Raven Compact Document Scanner Review

We all know there’s no such thing as the paperless office, but there’s plenty of paper in the outside world as well. That’s why the crowded category of document scanners includes so many portable models like the $198.85 Raven Compact Document Scanner seen here. The Raven Compact is a well-equipped, accurate device for use at … Read more

How to Make Smart Use of Local Partnerships

It’s true that teamwork makes the dream work. That’s why Jon Kozesky, founder of the Cleveland consulting firm Jon Thomas Consulting and executive director of the Brecksville, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce, finds ways to connect the small businesses in his community. “Your company might be small,” he says. “But if we all band together, we … Read more

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Biden will be at United Performance Metals on Symmes Road in the mid-afternoon. The purpose of his visit is to meet with manufacturing leaders. He will also give a speech while at UPM, the White House said. READ THE FULL STORY Shaq’s Big Chicken now set to open 3 locations in the region, including West … Read more

Apple stops accepting payments using credit cards issued by Indian banks

Apple has stopped accepting payments for subscriptions and app purchases using credit cards issued by Indian banks. The US company will also not accept payments for ad campaigns on Apple Search using such cards from June 1. The change has come as a result of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) last year barring auto-debit: a … Read more

Changes from Tiburon policing incident provide positive possibilities – Marin Independent Journal

It appears that Tiburon taxpayers struck a fair agreement with the owners of a Main Street boutique who had a racially charged run-in with town police officers in August 2020. The late-night standoff fed the nationwide outcry following the police murder of George Floyd and served as a reminder that racial profiling by police is … Read more

Providence Man Sentensed in Wide-Ranging Bank Fraud and COVID Small Business Loan Schemes | USAO-RI

PROVIDENCE, RI – A Providence resident was destined today to five years in federal prison for using the stolen personal identifying information (PII) of unsuspecting individuals to defraud banks and retailers, and for fraudulently seeking more than $3.3 million dollars in small business loans earmarked for Impacted by the pandemic, businesses announced United States Attorney … Read more

Looking for Passive Income? Consider These 3 High-Quality Dividend Stocks

The past few months have been troublesome for the major stock market indexes. Last month, the market entered correction territory with growing concerns over multi-decade high inflation and the Fed’s interest rate increases to control it, intensifying geopolitical tensions and extended COVID-19 lockdowns in China. The S&P 500, Dow Jones, and the Nasdaq composites have … Read more