CAVA Steps In To Help Out-Of-Work Taylor Gourmet Employees Find Jobs

Darrow MontgomeryWhen news broke Friday that all 17 D.C.-area Taylor Gourmet locations would close by this Sunday, Sept. 23, employees learned they’d be out of a job in a matter of days. A spokesperson for the sandwich chain told the Post they weren’t aware of any severance packages.  Today, another homegrown fast-casual chain is stepping […]

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Stock Market Report: The Dwayne Train needs no brakes

Another game, another blowout win, another stunning performance from Ohio State’s offense. After several years of offensive struggles going back to 2015, performances like this one— no matter how many times they happen— will never stop being enjoyable to watch. After taking care of business last week against TCU, No. 4 Ohio State returned home […]

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Delhi: Inhaling toxic gases to earn money

While the country was busy with the conversation as to how dangerous manual scavenging is and how many lives it has swallowed, 36-years-old and a father of two Naresh (named changed) was gathering his equipment to risk his life just to clean up a sewer in the vicinity. During our conversation with Rani and some […]

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DC area job market churns along despite federal drawdown

(Photo by Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post) Aaron Gregg Reporter covering defense contractors and Washington-area businesses September 22 at 5:46 PM The D.C. area economy generated 64,900 new jobs in the one-year period ending in August, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday, capping off a strong summer for the local job market. The number of […]

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Nokia cuts 100 jobs from Naperville office

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Nokia cuts 100 jobs from Naperville office  WGN-TV Full coverage Source link

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Forget Penny Stocks, Your Money Is Better Off in These 3 Companies

Penny stocks are the lottery tickets of the stock market. For every penny stock that goes on to be a long-term winner, there are hundreds of others that have little or no future. It’s not a surprise. Low-priced stocks are rife with danger because most trade over the counter to avoid the oversight and disclosure requirements of […]

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Comcast outbids Fox with $39 billion offer for Sky in auction

LONDON (Reuters) – Comcast beat Rupert Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox in the battle for Sky after offering around 30 billion pounds ($39 billion) for the British broadcaster in a rare auction to decide the fate of the pay-television group. U.S. cable giant Comcast bid 17.28 pounds a share for control of London-listed Sky, versus an […]

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Tools stolen from shop in west Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. — An auto shop in west Lincoln had more than $1,000 worth of tools stolen, police said. Lincoln Police said the burglary was reported Friday morning at All Steel Storage, not far from West O Street and Hwy 77. According to LPD, the door had been pried open and several tool sets were […]

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For dropouts and other workers on the edge, employers have jobs and are adapting to find them

Valencia Hardy dropped out of 11th grade after having a baby a few years ago, and her life swerved between taking care of her child and starting a career. She eventually graduated from an alternative high school and trained in health care assisting for a time. Early this year, she started the 20-week construction class […]

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Foresters Financial and KaBOOM! Celebrate Building 150 Playgrounds Together While Increasing Play Opportunities …

The Minneapolis community was revitalized today thanks to a new playground built at Jenny Lind Elementary School. In just six hours, more than 200 volunteers from Foresters Financial„¢, Jenny Lind Elementary School and the national non-profit KaBOOM! created the new playspace, which will serve more than 1,300 children and their families in the local community […]

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