Matthew McConaughey Addresses the Idea of Running for Texas Governor

Matthew McConaughey could be making political moves.

The 51-year-old actor addressed political aspirations in an interview with Hugh Hewitt.

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During their chat, he spoke about whether he would consider running for Texas governor or another political run.

“I don’t know. I mean, that wouldn’t be up to me. It would be up to the people more than it would me. Look, politics seems to be a broken business to me right now. And when politics redefines its purpose, I could be a hell of a lot more interested,” he explained.

He added that he wants to “rebind our social contracts with each other as Americans,” recognizing the divide in the country, and how citizens “don’t trust each other.”

“As I move forward in life, yes, I am gonna consider leadership roles where I can be most useful. I’d love to.

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Passive Approach Can Prevent Drawing More Attention

We work hard for our businesses, and those of you who started your own enterprise are even more deeply concerned about it than others. Which is why criticism of your business can be so frustrating.

Nobody likes to be torn apart in public, especially when a bad review can cost you money.  Customers, patients and clients will read online opinions and take them into account when hiring somebody. Your enterprise is no exception.

And it generally seems unfair – and often is. Some people are never satisfied.  Some fixate on the problem they had with your business and blow it way out of proportion.  Some are right to be angry but can’t let it go. Some are nuts.

But ignore it and move on.

I know this is difficult to do. We always feel better standing up for ourselves.  And if we don’t point out the

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Small Business Saturday: Help Them Stay Afloat In Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, NC — Small businesses have been the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, making Small Business Saturday in 2020 more vital than ever. This year, the all-local shopping event falls on Nov. 28, including in Charlotte.

Independently owned boutiques, gift shops, mom-and-pop hardware stores, restaurants and the like in Charlotte are facing unprecedented challenges due to coronavirus-related restrictions and shutdowns.

Are you committed to shopping locally this year to help out businesses hurt by the pandemic? Check out the Charlotte local business directory.

Temporary closures, capacity restrictions, decreased demand for products and services and delays due to supply-chain issues have led to unprecedented challenges for small-business owners.

But the “Shop Small” movement continues amid these hardships.

“This holiday season looks a little different, but we can still share joy,” American Express, which established Small Business Saturday in 2010, said in a statement. “Shop small and support your

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Global Machine Vision Lighting Market Overview 2020, Share, Key Regions, Business Development, Market Trends and Challenges and strategies till 2026

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Nov 19, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global “Machine Vision Lighting Market” report provides segmentation analysis by types, applications, market definition, growth, and future scope. It covers detailed outlook of business assessment, competition scenario and trends of industry. Machine Vision Lighting market competitive landscape provides details and data information by players. The report also gives 360-degree overview of the key players of the industries. Moreover, it offers highly accurate estimations on the CAGR, market share, and market size of key regions and countries.

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This report included detailed information about the Impact of COVID-19. Additionally, detailed insights on the company profile, business overview, demand, product specifications, capacity, production value, and market shares for key vendors are presented in the Machine Vision Lighting report.

The major vendors covered:

● Cognex Corporation

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New business manager joins Economic Development Corp. Michigan City | Northwest Indiana Business Headlines

New business development manager joins Economic Development Corporation Michigan City

Jalen Boney

Economic Development Corp. Michigan City has brought on a new development manager to recruit businesses to the lakefront city in LaPorte County.

In his new role, Jalen Boney also will be charged with supporting small businesses and helping implement housing strategies in Michigan City for the economic development agency that works to bring new industry and investment to the community.

“I am very excited to have someone of Jalen’s caliber and talent join our team. He has the professional drive and business acumen we need to advance our EDCMC 2019-23 Strategic Action Plan as well as a welcome addition to our team,” EDCMC Executive Director Clarence Hulse said. “We are looking forward to a long and productive relationship with him, and I am sure that our Hoosier hospitality will make him feel right at home.”

