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Among other lessons the power panel members said they’ve learned along the way is the importance of surrounding yourself with trusted mentors. Elliott said she almost didn’t pursue an opportunity at JPMorgan Chase when approached by a supervisor because she lacked confidence. Her “tribe” of women friends and mentors, who includes retired Neighborhood Services Organization […]

In 2022, Danish regulator Spillemyndigheden worked with Facebook in order to combat the unlicensed sector. Since the opening of the Danish market in 2012, the country’s regulator has attempted to block sites that target Danish consumers without a licence. While Spillemyndigheden said that it can often appear than the illegal market is growing in size, […]

Good afternoon. Thank you to the National Community Reinvestment Coalition for inviting me and to all of you for joining. I’m very excited to share that the CFPB is issuing a new rule today to implement Section 1071 of the Consumer Financial Protection Act, a dormant provision of law that requires the creation of a […]

Roughly 75% of the new stores that opened in 2022 in downtown Syracuse were minority- or woman-owned, according to a new survey. Those numbers reflect a dramatic shift in the demographics of downtown, where almost half of the businesses now are woman-owned. As more stores open and the influence of traditionally underrepresented groups grows, the […]

This entry is part of Park Views, a weekly Asheville Parks & Recreation series that explores the history of the city’s public parks and community centers – and the mountain spirit that helped make them the unique spaces they are today. Read more from the series and follow APR on Facebook and

Square recently announced the launch of Forward, a business accelerator program designed to help Black and Latino retail entrepreneurs obtain the capital, coaching, and products they need to succeed. Who are these coaches? Program mentors include actress, activist, designer, and businesswoman Rosario Dawson; bestselling author and CEO of Sweet July Ayesha Curry, financial advisors and […]

Get more recipes, food news, and stories by signing up for our Deep Dish newsletter. Only 20% of head chefs in restaurants are women, according to estimates compiled by the career site Zippia. The figures are even smaller for executive chefs and chefs de cuisine. But the proportion flips when you look at service positions in the […]

ENGLEWOOD — Asiaha Butler remembers when she used to dine at Leon’s Bar-B-Q on her journeys down Racine Street. The Englewood restaurant closed a “long time ago,” Butler said. It’s sat vacant for years, only a sign touting “Just Great Food” and an emblazoned red logo remaining.  But this year, Butler and members of the […]

From the post-apocalyptic bleakness of the TV show “The Last of Us” to the glamorous European destinations in the sprawling James Bond movie franchise, one source of travel inspiration is taking on fresh appeal as pandemic restrictions recede: the fictional worlds . . .

Click here to sign up to our free newsletters! Hayley Mudge. Picture: Alison White What matters the most to your employees? The core values of your organisation and flexible working schedules all rate highly, but there is one thing that trumps them all. The pay-packet at the end of the month. Without it bills […]

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