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September 20, 2022 | A Look Back: Our First Year as a Publicly-Traded Company

On September 20, 2021 the Archer team rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate being a publicly traded company. It’s now been one year since that opening bell, and our drive to revolutionize the way we move around urban environments has been unwavering. Shortly after receiving approval from the FAA …

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Editorial: The minor league ballpark with a big economic footprint | Editorial

At the conclusion of play on a recent Saturday, one team walked away with the trophy. The city of Fredericksburg, however, walked off with a financial win following the Babe Ruth World Series tournament played at the Virginia Credit Union Stadium. For Nick Hall, executive vice president and general manager of the Fredericksburg Nationals, the …

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Editorial: The Single A park with a big economic footprint | Editorial

At the conclusion of play on Saturday, one team walked away with the trophy. The city of Fredericksburg, however, walked off with a financial win following last week’s Babe Ruth World Series tournament played at Virginia Credit Union Stadium. For Nick Hall, the executive vice president and general manager for the Fredericksburg Nationals, the event …

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NZ headed for recession in 2023, but inflation to fall fast – BNZ

business Aug 19, 2022 12:47 AM3 minutes to read BNZ sees an “orderly correction” with unemployment remaining low and business solid. Photo / Dean Purcell New Zealand will slip into recession in 2023, according to BNZ’s economics team. In its latest outlook report, New Zealand at a Glance, BNZ forecasts a bounce in growth for …

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No recession: Inflation won’t require ‘1980s shock treatment’ – Westpac

businessUpdated Aug 15, 2022 05:00 PM4 minutes to read The good news was that there were early signs that demand was softening. Photo / NZME The New Zealand economy will slow sharply as interest rates rise in the coming months but won’t enter a recession, according to a new quarterly outlook from the Westpac economics …

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OZ Minerals : funds technical investigations into InSitu Recovery of Copper at EnviroCopper’s Kapunda (SA) project.

OZ Minerals’ Think & Act Differently team and EnviroCopper Ltd are working together to investigate advances in In-Situ Recovery of copper at EnviroCopper’s project at Kapunda, north of Adelaide. OZ Minerals has committed $2.5 million over 18 months to continue studies into the potential economic extraction of copper reserves via InSitu Recovery (ISR) at the …

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Sports tourism events on upswing for Terre Haute | news

Sporting and tourism events are filling Terre Haute hotels, keeping prospects of a new record in tax revenue on target for 2022, said David Patterson, executive director of the Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau. The county’s innkeeper tax revenue through July was more than $1,456 million, compared to $1.15 million through July in 2021. …

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Sports tourism events on upswing for Terre Haute | news

Sporting and tourism events are filling Terre Haute hotels, keeping prospects of a new record in tax revenue on target for 2022, said David Patterson, executive director of the Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau. The county’s innkeeper tax revenue through July was more than $1,456 million, compared to $1.15 million through July in 2021. …

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Sports tourism events on upswing for Terre Haute | Local News

Sporting and tourism events are filling Terre Haute hotels, keeping prospects of a new record in tax revenue on target for 2022, said David Patterson, executive director of the Terre Haute Convention and Visitors Bureau. The county’s innkeeper tax revenue through July was more than $1,456 million, compared to $1.15 million through July in 2021. …

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