The Mississippi native recently graduated with a master’s degree in economic development

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India- Consulting Engineers seek permission to deposit GST & TDS after receipt of payments

(MENAFN – KNN India) Consulting Engineers seek permission to deposit GST & TDS after receipt of payments

New Delhi, Nov 19 (KNN) The Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI) have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to have a re-look at its Goods and Services tax (GST) and Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) collection regime for consulting and services  community.

In this regard, CEAI, on Thursday shot off a letter and also urged him to allow the sector to deposit GST and TDS after receipt of payments from the clients.  

‘At present Consultants pay their taxes as conscientious professionals and firms and feel utterly frustrated as both GST and TDS as they have to be deposited on accrual and due basis. GST has to be deposited within 30 days of raising of Invoice and not on receipt of our dues from the Customer/Client,’ said Amitabha Ghosal, President, Consulting Engineers Association of

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Boise to crack down on people not following COVID restrictions

After nearly eight months, Boise will start enforcing its own health orders.

Mayor Lauren McLean announced Thursday that the city is issuing a health order that will “create consequences for individuals and businesses who knowingly violate orders,” including issuing citations or even arresting people who do not comply with a business’s protocols but refuse to leave.

Boiseans will be able to file complaints against businesses where employees or customers won’t follow health orders, McLean said in a news release. Businesses that pose “a clear and immediate threat” will have their city licenses suspended for at least 10 days on the first violation.

That’s a change in Boise, where officials have repeatedly declined to enforce orders on mask wearing and social distancing, instead opting to educate violators.

As of last week, the city had not issued any citations for failing to wear masks, a requirement McLean put in place in June,

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Social Business Intelligence Market with COVID-19 Impact

Social Business Intelligence Market

Global Social Business Intelligence Market is expected to grow at a higher rate during the forecast period 2020-2026. The report includes the latest coverage of the impact of COVID-19 on the Social Business Intelligence Market. Pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected every aspect of global life. This has brought some changes in market conditions. Rapidly changing market scenario and the initial assessment and the future of this effect is included in the report. Reports put together a brief analysis of the factors affecting the growth of the current business scenarios in various areas. Social Business Intelligence Market describes an in-depth evaluation and professional study on the present and future state of the Social Business Intelligence market across the globe, including valuable facts and figures. Social Business Intelligence Market provides information regarding the emerging opportunities in the market and the market drivers, trends, upcoming technologies that will boost

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DigitalAMN Updates Shareholders on Disclosures, Share Reduction, and Development Plans

NEW YORK, Nov. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Digital Asset Monetary Network, Inc. (“DigitalAMN” or the “Company”) (OTCMKTS: DATI), a Public Accelerator-Incubator (“PAI”), today provided an update to shareholders on the status of its late third quarter filing, its recent reduction of 2M shares, and its business development plans.

Management had anticipated filing its 3rd Quarter Disclosures within the 5-day grace period but misjudged the timing due to endeavors the Company is currently embarking upon. Management has always strived to file on a timely basis in the past and will continue to do so in the future.

“In the interests of full disclosure and transparency to our shareholders, we anticipate that our third quarter disclosures will be filed within the next 12 business days during which time the Company will receive a ‘Yield’ sign from OTC Markets,” stated Ajene Watson, DigitalAMN’s CEO.

Management also announces that an

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Kansas aims to boost virus testing, but strategy unfinished

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Nearly two months after Gov. Laura Kelly announced that Kansas would develop a “unified” strategy to ramp up coronavirus testing, the program is enough of a work in progress that even some of the state’s contractors don’t yet have all the details.

A Republican legislative leader involved in testing discussions contends that the Democratic governor’s administration moved too slowly in rolling out the strategy and isn’t focused enough on making sure Kansas has a healthy workforce so that businesses can stay open. Kelly dismisses the criticism, and officials and contractors are confident that testing will be ramped up before the year ends.

Kansas is under immense pressure. The state health department reported more than 19,000 new confirmed and probable coronavirus cases in the seven days ending Wednesday – the equivalent of one in every 150 Kansas residents testing positive. Hospitals are struggling to handle the surge

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