Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation Ensures Quality, Safe, Affordable Housing | Good for Santa Barbara

Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation Ensures Quality, Safe, Affordable Housing |  Good for Santa Barbara

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Startup Boot camp for Youth concludes in Colombo

Startup Boot camp for Youth concludes in Colombo

Intending to strengthen Sri Lankan start-ups and empower young entrepreneurs, SCCI (South Asian Private Sector Network) and the Federation of Sri Lankan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FCCISL) in association with the Foundation for Freedom Friedrich Naumann (FNF South Asia) co-organized the Startup Boot Camp for Sri Lanka Youth at Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo recently. The … Read more

Peloton competitor Tonal cuts 35% of jobs ahead of potential recession, IPO

Peloton competitor Tonal cuts 35% of jobs ahead of potential recession, IPO

Tonal fitness at home. Source: Tonal Tonal, the connected fitness equipment maker that counts tennis superstar Serena Williams and Amazon’s Alexa fund as backers, is cutting 35% of its workforce, affecting all levels of its business, it has learned. CNBC. The company employs about 750 people today, compared to just over 110 before the Covid-19 … Read more

in Ukraine, funeral for activist killed and mourned in war | business news

By JOHN LEICESTER Associated Press KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Poppies, the blood-red flowers that cover the battlefields of Europe’s two world wars, lie in mourning Saturday on the coffin of another dead soldier, this one killed in another European war, in Ukraine. The hundreds of mourners for 24-year-old Roman Ratushnyi included friends who had protested … Read more

Venezuela plans sale of shares of state companies | business news

By REGINA GARCIA CANO, Associated Press CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — In a break with its socialist model, the Venezuelan government plans to open up a number of state-owned companies in vital sectors to private investment as it seeks to address the need for capital for companies with very low investment. The few details about the … Read more

United States and Italy united in Ukraine, with slightly different tones | business news

By COLLEEN BARRY Associated Press MILAN (AP) — Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi is meeting this week with U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington as Europe faces another “whatever it takes” moment with Russia’s war in Ukraine in its eastern flank. Both Rome and Washington will emphasize their historic friendship and shared desire to help … Read more

Starbucks halts share buyback as Schultz turns to workers | business news

By MATT OTT, AP Business Writer SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Starbucks founder and new interim CEO Howard Schultz announced Monday that the coffee chain was suspending its share buyback program to “invest more profits in our people and Our shops”. The shift in strategy comes just three weeks after Starbucks announced that Schultz, who … Read more

Senate Republicans Push Bills to Help Small Businesses and Retail Investors

Senate Republicans Push Bills to Help Small Businesses and Retail Investors

Pat Toomey (R-PA) speaks during a news conference to introduce the Republican infrastructure plan, at the US Capitol in Washington on April 22, 2021. erin-scott | Reuters Senate Republicans on Monday unveiled a plan to accelerate commercial startups by encouraging young companies to trade on public markets, protecting retail investors and tailoring regulations for smaller … Read more

Asian stocks mostly up after upbeat end on Wall Street | business news

By ELAINE KURTENBACH, AP Business Writer BANGKOK (AP) — Stocks in Asia were mostly higher on Monday as gains carried over from a strong close last week on Wall Street. Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul advanced while Shanghai was closed for a holiday. Oil prices rose and US futures were almost unchanged. Analysts said a … Read more

Russian war could further increase car prices and shortages | business news

By TOM KRISHER and KELVIN CHAN, AP Business Writers DETROIT (AP) — BMW has halted production at two German factories. Mercedes is slowing down work at its assembly plants. Volkswagen, warning of production stops, is looking for alternative sources of spare parts. For more than a year, the global auto industry has grappled with a … Read more