As one salamander species on the verge of local extinction loses ground to another, WVU researchers attempt to save both | State and region

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Two of West Virginia’s mountain-loving species of salamanders are struggling for resources and space as climate change threatens their habitats. Researchers at West Virginia University’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design have crept in to figure out how to preserve them both. Herpetologist Donald Brown, assistant professor of wildlife and fisheries resources...

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Best Interest Due Diligence Standard for Advisors # 51 | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

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The Ministry of Labor “Fiduciary Rule”, PTE 2020-02 (Part 16): Mitigation Strategies This series focuses on the new fiduciary “rule” of DOL. This article is the 16th in a sub-series dealing with specific compliance issues related to the rule. This article examines compliance with the rule’s mitigation requirements, with a particular focus on dealers...

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Mark: DC shoes Model: Lukoda OG Release date: Available now Price: To confirm Buy: DC shoes and some skate shops around the world What we say: DC Shoes got everyone to practice their kickflips down mommy and daddy’s aisle in the late 1990s and 2000s. Going back to the early days of the action...

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WVU researchers try to save two species of salamanders fighting for their territory |

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MORGANTOWN – As two local salamander species battle for resources, researchers at the University of West Virginia seek to save them both. Herpetologist Donald Brown, assistant professor of wildlife and fisheries resources research, explores the effects of climate change on the already threatened Mountain Salamander Cheat, already threatened by the federal government, and its...

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Commodity inflation could pinch sharply in FY22

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Soaring input costs are starting to squeeze profit margins, prompting companies in certain industries to take cautious price increases. However, the uncertainty of demand due to the brakes will make it difficult for some to rise in prices, analysts say. “While consumer durables, FMCGs and automotive original equipment manufacturers pass on much of their...

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Researchers document new species of African violet in Mizoram

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Researchers at the Indian Institute of Education and Scientific Research (IISER) in Bhopal have documented a new species of plant belonging to the African violets family – a popular horticultural choice in herbaria and greenhouses around the world – in Mizoram . The discovery was recently documented in the peer-reviewed journal Systematic Botany (published...

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Internal Note: McCann’s Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Describes June Celebration Extension

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Today marks one year since the police murder of George floyd. Ahead of this grim anniversary, McCann, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Singleton Beato sent an agency-wide email yesterday outlining plans for an extended observance of Juneteenth through McCann. In the memo, Beato recalled that she was already battling the impact of the...

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Ontario’s trees threatened by invasive species

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While the majority will say summer 2021 is welcome after a long winter, lengthened by the occasional lockdown, an extra layer, this season, however, is the return of the gypsy moth. An invasive species introduced to North America in 1860 by a French entomologist who had hoped to cross them with the silkworm, the...

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Algorithm for comparing cells between species

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Cells are the building blocks of life, present in every living organism. But how similar do you think your cells are to a mouse? A fish? A worm? Comparing cell types in different species across the tree of life can help biologists understand how cell types came about and how they adapted to the...

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Edmondson will lead the office of species conservation

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BOISE, ID – Governor Brad Little announced Monday that Mike Edmondson will take over as administrator of the Governor’s Office for Species Conservation (OSC). Click here to sign up for our free last minute alerts delivered to your inbox and mobile devices. You can also download our free Patch mobile app at Android or...

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IISER researchers discover new plant species in Mizoram

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Researchers at the Indian Institute of Education and Scientific Research (IISER) in Bhopal have discovered a new species of plant belonging to the African violet family in Mizoram. Along with other findings by the IISER Bhopal research team in recent years, this finding shows that the biodiversity of the northeastern regions of India is...

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Ancient microbial species never seen before in paleofeces

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Just in the last century, humans have progressed to live longer, and they’ve also gotten taller and fatter. While this physical evolution is clear to scientists, much less is known about the evolution of bacterial ecosystems in the human gut. To better understand microbial communities, an international team of researchers looked at DNA found...

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As inflation concerns persist, turn to commodities ETFs

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As financial markets start to worry about rising interest rates, investors can position themselves to soften the shock with commodities, including the Direxion Auspice Broad Commodity strategy. AND F (COM). “The prices of the building blocks of the economy have skyrocketed over the past year,” said one Wall Street Journal article Explain. “Oil, copper,...

