Monthly Archives: July 2021

Panel Advances Biparty Cyber ​​Security Bills In Race Against Ransomware Attacks | Washington Examiner

The House Energy and Commerce committee this week passed eight bipartisan bills to better equip government and businesses with the tools to deal with the recent explosion in ransomware attacks. The bills, which were passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, focus on increasing coordination between government and relevant industries, implementing best practices in cybersecurity, educating users of technologies, limiting the use ...

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Advise: approach family loans with caution

Mixing family and money can be complicated, which is why an expert from Greenleaf Trust recommends that all factors be weighed and that everything be thoroughly documented in the case of family loans. Regina Jaegar, Vice President and Senior Trust Relations Officer at Greenleaf Trust and Certified Trustee and Trustee, recently spoke to the Business Journal about family loans, which ...

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House Appropriations Committee Approves Bill to Fund 100 New Immigration Judges

McALLEN, Texas (Border report) – To help reduce the backlog of 1.3 million pending immigration cases, the House Appropriations Committee approved a funding bill for 100 additional federal immigration judges. The bill to finance trade, justice, science and related agencies must be approved by the entire House and Senate. If approved, the overall budget for the Executive Office for Immigration ...

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Business Capital Offers $ 40 Million Senior Secured Credit Facilities to Branded Cheese and Almond Producer

SAN FRANCISCO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – BizCap® (Business Capital since 2002) has structured and secured multi-tranche credit facilities for one of the largest producers and processors of branded cheese in California. In business for over 75 years, the family business is one of the most respected and recognized brands sold to more than 80 retailers in the United States and ...

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New Bill Could Force U.S. Businesses to Report Data Breaches Faster

A bipartisan Senate bill would require some companies to report data breaches to law enforcement within 24 hours, risking financial penalties and losing government contracts. The legislation of Senate Intelligence Chairman and Democratic Senator Mark Warner with Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Susan Collins is just one of many new cybersecurity bills likely to be debated this year. If passed, ...

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Spanish-American Bank, low fees

The bottom line: If you live in Texas and are looking for a bank with zero monthly service fees and a variety of CD options, then Falcon International Bank may be a good option. Overall rating of the bank Advantages and disadvantages Savings Annual percentage return (APY) 0.05% APY Advantages and disadvantages Details Benefits No monthly service fees Minimum opening ...

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Pakistan borrows $ 14.3 billion in foreign loans in FY21

Pakistan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs said on Monday that the government received $ 14.283 billion in foreign loans in fiscal year 2020-21, up from $ 10.66 billion in 2019-2020, an increase of 34 percent. Despite healthy remittances and higher exports, Pakistan’s total foreign lending exceeded the target of USD 12.233 billion set in the 2020-2021 budget by 17%, indicating higher ...

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