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Daily Archives: April 6, 2019

Shifting focus, Mystic tech services company continues growth

Mystic — When Sekhar Naik came from Greensboro, N.C., to southeastern Connecticut in 1999 for a three-month project at Pfizer, he didn’t foresee that he would still be in the region 20 years later. When he moved from India to the United States two years prior to get his Master of Business Administration degree at the University of Delaware, he didn’t foresee that ...

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Loveland Business Briefs published April 7, 2019

Gateway Family Chiropractic to celebrate new location April 25 Gateway Family Chiropractic will celebrate its move to a new location with a grand-opening celebration April 25. The clinic, owned and operated by twin brothers and chiropractors Michael and David Hughes, moved from 25th Street to its new location at 3850 N. Grant Ave., Suite 100, in the Loveland Medical Plaza. ...

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Key Words: Auto makers and tech giants clawing for the final screen frontier: the dashboard

Auto makers and Silicon Valley are locked in a fight to conquer the last bastion of screens, a frontier worth billions: car dashboards. Dashboard display, and its revenue-generating ads and services, will compete for driver attention as much as phones do now. For instance, on future screens, local restaurants, doctors’ offices and other services could target ads based on typical ...

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Bitcoin has a bull breakthrough reaching over $5,200 today

Bullish trend for bitcoin predicted Thomas Lee, co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors claimed that bitcoin (BTC) was back in a bullish trend in a recent interview with Bloomberg. Lee pointed out that bitcoin critics had declared the cryptocurrency dead since it had lost 90 percent of its value. Actually huge swings have happened before. Leek notes that bitcoin has now ...

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Tauranga student to head to Vietnam for business challenge

One lucky Otumoetai College student will be heading to Vietnam this month for a business trip of a lifetime. Tauranga student Louise Bremner was chosen to take part in a week-long business challenge opportunity with 11 other students from around the country. The trip, put on by the Young Enterprise Scheme and Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence, aimed to ...

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Outside the Box: The 10 commandments of retirement

We’re faced with a host of thorny retirement issues: Keep Social Security solvent. Make Medicare affordable. Many Americans aren’t saving enough. They want to retire earlier than they can reasonably afford. They’re effectively financially illiterate. But in the end, you don’t need to worry about all Americans. Instead, what you need to worry about is you. Want a comfortable retirement? ...

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