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Grocery Outlet open newest store in Dayton, 33 new jobs created - Carson Now

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Grocery Outlet open newest store in Dayton, 33 new jobs created - Carson NowGrocery Outlet open newest store in Dayton, 33 new jobs created - Carson NowPosted: 04 Jun 2020 05:10 PM PDT Grocery Outlet press release Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, extreme-value grocery retailer, opened its newest location Thursday at 7 Dayton Village Parkway in Dayton, Nev., creating 33 new jobs in the community and providing big savings on name brand, high quality merchandise.Grocery Outlet stores are independently operated by local families who are committed to supporting their communities. "We are overjoyed to be a part of the Dayton community and be able to provide big savings on quality groceries," said IOs Daniel and Kathleen Knight in a news release. "This partnership with Grocery Outlet gives us the ability to grow our business, create new jobs and more importantly, give back to our local community."Grocery Outlet offers the same trusted brands as traditional grocery stores, but…

As Americans look to escape, this peer-to-peer RV rental startup is happy to accommodate them - TechCrunch

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As Americans look to escape, this peer-to-peer RV rental startup is happy to accommodate them - TechCrunchAs Americans look to escape, this peer-to-peer RV rental startup is happy to accommodate them - TechCrunchEntrepreneurs in The Age Of Covid: Q&A with America’s Leading Startup Thinker, Carl Schramm - ForbesTechstars Startup Weekend returns to fight COVID-19 ... the caveat? It starts now - Startland NewsAs Americans look to escape, this peer-to-peer RV rental startup is happy to accommodate them - TechCrunchPosted: 04 Jun 2020 12:28 PM PDT The world feels as fragile as ever, and those with any options at all are looking to get away this summer.For many, planes and hotel rooms won't be an option they consider owing to continued concerns about the coronavirus (not to mention the expense, which 40 million fewer Americans can likely afford). That leaves perhaps renting a local Airbnb this summer or, for a growing number of people, looking for the first time to rent an RV or camp…

Dyson founder reveals scrapped electric SUV that cost him $600 million, was meant to be Tesla rival — take a look - CNBC

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British inventor and billionaire Sir James Dyson scrapped plans to mass-produce an electric SUV in October after deciding it would not be "commercially viable," ending a bid to join a list of rivals to Tesla that already includes startups like Rivian and Byton.Now, Dyson — who is best known as the founder of the eponymous brand that makes appliances from bagless vacuums to hairdryers — has unveiled photos and videos of the prototype electric SUV he and a team of engineers designed.After recently telling London's Sunday Times that he spent more than $600 million of his own money on the electric SUV project, Dyson wrote in a blog post on Wednesday that his team had "developed a radical car which was loaded with technology" and that he says was "ready for production." Dyson has unveiled photos of its scrapped electric SUV.Source: Dyson Dyson has an estimated net worth of roughly $6.3 billion, according to Forbes.Dyson's engineers designed the electric …

“Startups Weekly: Investors are keeping terms friendly — instead they say ‘no’ more often - TechCrunch” plus 1 more

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“Startups Weekly: Investors are keeping terms friendly — instead they say ‘no’ more often - TechCrunch” plus 1 moreStartups Weekly: Investors are keeping terms friendly — instead they say ‘no’ more often - TechCrunchPosted: 25 Apr 2020 11:19 AM PDT[Editor's note: Want to get this free weekly recap of TechCrunch news that startups can use by emailSubscribe here.] Multiple liquidation preferences, full-ratchet anti-dilution clauses and pay-to-play provisions are some of the words that still haunt startup founders who survived downturns in decades past. So far in this downturn, though, investors seem to be sparing the brutal terms that tend to surface when the money has all the leverage.Why? It's easier to let a company fail by saying no to funding* than it is to hold them along with terms that can't possibly inspire the common stockholders — or so one can read between the lines from investors, founders and tech lawyers that Connie Loizos talked to for TechCrunch this week.…

This Seattle startup is helping physical retailers detect face masks and social distancing - GeekWire

Decatur, Peoria and Elgin hardest hit by job loss during Illinois lockdown - Illinois Policy

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Decatur, Peoria and Elgin hardest hit by job loss during Illinois lockdown - Illinois PolicyDecatur, Peoria and Elgin hardest hit by job loss during Illinois lockdown - Illinois PolicyGraduating college during the pandemic? These business titans have some advice for you - USA TODAYJob losses could hit 47 million due to the coronavirus—these are the companies hiring remote workers today - CNBCDecatur, Peoria and Elgin hardest hit by job loss during Illinois lockdown - Illinois PolicyPosted: 04 Jun 2020 07:44 AM PDTRecord April job losses hurt some communities even more than Illinois' statewide decline of 13.4%.The COVID-19 pandemic hit Illinois workers hard, but it was worse for those in Decatur, Peoria and Elgin, recent labor numbers show.Illinois lost 762,200 jobs from mid-March through mid-April, the largest monthly jobs loss in state history. While the majority of these losses came from the Chicago area, the downturn has disproportionately affected communities outside of the ci…

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