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Samsung will start manufacturing batteries for electric cars for the European market in Göd, northeast of Budapest, creating some 600 new jobs in a project worth HUF 100 billion, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said at a press conference Tuesday.

Amnesty International Hungary will launch its own information campaign in the lead-up to the October 2 referendum on EU quotas for accepting refugees. The goal of the campaign will be to provide voting citizens with information on the referendum and refugees, Amnesty told Hungarian news agency MTI today.

The upward trend in visitor numbers and revenue are driving growth, but officials say the industry’s impact on the economy can be even greater.

The government has designated the insolvent owner of the property at Ajtósi Dürer sor 19–21 a company of high strategic importance, clearing the way for the site and buildings to be taken over by the Capital Circus of Budapest, according to a report yesterday on City Park information site varosliget.info.

Two new types of vocational training schools, which will offer students both a technical path and an academic path, will open in Hungary as the semester begins next month, Economy Minister Mihály Varga said during a visit to Kecskemét today, according to state news agency MTI.

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Future Business Journal

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The Future Business Journal is a blind peer-reviewed journal that will be published bi-annually by Future University in Egypt. It is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.
The Future Business Journal (FBJ) publishes conceptual and empirical research papers spanning all the major research fields in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro Economics, Management Information Systems, and Finance. The Journal’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro-Economics Management Information System and Finance. The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance.

The Future Business Journal is a blind peer-reviewed journal that will be published bi-annually by Future University in Egypt. It is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.
The Future Business Journal (FBJ) publishes conceptual and empirical research papers spanning all the major research fields in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro Economics, Management Information Systems, and Finance. The Journal’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro-Economics Management Information System and Finance. The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance between the practical and the academic fields, recognizing the intricate relationships between many areas of business activities.





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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Rick Dearing, president of Dearing Compressor and Pump Co. hauls a large piece of brush across the parking lot of the dilapidated and shuttered Master’s Tuxedo building on Market Street. About 10 blocks northeast on East Laclede Avenue, Pete Asimakopolous and Kevin Freisen of First National Bank of Pennsylvania cram large branches [ ]

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Natural gas production from horizontal wells in Ohio’s Utica shale edged upward during the second quarter while oil output declined, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The Utica’s horizontal wells produced 334.2 billion cubic feet of natural gas during the three months ending June 30 compared to 329.5 billion cubic [ ]

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BOARDMAN, Ohio – Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and their surrogates are frequent visitors to the Mahoning Valley this presidential campaign, Paul Sracic noted Thursday, so how would their economic proposals affect its economy? Sracic, professor and chairman of the department of politics and international relations at Youngstown State University, offered some insights as the keynote [ ]

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley this week unveiled its new logo, which the organization says features connected elements that emphasize the interconnectedness of the community it serves. “Our new logo conveys the close relationships that unite those working for good across Mahoning and Trumbull counties,” said Shari Harrell, president of [ ]

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BOARDMAN, Ohio Earley and Sons Relocation this week launched its new mobile friendly website. Themoving and senior relocation company’s site, EarleyAndSonsRelocation.com, provides a greater user experience across all devices, said Dan Earley, who owns the company with his wife, Stefanie. “Our business has seen a growth in online activity, especially on a mobile device, [ ]

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LORDSTOWN, Ohio – Officers in labor unions at Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign appearance for Hillary Clinton said Thursday they’re ready to do their part to elect her president. A crowd of about 250 heard Biden speak at the United Auto Workers Local 1714 Hall, according to Tim O’Hara, Local 1112 vice president. That included [ ]

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The rig count in the Utica shale increased to 17 during the week ended Aug. 27, up three from the previous week, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. ODNR also reported that permit activity across the Utica is on the rise. The agency said that 12 permits were issued for [ ]

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The city’s Board of Control Thursday approved two purchase agreements with residents as part of the Near East Urban Renewal Plan. The board – which consists of Mayor John McNally, Finance Director David Bozanich, and Law Director Martin Hume – approved the city spending $25,000 and $1,000 in closing costs to purchase [ ]

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CHAMPION TOWNSHIP, Ohio – As part of the nursing curriculum, students and faculty at Kent State University at Trumbull will be using eight new hospital beds in the nursing lab. The beds were donated by Trumbull Memorial Hospital. “We are truly appreciative of Trumbull Memorial Hospital’s generous support,” said Kathy Dwinnells, Kent State Trumbull’s nursing [ ]

