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Harmer talks to Concord Chamber
In an speech before an audience of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce on September 22, Republican Congressional candidate, David Harmer , called for a “hard freeze” on federal-government spending. Harmer said that 46 cents of every dollar spent by the United States is borrowed. Harmer said that such borrowing will present a hardship for future generations of Americans. On September 1, Harmer won the Republican primary for a vacant Congressional seat in California’s Tenth Congressional District. On November 3, Harmer will face California’s current Lieutenant Governor, John Garamendi, who won the ... market research, surveys and trends
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Show Him the Money - James Verini
homas J. Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has a well-developed talent for self-promotion. He makes a point of being the last person on any stage, and he leaves no detail to chance. The Chamber’s event staff is famously fastidious: one of Donohue’s parties involved corralling a Clydesdale horse into the Chamber’s lobby. Such grandiosity is of a piece with how Donohue treats his station. He travels in a chauffeured Lincoln and a leased jet, and his salary, $3.7 million last year, makes him the sixth highest paid lobbyist in the country. This requires funding, which Donohue ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
DownWithTyranny!: No, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce doesn't OWN the ...
"In 2009 the Chamber doled out somewhere in the area of $120 million on lobbying alone, five times what its nearest cohort, Exxon Mobil, spent. Much of that money went to an advertising and grassroots blitz attacking the congressional health care legislation, making the Chamber very likely the biggest spender in the debate." by Ken As I note periodically, I'm a sucker for "nuts 'n' bolts" stories -- the kind that give us a glimpse into the inner workings of our crazy world, focusing on the details that tell us who exactly is doing what and how they're doing it, often including how the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Barrington Chamber of Commerce golf results
BARRINGTON — The Greater Barrington Chamber of Commerce held its 17th annual golf tournament on June 4 at Nippo Lake Golf Club. The first gross winners with a score of 57 were the foursome of Keith Newton, Dan Barbin, John Freeman and Jere Calef. Second gross winners (57) were Ann Smith, Mark Veilleux, Joe Cimetti and Marc Gatcomb, and the third gross winners (58) were Earl Case, Terry Wood, Peter Gilbert and Dave Sheppard. The first Callaway winners (score of 55) were the group of Nikki Douglass, John Douglass, Eileen Douglass and Anthony Sillitta. Second (55) went to the team of Ted Fisher, Ken Goodall, Jeff Fister and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Business briefs from around Hernando
Different restaurants donate a portion of their proceeds to the education foundation on each day of the promotion. Diners need to mention "Eat Out for Education" when ordering. Next week's participant is County Line Cafe & Grille, 120 Commercial Way, Spring Hill, from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Contact Tracy Echols, director of development for the foundation, at (352) 277-3322. Who's news Lisa Cunningham has been promoted to aquatics director at the Hernando County Family YMCA , 1300 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill. Before joining the YMCA, Cunningham was a graduate assistant for the sports information ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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March, 2010 Newsletter - BUSINESS CONNECTION
As a member of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, you may submit items to this column. Fax the Chamber office at (925) 685-5623, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The Governor and Executive Council have recently confirmed Linda Gathright of Nashua, Louise Graham of Wolfeboro, and Gyme Hardy of Concord to the New Hampshire Commission on the Status of Women. Current Commissioners have been appointed to leadership roles with the Commission, they are: Janice Markey of Center Tuftonboro, as Chair, Stefany A. Shaheen of Portsmouth, as Vice Chair, Bonnie White of Hopkinton, as Secretary, and Marilyn Mahoney of Goffstown, as Treasurer. New Commissioners: Linda Gathright of Nashua currently serves as chair to the Southern NH Outreach for Black Unity (OBU), is a Trustee to the New Fellowship ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
NHTI, Concord's Community College - Commencement Frequently Asked ...
NHTI holds one Commencement ceremony in May of each year. Except for those programs which are regularly scheduled to end during the summer, students must achieve a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade point average (CGPA) in order to participate in the annual Commencement ceremony. Students who complete their degree program requirements during the summer semester at the end of the fall semester will be invited to participate in the subsequent May Commencement. Degrees are officially awarded on the following schedule: August following the summer term; December following the fall term; and May during Commencement. What are the ...
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Does buying local really help the community? | Ask MetaFilter
Buying local: Facts and fictions. Help me sort through the arguments about buying local as I get inundated with requests to do so this holiday season. Local businesses have launched an initiative to "buy local" and have started making claims such as "for every $100 spent at a locally-owned business, $45 goes back into the community and local tax base. For every $100 spent at a chain store, only $13 comes back." This seems a) outlandish and b) impossible to actually know. It's my understanding that money can't "stay" in a community any more than air can "stay" in a community. The products that many of these people are ...
Google Answers: Complete list of credit unions in the US
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