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Marching to the beat of the business drum
The now-vacant halls of the Musician Rehearsal Center in Sparks reverberate with new hopes based on old dreams for owner Bill Woody. A musician himself in the 1960s and 1970s, Woody hopes to open a tailor-made rehearsal space for local bands by the end of next week.
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Clark & Sullivan announces promotion
Clark & Sullivan Construction announced Monday it has promoted Elena Diaz to the position of business development manager.
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Integra Telecom promotes VP
Integra Telecom, Inc. an integrated communications provider for business, has promoted Jason Koenders to the position of senior vice president for Integra Telecom of California and Nevada.
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Incubating Ideas
Company helps business get off the ground level
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Stores ready for back-to-school shopping
The next two weeks are like Christmas for Sparks Target store manager Sondra Martin. The clothes have been stacked by the isles with care as the store braces itself for the biggest shopping time of the year ­— second only to the holiday season.
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Jobs picture dims as unemployment claims rise
The economy is looking bleaker as new applications for jobless benefits rose last week to the highest level in almost six months.
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Greater Nevada Mortgage receives award
Greater Nevada Mortgage Services received the highest award ever presented to a lender, the Most Valuable Partner, by the Nevada Rural Housing Authority (NRHA) at its recent board meeting.
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RSCVA hires convention sales manager
The Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority (RSCVA) announced Wednesday that Stacey Johnson has accepted the national convention sales manager position for the agency.
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Schultz Financial Group named top wealth manager in 2010
Schultz Financial Group (SFG) Inc. has been chosen, once again, as a top wealth management company for 2010. SFG is a fee-only financial planning firm based in Reno and is the only firm listed
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Spinning vinyl into gold
The business side of music nostalgia is nothing new but it is holding strong in a down economy
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In an uncertain economy, shoppers are choosy
With the economy limping along, Americans are again being choosy at stores, many of them buying only at deep discounts because they can't shake their jobs uncertainty.
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Free luncheon about health care changes
ACS Business Insurance Services, Inc. will host an informative luncheon on Aug. 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the topic of health care changes and how they can affect business owners.
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Overhauled SBA website to go live in the fall
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced that a complete redesign of its website, SBA.gov, will launch this fall.
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Kara Jenkins named director of Access to Healthcare
Access to Healthcare Network (AHN), the first nonprofit medical discount plan in Nevada, has named Kara Jenkins its new southern Nevada director.
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RSCVA hires convention sales manager
RENO — The Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority (RSCVA) announced Tuesday that Audrey Higashi has been hired as the national convention sales manager for the agency.
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GSR to switch its health provider to Saint Mary's
Beginning Sunday, Saint Mary’s Health Plans will become the endorsed group health insurance carrier for the Grand Sierra Resort’s 2,500 members.
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eWomenNetwork director named Ambassador of the Year
The Reno/Carson/Tahoe chapter’s executive managing director, Kymberlee Simantel, was named Ambassador of the Year.
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Great Basin opens new Reno location
As of Monday Nevada’s oldest operating brewery and restaurant is bringing classic food and award-winning beers to Reno as well as Sparks.
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Professional development courses from UNR this fall
The University of Nevada, Reno has announced its fall short course and professional certificates classes.
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Report: New business taxes would hurt Nevada’s tax climate
Enacting a corporate income tax or a gross receipts tax in Nevada would make the state’s tax climate less attractive.
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