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LORDSTOWN, Ohio – Vice President Joe Biden returned the Mahoning Valley today – four years and one day since his last campaign stop here – and made the importance of organized labor and the auto industry the thrust of his message. No surprise given that he spoke at a union hall here or that Labor [ ]

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Denver Business Journal warns some renewal notices aren – t legit – The Denver

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Denver Business Journal warns some renewal notices aren t legit

The Denver Business Journal has alerted subscribers that they have no connection with United Publishers Network, a company sending out renewal notices for subscriptions that have not expired.

They are not authorized to offer our subscriptions. If you received one of these notices or phone calls, we suggest you ignore it, a message left on subscribers phones said Monday morning.

United Publishers Network is accused of improperly soliciting subscription renewals for magazines and newspapers, including the Denver Business Journal and other publications in the Charlotte, N.C.- based American City Business Journals newspaper chain.

ACBJ is attempting to determine how United Publishers Network obtained its subscriber list.

American City Business Journals parent company has our in-house counsel doing the due diligence right now to figure out exactly what we need to do to get these guys to stop, Denver Business Journal publisher Pete Casillas said, adding that UPN s solicitation is more or less a scam. In the meantime, our position has been to inform our subscribers that these folks are out there and to disregard their notes.

We do know that no credit-card information has been compromised, he said.

In the past three years, the Better Business Bureau has received 875 complaints against United Publishers Network, including 153 problems with the product/service and 371 billing/collection issues.

Carol Garton, vice president of marketing for the Better Business Bureau Denver/Boulder, said that United Publishers Network has an F rating from the BBB.

Consumers allege they receive bills from this company for magazines they currently have subscriptions for, implying it is time for renewal, Garton said. However, consumers claim the subscriptions are not expired, nor did they originally order through this company.

She said consumers alleged that United Publishers Network s renewal advertisement states it has the lowest renewal fee, but subscribers find that renewing directly through the publisher costs less. They also claim that the company charges a $20 processing fee to cancel renewals.

Garton said people who are solicited by phone or letter should always call the Business Journal they are working with and check to see what they received is an actual bill.

The Denver Business Journal said legitimate renewal notices and subscription offers will always display an official logo and ask that payments be sent to the company s service center in Charlotte. People with questions about their subscriptions can call 866-853-3661.

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In the media: Laura Roberts, CEO Pantheon Enterprises and Austin Business Journal #free #business

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In the media: Laura Roberts, CEO Pantheon Enterprises and Austin Business Journal

Austin Business Journal “Face 2 Face” speaker series with Laura Roberts, CEO, Pantheon Enterprises

Chad Swiatecki
Staff Writer Austin Business Journal

To become the successful CEO of a forward-thinking chemical company, Laura Roberts had to go from grade school to the school of hard knocks.

During the Austin Business Journal’s monthly Face 2 Face series event Tuesday at Whole Foods Market Inc. s Austin headquarters, Roberts talked about the journey from teaching, which had been her lifelong passion, to leading Phoenix-based Pantheon Enterprises. The company, which has about 50 employees and customers such as Vista Outdoor, is innovating in the world of manufacturing chemicals by creating new formulas that have no negative impact on health or the environment.

Roberts became involved in the business world by helping to manager her father’s small but unprofitable cleaning chemicals business after his death, learning that she’d have to turn the company in a new direction for it to survive. Concern over the negative effects of many industrial chemicals, and concern over the world her children would inherit, caused her to take a green approach to the business.

“When I was younger I was a tree hugger and I had a Kill Corporate America T-shirt,” she said. “But a big shift happened when I realized how much good we could do. The real bulk of the work is figuring out how you get people to change.”

Launching a whole new company wound up being the best strategy for making Roberts’ newfound passion a reality, but it wasn’t easy. She said she was denied by potential investors 300 times before she found one that believed in her vision.

“Only take money from shareholders who are purpose-aligned with you,” she said of turning down term sheets from venture capitalists who wanted almost immediate liquidity. “Not having that can kill the deal, or you later have to sell to get out from under them.”

Holding tight to her vision and belief that industrial companies can operate in an environmentally friendly way led Forbes magazine to call Roberts “The Toxic Avenger” in a company profile. She has embraced that characterization because it helped bring attention to the cause that Pantheon is trying to further.

