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Extend and pretend | Indian express

The problem of increasing non-performing bank assets has been simmering beneath the surface for many years. Until now, it was possible to sweep the bad news under the rug. But the pressure resulting from bad debts going through the bankruptcy mechanism made it difficult for the expansion and simulation game …

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Lendified announces private placement financing of up to $ 5,000,000

Toronto, Ontario – (Newsfile Corp. – April 7, 2021) – Lendified Holdings Inc. (TSXV: LHI) (formerly Hampton Bay Capital Inc.) (the “Society” Where “Lendified“) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an engagement letter with Canaccord Genuity Corp. (“Canaccord“), as lead manager and sole bookrunner, on his own …

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CareCredit Joins Epic App Orchard to Offer Patient Financing Solution

The CareCredit Patient Financing app enables healthcare systems using Epic’s MyChart to provide patients with easy payment options. Tweet this “The CareCredit Patient Funding app brings more than three decades of CareCredit innovation, medical funding and thoughtful customer service to hundreds of healthcare organizations using Epic,” said Shannon Burke, Managing …

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Financing of water companies | Letters to the Editor

There is an additional twist to the water business. Unlike the sewage company, the service area of ​​the water company extends outside the city limits (north and south). The 361 customers outside the city limits include 54 non-residential customers, some of whom are significant water users (eg several large wineries, …

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Applebee’s New Virtual Kitchen Sells Cheetos-Taste Wings

Applebee’s will host yet another virtual kitchen. On Wednesday, Dine Brands, owner of Applebee’s and IHOP, announced the launch of its new business, Cosmic Wings. The virtual wing restaurant – which will work in over 1,300 Applebee kitchens – is available to order for delivery only to Uber eats from …

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CA Democrats offer BankCal, a public banking program

Receive the Capitol Alert newsletter Register now for the latest news on California politics, Governor Gavin Newsom and the Legislature. Nearly 20 Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a bill to establish a state-wide public banking program that would partner with private sector financial institutions to provide low-income workers with access …

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Offers a return on the gold backed wDGLD token

Celsius network, a cryptocurrency lending and borrowing platform, announced Thursday that it will add support for the CoinShares wDGLD token. According to Celsius, clients will be able to hold wDGLD tokens in their Celsius wallets to earn a weekly compounded return or use their coins as collateral to secure cash …

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RBI’s political position is very balanced: India Inc.

The Reserve Bank of India today announced its monetary policy, in which it has kept the pension rate unchanged at 4% and maintained its “accommodative” policy. India Inc. has reacted very positively to the developments. Here are some of those reactions. Zarin Daruwala, Cluster CEO, India and South Asia (Bangladesh, …

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Lakeside Vacation with Driving Tree Lighting Ceremony

MUSKEGON, MI – The holiday season is officially underway, and the Muskegon’s Lakeside District Association is celebrating with the 17th Annual Lakeside Vacation. On Saturday, December 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., people are invited to shop for the holidays at local businesses and participate in a raffle for …

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Remembering Jimmy D, Wilbraham’s Swimming Champion

Milt Orcutt had a long and successful career as a swim coach at Springfield Technical High School. What a success? Well, on one stretch, his Tigers have won the Western Massachusetts Championship 12 years in a row. At that time, the city’s schools did not have swimming pools. Coaches solved …

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House expects loan and grant selections to come News, Sports, Jobs

Seeking help getting their businesses back on track or resuming operations following restrictions imposed by governor’s orders, approximately 92 local small businesses applied for the grants and loans offered through the Lycoming County grant. Small Business Relief Fund and Loan Program. According to Jason Fink, president and CEO of the …

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Englewood Bank opens its office in Venice

Through Staff | at April 1, 2021 Englewood Bank & Trust Executive Vice President Lory Weisensee, Portfolio Manager Chris Eckstrom, Vice President and Trust Officer Terri Griffith, Trust Department President Michael Aloian and Business Development Officer Kerry Hunter with rendering by Lawson Group Architects of the new Venice office. COURTESY …

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Scavenger Hunt delivers Easter fun | New

It was Easter fun for families when the Easter Treasure Hunt took place on Saturday April 3rd. Participants were sent to various locations around town to get clues before they ended up encountering the Easter Bunny in Western Park. The scavenger hunt was organized by the Parkers and Recreation Committee …

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Business Watch: Room in motion | Business

The old saying goes, April showers bring May blossoms, you couldn’t wait any longer than now during a spike in area covidus cases. Everyone I speak to expresses their desire for a return to the movement and the pre-pandemic energy that fueled the creativity, economy and quality of life in …

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Champion settles with NY AG for deceptive reverse mortgage borrowers

New York Attorney General Letitia James has settled a lawsuit against Champion Mortgage for allegedly misleading borrowers in need of help. Court documents indicate that Champion – the reverse mortgage manager under Mr. Cooper, formerly Nationstar Mortgage Holdings – sent over 3,000 pre-closing letters to defaulting clients, but in unclear …

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Shari restaurant in Richland closes, Kennewick remains

On Wednesday, some Richlanders who used to dine at Shari’s house had a jolt. The restaurant, according to sources, has closed its doors permanently. There was a sign in the window advising customers of the fact. The restaurant, located on GW Way near the Safeway Grocery complex, had been there …

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What would most New Jerseyers do with $ 10,000 more?

This is a question that has come up several times since we started promoting the “Jersey payment codes“contest where a lucky listener could win up to $ 10,000. I asked our crew in the morning what they would do if they suddenly had an extra ten thousand dollars. Producer Kristen …

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