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Topic - Business_Finance
Every morning, the men of the oil field file out of their hotel and motel rooms in waves around the Greeley area, warming up their trucks and emptying parking lots.
The owner of an offshore drilling rig is waiting for weather off the Texas coast to improve to assess damage to the rig after it was struck by a large storm wave.
Around a dozen private lenders have contributed to a $26 million loan pool that will finance the rehabilitation of vacant rental properties in Chicago.
The Ascension Parish School Board approved a 3 percent pay raise for all school district employees, the first permanent raise since 2008.
Billionaire technology entrepreneur Larry Ellison's management company for Lanai has established a fund to provide financial assistance to the families of those killed or injured when a small plane crashed on the island in February.
An agency that coordinates municipal tax filing around Ohio has extended the deadline to file until Monday after what it calls "unprecedented demand."
A historic plantation near Williamsburg is going on the auction block.
Southwest Mississippi residents and businesses affected by severe weather and flooding that occurred on March 28-29 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Kentucky officials say annual unemployment rates rose last year for 57 of the state's 120 counties but dropped for 51 counties.
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is planning to outline what he's calling his "Massachusetts Business Plan" during a speech in Boston on Wednesday.
Members of Delaware's congressional delegation are joining in an annual celebration of the Delmarva region's poultry industry.
Maine Attorney General Janet Mills is warning Mainers of a phone scam where the caller claims to be from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles demanding payment.
The city of D'Iberville has issued $16.5 million in building permits since the beginning of the year, which Hank Rogers, community development director, says is four times the amount by April 15 last year.
The University of Maryland is proposing a $115 million luxury hotel and conference center next to campus.
A government survey says the average price of Maine heating oil has dropped 3 cents to $3.64 per gallon.