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National Archives Go Underground

National Archives Go Underground

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The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), which oversees the management of all federal…

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Study Looks to Develop Treatment for COVID-19

Huntsville Hospital, HudsonAlpha and iRepertoire utilize local patients to study antibody response to the disease

Huntsville Hospital, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, and iRepertoire, Inc., a diagnostic technology company located on the HudsonAlpha campus, are studying local patients diagnosed with COVID-19 under a Huntsville Hospital IRC approved protocol to learn…

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This is how Greater New Orleans can benefit from Post-Coronavirus Economic change

The global economy is changing because of the coronavirus. In Greater New Orleans, if we act today, these changes can work to all of our benefit tomorrow.

For starters, there will be an opportunity for more well-paying manufacturing jobs in the region, as companies repatriate their supply chain. The…

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City Seeks Insight from Business Owners on Use of Sidewalks, Streets to Meet Physical Distancing Requirements

As Oakland small businesses adapt to current and anticipated Alameda County health orders, City of Oakland staff have heard from the business community and the Economic Recovery Advisory Council that businesses want a simple, streamlined process to use outdoor spaces to support safe reopening. In response, City staff are looking…

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WEDC approves tax credits for new Amazon facility in Oak Creek

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has approved awarding state income tax credits to support Amazon’s plans to build a 640,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Oak Creek—a project expected to create 1,500 jobs.

Amazon plans to build the $200 million facility in the Ryan Business…

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Development booming in New North Wisconsin through construction projects

More often than not, the sight of massive cranes at work and steel beams rising into the sky is a sign of economic development. In recent months, this has been particularly true within the 18-county region of Northeast Wisconsin known as the New North.

With a host of well…

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