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BARRON & NEWBURGER HIRES ATTORNEY TO OPEN NEW PENNSYLVANIA OFFICE
- Brit Suttell has left her job as director of compliance for Burton Neil & Associates to join the law firm of Barron & Newburger. Suttell is currently the president of the Pennsylvania Creditors Bar Association and will open a new office in the Keystone State for Barron & Newburger.
REPORT: TRUMP ALLIES BUILDING CASE TO OUST CFPB DIRECTOR
- The strategy behind the future of Richard Cordray, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, is heating up. Allies of President Trump are considering whether to convince the president to fire the director or simply wait until Cordray’s term expires in 2018. At the same time, supporters of Cordray are “itching for that fight.”
CITY HIRES AGENCY TO GO AFTER UNPAID PARKING TICKETS
- As had been expected, the city of Sycamore, Ill., has agreed to hire Municipal Collections of America to go after individuals who do not pay their parking tickets. The city has about $28,000 in outstanding tickets that have not been paid, which represents about 50% of the tickets issued.
WORTH NOTING: Democrats are fighting until the bitter end to keep Betsy DeVos from being confirmed as the Secretary of Education … The White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks that it claims the media failed to report, including the attacks in San Bernadino, Calif., Orlando, and Paris … The new face of American unemployment … President Trump: negative polls are fake news … How to avoid the dreaded gatekeepers when making sales calls … How NFL cheerleader uniforms have evolved during the past 50 years … Eight mistakes that make good employees leave … Uber hires a NASA engineer to build flying cars … How Presidents Obama and Trump view low-wage workers and how it is influencing their policies.
Did Tom Brady take a swing at NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in this TV commercial?
Sharing this because my wife pointed out to me that nowhere in the poem does it say that Humpty Dumpty was an egg
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