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Daily Archives: April 14, 2019

Vital Healthcare refuses to answer questions on fees

Both Vital Healthcare Property Trust’s trustee and its manager have refused to answer questions about what authority the manager had to charge Vital for various fees. The fees the manager, owned by Canada-based NorthWest Healthcare Property Real Estate Investment Trust, charged Vital in the … Healthcare Industry News

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Rigid laws, red tape inhibiting tech growth

By FAUSTINE NGILAMore by this Author Despite Kenya’s unmatched innovation potential in Africa, it has been held back by numerous snags that ensure it’s prowess does not match global technology centres such as San Jose, Beijing, Berlin, Tel Aviv and Boston. It is a tough life being an innovator … Technology News

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Make $10K in 2 Years by Investing in These Undervalued Gold Stocks

Make $ 10K in 2 Years by Investing in These Undervalued Gold Stocks When a recession starts looming over Canadians, investors become terrified. When should they get out of the markets? Should they? How long could it last? Are there other areas where I should be investing to protect me from a recession? While I don’t have all the answers, ...

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ST Engineering unit gets US government go-ahead to buy engine parts maker

Sun, Apr 14, 2019 – 7:38 PM MAINBOARD-LISTED Singapore Technologies Engineering has been allowed to buy a maker of critical aeroplane engine parts from the United States’ General Electric, it disclosed on Sunday. Its US subsidiary Vision Technologies Aerospace Incorporated obtained clearance from a US government committee to buy Maryland-based engine nacelle systems manufacturer MRA Systems, ST Engineering said. Now, as long ...

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Business counselors offer help to those impacted by Durham explosion

Durham, N.C. — Following the fatal gas explosion that rocked downtown Durham Wednesday, the community of small business support providers are assisting local businesses and employees affected by the event. Business counselors will be available Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to talk to business owners and employees affected by the explosion. NCWorks Career Center staff will be available to provide ...

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Rigid laws, red tape inhibiting tech growth

[unable to retrieve full-text content] … information and communication technology sector responsible for prodding tech growth that were … birthed by the science, Technology and … Agency (Kenia), Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation (Nacosti) and National …… Technology News

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Ont. town first in Canada to accept Bitcoin for property tax

Residents of Innisfil, Ont. can now pay their tax using cryptocurrency, in a move that’s made the town the first municipality in the country that accepts Bitcoin. The town entered a one-year pilot project this month, partnering with Coinberry Pay, a Toronto based crypto currency company to process bitcoin payments for property taxes. While a quiet lakeshore town of about ...

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