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Jul 23rd

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Low inflation leaves tax deductions mostly unchanged

When it comes to inflation, 2009 was a good news/bad news kind of year – with a few mixed messages thrown in for good measure.
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Local non-profit closes its doors after 18 years of promoting diversity and inclusion

Local non-profit closes its doors after 18 years of promoting diversity and inclusionThe MultiCultural Development Center (MCDC), founded by its Executive Director Dr. Ghafar Lakanwal, will close in December, after 18 years of service to local organizations and communities. MCDC’s Board of Directors made the decision to close the non-profit at the end of the year due to the economic downturn.
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Global warming and us

Hot air abounds across the world.  When Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez spoke at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen he heated up the proceedings suggesting President Obama is “a devil”.  He told Barack and his European counterparts “Go to Hell Gringos”.
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Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce names Hargett Board President

Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce names Hargett Board PresidentThe Board of Directors of the Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce (MBCC) has announced that Lea Hargett, board vice president, will assume the position of president of the MBCC Board of Directors immediately. Long-time president Barbara Jo Davis has announced her retirement, effective immediately. Davis, who is president of Ken Davis Products, has agreed to continue to serve on the MBCC board.
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(Plan Your Career) Applying online: How to navigate around the internet’s black holes

Jayden has been struggling with the world of online applications and how to follow-up appropriately.  He has applied for three positions, but has not made it past the online screening.  Should he e-mail a copy of his resume with a cover letter in addition to applying on Monster or any other proprietary application program? 
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Avoiding deceptive ‘opt-out’ online scams

Proverbs survive because of their universality. Take the adage, “One bad apple spoils the barrel.” It teaches us that good people (or good businesses) can be tainted by association with those whose actions are perceived as unscrupulous, even if they themselves don’t employ the same deceitful tactics.
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Comcast receives honored company award for community outreach

Comcast receives honored company award for community outreachOn December 2, Comcast received the honored company recognition at the annual Minnesota Keystone Program Luncheon, hosted by the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce.
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