The Business Journals
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Walnut Grill announces new delivery-only Ghost Chicken Kitchen
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Walnut Grill works to bolster its regular restaurant business with new delivery-only hot chicken venture operating out of its established restaurant kitchens.
Rich Kohnke, who has been one of the top creatives in Milwaukee’s advertising industry for three-plus decades, died Feb. 27 at age 60 after a diagnosis with Lewy body dementia.
Brightline to restart negotiations with FDOT, Central Florida Expressway Authority for Orlando-to-Tampa route right-of-way lease
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Rice University adds first undergraduate business major
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The university's entrepreneurship master's program and online MBAs are acclaimed, but it's the first time the Rice has added an undergraduate program.
‘I’m the hopeful one’: Owner holds off on closure of Gigi's Cupcakes in Charlotte after community support
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Fans of the local shop bought dozens and dozens of cupcakes after the business announced in February it would close. Now, it may have turned the corner.
The company, founded by a student at the University of Pennsylvania, is paying homage to its Philadelphia roots.
Republic FC president steps down, successor named
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The club's plans to join Major League Soccer took a sizable blow late last week when previous lead investor Ron Burkle, who'd signed on in 2019, withdrew from the expansion group.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled to uphold Cal/OSHA's emergency workplace standards, which faced legal challenges last year.
MSPBJ seeks the state's Best Places to Work
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Atlanta Hawks fire head coach Lloyd Pierce
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JJ Watt agrees to two-year deal with Arizona Cardinals; breaks the news himself with simple tweet
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Covid-19 roundup: Florida records lowest daily increase in months; vaccine access broadened
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Nike executive tied to sneaker reselling resigns
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Ann Hebert worked for the company for 25 years. Her resignation comes less than a week after a Bloomberg Businessweek cover story connected Hebert to her son's sneaker reselling business.
Minnesota Cup helped prepare Busy Baby for Shark Tank
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Busy Baby saw 900% growth in 2020 to $900,000 in sales, was a division winner at the Minnesota Cup startup competition and will get national attention with an appearance this Friday on ABC's...
Spurs, AT&T Center to go cashless with new payment service deal
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The company already provides its services to the Kansas City Chiefs and the Arrowhead Stadium, but this marks the first NBA deal for the company.
Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport reported a 63.5% decline in passenger totals for January, a slight improvement from the 66.3% decline in December 2020.
During Ishihara's tenure, HJCC has grown to more than 500 members, and he has overseen the development of several initiatives, including the Hiroshima-Hawaii Emerging Young Business Leaders Program,...
Highmark president sees growth, opportunity in New York
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“We’re quite excited about what this relationship, this affiliation does for HealthNow … and it’s just as important to Highmark,” Rice-Johnson told the Business Times on Monday afternoon after the...
The funds — which come via a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA — will be used to open multiple, state-led community vaccination sites throughout the Islands.
P. Terry's Burger Stand raises minimum wage to $15 an hour
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During a national debate about raising the federal minimum wage, Austin burger chain P. Terry's has taken the preemptive step of raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour, affecting more than 300...
Daryl Tol hired by California research nonprofit
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Valleyfair to hire 1,000 employees before opening in May
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City Council committee hones in on reducing unemployment as pandemic worsens disparities
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A City Council committee on Monday explored a range of topics related to reducing joblessness and taking a more inclusive look at government and nonprofit training programs as part of local efforts to...
While Covid-19 has slowed hiring plans for many, the state’s top tech companies and startups are still bringing on crucial new personnel during the pandemic.
The company last year signed a five-year partnership deal with NEC Corp. to resell its communications software services to the Japanese electronics giant's on-premise business phone customers,