The Business Journals
Austin burger chain P. Terry's opening soon in New Braunfels
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The popular Austin chain is bringing its classic burgers, fries and handspun milkshakes to New Braunfels. After that, it plans to expand farther south to San Antonio.
NFL: Steelers game postponed again until Tuesday
Today 15:26 EST
It had been originally scheduled for Thanksgiving Night but postponed after several players on the Ravens had tested positive for Covid-19.
The week in bankruptcies: Riverside Maple Farms LLC
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Memorial Hospital of Jacksonville will be offering a new way to detect long cancer earlier and with greater accuracy, the hospital said Wednesday.
Doctors, nurses call for community's help in stopping pandemic
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The week in bankruptcies: CLI USA Inc., CLI Corp. and 10 more.
Today 12:20 EST
This week in Pittsburgh business bankruptcies include CLI USA Inc., CLI Corp. and more. For the year, Pittsburgh has recorded 49 business bankruptcy filings.
Lucas proposes cutting fees in 2021 as a way to help Kansas City businesses during pandemic
Today 11:22 EST
This plan would defer, decrease or, in some situations, waive a variety of fees required to operate in Kansas City.
One factor common to all companies on the Most Equitable Workplaces list: Their equity and inclusion approaches are incorporated into their overall business strategy. They’re not add-ons or...
Cleveland Conversations: ShotStop entrepreneur who escaped communism raising private equity for latest idea
Today 10:49 EST
Vall Iliev, president of ShotStop Ballistics LLC in Stow, Ohio, is an industrial engineer and product designer with a Ph.D. and lots of ideas.
Lanai Cat Sanctuary: A safe space for cats and birds
Today 10:35 EST
Pupu Platter: Hawaii's Covid response from 30,000 feet
Today 10:25 EST
Opinion: Nothing like a bit of travel to see firsthand the truly international scale of lockstep Covid policymaking.
Top of the List: Largest Central Ohio manufacturers
Today 10:03 EST
The Central Ohio manufacturers in this year’s list employ 18,896 workers in the region, 96% of them full-time.
Why the Covid-19 pandemic is accelerating esports; developers re-imagine North Broadway: MBJ Podcast #86
Today 9:37 EST
Executives involved in esports believe the pandemic will lead to more investment and sponsorship deal activity over the next six months.
The University of Minnesota could face a budget shortfall of as much as $175 million by next June, President Joan Gabel warned colleagues this week. Pay cuts and furloughs are expected to continue...
Black Friday starts slow at Target, Best Buy, as retailers spread out sales and shoppers
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Shoppers arrived at storefronts around Minneapolis/St. Paul early this morning, the traditional start of the holiday shopping season. But there were far fewer of them than usual, as this is anything...
The week in bankruptcies: ETG Construction LLC
Today 8:59 EST
This week in Denver business bankruptcies include ETG Construction LLC. For the year, Denver has recorded 103 business bankruptcy filings.
In a recent survey, Kentucky retailers said the local economy in their geographic area was weaker than last year and expect matching last year’s holiday shopping sales to be a challenge.
The week in bankruptcies: 2 entities in Greater Washington
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BizTalk with Bill Roy Podcast Episode 183: Kaye Monk-Morgan
Today 7:00 EST
Kaye Monk-Morgan says think of diversity as inviting people to a dance and inclusion as playing the music they like.
This week in Boston business bankruptcies include Arlington Auto Body Inc.. For the year, Boston has recorded 89 business bankruptcy filings.
Successful nonprofits will take the time to nurture their donor base and adapt to a more virtual environment, says Bryce Rassilyer.
The week in bankruptcies: Hypervibe Inc.
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The week in bankruptcies: Oasis Day Spa & Hair Salon Inc..
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This week in Birmingham business bankruptcies include Oasis Day Spa & Hair Salon Inc.. For the year, Birmingham has recorded 28 business bankruptcy filings.
The week in bankruptcies: JMS Construction and Aki Healing Arts PLLC
November 26, 2020
This week in Seattle business bankruptcies include JMS Construction and Aki Healing Arts PLLC. For the year, Seattle has recorded 57 business bankruptcy filings.
Viewpoint: Harsh winter coming for many businesses
November 26, 2020
"When I look around now, I see businesses that have used all of their government assistance and are torn between their desire to keep their communities safe and stay closed and their need to re-open to...