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What are Homo sapiens? | Live Science

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Homo sapiens is a very intelligent species of primate that includes all living humans, often referred to as H. sapiens sapiens. There were formerly many species in the genus Homo, but all species and subspecies besides modern humans are now extinct. In 1758, Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus was the first person to give the...

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Independent report assesses data on species in England

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Biodiversity is the variety of all life on Earth and biodiversity data plays an important role in managing its conservation, informing us about the state of our natural resources, how we plan our land use and how we maintain resilient habitats and support our environmental goals. . Species data is at the heart of...

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New species of African violets discovered in Mizoram

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IISER Bhopal scientists found the plant in three locations near the Myanmar border (Subscribe to Science For All, our weekly newsletter, where we aim to cut science jargon and have fun. Click here.) An “African” flowering plant was scientifically recorded for the first time in India. Scientists from the Indian Institute of Education and...

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High commodity prices: metallurgical companies will benefit; automotive, consumer durables to suffer

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Global commodity prices have recently seen a massive surge, fueling fears of rising inflation. The price hike comes amid an increase in COVID cases and reduced economic activity. Domestic flat steel prices continued to increase for the eleventh consecutive month in May 2021. Domestic hot-rolled coil (HRC) prices increased 9% to an average of...

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Commodity prices have skyrocketed, but miners are not investing

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Despite a commodity boom boosting profits, miners are not throwing money into new projects, raising concerns about future shortages of some metals. So-called technological metals, such as cobalt, copper and lithium, are expected to experience particularly large deficits, analysts say, amid growing demand from manufacturers of batteries, electric cars and wind turbines. Supply constraints...

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Strongyloidiasis control programs in highly endemic areas: an economic analysis of the different approaches | Infectious diseases of poverty

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1. Krolewiecki AJ, Lammie P, Jacobson J, Gabrielli AF, Levecke B, Socias E, et al. A public health response against Strongyloides stercoralis: It’s time to take a full look at ground-borne helminths. PLoS Negl Too Say. 2013; 7 (5): e2165. Item Google Scholar 2. Buonfrate D, Bisanzio D, Giorli G, Odermatt P, Fürst T,...

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Why are commodities having such a spectacular year?

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With the global economy rebounding, growing demand for commodities has helped commodity-linked ETFs lead the charge this year. Among the top performing non-leveraged ETFs of 2021, the First Trust Natural Gas ETF (NYSEArca: FCG), which follows natural gas exploration and production companies, rose 61.5%; the iPath Series B Bloomberg Tin Subindex Total Return ETN...

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Controversy over flights to Belarus, China struggles with commodity prices, Phil Mickelson makes history

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Bloomberg Former high school classmates are among the world’s largest crypto holders (Bloomberg) – Kyle Davies and Su Zhu launched Three Arrows Capital at their apartment kitchen table in 2012. They are now among the largest cryptocurrency holders in the world with a portfolio worth billions dollars, at least for now. has been rocked...

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A closer look at raw material supercycles

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By Blu Putnam and Erik Norland IN ONE LOOKThe raw material supercycles of the 1970s and 1990s had major economic and monetary drivers, but it is not known if such a driver exists today.The Bloomberg and S & P-Goldman Sachs commodity indices rose sharply, although it could be years before a supercycle is completed,...

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Oceanside approves emergency measures to clean up homeless camps

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Oceanside City Council unanimously approved a motel emergency voucher program and anti-camping ordinance this week, both effective immediately and targeting the tent communities growing along South Boulevard Oceanside and elsewhere. The two actions are designed to work together, staff members said. If the city can provide the homeless with an available bed and support...

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Michael Lisby Jensen appointed new CEO of JAI

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I HAVE, a global camera maker, appoints Michael Lisby Jensen (pictured left) as new CEO. Jorgen Andersen (right) assumes the role of chairman of the board. The appointment of Michael Lisby Jensen marks a further step in JAI’s growth strategy, focused on the tremendous opportunities in the rapidly developing machine vision market and the...

