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Security company seeks up to 300 new employees

As businesses across the state temporarily close or reduce operations amid the coronavirus, security company Securitas is seeking to hire up to 300 new employees in Hawaii as demand for its services increases. “Unfortunately, business has been i.....»»

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Hawaii unemployment reaches historic highs

Hawaii unemployment filings reached historic highs in March as a result of closures underway to stop the spread of coronavirus. The state Department of Labor and Industrial relations reported 160,929 claims last month, including 10,495 duplicates. Ma.....»»

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Honolulu sees increase in construction cranes, RLB report says

Honolulu was one of five cities in the United States to see an increase in construction cranes during the first quarter, thanks to high-rise mixed-use towers under construction in Honolulu from Kakaako to Waikiki, and the coronavirus will likely have a .....»»

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Phoenix considers service cuts, layoffs as revenue dries up due to COVID-19

No matter when the city's economy turns around as the effects of the coronavirus eventually fade, Phoenix is facing big deficits. Deputy City Manager Jeff Barton outlined a brutal budget forecast for 2021 in a teleconferenced planning meeting on March .....»»

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Boeing to restart production at Puget Sound factories next week despite pandemic

Suppliers have been formally told to resume parts and components shipments to Boeing's Puget Sound factories again......»»

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Navy extends developer deadline for P3 project near Pearl Harbor

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Podcast: Is tech ready for another month of the COVID-19 crisis?

Veteran tech journalists Mike Malone and Scott Budman try and make sense of (another) crazy week in the Valley with the latest installment of their podcast, The Silicon Insider. It’s the third week of California’s quarantine and things are qu.....»»

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Occidental Petroleum shakes up CFO role, SVP of strategy departs

Houston-based Occidental Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: OXY) has named a new CFO, the latest leadership change the oil and gas producer has disclosed in recent days. Robert Peterson was named senior vice president and CFO on April 3, according to a filing wi.....»»

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U.S. hotels see steep decline in occupancy, revenue amid COVID-19

More than 75% of hotel rooms in the United States were empty last week, according to the latest data from research and analytics company STR. As demand for travel continues to fall globally and more states implement lockdowns, hotels throughout the .....»»

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas policy change eases access to COVID-19 treatment

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas will waive member cost-sharing to ease access to COVID-19 treatment, the state's largest health insurance provider announced April 3. The waiver applies to deductibles, copays and coinsurance related to treatment for.....»»

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Kindness unmasked: From food for seniors to toilet paper and masks, the business community is rising to the need

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Gov. Parson issues statewide "stay-at-home" order to curb spread of coronavirus

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Friday evening issued a statewide "stay-at-home" order, effective at 12:01 a.m. Monday, to "protect the public health and prevent further spread of COVID-19." The order will run from April 6 through 11:59 p.m. April 24, Pa.....»»

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Patti Payne"s Cool Pads: Waterview Dash Point manse is head-turner at $1.8M

A luxury craftsman-style manse in Federal Way’s Dash Point is on the market for $1.8 million. Windermere Brokers Karl Lindor and John Kritsonis have the listing. “This list price is in excess of $1 million below actual replacement cost of this rea.....»»

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Exclusive: S.F. proptech raises doubts about its future in state filing as financing falls through, layoffs underway

The San Francisco company is shedding almost half its staff......»»

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Sunset District"s Sloat Garden Center will close to make way for condos

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UCF to open drive-thru testing site on campus

The University of Central Florida will open a drive-thru testing center for the coronavirus next week. The on-campus site is a partnership between UCF and Aventus Biolabs, a testing lab owned and operated by Orlando-based Aventus Health. The universi.....»»

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How the Bay Area"s construction moratorium guidelines stack up against other parts of California

The Bay Area's moratorium on non-essential construction imposed by its recently expanded shelter-in-place orders is the strictest in California, and it's easy to see why when compared to other parts of the state......»»

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Virtual health provider to quadruple physician headcount, hire across the board after raising $43M

Seattle-based 98point6 is rapidly growing its virtual health care membership as it adds COVID-19 tools and people are urged to stay home......»»

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Paycheck Protection Program launched amid confusion, conflicting guidance

The Paycheck Protection Program is up and running. However, the rollout of the program is off to a chaotic start, with guidance to lenders changing by the hour......»»

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Dr. Raymond: Wisconsin must "work harder" to slow doubling rate of COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin is like a runaway train, said Medical College of Wisconsin president and chief executive officer Dr. John Raymond Sr. The goal is to minimize the damage. As of Friday afternoon, the state of Wisconsin had confirm.....»»

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