Monthly Archives: April 2021

Voya Investment Management Senior Loans Team to Present at American Bankers Association Webinar

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Voya Investment Management, the asset management business of Voya Financial, Inc. (NYSE: VOYA), today announced that its Senior Lending team will participate in the American Bankers Association (ABA) webinar “Manage credit risk following the coronavirus pandemic ”on June 24 at 2 p.m. ET. The webinar is …

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The Coushatta tribe lends a 60KW generator to Port Cameron

LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana (KPLC) – The Coushatta tribe of Louisiana has loaned a 60kW portable generator to the Port of Cameron. Coushatta technicians installed it on Friday. “As an important and vitally important economic asset to the state of Louisiana’s infrastructure as well as home to some of the region’s …

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Eurostar in close talks with lenders over debt over £ 400million

Eurostar is in urgent talks with its lenders to avoid collapse as the deadline for repaying its £ 400million debt draws near. The number of passengers on Eurostar has fallen 95% since March, as coronavirus restrictions hit international travel. The service currently only provides one service per day to Paris …

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Expert Advice On The Best Loan Options When You Have Bad Credit Remark

Expert advice on the best loan options when you have bad credit Applying for a loan for the first time is probably how you learned something about a low or bad credit score, or discovered that there were issues with your credit history. This article explores various loan options if …

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Penn State to fill Ty Howle analyst role with former NFL offensive coordinator, report says

It’s no longer uncommon for NFL coaches to take on a college job in a role that appears to be below them. Penn State should take advantage of this fact, according to Lions247. The outlet reported on Friday that longtime professional football team member Dowell Loggains is expected to join …

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When will I get the vaccine? The # 1 pandemic question that makes Michiganders nervous

Before the pandemic, Laurie LeClear chatted all night long over dinner with a group of friends. Conversation filled the time as much as food and drink filled the stomach, usually at a restaurant in downtown Kalamazoo. These days, the 74-year-old Richland woman meets her dinner group on Zoom, and right …

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Jeff Okudah Has Successful Trunk Muscle Surgery; Lions still ahead of the future

ALLEN PARK – Jeff Okudah’s season is officially over after he underwent successful trunk muscle surgery on Tuesday. Detroit is expected to place the third overall pick in the injured reserve this week. With that, Okudah is focused on replaying a really tough rookie season. “As I begin my rehab …

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Mitsui sells its stake in Mozambique coal mine, logistics corridor in Vale

TOKYO, Jan.21 (Reuters) – Japanese company Mitsui & Co announced on Thursday that it has agreed to sell its stake in the Moatize coal mine and the rail and port projects in the Nacala corridor in Mozambique to Brazil’s Vale, the operator of projects, for $ 1 each. The move …

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Reports suggest Alitalia may be strapped for cash and luck

As negotiations with the EU stagnate, Alitalia quickly runs out of cash. The airline cannot receive funds from the Italian government until it gets the green light from the EU, leaving the airline strapped for cash. Unless a breakthrough happens soon, Alitalia might run out of luck and time to …

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Golf legend Greg Norman: Tiger Woods redeemed himself in America

Golf legend Greg Norman is “really, really impressed” with the return of Tiger Woods, he told FOX Business on Tuesday. “Golf is better for that. “ “Personally, I left Tiger a note right after the Masters, after I got back from a trip … And I basically said, you know, …

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