European state broadcasters back in business for Olympics

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — European state broadcasters were brought back into the heart of Olympic business on Monday when the… LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — European state broadcasters were brought back into the heart of Olympic business on Monday when the IOC announced a rights deal through 2032 with the European Broadcasting Union. Rights covering 49…

Mahindra named fastest-growing brand in South Africa Johannesburg

The Indian auto manufacturer Mahindra has been named the fastest-growing brand in South Africa for the year 2022 as the company’s local subsidiary set several records in the last year, according to a report by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA). The report said that ‘Mahindra SA’ increased its sales volume…

Colleen Wagner – Who’s News Jan 12, 2023 | Local Business

Alex Otthofer The Lancaster City Alliance is pleased to announce the promotion of Colleen Wagner to the position of Director of Administration and Relations. In her new role, she will be responsible for the management and cultivation of investor relations with an emphasis on volunteer engagement to help support the vision of Lancaster City Alliance….

Mapco plans hiring fair at all locations in the Chattanooga area and the Southeast and more business news

Mapco plans hiring fair at all stores on Saturday Mapco will host a National Hiring Day on Saturday at all its locations throughout the Southeast, inviting Chattanooga workers to come out for guaranteed on-site interviews with a manager. Mapco spokesman Brandon Grant said the convenience store chain is looking to hire 200 to 300 new…

Newspaper changes hands but not its commitment to readers 

The new year always tends to usher in change and goalsetting. And it’s no different for us. We announced an ownership change at the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business, bidding farewell and well wishes to longtime Journal owner Melanie Hoefer on Dec. 30. Hoefer, the paper’s founder, sold the paper and stepped away from the…

World’s largest asset manager BlackRock cutting up to 500 jobs | Business News

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, is cutting up to 500 jobs. The move, announced in a memo seen by Insider and Bloomberg, comes as Wall Street continues to downsize in the face of high interest rates that have raised the risk of a recession. BlackRock had 19,900 employees as of 30 September, according to…