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Global General Hole Saw Market Overview, Key Developments and New Business Strategies | Dewalt, Milwaukee Tool, Bosch

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Sep 21, 2020 (WiredRelease via Comtex) —
The latest research report provides a complete assessment of the Global General Hole Saw market for the forecast year 2020-2029, which is beneficial for companies regardless of their size and revenue. This Survey report covering the major market insights and industry approach towards COVID-19 in the upcoming years 2020-2029.  The General Hole Saw Market Report presents data and information on the development of the investment structure, technological improvements, market trends and developments, capabilities, and comprehensive information on the key players of the General Hole Saw Market. The market strategies undertaken, with respect to the current and future scenario of the industry, have also been listed in the study.

The report begins with a brief presentation and overview of the General Hole Saw market, about the current market landscape, market trends,

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Facebook Offers New Tool to Wrangle Business Accounts

Handling accounts across Facebook, Instagram and Messenger often required bouncing between different tools and interfaces. On Wednesday, the social media giant took aim at this irritation, offering new interfaces to unify account management across these platforms.

Available via mobile app or desktop web browser, the new Facebook Business Suite gives business accountholders a launching pad to post and schedule content on Facebook and Instagram, even simultaneously, as well as view metrics and insights on what’s working and what’s not, check notifications, read and respond to comments and other activity.

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The suite also allow the ability to create advertisements or boost a post, though the company added that it’s not intended to replace its existing Ads Manager tool. Retailers may also want to note the personalized saved replies feature, which could come in handy for quick response to common customer questions.

Facebook plans to roll out Business Suite

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SBI MF expert explains which investment tool is better for child education planning

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Mutual Funds vs FD: When it comes to investment post-marriage, child investment plan is the most common tool that comes to one’s mind. However, if we go by the experts’ views, while investing, one needs to look at the returns and the rate of inflation. If the returns are higher than inflation, then only one will be able to meet one’s investment goal. Same rule needs to be applied while investing in child education planning. Generally, people invest in traditional insurance or bank fixed deposit (FD) for child education. However, the way FD returns have gone down in recent years, it become important to know for an investor which type of investment tool to choose, traditional tool or equity mutual funds?

Speaking on the calculations involved while choosing an investment tool for child education planning DP Singh, Chief Business Officer at SBI Mutual Fund said,

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CTA expands tool to let passengers know when buses and trains get too crowded

CTA passengers can now see how crowded trains are before boarding to allow for social distancing measures recommended to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.

a group of people standing in front of a building: CTA "L" riders wait for a train at the State/Lake station in downtown Chicago, July 14, 2020.

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CTA “L” riders wait for a train at the State/Lake station in downtown Chicago, July 14, 2020.

The agency said Thursday it has added rail information to its online ridership dashboard, introduced in June for bus routes to allow passengers to avoid crowded buses.

The CTA has seen a slight uptick in passengers on trains and buses since the state entered phase four of Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s five-phase reopening plan in June, spokeswoman Catherine Hosinski said Thursday. Still, ridership has been down by about 70% since the start of the pandemic, she said.

The rail dashboard provides a range for the average number of seats filled at each station, with an icon depicting three people to show

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Maryland offering business intelligence tool to small business owners | Business

ANNAPOLIS — The State of Maryland’s Procurement Forecast for Fiscal Year 2021 is now available on the Governor’s Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs website.

The database provides insights on projected opportunities that are expected to be advertised or awarded through June 30, 2021.

“This is a powerful business intelligence tool for small, minority, women, and veteran business owners,” said Jimmy Rhee, Special Secretary of the Governor’s Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs.

“It provides insight on what is likely to be coming down the pipeline, yet many entrepreneurs don’t even know it exists.”

The forecast identifies both new and recurring purchases of $100,000 or greater on projected opportunities in the current fiscal year. This includes task orders issued under master contracts.

As an added feature and since small businesses are often seeking contracting opportunities below the mandated $100,000 threshold, many state agencies also included information

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Nashville eyes sidewalk dining as a tool to keep restaurants afloat

As Nashville’s hospitality and food service industry fights to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, the city is eyeing a potential lifeline from the pages of the European restaurant playbook: al fresco dining.

Metro Council is considering legislation for final approval on Sept. 15 that could give way for Nashville restaurants to temporarily allow sidewalk cafe dining. It’s aimed at giving restaurants an avenue to expand their outdoor seating while still complying with capacity limitations imposed by the city.

While Metro’s existing sidewalk cafe permit program predates the pandemic, it’s only been an option offered to businesses downtown. If approved, the ordinance would extend the choice throughout the the county, and also allow businesses to utilize some of their private parking spots — not including Accessible Parking Spaces — for additional seating.

“This was a result of the conversations I had with small business owners in the East Nashville community

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Birmingham Business Alliance launches online recruiting tool

The Birmingham Business Alliance has launched an online talent recruiting and retention tool.

Organizers say OnBoard Birmingham is geared to out-of-market talent, talent managers, recruiters, human resources leaders, and colleges and universities across the state. It aims to not only attract and retain talent, but also promote the benefits of living and working in Birmingham.

“In working with human resources executives and recruiters across the region, we hear all the time that companies need a tool to sell the benefits of living in Birmingham,” Karla Khodanian, the BBA’s manager of talent and higher education partnerships, said. “OnBoard Birmingham is that tool. This will provide a consistent message about Birmingham and the opportunities here, while highlighting our greatest asset – our people.”

Shipt and Regions Bank offered support for OnBoard Birmingham and will be its first Featured Employers, with company profiles and an opportunity for enhanced job listings. That feature is

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