Financial affairs

East Surry JROTC Gets High Ranking

December 31, 2021 Although there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight for the coronavirus, 2021 has been a good year in terms of gains made in bringing another health threat, Alzheimer’s disease, under control, including the emergence of a promising drug. “More people are becoming aware and more …

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Blue Ridge Bankshares, Inc. Increases Dividend 5.3%, Plans Stock Split

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., March 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Blue Ridge Bankshares, Inc. (the “Company”) (NYSE American: BRBS) today announced that its Board of Directors has approved and declared a quarterly dividend of $0.15 per share, an increase of $0.0075, or 5.3% over the most recent quarterly dividend. The cash dividend will …

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Chinese panic over bank collapse after social media rumors

Shanghai: Social media-fueled rumors of the bank collapse are popping up with unprecedented frequency in China, forcing regulators and even police to step in to calm depositors. In the last month alone, concerned savers have descended on three banks to withdraw funds amid rumors of liquidity shortages which were later …

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Google Removes 5 Unauthorized Lending Apps From Play Store: Report

Google has removed five digital lending apps from its Android Play Store, the Times of India reported. The five apps include OkCash, Go Cash, Flip Cash, ECash, and SnapIt Loan, all of which offer short-term digital loans at high interest rates. But since these are unregulated entities, they were in …

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Headgum Podcast Network Grows with Relationships Developed by Headgum Studios

Headgum Studios produces original comedy podcasts Head eraser The comedy world took a hard hit last month with the shutdown of Academic humor, the company that produced the original irreverent videos, the show Adam ruins everything, and its own streaming service Dorkly. But just like Yoda when Ben Kenobi told …

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GOP Senator: “Millions of dollars are wasted” in small business coronavirus fund

Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) Said on Monday that Congress must make changes to a small business assistance program, arguing that large businesses and those that have not been affected by the coronavirus are receiving assistance . Scott pointed to reports that large chain stores and restaurants had qualified for loans …

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Banks Offer Help For Customers Suffering From Coronavirus Economic Crisis | Coronavirus

Banks are at the forefront of efforts to alleviate the financial hardship caused by the coronavirus epidemic, and many offer special relief efforts to their clients. Additionally, they act as a primary channel for government plans to provide emergency cash to struggling individuals and businesses to bypass a system that …

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Over 1,400 advisors received US stimulus loans of at least $ 150,000

July 6, 2020 by AdvisorHub staff | | | According to the Small Business Administration, more than 1,400 financial advisory firms have received government-backed and potentially forgivable paycheck protection program loans of at least $ 150,000. The government on Monday disclosed the names of consulting companies among a list of …

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Liquidity Crisis Hits Healthcare Systems Due To COVID-19

As COVID-19 tests the financial limits of healthcare systems and depletes their investment portfolios, many are looking for short-term liquidity solutions. The strategy seems different depending on the system. For Livonia, Mich.-Based Trinity Health, that meant withdrawing $ 885 million from four of its credit facilities. Attorney Aurora Health is …

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How to buy second-hand clothes – and why you should

Buying used clothes at thrift stores might seem like a smart way to reduce your expenses – and it’s. You should get gold stars and stickers for spending $ 10 on jeans instead of $ 50. But with their low prices and large inventory, thrift stores can entice even a …

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