United Way Fox Cities CEO and President Peter Kelly, who is retiring after serving 23 years, stands in front of the nonprofit Monday, September 28, 2020, in Menasha, Wis. Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin (Photo: Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wis)
MENASHA – United Way Fox Cities CEO and President Peter Kelly will step down in May after more than 23 years of service, but he’s not coasting into retirement.
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As mobile devices increase in popularity, individuals are embracing digital transformation more rapidly than most enterprises.
People are changing their habits, looking for new ways handling financial transactions, such as investing in stocks and managing portfolios.
However, financial services are not as common in some developing countries. In Ghana, for instance, many are ‘unbanked’, meaning they don’t have any proper bank account and are simply
(WFSB) – The Federal Seserve says it will keep interest rates at near zero for years.
There are as many as 10 million low-income, childless adults in the United States who are eligible for the federal government’s stimulus payment program, but are at risk of missing out on the money, according to tax experts.
It’s an effort to kickstart the economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
Younger people in India including Millennials and Gen Z consumers are usually quite tech-savvy because most of them have grown up using the latest smartphones. They regularly use the internet to take care of everyday tasks – which may include conducting digital transactions for online purchases from e-commerce stores.
Many younger people may also be enrolled in online learning programs and may be completing even more activities in a digital
Norwegian Cruise Line HoldingsÂ (NYSE: NCLH) has been hammered this year by the coronavirus pandemic, with all 28 of its ships forced to remain in port. Its stock has not been able to tread water and is down more than 72% year to date, making for some rough sailing for investors.
But if you had invested $1,000 in the cruise operator’s IPO back in 2013, how would you be
If this year has taught us anything, it’s how to be resourceful in both life and business. So many people have had to learn new skills and really dig in to how they can keep their businesses up and running (and the doors open). But what happens when you’re at the end of your creative rope, and you don’t know how to increase that bottom line?
You’ve probably heard the
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday that a coronavirus relief bill is
not likely to pass before the election.
Negotiations have stalled as President Trump has repeatedly changed his mind about whether he wants Congress to pass a new stimulus package. Meanwhile, new unemployment claims remain relatively steady with more than
800,000 people filing their paperwork each week.
A former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky man who authorities accuse of requesting $30,000 to shoot police officers in Louisville in a social media video while he was brandishing a gun has been arrested.
According to a criminal complaint, Cortez Lamont Edwards, of Louisville, made the statements Wednesday on a Facebook Live video, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Kentucky said in a statement.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.C. is providing more than 600,000 member households with a health and wellness retail cards valued at between $100 and $500.
The insurer said it is providing about $200 million worth of the cards as one of its responses to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on N.C. members.
The cards are expected to arrive to the customers’ mail address between Oct.19 and Nov. 7. The amount
The family of a woman tragically killed in a traffic crash along with four of her children is raising money to pay for their medical expenses and burials.
A GoFundMe page collecting donations for funeral costs says that Jessica Noel was out with her children on a grocery run when she was hit by a semitrailer truck loaded with grain late Friday afternoon.
Authorities over the weekend said Noel,
CAMDENTON, Mo. (KY3) – “Don’t concentrate on ‘new normal,'” said Robin Westphal, Missouri’s State Librarian. “’Concentrate on ‘better.’”
That’s the advice Westphal said she gave local county library directors all across the state.
“It’s not really going back to what that traditional library service was, but it’s providing better library service,” Westphal added.
The State Library has given nearly $1 million in CARES
Chadwick Boseman gave up part of his salary from starring and producing 2019’s 21 Bridges to secure Sienna Miller’s participation. Miller is telling the story for the first time because she says “it’s a testament to who he was.”
Miller played narcotics detective Frankie Burns in the action thriller following NYPD officer Andre Davis (Boseman) as he unravels a mysterious case possibly involving
The newest super PAC supporting Donald Trump’s reelection has spent more than $80 million in the last month, providing a badly needed boost to the president as his campaign faces a cash crunch and he confronts an avalanche of liberal money.
Preserve America, an outfit that
The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce says people should be able to see money from the Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) Program soon.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved the program for the state back on September 1st
People who are hurting from the pandemic would receive $300 per week if they
While GoFundMe said only $13,154 was raised on their platform, they did say that donors can request a refund.
ATLANTA — GoFundMe said they would issue refunds to those who donated to a fraudulent Black Lives Matter organization.
A once-prominent face in the racial justice movement in Atlanta is facing federal charges in Ohio after allegations that he used a non-profit account to raise money that he later used for
Every time I look at my paystub, I want to vomit at the sight of how much money is taken out in taxes. Every time I pay an installment loan on my tax debt, I want to gauge my eyes out because I know the second I miss a payment, here comes the IRS threatening to garnish my wages.
None of my friends are millionaires, let alone thousandaires. But plenty
Keeping Up With the Kardashians is coming to a permanent end, and we’re sure most members of the Kardashian/Jenner family will miss the show. It seems Kourtney Kardashian might not, though. She had a complicated relationship with the show and her family.
At one point, Kourtney decided to appear on the show less — but she ultimately came back. And Ellen DeGeneres joked to Kris Jenner that Kourtney only came
- Programming Note: A new episode of “Race in America: A Candid Conversation” featuring special guest Steve Wyche airs Friday night after Giants Postgame Live on NBC Sports Bay Area and after A’s Postgame Live on NBC Sports California.
There they were Thursday night, the Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals, longtime intrastate rivals, standing alongside each other, locked in an exhibition of unity that projected the NFL’s message of solidarity