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Ambulatory ASPs are worth the trip

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The quest for outpatient antimicrobial stewardship in the outpatient setting can begin with understanding 2 key documents: the CDC’s “Basics of Ambulatory Antimicrobial Stewardship” and the CDC’s “Antimicrobial Stewardship in Ambulatory Care” Standard. TJC.1 Both focus on 4 basic elements of stewardship: leadership commitment; action in policy and practice; education; and data analysis and...

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Supernatural Star Jensen Ackles’ Batman First Look

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Batman has had over a dozen animated films, adapting famous comic book stories into their own continuities and allowing various voice actors and celebrities to try their hand at portraying iconic DC characters. Following the recent release of Batman: Soul of the Dragon in January, another adaptation is underway: Batman: Along Halloween Part 1....

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Scanning the Personal Trainer | PYMNTS.com

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It goes like clockwork at the start of each year: Consumers who feel bad about the previous eight weeks of overeating and indolence repent and join a gym. Gym memberships peak nationally as the well-meaning resolution that this will be the year they get in shape. But despite everyone’s best intentions in January, by...

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OKTA exceeds average analyst target

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There are 15 different analyst targets contributing to this average for Okta Inc, but the average is just that – a mathematical average. There are analysts with below average goals, including one looking for a price of $ 120.00. And then on the other side of the spectrum, an analyst has a target as...

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OEF, CRM, IBM, CHTR: major exits detected at the ETF

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LLooking today at stocks going week to week among the universe of ETFs covered at ETF channel, the iShares S&P 100 ETF (Ticker: OEF) stands out, where we detected an exit of around $ 116.7 million, down 1.6% week-over-week (from 42 850,000 to 42,150,000). Among the major underlying components of OEF, in trade today,...

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A story of deception, million dollar misrepresentation

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It’s a vast, weed-choked real estate estate, larger than Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, and Las Cruces combined. The region, the rural counties of Valencia and Socorro, where thousands of land buyers have been swindled and taxpayers lost millions. Welcome to Ground Zero in one of the biggest land scams in New Mexico history. It’s not...

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[News Focus] Korean banking giants accelerate mergers and acquisitions in non-banking sectors

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The main South Korean banking groups are actively seeking mergers and acquisitions to develop their non-banking activities, with the aim of diversifying their income given the volatilities of the main banking sector. In the face of government efforts to lower lending rates, banks have focused on diversifying their portfolios, focusing on acquiring non-bank financial...

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KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to LendingPoint 2020-1 Asset Securitization Trust

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NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) assigns preliminary ratings to four categories of notes issued by LendingPoint 2020-1 Asset Securitization Trust (“LP 2020-1”), a consumer loan ABS transaction. This transaction represents the third securitization of LendingPoint LLC (“LendingPoint”, the “Servicer” or the “Company”) rated by KBRA of unsecured consumer installment loans...

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5 Money Concepts Students Should Know Before Graduating

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When I was in college, I felt like I was only spending money. Between school supplies and miscellaneous expenses, there was always enough to get my wallet out. I have never been satisfied with this reality. So I found creative ways to generate income. I have worked several times and have done internships in...

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Daimler partners with Waymo on autonomous semi-trailer trucks

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Waymo has a new partner. the Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) autonomous subsidiary has signed an agreement with Daimler‘s (OTC: DMLRY) heavy-duty truck unit, in which the two will work to create autonomous semi-trailers based on Daimler’s Freightliner Cascadia trucks and the Waymo Driver autonomous taxi system. Daimler Trucks and Buses is one of...

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Why Do Hard Times Teach Us Life’s Most Valuable Lesson?

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Hard times never come knocking on the door, it will always happen unexpectedly when you least expect it or when you are least prepared. Let’s face it! People face various situations in life such as getting divorced, losing a job, facing huge debts, dying in the family and many other overwhelming events that totally...

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Nancy Koehn reviews “Debtor Nation” by Louis Hyman

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In the first trimester In 2011, the average American household had $ 115,000 in mortgage, credit card and other debt, a huge amount, but lower (due to the recession) than in the third quarter of 2008, when the average family owed over $ 125,000 to financial institutions and other organizations. This huge ocean of...

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What Makes Morgan Stanley (MS) Stock a Must Buy Right Now?

