Day: September 9, 2020

Express, Inc. Announces Participation in CL King’s 18th Annual Best Ideas Conference

Fashion apparel retailer Express, Inc. (NYSE: EXPR) today announced that the Company will present at CL King’s 18th Annual Best Ideas Conference on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 10:15 a.m. Eastern Time. Chief Executive Officer Tim Baxter will participate in a fireside chat that will be webcast live and available for replay for 90 days at

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Express storefront at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo: Business Wire)

About Express, Inc.

Express is a modern, versatile, dual gender apparel and accessories brand that helps people get dressed for every day and any occasion. Launched in 1980 with the idea that style, quality and value should all be found in one place, Express has always been a brand of the now, offering some of the most important and enduring fashion trends. Express aims to Create Confidence & Inspire Self-Expression

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Global Sunscreen Cream Market 2020 Technological Strategies, Business Advancements and Top-Vendor Landscape by 2025

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Sep 09, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Sunscreen Cream Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 was developed to provide a detailed structured analysis of the market and extensive guidelines for the current market size, market share, trends, progressive growth, and the superior players of the market. The report divided into key segments of the global Sunscreen Cream market analysis each type, application, and including facts and figures to show each analysis. The report analyzes the effect of recent developments and trends on the future scope of the market for 2020 to 2025 time-period. It also focuses on top manufacturers, the driving force of the market, market risk, opportunities, and research results. The report identifies primary obstacles and new expansion strategies implemented by key players in the industry.

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Biden-Harris Tax Proposals: Section 199A Disparities

Watch Benjamin M. Willis, contributing editor with Tax Notes Federal, and Jed Bodger, vice president of taxation at the Sierra Nevada Corp., discuss their recent article examining how the Biden-Harris proposed corporate tax and long-term capital gains rates increases logically lead to eliminating all or part of section 199A passthrough deduction to mitigate tax rate disparities and choice of entity gamesmanship.

Here are a few highlights . . .

On the goals of section 199A

Jed Bodger: [Section 199A] creates disparity and different rate pools for different types of businesses. On a broad scale, section 199A is a tax deduction for passthrough entities like partnerships, [limited liability companies], and S corporations, and it is available for qualified trades and businesses.

What section 199A does is provide a 20 percent deduction for qualified business income, which reduces the overall effective rate for members or partners of these passthrough entities from

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Albert ’Al’ Collette cherished food, family, faith at Pueblo business – News – The Pueblo Chieftain

Food, like family and faith, was always dearest to the heart of Albert “Al” Collette.

In June 1973, Collette’s Catering was inadvertently launched when Collette and his wife JoAnna catered a niece’s wedding.

The response was so efficacious that five years later, Collette left his job at Alpha Beta to open the Northern Avenue staple that continues to proclaim his name and legacy.

On Aug. 25, Collette, the patriarch of a family business that he operated until the age of 75, died at the age of 83.

The importance of food, for both sustenance and enjoyment, was a life lesson Collette passed on to his family, noted Patrick Collette, who along with his sister, JoAnna Yarberry, runs the business.

“Growing up, we didn’t have much money and Dad worked three jobs,” said Patrick Collette. “Dad turned the entire backyard into a garden. He grew vegetables, raised chickens, goats and rabbits.

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Lowe’s e-commerce makeover came just in time for new home projects

  • According to Lowe’s CEO Marvin Ellison, the company has invested extensively in e-commerce since he took the helm in 2018.
  • That e-commerce overhaul — which saw the company prioritize its new store app and a shift to the cloud — couldn’t have happened at a better time.
  • The coronavirus pandemic has seen consumers rely heavily on online shopping, as many look to complete projects around their homes.
  • Ellison and Lowe’s CFO David Denton spoke Wednesday at the annual Goldman Sachs Global Retailing Virtual Conference.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Lowe’s’ long-awaited e-commerce revamp came at just the right time for the company to reap the rewards of the surge in home improvement spending during the coronavirus pandemic, according to CEO Marvin Ellison.

