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As first reported by the Globe and Mail, in 2011 the Fords tried to help
, a large U.S. printing corporation, win a city printing contract by setting up meetings with city officials. City...
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... did the same thing. According to the WEDC’s annual report, Chicago-based printing giant
was given a $140,000 tax credit, saying it planned to make a $316,000 capital...
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Globe reported that Mayor Ford and his brother Councillor Doug Ford lobbied the city on behalf of
, a printing firm that was in negotiations to do business with Deco Labels around the...
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Jobs coming to Kosciusko
... abatement this week for new equipment. John Pierog, vice president of manufacturing for
, made the request for the abatement at the County Council’s meetingThursday. He said...
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SEC Starts Enforcing XBRL Mandate
... out. Other members of the coalition include PricewaterhouseCoopers, Teradata, Workiva,
, Level One Technologies and BrightScope. The coalition argues that accurate structured...
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