The Business Journals
Gov. Andy Beshear issues new Covid-19 recommendations for Kentucky's 'red zone' counties
Today 17:45 EDT
The red zone is considered the 'critical' rating for counties that have 25 or more average daily cases per 100,000 residents.
Eastland proposal calls for $50 million in taxpayer funding, focus on MLS youth academy
Today 17:44 EDT
City and county government, Crosland Southeast and Tepper Sports & Entertainment are part of a public-private redevelopment proposal at the former Eastland Mall site outlined Monday. City Council is...
Department of Hawaiian Homelands to disburse $1M in grants
Today 17:07 EDT
Of the funds, DHHL has allocated $500,000 to support Covid-19 relief efforts within the Native Hawaiian community and $500,000 toward Regional Plan Priority projects on the homelands.
We've put together this handy guide of when employers have told the Business Journal or other local media the earliest dates they anticipate repopulating their offices.
The 2018 Slingshot SL boasts the team's logo emblazoned on the hood, custom seats featuring a matching gold detail, and Rudolph's "82" jersey number stitched into the headrests.
San Francisco unicorn Databricks eyes IPO timing
Today 16:42 EDT
The unified data analytics company anticipates surpassing its whopping $6.2 billion valuation when it rolls out its IPO.
Johnson County small businesses can start applying for $10,000 relief grants on Nov. 4
Today 15:58 EDT
Once the application period opens, the $10,000 grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The community offers walkability to numerous restaurants and bars in the Lone Star neighborhood, plus the River Walk and San Pedro Creek.
New clothing retailer coming to Avondale
Today 15:54 EDT
ActiveCampaign to almost double headcount to 1,000 by 2021
Today 15:51 EDT
After raising $100 million in January, Chicago marketing tech firm ActiveCampaign expects to nearly double its number of employees by the end of next year.
Public paychecks: Tennessee government's top-paid employees
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Fortune released its annual Best Small Workplaces and Best Medium Workplaces lists on Oct. 16, and five Houston-based companies made the cut.
Albuquerque opens applications for small businesses to share in pool of $10 million in Covid-19 relief money
Today 15:32 EDT
PHOTOS: Local restaurateur Rob Duckworth opens Huntersville location, talks future expansion
Today 15:30 EDT
Restaurateur Rob Duckworth says he always planned to scale his newest chef-driven concept. Link & Pin recently opened its second location. Find out what's next for the brand.
Buffalo attorney Marco Cercone and his wife, Kari Anne, said they had struck a deal to buy a home at 11 Kingfisher Court in Orchard Park only to later be told a higher offer had come in.
FedEx Ground this month opened a large package processing center near Kansas City with about 300 employees. The division now plans to nearly double that count in advance of the holiday season.
The Charlotte Triage program is getting national recognition for its efforts to recruit corporate lawyers for pro bono civil work.
Barbara Maida-Stolle has been with Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont, headquartered in Charlotte, since 2006, currently serving as chief operating officer.
Go inside The RealReal's new Chicago store on the Mag Mile
Today 15:04 EDT
The RealReal, a San Francisco-based company that sells consigned luxury goods, has opened a Chicago flagship store on the Magnificent Mile.
Atlanta digital forensics company Grayshift raises $47M Series A
Today 15:03 EDT
An Atlanta-based startup that provides law enforcement with the technology to hack into iPhone data has raised a $47 million Series A investment to expand its sales and products.