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The firm, which offers an app-driven rental system, will roll out 125 scooters in the Park City this month.
AlwaysChecking, provided in partnership with Experian, is offered free exclusively to all personal checking account customers of the Bridgeport-based bank, as well as for those opening a new account.
To date, Woofgang & Co. has provided 8,000 hours of vocational training as well as 2,000 hours of customer service training to young people who have been diagnosed with a wide range of disabilities.
“The longer people are out of work, the more complacent they become,” WorkPlace President and CEO Joseph Carbone says. “They can start to lose contact with some of their basic skills and can get depressed.”
Book questioned why the federal government should bail out poorly managed state governments.
“You have to be so flexible, accommodating your customers and your employees,” says Don Droppo Jr., owner, president and CEO of Curtis Packaging in Sandy Hook. “This is unprecedented for all of us, and you can either run from it or you can see it as an opportunity.”
“It’s really difficult to gauge” how many businesses are going full-steam ahead, says a Bridgeport attorney. “We have a number of clients who have been planning for some time to begin bringing back their employees, and there are some who are waiting to see how things develop.”
The venue asked for PayPal donations to help cover outstanding debts.
The moves are the latest in the organization’s “Students First” plan to merge its community colleges into one accredited institution by 2023. The result, to be called Connecticut State Community College, still needs to be accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.
“Districts are working hard to find creative ways to celebrate the success of our seniors, as well as students who are transitioning from fifth and eighth grade,” offered State Department of Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona.
“Most credit unions do what every other bank does,” says President and CEO John Holt. “A lot of people didn’t realize that with the Paycheck Protection Program, unfortunately. But credit unions like to say we’re the first responders to a financial need.”
CIRI has worked with local and federal law enforcement agencies to ease immigrants' fears of dealing with the police.
The lights go on at 7:00 p.m. and shine until 1:00 a.m.