, Monk said she told …

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Money services businesses are penalized for failing to adopt strong anti-money laundering practices

Money services businesses are penalized for failing to adopt strong anti-money laundering practices

Two recent federal enforcement actions – announced on the same day – have underscored the need for crypto companies to carefully consider their anti-money laundering (AML) obligations or else risk significant penalties. First, on August 8, 2022, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added Tornado Cash (Tornado) to the list of …

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Romney talks business policy with chambers of commerce | News, Sports, Jobs

Kelcie Hartley, Daily Herald Sen. Mitt Romney speaks at a joint Spanish Fork and Payson/Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce event held Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, at the River Bridge Event Center in Spanish Fork. U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, was the guest speaker at a business breakfast in Spanish Fork Wednesday morning, co-hosted by the …

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Growing a business, a family affair for one Battle Creek family

Editor’s note: This story is part of Southwest Michigan’s Second Wave In the Battle Creek series on land. Attracting more bees to produce honey has turned into a thriving U-Pick flower enterprise for the Laupp family. “We have bees,” says Mike Laupp, an engineer at Parker Engineering. “In an effort to produce more honey, we …

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Business Roundtable ‘interest group capitalism’ can change public opinion

Good morning. There is at least some evidence that it probably has, at least if the American public is the judge. Asked in a survey by Just Capital which stakeholders give top priority to large American companies, 50% of Americans say “their shareholders.” But that’s down from 69% six years ago. And 31% say companies …

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Hyannis Business Group lines pollinator-friendly plants on Main Street

HYANNIS – Mini meadows bursting with cool greens, vibrant reds and yellows, muted browns, soft pinks and purples, all buzzing with bees and butterflies grace the sidewalks of Main Street in downtown Hyannis. This spring, the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District distributed more than 140 planters, in addition to creating a number of small …

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Some business owners concerned about downtown Cape Girardeau’s recovery community center

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – There’s a growing concern in downtown Cape Girardeau involving a local community center and the crowds it’s bringing to Broadway. We Do Recover Community Center is located in the 700 block of Broadway. According to the Gibson Center for Behavior Change, the center is a gathering place for newly recovering …

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