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Maine Voices: Investing in teachers is essential to the health of public education

Maine Voices: Investing in teachers is essential to the health of public education

As a state, Maine has historically valued and invested in public education. We are known as a state with an educated workforce to attract business. Our schools are ranked in the top 12 by US News & World Report and above national averages in National Educational Progress Assessment tests. Although our statewide school-age population has …

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Citizenship through Investment: Transforming Investment Diversification Options for HNIs

Citizenship through Investment: Transforming Investment Diversification Options for HNIs

There is a program that has the power to transform investment diversification options for high net worth individuals (HNIs), even in the current climate of pandemic and conflict-induced economic uncertainty. Introducing Citizenship by Investment (CBI). Citizenship by investment allows HNIs and their families to qualify as citizens of another nation if they make a financial …

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Poll: Real Estate Still Number One of Americans' Favorite Long-Term Investments |  New

Poll: Real Estate Still Number One of Americans’ Favorite Long-Term Investments | New

Mortgage rates are skyrocketing, inflation is soaring, and many experts are predicting that a recession may soon be upon us. Despite these negative impacts on the housing market, real estate remains America’s favorite long-term investment in 2022, according to a just-released Bankrate survey. This is the third time in the past four years that real …

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Sixth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Certain Investment and Performance Fee Claims, But Allows Mutual Fund Share Class Claim to Proceed to Discovery |  Proskauer - Benefits and Executive Compensation Blog

Sixth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Certain Investment and Performance Fee Claims, But Allows Mutual Fund Share Class Claim to Proceed to Discovery | Proskauer – Benefits and Executive Compensation Blog

The Sixth Circuit recently issued a mixed opinion in a 401(k) plan investment dispute. The Court upheld the dismissal of plaintiffs’ fiduciary claims relating to the investment management fees and performance of several of the plan’s investment options, but reinstated a fiduciary duty claim based solely on the alleged breach plan trustees to offer less …

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Damen Curacao Shipyard

Damen and Curaçao plan investments for the largest shipyard in the Caribbean

Damen Curaçao is the largest shipyard in the Caribbean (Damen) Posted on July 22, 2022 at 7:41 PM by The Maritime Executive Investments for the facilities of Damen Shiprepair Curacao, the largest shipyard in the Caribbean, are expected to continue shortly. The shipyard located in Curaçao, near the South American coast, is owned by the …

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42 Investment Picks from 10 Panelists: Letters to the Editor from Barron's

42 Investment Picks from 10 Panelists: Letters to the Editor from Barron’s

Text size For the editor:Your mid-year roundtable may have been the best ever (“Tipping Point,” Cover Story, July 15). The investment choices were full of intriguing ideas worth exploring. What resonated most, however, were the words of wisdom offered by two of the panelists. Scott Black: A “catalyst would be for Republicans to regain control …

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Lawsuit Challenges Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Preference for Disadvantaged Public Contractors |  Schwabe, Williamson and WyattPC

Lawsuit Challenges Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Preference for Disadvantaged Public Contractors | Schwabe, Williamson and WyattPC

In an effort to counter the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act in November 2021. Part of this bill set aside $370 billion dollars to improve and expand transportation, and further allocated 10% of it. funds for socially and economically disadvantaged public contractors. Incorporating the terms …

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