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GOFORE PLC STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE INSIDE INFORMATION 7 MAY 2021 AT 16.45 EET Gofore Plc's Business Review 1 – 30 April 2021: Growth continued in April Gofore Plc’s net sales in April 2021 amounted to EUR 8.5 million (2020: EUR 6.4 million). At the end of the period, the group employed a total of 791 persons (596 persons).

(KNSI) – A St. Cloud business owner says the easing of COVID-19 restrictions is a move in the right direction. Starting at noon on Friday, Minnesota is eliminating restrictions on outdoor dining and outdoor gatherings. Bar and restaurants can also stay open to their regular time.
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SMYRNA - Gov. Brian Kemp signed a half dozen bills Tuesday, May 4, aimed at spurring business investment in Georgia. A bill signing ceremony at the Cobb Chamber of Commerce was highlighted by Kemp putting his name to legislation providing tax breaks to several key industries.
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When former CEO Hubert Joly decided to step down from his role as Best Buy's executive board chairman last year, he had his choice of options. Joly said he didn't want to move down to Florida and retire "to play golf with aging white men." He also didn't want to become a chief executive again,…
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Supported by Shops in Hamburg, Germany, have been pushed to the brink by lockdowns and curfews in the pandemic and the uncertainty of when a return to something like normal may happen. Jack Ewing and
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