NJ postal carrier admits ballot dumping

A Hudson County postal carrier admitted in federal court Thursday that it threw away 1,875 items of mail – including general election ballots and campaign flyers – instead of delivering them. Nicholas Beauchene, 26, of Kearny, was caught by special agents from the Inspector General’s Office of the US Postal …

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SL Green Realty: what you need to know

Although SL Green rents premises to tenants in many industries, it has a strong concentration in the financial services industry. This is a potential concern. If this sector needs less office space in the future, this could have a significant impact on the occupancy level and rental rates of SL …

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Zombie seizures increase 21% nationwide in Q2 2021

IRVINE, California, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ATTOM data solutions, curator of the nation’s leading real estate database, today released its report on vacant properties and zombie foreclosure for the second quarter of 2021, showing that 1.4 million (1,409,457) residential properties in United States are vacant this quarter, …

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Tropical storm Ana saves spring!

Tropical Storm Ana wasn’t one for the books. We hear that a lot these days, don’t we? One for the books (usually Instagram captions of homeschool victims who have never read a book). “Spring had sprung up here in the northeast over a month ago, but the spring swell was …

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SBA Export Assistance Can Boost Small Business Recovery

By Al Titone, District Manager of SBA New Jersey May 25, 2021 As small businesses strive to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, many may look to international trade to expand revenue opportunities. May is International Trade Month, which is the perfect opportunity for small business owners and entrepreneurs to regain …

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‘Beefy King’ and other bogus firms secured $ 7million in PPP loans from lender: report

Fake businesses raised $ 7 million in COVID-19 small business aid through online lender Kabbage, ProPublica find. Most of the bogus businesses were registered as farms, with names like “Deely Nuts” and “Beefy King”. Kabbage processed 378 loans to fraudulent companies through the Paycheck Protection Program, ProPublica reported. See more …

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Healing: 2021 CNBC Disruptor 50

Founders: Nick Desai, Dr Renee DuaCEO: Scott VertreesLaunched: 2014Headquarter: Los AngelesFunding: $ 200 millionEvaluation: N / AIndustry: Health carePrevious appearances on the Disruptor 50 roster: 1 (n ° 13 in 2020) Virtual doctor visits are likely to remain a popular option after the pandemic, as patients and doctors alike reap …

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Hotels and restaurants can’t revive a combination of $ 40 million antivirus coverage

Through Archive Email Jeannie O’Sullivan “href =” https://www.law360.com/hospitality/articles/1387788/# “> Jeannie O’Sullivan Law360 provides free access to its coronavirus coverage to ensure that all members of the legal community have accurate information in this time of uncertainty and change. Use the form below to subscribe to one of our weekly newsletters. …

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Concerns grow as foreclosure moratoriums approach date

An analysis by QuoteWizard, a LendingTree company, of U.S. landlords and tenants found that a growing number of people are increasingly concerned with keeping a roof over their heads as the dates of foreclosure moratoria rise. are approaching and unemployment levels remain volatile. According to Nick VinZant, senior research analyst …

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This Week’s Flemington Area Events

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Looking for things to do in the Flemington area? Your Flemington Patch Community Calendar is a great way to keep tabs on what’s happening near you and find local events that match your interests. Here’s a roundup of local events coming to the region this week. Tip: …

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Media company Lauman acquires Fox Sports Mexico

Bloomberg Powell Seeks Contributions As Fed Grows Interested In Digital Currencies (Bloomberg) – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has increased the volume of the digital US dollar debate, announcing that the central bank will release a research paper and solicit public comment as it considers one. publish one in the …

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FDIC seeks to quash valid state AG prosecution

Law360 (May 21, 2021, 9:44 p.m. EDT) – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has asked a California federal court to end a lawsuit alleging the agency violated its so-called state-of-the-art rule . chartered banks, arguing that state attorneys general at the origin of the litigation “fail to present a credible …

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Legislation seeks to prevent auto insurance companies from using occupancy and education to determine costs in New Jersey

The telegraph US CDC Investigates Reports of Heart Inflammation in Covid Vaccinated Youth Some teens and young adults who received Covid vaccines suffered from heart inflammation, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory group said, recommending further study of the rare disease. The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization …

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4-star OL Jacob Allen commits to Rutgers

The recruiting renaissance under head coach Greg Schiano continued on Thursday, as 4-star offensive lineman Jacob Allen announced his commitment to the program an hour before the Scarlet game kicked off. -White. The 6-foot-6, 270-pound tackle plays at the Hun School in Princeton. According to the 247 Sports composite ranking …

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Two Camden County Residents Charged with Conspiracy to Defraud Victims Over $ 1.4 Million in Coronavirus Anti-Fraud Program | USAO-NJ

CAMDEN, NJ – Two residents of Camden County, New Jersey have been charged with their role in fraudulently obtaining federal Paycheck Protection Program (P3P) loans and economic disaster loans ( EIDL) totaling $ 1.4 million, acting U.S. lawyer Rachael A. Honig announced today. Stephen Bennett, 45, of Berlin, New Jersey, …

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What is considered a temporary disability?