Upon taking the helm of the home-improvement retailer in 2018, Ellison said that he found the company lacked a “robust and dynamic e-commerce platform.” Since taking

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India’s Central Bank To Measure Digitization

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is moving forward with plans to publish an index showing the extent of digital payment adoption in the country, a top executive at the bank told an online conference hosted by a trade group Wednesday (Sept. 9), according to published reports.

“RBI is in the process of … constructing and periodically publishing a composite digital payment index (DPI) to capture the extent of digitization. The DPI could be the key to accurately measure the deepening and penetration of digital payments across the country,” T. Rabi Sankar, executive director of the bank, said in a U.S.-India Business Council webinar.

Sankar told the group digital payments in the country are expanding quickly, but said penetration remains low among populations that could especially benefit from using them, the financial news site Live Mint reported.

Earlier this year, the RBI said

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12 Ways to Celebrate Customer Service Week

Customer Service Week (October 5 – 9, 2020) is important to us here at Achievers. We’re an employee success platform, but we know that “Customer and employee satisfaction should be seen as two sides of the same coin.” Customer Service Week was designated by the U.S. Congress and it is celebrated in all 50 states. In the words of Bill Gessert, president of the International Customer Service Association, “This annual observance is your chance to launch an internal campaign designed to craft consistently excellent experiences for your employees. And if you do, it will be only a matter of time that those same employees craft consistently excellent experiences for your customers!”

What is Customer Service Week?

Above all, Customer Service Week is an opportunity to stop and think about the interconnected well-being of all the people who make up your business: the ones who use your product or service and

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The OT Mining Corporation (OTCPK:OTMN) Reports on Business Development Activities – Press Release

Rosemary Christensen, President of OT Mining, led an in-house team of geologists and mining engineers to Algeria to meet with Ministry officials and mining company executives!

Basin, Montana – September 9, 2020 – OT Mining (OTC Pink:OTMN) Management and Directors are pleased to announce that the O.T. Mining Corporation has signed two Memorandums of Understanding with two Algerian companies for the purpose of completing a NI 43-101 assessment of previously identified Wolframite deposits in Algeria.  Wolframite is highly valued as the main source of the metal Tungsten which is strong and dense.  Tungsten is the hardest metal available, very close to the hardness of diamond with a high melting temperature of 2,900 degrees Celsius.  Tungsten is used for electric filaments and armor-piercing ammunition, as well as hard tungsten carbide machine tools.  Demand for Tungsten is growing, and China is presently the world’s largest producer at 85% of global supply. 


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Global Vascular Closure Devices (VCDS) Market 2020 Technological Strategies, Business Advancements and Top-Vendor Landscape by 2025

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Sep 09, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) — has recently published a new report titled Global Vascular Closure Devices (VCDS) Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 provides a detailed overview of the global market in terms of market segmentation by application, product, capacity, technology, end-user, and by region. The report covers profound insights into updated market events and market trends. The report delivers an opportunity for companies to recognize the modern trends size, growth, share, segments, manufacturers, and technologies, future road map, and 2020-2025 forecast. Analysts have segmented and sub-segmented the market by product types, applications, regions, players, and dynamics to simplify the actual conditions of the industry. Additionally, the study meticulously unveils the market and contains substantial details about the projections with respect to the industry, forecast, sales graph, and growth

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Milwaukee King Drive Business Improvement District to expand its turf


Renovations to the Victory Over Violence Park are among the projects led by the King Drive Business Improvement District. (Photo: City of Milwaukee)

A group that promotes development in Milwaukee’s north side Harambee neighborhood would expand its turf under a proposal endorsed by city officials.

The Historic King Drive Business Improvement District is centered on that street between West McKinley Avenue and West Locust Street.

Its territory would expand to areas north and west of its existing boundary line under a proposal recommended Wednesday by the Common Council’s Community and Economic Development Committee.

That includes adding the Five Points area, where King Drive, West Keefe Avenue and North Port Washington Road converge, and the Haymarket area west of North Phillips Avenue and north of McKinley Avenue.

Business improvement districts are financed through annual assessments on non-residential properties within their neighborhoods.

Those funds finance such things as enhanced sidewalks and

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