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Seems wise to invest in the world’s largest investment bank Morgan stanley MS now. Despite a difficult operating environment and low interest rates, the company is well positioned for revenue growth. In addition, a strong balance sheet bodes well for the future. In addition, analysts are bullish on the title. Zacks’ consensus estimate for...

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KBRA Provides Preliminary Ratings to Prosper Marketplace Issuance Trust, Series 2018-2

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NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) assigns preliminary ratings to three categories of notes issued by Prosper Marketplace Lending Issuance Trust 2018-2 (“PMIT 2018-2”). This is a $ 500.5 million consumer loan ABS transaction. This transaction represents the tenth securitization secured by unsecured consumer loans issued through the online market lending...

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DoorDash’s 92% jump adds to boom year for Unicorn IPOs

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(Bloomberg) – Shares of unprofitable food delivery platform DoorDash Inc. jumped 92% on their trading debut on Wednesday, in the latest sign of investor exuberance in what has already been a year record for IPOs. DoorDash, which benefited from the pandemic-fueled boom in demand for meals brought to your door, saw its shares climb...

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Roblox to delay IPO as Afffirm weighs its timing

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(Bloomberg) – Roblox Corp. told its employees it would delay its initial public offering until next year as another IPO candidate, Affirm Holdings Inc., contemplates a similar move, according to people familiar with the matter. Affirm, an installment loan provider for online shoppers, had tried to go public this month, but his plans could...

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Sam’s Club and Synchrony Extend Collaboration on Strategic Credit Card Program with Multi-Year Agreement

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– The agreement builds on a 25-year collaboration with the credit card program – Extension to improve rewards and increase added value for members and small businesses – Two companies continue to connect digital and physical experiences with innovative payment technologies BENTONVILLE, Ark. And STAMFORD, Connecticut, October 19, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Sam’s...

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Opportunity’s candidacy for the banking charter meets resistance

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Several consumer groups are opposing Opportun Financial’s bid for a national banking charter, citing concerns about the company’s lending and debt collection practices. Many of these issues have come to light a ProPublica survey over the summer, which focused on the high proportion of collection lawsuits the online lender has filed in recent years...

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5 best mortgage lenders for bad credit of June 2021

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Although some lenders provide conventional loans to homebuyers with bad credit, you will often get more affordable financing if you get a low-quality mortgage insured by a government agency. These mortgages have not only relaxed credit requirements, but also require lower down payments than most conventional mortgages. There are three main options for government...

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Need money fast? 4 options for small business owners

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As you move your business forward, think about financing early and often accept challenges as they arise. Free preview of the book Smart Solopreneur This book gives you the essential guide to easy-to-follow tips and strategies to create more financial success. September 20, 2017 5 min read Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are...

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Are you afraid of your college debt?

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FILE – This April 2017 file photo provided by NerdWallet shows Brianna McGurran, columnist for the personal finance website NerdWallet.com. “Ask Brianna” is a question-and-answer column for 20-year-olds or anyone just starting out. (NerdWallet via AP, file) “Ask Brianna” is a NerdWallet column aimed at 20-year-olds or anyone just starting out. I’m here to...

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Best Movies on UK TV: January 3, 2021

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Fantastic Beasts and The Crimes of Grindelwald, Fault in Their Stars. Choose from heart-wrenching romance, fantastic beasts and dreamlike journeys like TopFilmTip brings you the best movies on TV on Sunday January 3, 2021. Some movies may require a Sky subscription. Decidedly, an average 80s kid becomes a shaggy boastful...

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eBay tests small business loans | Payments Source

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The information you need to start your day, from PaymentsSource and on the web: Capital idea eBay and LendingPoint have partnered to extend financing to U.S. sellers, an important service for fintechs looking to nurture relationships with small businesses affected by the pandemic. Both companies will provide digital access to installment loans and various...

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Lendmark Supports Signed California Consumer Protection Bill

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ATLANTA – (BUSINESS WIRE) – California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Law AB539, the Fair Access to Credit Act, in response to the growing epidemic of high-cost loans currently permitted under California Financing Law(1). According to the most recent Business Monitoring Department report, over 55% of consumer loans between $ 2,500 and $ 5,000 were...

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