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Tacoma-based Zeva flies saucer-shaped craft in milestone test

It's part of effort to supply an emerging market for quick point-to-point air travel, with “huge workforce opportunities” in the Puget Sound region, an analyst says......»»

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Baltimore TV anchor"s persistence lands him gig at "SportsCenter"

In the past decade, Max McGee went from a downward spiral to securing his dream job......»»

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Stan Silverman: The downfall of Theranos shows "you can’t fake it until you make it"

Following the guilty verdict of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, guest columnist Stan Silverman provides lessons for entrepreneur CEOs, investors and board members......»»

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100 East office tower in downtown Milwaukee to be sold to resolve foreclosure

The 35-story 100 East office tower in downtown Milwaukee will soon go on the market for sale under an agreement between its owner and lender to resolve an ongoing foreclosure lawsuit......»»

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Local execs to share outlook on 2022 economy

The Business Review, in partnership with TD Bank, will reveal the results of a research survey of local executives about their outlook for the 2022 economy. An in-depth panel discussion featuring local executives will follow......»»

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Pizza Guys eyeing Southern California markets for 2022 growth

Rancho Cordova-based Pizza Guys anticipates a big year in terms of expansion, as it expects to more than double the amount of new store openings this year as it saw in 2021......»»

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The Creators: Twin brothers eye expansion, multimillion-dollar goal for Main Line pasta sauce brand

With a focus on Greater Philadelphia small businesses and entrepreneurs, "The Creators" is a weekly feature presented by PHL Inno. Check back each Monday for a new profile on a local business. Have a story you think we should know about? Email associate editor Lisa Dukart at ldukart@bizjournals.com. For Bill and John Vesper, there were a lot of roadblocks on their way to launching a successful pasta sauce business. There were so many – from their limited handmade production capacity to the co-packer….....»»

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Firm tied to Tory Burch co-founder and Bryn Mawr native flips Miami mansion for $5.5M gain in 10 months

A firm led by J. Christopher Burch, a Bryn Mawr native and co-founder of the Tory Burch fashion label, flipped a waterfront mansion on the Venetian Islands in Miami for $11.5 million. King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based 9 Kings Capital LLC, managed by Burch, sold the 5,114-square-foot home at 1335 N. Venetian Way to the Venetian Personal Trust with BNY Mellon Trust as trustee. It’s not clear who owns the trust. Fabio Lopes and Felise Eber of Jills Zeder Group of Coldwell Banker listed the home,….....»»

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Startup to Watch: Entexs Corp.

As part of our Sacramento Inno coverage, the Business Journal for the first time compiled a list of Startups to Watch in the new year. These startups are poised to make big moves, either in growth, funding, technology or development. We're highlighting 13 startups, generally with fewer than 100 employees, about 5 years old or less and that have raised less than $50 million. The group includes a diverse mix of companies throughout the region. Startup to Watch: Entexs Corp. The rise of cannabis….....»»

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P&G"s soaring stock led to $138 million payday for top execs in 2021

Consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble's share price soared to record heights in 2021, leading to a large payday for the company's top executives......»»

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The week in bankruptcies: Chris" Collision Center Inc.

Sacramento area bankruptcy courts recorded one business filing — including zero with total debt above $1 million — during the week that ended Jan. 7. Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection typically provides for the liquidation of a business's assets to satisfy creditor claims, while Chapter 11 protection enables a business to restructure its creditor obligations with the goal to remain a going concern. Chris' Collision Center Inc. filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Dec. 31, in the….....»»

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Startup to Watch: EyeRate

As part of our Sacramento Inno coverage, the Business Journal for the first time compiled a list of Startups to Watch in the new year. These startups are poised to make big moves, either in growth, funding, technology or development. We're highlighting 13 startups, generally with fewer than 100 employees, about 5 years old or less and that have raised less than $50 million. The group includes a diverse mix of companies throughout the region. Startup to Watch: EyeRate The founders of business….....»»

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Fire, explosions reported at Hussey Copper in Leetsdale

Crews were called to Hussey Copper in Leetsdale early Sunday morning for reports of a fire that has been causing multiple explosions......»»

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Redevelopment of Sleep Train Arena likely to unfold this year

Final city approval of redeveloping the former Sleep Train Arena site in North Natomas could come in about a month, clearing the way for the long-awaited project to make major progress this year......»»

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Vail Resorts sees big early-season drop in visitors — but not revenue

Spotty snow and the Omicron variant left Vail Resorts (NYSE: MTN) ski hills dealing with greatly reduced early-season crowds in recent months. But the Broomfield industry giant’s focused effort on selling season passes kept its revenues largely flat over the same period. Vail Resorts officials reported Friday that year-to-date crowds through Jan. 2 — a period that includes the important end-of-year holiday season — fell 18.7% this year versus the same time in 2019-20, and even down 1.7% versus….....»»

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They paved paradise, put up a parking lot: Valley racing fans mourn closing of dirt tracks

The Arizona dirt track racing scene has a legacy seven decades old. The state’s first large race was held in 1951, when Manzanita Park featured an event on a one-quarter mile track. More than 3,900 fans watched Roe Mounts drive his 1933 Ford Coupe to victory. This rich history is at the risk of making a dangerously long pit stop as dirt tracks that were once popular family gatherings as well as stepping stones to NASCAR success are struggling to survive. “You drive by 35th Avenue and Broadway….....»»

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20-acre Germantown property with equestrian barn listed at $1.75 million: Open House

A unique Germantown property that includes a custom-built Mediterranean-style home and a 14-stall heated equestrian barn is on the market for $1.75 million. Get a look inside the 4,818-square-foot home, which has three bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 28 pairs of floor-to-ceiling French doors throughout the home, leading to panoramic views of the sprawling property......»»

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Dayton music venue seeks to enhance attendee accessibility

Levitt Pavilion Dayton is seeking funding for a $150,000 accessibility enhancement project which includes the addition of a new concessions stand, way-finding signage and more......»»

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Former Provence space resurrected by owner as Josie"s Table

When the pandemic forced change on many restaurants, the owner of Provence at Stuyvesant Plaza took it as a sign. The restaurant has now reopened with a new name and a new concept......»»

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Tacoma"s Stellar Industrial expands again with purchase of Nevada company

The acquisition, the eighth for Stellar Industrial Supply in the last 15 years, is necessary to compete in the big but fragmented market for industrial supplies, says the company's CEO......»»

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