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Nissan dealers get paid more for 84- or 96-month loans

Picture: Paul J. Richards (Getty Images) First, Nissan double subprime loans. He is now prepared to pay more money to dealers when customers sign up for longer terms. This is the new plan that Nissan presented to dealers, according to a report by Cars Direct. Nissan calls this the future …

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Minnesota House Democrats unveil bundle of budget bills

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota House Democrats on Monday unveiled legislation calling for more spending on education and rehabilitation for those hardest hit by the pandemic, while raising taxes for wealthy residents and large corporations . The bill set follows the $ 52.5 billion budget targets released by House Democrats late …

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Investar Reaches $ 41.1 Million Deal to Buy Alabama Bank | Business

Investar Bank completed the previously announced acquisition of Alabama-based Cheaha Bank nearly a year after the transaction closed. The $ 41.1 million deal was reached on Thursday. The move expands Investar’s footprint in northeast Alabama by giving it four branches in Calhoun County. “We believe these branches will complement our …

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USDA Calls Social Justice Advocate for New Role | 2021-03-31

WASHINGTON – A former Goldman Sachs vice president and social justice advocate has been appointed as assistant secretary of administration at the US Department of Agriculture. Oscar Gonzales, who previously held a number of USDA Under Secretary Tom Vilsack positions in the Obama administration, was appointed on March 29 by …

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Utilities committee revises water and sewer rate recommendations

GREENVILLE – The Utilities Committee of Greenville City Council on Thursday reconsidered the city’s plans to increase water and sewer rates for city residents. By unanimous consent, the three committee members approved a recommendation to council for a decrease in the planned rate increases. A previous measure, which would have …

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Call on social workers to help rebuild in the post-Covid world

The Covid-19 pandemic is not just a historic public health crisis. It is an economic and mental health crisis unlike anything in recent memory. Social workers have played an indispensable role in helping people cope with the most devastating consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Their efforts will be just as …

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All is not forgiven: forgiveness and PPP credits | Morrison & Foerster LLP – Public Procurement Overview

On March 23, 2021, The House Small Business, Markets and Infrastructure Subcommittee held a remote hearing titled: “The Interaction Between Paycheck Protection Program and Federal Acquisitions Regulations: What It Means for Government Contractors.” The hearing focused specifically on the interplay between the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan cancellation and Federal …

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