“You’re in business to maximize shareholder value, but we’re trying to raise the discourse,” she said. “If you’re building profits on the backs of the general population then you’re not really approaching it right. The more transparent you are, the more your shareholders love you.”





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Crossroads in the Boston Business Journal – Giving Kids the Tools to Succeed #best

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Crossroads in the Boston Business Journal – Giving Kids the Tools to Succeed

On Friday, April 24, the Boston Business Journal featured some thoughts from Crossroads President Deb Samuels about what young people truly need to succeed. Thank you to the BBJ for helping us spread the word and ensure all young people have what they need to succeed and thrive.

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A recent story on NPR s This American Life described the disparities that often derail the dreams of students from underserved communities. As reported, exposure to new places, ideas and experiences can often inspire low-income kids to think of secondary education as an opportunity within their grasp. But it takes much more than standard campus tours to help these students get to and flourish at college.

The ability to perform in an academically rigorous environment, while important, does not guarantee success. To help get and keep students with limited resources on the college track requires communication, social and critical thinking skills. Engaged, motivated students feel connected. These kids must believe that they belong at college, that they deserve to be there, and that they possess the tools to thrive, not just survive.

In order to succeed at college, at-risk kids, who may have faced homelessness, financial instability, physical abuse or emotional upheaval in their young lives, must experience trusting relationships with both peers and adults outside of their families. Here in Massachusetts, there are a number of agencies that help guide, motivate and encourage at-risk urban youth to pursue a college degree. My organization, Crossroads for Kids, and those we partner with such as Bottom Line and uAspire, offer a wide range of essential services, from tutoring and leadership development to help managing looming deadlines and navigating mountains of paperwork including applications and financial aid forms which can be overwhelming, especially for the uninitiated. We simply help demystify the often complex selection and admissions process for first generation college students and their families. With much needed support and exposure to the world of possibilities within and beyond their communities, kids get the encouragement they need, one-on-one and in small group settings, that can help level the playing field.

Deb Samuels is executive director for Crossroads for Kids.





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Future Business Journal

Future Business Journal

Production and Hosting by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, Future University.

Peer Review under the responsibility of Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, Future University

The Future Business Journal is a blind peer-reviewed journal that will be published bi-annually by Future University in Egypt. It is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.
The Future Business Journal (FBJ) publishes conceptual and empirical research papers spanning all the major research fields in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro Economics, Management Information Systems, and Finance. The Journal’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro-Economics Management Information System and Finance. The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance.

The Future Business Journal is a blind peer-reviewed journal that will be published bi-annually by Future University in Egypt. It is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.
The Future Business Journal (FBJ) publishes conceptual and empirical research papers spanning all the major research fields in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro Economics, Management Information Systems, and Finance. The Journal’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in Management, Marketing, Accounting, Micro-Economics Management Information System and Finance. The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers. Future Business Journal fills a unique niche among business publications of its type by publishing articles that strike a balance between the practical and the academic fields, recognizing the intricate relationships between many areas of business activities.





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Inflow Honored by Denver Business Journal – s Small Business Awards #how #to #finance

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Inflow Honored by Denver Business Journal s Small Business Awards

Inflow was honored by the Denver Business Journal as part of the inaugural Small Business Awards on April 19, 2016. This award sought out to recognize small businesses that have excelled. The awards were broken down into tiers according to the number of employees a given company reports.

Inflow placed fifth in the employee tier category of 21-29 employees.

Inflow has been dedicated to healthy and sustainable growth as a company, while creating a culture and work environment where all employees want to be starting with Mike Belasco, the President and CEO .

This dedication on the part of Inflow has allowed for employees to grow in their roles, expanding their knowledge bases and passing that value along to clients.

Photo courtesy of Denver Business Journal / Photographer Kathleen Lavine

Belasco, always quick to show appreciation to his team, said, Each of you is responsible for a piece of this and together we can accomplish great things!

This is the sixth consecutive year Inflow has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal for continued growth and success.

Denver Business Journal is one of Colorado s premier and long-standing news sources reporting on the Colorado business and economic sectors. The publication recognizes outstanding businesses and business leaders in different ways via awards and special lists. To learn more about DBJ, visit their homepage.

About Sara Downey Robinson

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