Business

Fondren Business Improvement District inches closer

A decision looms large for Fondren business owners. Pay more out of pocket for security and upkeep or accept the status quo. Business owners in the commercial heart of the north Jackson neighborhood could soon vote for a Business Improvement District, ...

Jackson Clarion Ledger

Here's what it would look like if Britain launched an attack with nuclear weapons

The United Kingdom is one of a few countries to maintain an always-ready nuclear deterrent, provided by four nuclear submarines at see. The Vanguard-class vessels, which carry the Trident nuclear missile system, are rarely seen and quite secretive. A ...and more »

Business Insider

2018-09-23 17:26:15

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Lawmakers are split on the next steps for Christine Blasey Ford

Lawmakers spoke out after Christine Blasey Ford struck a tentative deal to testify about her allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. On both sides of the aisle, officials agree Ford should present her account, but ...and more »

Business Insider

2018-09-23 17:08:39

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Winthrop dental business trying to expand with federal funds, new location

WINTHROP — A local business that provides dental cleanings and other preventive oral health services will soon receive $30,000 in federal funding, improving its owner's ability to test for cavities and other problems and allowing her to hire a part ...

Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

2018-09-23 16:50:58

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Mid-Hudson Valley business calendar: Starting Sept. 24, 2018

SEPT. 26: Ribbon cutting for HumphreyEmpire Corp., 10 a.m., at Sojourner Truth monument in front of Ulster County Courthouse, 285 Wall St., Kingston. SEPT. 27: Ribbon cutting, Herzog's remodeled Design Center, 11:30 a.m., 151 Plaza Road (Kingston ...

The Daily Freeman

2018-09-23 15:05:42

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Haley: US allies doing business with Iran 'have a decision to make' to avoid sanctions

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says allied countries like the U.K. shouldn't count on winning exemptions from sanctions against doing business with Iran stemming from President Trump's decision to pull out of the 2015 nuclear deal.

CBS News

2018-09-23 14:42:00

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