The Business Journals
Op-Ed: Reconsider minimum wage hike for Hawaii
Today 15:41 EST
This opinion piece includes commentary from Debbie Faildo of Flexx Fitness Hawaii, who argues that the timing of a proposed increase to Hawaii's minimum wage is coming at a time when countless small...
Fenway mass vaccination site moves to Hynes Convention Center
Today 15:31 EST
CIC Health, the vendor running the Fenway Park site, will work with the state to open Hynes for vaccine appointments as early as March 18.
Owner pivots to keep The Mayobird in business
Today 15:30 EST
The Mayobird saw sales drop to 20% of pre-Covid levels over the last year. Now, owner Deedee Hagner is trying a new strategy to save the chicken salad concept.
The Webster Groves-based institution said two-thirds of its classes have no face-to-face interaction. On Thursday, it announced a timeframe for bringing more students back to campus.
Roughly 28% of tech jobs in Milwaukee are filled by women, while 22.8% of those jobs are filled by women in Madison.
Sonata Senior Living to add jobs as it starts construction on new Lake Mary community
Today 15:21 EST
Op-ed: How was your business impacted by the recent winter storm? County agency wants to connect businesses with resources
Today 15:11 EST
COVID-19 updates: The Potter's House to open as vaccination hub
Today 15:06 EST
City officials said they hope to administer about 1,000 shots per day. The vaccination hub will be open from Thursday to Saturday this week.
Pins Mechanical Co. now open at Easton Town Center
Today 15:02 EST
Mass General Brigham names next chief financial officer
Today 15:00 EST
Mass General Brigham announced that Niyum Gandhi will become the new chief financial officer come May 3.
Calling all local businesses: What to win a $100k marketing deal with the Grizzlies?
Today 14:50 EST
Now in its second year, the Grizz Biz Challenge will provide Memphis enterprises that earned between $2 million and $30 million in annual revenue the opportunity to pitch a three-year growth plan to a...
Snapdragon Chemistry expands in Waltham with chemical facility
Today 14:44 EST
The company will use the facility to manufacture ingredients that go into experimental medicines for clinical trials.
“I think that people are re-experiencing the fondness for backyard exploration,” CEO Joel Holland said. “I don’t think you put the cat back in the bag.”
Sprouts to buy back $300 million worth of stock
Today 14:33 EST
The move comes after Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market did not buy back any of its own shares in 2020, but spent nearly $176 million on buybacks in 2019.
Scaled-back bill targets port regulations
Today 14:33 EST
Most seaports in the state were removed Wednesday from legislation that seeks to block local governments from enacting rules on port operations, an issue stemming from a vote last year in Key West that...
City Attorney announces lawsuit against Recology
Today 14:21 EST
Dennis Herrera said the company unfairly overcharged ratepayers in San Francisco and expects the city's settlement with the trash and recycling collector to save $100 million in the form of direct...
Chicago small-business group lists ways city can cut red tape
Today 14:16 EST
The Small Business Advocacy Council of Chicago said cutting bureaucracy will be one way that small businesses can recover more quickly from the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Paint-your-own-pottery studio and cafe to open in Murrysville
Today 14:16 EST
New venture in Murrysville to combine the menu offerings of a traditional coffee shop and restaurant with a paint-your-own pottery business.
Nonprofit head with ties to Healthy Holly case sentenced to two years in federal prison
Today 14:11 EST
Roslyn Wedington's guilty plea was related to the Healthy Holly corruption scandal that also landed former Mayor Catherine Pugh in prison.
Deadline extended for Building SA 2021 nominations
Today 13:56 EST
There's still time to nominate a project that has helped San Antonio and the people behind those porjects.
Bloc Garten is run by 5.Life, the same company that operates Chambers: Purely Boulders in Grandview, Vertical Adventures and Training Center in Columbus and Climb Nittany in Pennsylvania.
AnswersNow co-founders plan to use a new capital raise to expand in-network services across the country.
More counties set to reopen businesses sooner as California loosens Covid-19 guidelines
Today 13:47 EST
Texas A&M engineering dean named sole finalist for president
Today 13:25 EST
“Where is there a dean in the U.S. who has accomplished what Dean Banks has accomplished?” said TAMU System Chancellor John Sharp. “If she can do for the university what she did for engineering,...
Entrepreneurial education center opening new coworking-focused location in North Richland Hills
Today 13:25 EST
The North Texas Entrepreneur Education & Training Center is expanding its mission of developing innovators in Tarrant County with a new coworking-focused space.