Retrospective: Week of October 5 to 12 | New

50 YEARS AGO – 1971 • Daniel Lynch, an economist from Plattsburgh State University College, predicts a “violent explosion of work” in a short period of time due to President Nixon’s announced continuation of the wage and price freeze. Lynch said a “contract is a contract” and those that were …

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Delphix India meets 100 employees in two years

BENGALURU, India, Oct 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Delphix, the industry’s leading data company for DevOps, today announced that it has passed the 100 employee mark in India, just two years after launching a cutting-edge R&D center in the RCN. The company continues to hire aggressively, even during the pandemic, …

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WFP Guatemala Country Profile, August 2021 – Guatemala

In numbers US $ 2,576,491 in cash transfers (January-August 2021) US $ 2.2 million over six months (September 2021-February 2022) net financing needs 247,041 people helped January-August 2021 Operational updates • As part of its emergency response, WFP continued the distribution of unconditional cash transfers (CBT) in 7 departments across …

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Domestic Violence Awareness in New Bedford

You will see a lot of purple in color over the next month in support of victims of domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the New Bedford Women’s Center is leading the charge in raising awareness and helping victims of this horrific crime. Women’s Center director Pamela …

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Arizona Unemployment Insurance Program Changes Coming

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Thousands of Arizonans have fallen victim to identity theft during the pandemic, resulting in delayed or denied payments and financial devastation. An expert claims that a simple modernization and security upgrade of Arizona’s decades-old unemployment insurance program could have avoided problems for victims and also saved …

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