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Public Paychecks: How much do KU and KU Med employees earn?

The University of Kansas and University of Kansas Medical Center allocated $518.4 million to its 8,903 employees in fiscal year 2018, according to payroll data the Kansas City Business Journal obtained from the state's Department of Administration. Be...

Here’s what JPMorgan has in store for its Columbus team in 2020

Central Ohio has been the development site for many of JPMorgan Chase's personalized tools for customers. Next year, the bank's Columbus team will link many of these tools together to give those costumers a better picture of their overall financial liv...

These are Greater Dayton’s best elementary schools: SLIDESHOW

Some of the most esteemed elementary schools in Greater Dayton have strong showings in academics, teachers and diversity, and we’ve rounded up the 50 overall best for you here. Pittsburgh-based data company Niche recently released its 2020 rankings of...

Hawaii State FCU reports Q3 growth in key areas

Hawaii State Federal Credit Union released its third-quarter results Thursday, reporting growth in total assets, deposits and loan balances. The credit union also continued to experience rapid growth in membership, welcoming more than 7,000 new membe...

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911, 2019

Former Wahiawa warehouse to become facility for training food entrepreneurs

November 9th, 2019|Comments Off on Former Wahiawa warehouse to become facility for training food entrepreneurs

The University of Hawaii is proposing to turn a metal warehouse in Wahiawa formerly owned by Tamura’s into a value-added product development center where students from Leeward Community College can develop the skills to become food-product entrepreneur...

1311, 2019

New household paper manufacturer in Macon already expanding

November 13th, 2019|Comments Off on New household paper manufacturer in Macon already expanding

One of North America's leading manufacturers of household paper products, which opened its first plant in the Southeast earlier this year in Macon, Ga., already is expanding its operations there. Irving Tissue Co., which invested $470 million and hire...

1311, 2019

Report: U.S. airlines willing to take 737 MAX jets next month

November 13th, 2019|Comments Off on Report: U.S. airlines willing to take 737 MAX jets next month

The Boeing Co.'s plan to begin delivering its 737 MAX jets again next month could have important buy-in from at least some of its customers. If the Boeing Co. is cleared to begin delivering its 737 MAX again before the end of the year, Reuters report...

1311, 2019

Sezzle opens Toronto office, adds hundreds of thousands of customers

November 13th, 2019|Comments Off on Sezzle opens Toronto office, adds hundreds of thousands of customers

Sezzle Inc., the Minneapolis-based "buy now, pay later" platform, announced on Wednesday that it is beefing up its Canadian presence by opening a Toronto office. It has hired Patrick Chan, a long-time employee of companies like PayPal and Salesforce, t...

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Bernard Tyson carried his influence to the national health care stage

November 13th, 2019|

After becoming CEO of Kaiser Permanente in 2013, Bernard Tyson built a national profile in health care, and his influence was especially acute in 2017. The CEO of the nation’s largest nonprofit managed health care system met with President Trump twice...

Sports

Fair board votes to end racetrack contract

November 13th, 2019|

The Board of Fair Commissioners voted Tuesday to terminate its contract with longtime Speedway operator Formosa Productions. According to The Tennessean, Formosa Productions will owe the city nearly $180,000 by the end of the year. The contract was or...

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Fair board votes to end racetrack contract

The Board of Fair Commissioners voted Tuesday to terminate its contract with longtime Speedway operator Formosa Productions. According to The Tennessean, Formosa Productions will owe the city nearly $180,000 by the end of the year. The contract was or...

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CMU searching for next dean of College of Fine Arts

Dan Martin is stepping down as dean of Carnegie Mellon University’s prestigious College of Fine Arts after 10 years. He will return to the School of Drama faculty, CMU said in a release issued on Tuesday. A national search to find Martin’s successor w...

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