Much of the discussion about disability in the workplace revolves around the 61 million adults in the United States that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) classify as disabled. It is a significant portion of the population (about one in four Americans). And despite the fact that the …

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NJ targets Medicaid members in vaccination campaign

Credit: (Michael Mancuso, NJ.com)State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli has pushed for better access to COVID-19 vaccines for vulnerable and disadvantaged populations. State officials have taken proactive steps to support nearly 1.9 million New Jersey Medicaid members during the pandemic, including a recent initiative to expand COVID-19 vaccination that involves phone …

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Looking to the future: Bank executives say – with reservations – lending environment bounces back with post-pandemic reopenings

Between personal bank accounts filled with stimulus dollars and relief programs strengthening corporate balance sheets, loan growth has been lackluster for financial institutions over the past year. But bank executives say that could change – and sooner than expected. Banks are already posting record profits in the first quarter of …

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D&O market sees increased capacity

The management responsibility market faces significant challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, but will benefit from increased market entry capacity, a brokerage executive said. Even before the pandemic, the industry faced several challenges, including an increase in class actions and early hikes in premiums and retainers, said Christine Williams, CEO of …

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Here’s what you need to know

News 12 Employees May 4, 2021 at 7:39 a.m. EDT Updated:May 4, 2021 at 7:39 a.m. EDT Minor league opening day is scheduled today at several New Jersey baseball fields, including Lakewood and Trenton, after nearly two years since the last minor league baseball games in the state. A new …

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Pro-Trump Republican tries to outdo Cheney

Banks, an Afghanistan war veteran who has aligned himself closely with Trump, has raised his profile since taking the helm of the Conservative caucus earlier this year. And the 41-year-old media scholar makes it clear that he views his RSC’s communications workshop as superior to the official conference center led …

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Ascot, Sapiens and Goldberg Segalla

Ascot appoints claims director Marina barg Ascot, an international reinsurer and specialist insurer based in London, has appointed Marina S. Barg as North America’s chief claims officer. Barg will work with Ascot’s Ethos Specialty business units and leaders in Bermuda, London and the United States in a newly created role. …

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Path to Progress Update – New Jersey Business Magazine

Senate Speaker Stephen Sweeney discusses the Path to Progress initiative at a previous Meet the Decision Makers event hosted by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. Senate Speaker Stephen Sweeney discusses the achievements of the recommendations of the Financial Reform Initiative. May …

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CUSTIS: THE FOOD DESERT, A DISASTER OF MAN

CUSTIS: THE FOOD DESERT, A DISASTER OF MAN The new mayor must act immediately; Will use state program to attract full-service supermarket in first term (CAMDEN, NJ) – Mayoral candidate Elton Custis today declared the Camden food desert a man-made disaster, saying he will use the government’s new tax incentive …

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CAMICO records a gain on the insured surplus

SAN MATEO, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – CAMICO (www.camico.com), the largest CPA-owned and operated accountancy insurance and risk management program in the country, posted a total policyholder surplus of over 45 million for the year ended December 31, 2020, compared to $ 43.5 million posted for 2019. CAMICO’s policyholder retention …

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Launch of a seminar on small businesses

The coronavirus pandemic has shut down nearly a third of small businesses in New Jersey, according to estimates from the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and others. Today, as the pandemic subsides, the Burlington County Council of Commissioners is trying to help revitalize the county’s small business community. Commissioners, …

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COVID capacity restrictions will end in May

Most capacity limits on restaurants, stores, offices and many other sites will be lifted on May 19 in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut as part of a coordinated effort by the hardest-hit region of the world. United States to emerge from the pandemic, officials said. Monday. All limits on …

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Everest Re: Insurance® announces rebranding of its sports and entertainment business

WARREN, NEW JERSEY – May 3, 2021 – Everest Insurance® today announced that its sports, leisure and entertainment business, formerly known as Specialty Insurance Group (SIG®), was renamed EverSports & Entertainment Insuranceâ„ . EverSports & Entertainment Insuranceâ„  will continue to provide customers in the sports, recreation and entertainment industries with primary …

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Governor Murphy signs 7 NJ bills

NEW JERSEY – Governor Murphy has signed seven New Jersey bills, one of which addresses mental health issues amid the COVID pandemic (see list below). Murphy signed Law A3548 this week, which will require private insurers, the state health insurance plan, and the school employee health care program to put …

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