Archive for the ‘Business’ Category

COVID real estate: Commercial property rebound depends on tech demand

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

The outlook for commercial real estate in Silicon Valley remains “hazy” for the moment due to ongoing economic setbacks and uncertainties that the coronavirus has unleashed, Colliers International reported Wednesday. One possible bright spot in the dark and forbidding economic landscape created by the coronavirus: a surge in venture capital funding for startups and a boom in initial public offerings by up-and-coming tech companies.

Columbus couple use setbacks from pandemic as motivators to start new snow removal business

Monday, February 15th, 2021

Dominique and Allyn Latham, from Columbus, are working together to make up for losses thanks to the pandemic, one sidewalk, driveway or parking lot at a time. They’ve been married for two years and the past few months have been tough for them. Just like the rest of the world, they’ve experienced many changes because of the pandemic.

Former Vikings RB Adrian Peterson owes $8.3 million to loan company

Saturday, January 16th, 2021

The former Vikings running back has been ordered to pay a Pennsylvania loan company $8.3 million, per ESPN.

Report: Adrian Peterson ordered to pay $8.3 million after defaulting on loan

Thursday, January 14th, 2021

Peterson reportedly had no one representing him in court.

Stocks and Markets Should Pull Back Soon

Monday, January 11th, 2021

The market's parabolic rise in the face of negative news tells us that we should all expect a correction soon.

Washington owner Dan Snyder accused of sending ‘intruders’ to harass advisor in ongoing legal battle

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020

John Moag, an advisor for WFT's limited partners, has accused Dan Snyder of sending two men to harass him in August.

West Virginia AG: tips for post-holiday returns

Saturday, December 26th, 2020

In a press release, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey provides tips on company’s return policies, so people can make the most out of any post-holiday returns. After receiving some great Christmas gifts, consumers may opt to return a few items and get something more suited to their taste,” said Attorney General Morrisey. However — and especially in this age of online shopping — it really does pay to learn a company’s return policies to save time and any potential headaches.

Supermarkets experience record November, with shoppers spending £10.9 billion

Tuesday, December 8th, 2020

Supermarkets had their busiest ever month in November when there was another lockdown, with shoppers spending a bumper £10.9 billion in stores and online. Market research firm Kantar said grocery sales surged as eating and drinking out was restricted by lockdown rules in England, and Brits started stocking up on Christmas food early.

Report: Travis Kelce, J.J. Watt, Dak Prescott score as Cholula Hot Sauce is sold

Tuesday, November 24th, 2020

J.J. Watt, Dak Prescott, and Travis Kelce are among the athletes to make big bucks off the sale of a hot sauce company

Report: WFT’s minority owners got $900 million offer from Clearlake Capital co-founders

Friday, November 20th, 2020

The Washington Post had more information on the increasingly messy sale of 40 percent of the team.