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New recycling center to open soon in Mobile

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – There will soon be a new place to go green in Mobile.

A new recycling center is opening in Mobile County in the next few weeks. 209 more words


More on why a statewide transportation funding plan is a 2015 legislative must-do

Yesterday’s release of the Washington Roundtable/Boston Consulting group transportation report could not have been better timed. That report found that a $7 billion infrastructure investment would yield $42 million in economic benefits. 215 more words


Nigerian Broadcast Operators to get N200b

To midwife digital broadcasting in Nigeria and ensure sustained quality service delivery, the government has pledged the sum of N200 billion ($1.25billion) to be disbursed as grants and loans for operators in the broadcast industry. 224 more words


Strike to knock down economy further– Economist

Ghana’s economy is set to take another bad hit when the strike by labour takes full effect, economist, Dr. Godfred Bokpin has warned.
“We don’t need faith to believe in the fact that the on-going strike will negatively impact the economy, it is real,” he said. 345 more words


CBN to Set Standards for Customer Service, Seeks Input from Consumers

In a bid to protect consumers of financial services in Nigeria and promote a sound financial system, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has commenced the process of developing an effective Consumer Protection Framework that will guarantee standards for customer service. 180 more words


How Do Commercial Banks, Community Banks & Public Banks Differ in Terms of Investments?

Large national banks invest their funds in the stock market on Wall Street, not Main Street. These commercial banks hold and manage funds for the vast majority of cities, counties, and states in the US and charge us fees for managing our taxpayer funds. 409 more words