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[ad_1] Editor’s note: This article was published in the Record-Eagle’s Economic Outlook 2021 section. For more stories, click here to read the section in its entirety online. Whitmer Over the last 18 months, we have faced unprecedented challenges. We lived through a once-in-a-century year. Now we are poised for a once-in-a-generation comeback. Together, we will
[ad_1] <!– SHOW ARTICLE –> Area lawmakers updated business leaders on legislation and state and local issues of concern during the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce breakfast Friday. Among the legislators speaking to the audience gathered at the Williamsport Country Club was state Rep. Joe Hamm, R-Hepburn Township, who expressed concern about spending in Harrisburg. Also
[ad_1] BALTIMORE, MD (October 26, 2021) — The Maryland Department of Commerce has launched the Maryland Innovation Investment Tax Credit, which will help foster the growth of the state’s technology sectors by incentivizing investment in early-stage companies. The program, which has $2 million in funding for FY 2022, will also help increase overall investments in
[ad_1] IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its third-quarter 2021 U.S. Home Affordability Report, showing that median-priced single-family homes are less affordable in the third quarter compared to historical averages in 75 percent of counties across the nation with enough data to analyze. That is
[ad_1] “Biden’s Stock Market Returns Continue to Trounce Trump’s” reads a recent Forbes headline. Sophisticated investors know this, but most of the public may not because Democrats have this self-defeating aversion to boasting about bull markets during their watch. That seems to have changed under President Joe Biden. Recall how former President Donald Trump tied