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Bank notes: New branches, closing branches and a special district

Already in receipt of regulator approval to open its first office in Niagara County, Bank of Akron has now received New York state permission to create a special banking district in the town of Wilson. The “banking development district” program design...

McClatchy’s losses, debt put its stock exchange listing at risk

Sacramento-based media company The McClatchy Co. said late on Friday that it's been warned that its shares could be delisted from the NYSE American stock exchange. McClatchy (AMEX: MNI) shares had fallen 57 cents, or 18.2%, to $2.57 on Friday, before ...

Motorola Solutions opens innovation center

In a move to better connect with top engineering talent at the University of Illinois, Motorola Solutions is opening an innovation center at the school’s Research Park. Chicago-based Motorola (NYSE: MSI) announced Friday that it has opened an innovati...

The week in bankruptcies: CFW Resources LLC and PetroShare Corp.

Denver area bankruptcy courts recorded two filings — including two with total debts above $1 million — during the week that ended Sept. 6, 2019. Year to date through Sept. 6, 2019, the court recorded 64 Chapter 7, Chapter 9 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy fi...

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1209, 2019

UC Davis raked in $845 million in research funding in 2018-19

September 12th, 2019|Comments Off on UC Davis raked in $845 million in research funding in 2018-19

The University of California Davis brought in its second-highest level of research funding ever, in its last fiscal year, with a total of $845 million in funding. The total amount of research funding landed just $1.2 million below the previous year's...

1209, 2019

Executives learn from instruction when they become the teachers

September 12th, 2019|Comments Off on Executives learn from instruction when they become the teachers

Corporate executives share why they've returned to the classroom as adjunct professors. The students, they say, aren't the only ones who've learned from the experience.

1409, 2019

Bank notes: New branches, closing branches and a special district

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Bank notes: New branches, closing branches and a special district

Already in receipt of regulator approval to open its first office in Niagara County, Bank of Akron has now received New York state permission to create a special banking district in the town of Wilson. The “banking development district” program design...

1409, 2019

Gov. Ige condemns hateful rhetoric surrounding TMT

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Gov. Ige condemns hateful rhetoric surrounding TMT

In a press conference Friday, Gov. David Ige urged the community to condemn the hateful rhetoric surrounding Thirty Meter Telescope construction and law enforcement.  According to Attorney General Clare Connors, law enforcement and public figures — su...

1409, 2019

ManTech CEO: ‘Open architecture is here to stay’

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on ManTech CEO: ‘Open architecture is here to stay’

It's becoming more clear which technology contractors get an edge with federal agency customers.

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OHSU receives $6M NIH grant to enhance high-resolution imaging

September 13th, 2019|

A new center for advanced imaging at Oregon Health & Science University has received a $5.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, enabling it to expand capabilities in electron microscopy. The Pacific Northwest Cryo-EM Center, a collab...

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Gov. Ige condemns hateful rhetoric surrounding TMT

In a press conference Friday, Gov. David Ige urged the community to condemn the hateful rhetoric surrounding Thirty Meter Telescope construction and law enforcement.  According to Attorney General Clare Connors, law enforcement and public figures — su...

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