2020 Market Study on Growth Opportunities for Functional Ingredients in Personal Care


7 Monthly Dividend Stocks To Buy Now For Safe Payouts

The stock market can be broadly separated into two groups — dividend stocks and non-dividend stocks. Among stocks that pay dividends to shareholders, most do so on a quarterly basis. But there are other directions a company can take with its capital return policy. Some companies decide to pay a dividend once per year, while others pay semi-annually. There are even monthly dividend stocks.Income investors may find monthly dividend stocks to be attractive, as they pay 12 dividends per year. Monthly dividend stocks deliver more frequent income payments than stocks with other payout schedules. * 10 Education Stocks to Buy for the Fall School Season This article will discuss our top 7 monthly dividend stocks right now.InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * Realty Income (NYSE:O) * STAG Industrial (NYSE:STAG) * Shaw Communications (NYSE:SJR) *

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Business Intelligence and Analytics Software Market 2020 Global Analysis, Application, Opportunities and Forecast to 2026

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Aug 25, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) —
Business Intelligence and Analytics Software Market 2020

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The report reaches its findings with shared and extensive proof and details to the present alterations recognized in the Business Intelligence and Analytics Software market. It summaries a piecing together of facts for the consumers to get a firm significance, which is a point of the encouraging figures with the perception of the Business Intelligence and Analytics Software market, its estimations for development, as well as the apprehensions of constructing a perspective. The Business Intelligence and Analytics Software market’s expertise is revitalized with the approximation of the diverse amendments in the exact areas posted in the market. The robust Business Intelligence and Analytics Software market knowledge gives huge differences in the developments that are mounting the Business Intelligence and

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A Quick Analysis On Innovative Industrial Properties’ (NYSE:IIPR) CEO Compensation

Paul Smithers has been the CEO of Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. (NYSE:IIPR) since 2016, and this article will examine the executive’s compensation with respect to the overall performance of the company. This analysis will also assess whether Innovative Industrial Properties pays its CEO appropriately, considering its funds from operations growth and total shareholder returns.

Check out our latest analysis for Innovative Industrial Properties

Comparing Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc.’s CEO Compensation With the industry

At the time of writing, our data shows that Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. has a market capitalization of US$2.7b, and reported total annual CEO compensation of US$1.4m for the year to December 2019. We note that’s an increase of 31% above last year. While this analysis focuses on total compensation, it’s worth acknowledging that the salary portion is lower, valued at US$400k.

In comparison with other companies in the industry with market capitalizations ranging from US$2.0b to

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NC COVID business grants get few restaurant, bar applicants


A boarded-up business in downtown Raleigh on Aug. 28, 2020.


While 665 businesses have applied for the legislature’s $60.5 million COVID-19 grant program for struggling small businesses, only 66 of them represent the industries hit hardest by shutdowns aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

The Job Retention Grant program, which had a Sept. 1 application deadline, requires grant recipients to have kept at least 90% of employees through the early months of the pandemic — a requirement that knocks out many shuttered restaurants, bars and entertainment venues that were forced to close and lay off employees.

Legislative leaders said the 90% requirement was based on similar rules for the federal Paycheck Protection Program, and removing it would result in legal challenges. In general, government is prohibited from handing out money to private businesses without some strings attached.

“If the General Assembly were to create a

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‘Now is the time for everyone on Nantucket to take personal responsibility’

Nantucket is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, evidence of what officials say is community spread of the virus among tradespeople on the island. 

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The “minor surge” in cases emerged when seven cases were confirmed on Wednesday, followed by another seven new cases on Thursday, Select Board Chairwoman Dawn Hill Holdgate wrote in a statement Friday. 

The new results brought the total number of cases on the island to 77, as of Thursday. 

“These are the highest number of cases in a short period of time that we have so far seen in Nantucket,” Holdgate wrote. “While this is not an unanticipated situation, due to the nature of the coronavirus, we can expect episodic growth in the number of cases over the next 10-14 days.”

In a joint statement and video appearance, Gary Shaw, president and CEO of the Nantucket Cottage Hospital,

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Insights on the Global Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms Market 2020-2024: COVID-19 Analysis, Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Threats – Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The business intelligence and analytics platforms market is expected to grow by USD 12.62 billion, accelerating at a CAGR of almost 10% during the forecast period. Download Free Sample Report

Rising need to improve business efficiency is one of the major factors propelling market growth. However, the increasing threat from open-source business analytics vendors will hamper market growth.

The rise in the number of connected devices is leading to the generation of massive amounts of data. This data can be used by businesses to optimize costs, deliver better services, and boost revenues. For instance, the introduction of automation and flexible production techniques in manufacturing is helping companies to save money on scheduled repairs, reduce maintenance costs, and eliminate breakdowns. The implementation of such technologies has created a need for establishing a seamless connection for efficient communication between machines, systems, and humans. This has increased the adoption of

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Your Funds: How to think when a favorite stock is in the news | Column

Still, it’s hard to ignore that ExxonMobil has been choking amid the mostly strong market conditions of the past decade. Shares trading for more than $100 six years ago sell for less than $50 today.

Even factoring dividends and total return into the picture, ExxonMobil has badly lagged the Dow; the annualized average spread is more than 20 percentage points.

That said, if history is a precursor, being dumped by the Dow is good news for Exxon-Mobil shareholders. Several studies have shown that issues kicked out of the major indices outperform the stocks that replace them.

The last time three stocks were swapped out of the Dow was when Bank of America, Hewlett-Packard and Alcoa were dropped for Goldman Sachs, Visa and Nike. While the replacements had nice gains in their first year in the Dow, the vanquished stocks were rock stars; BofA gained 18%, HP jumped 72% and Alcoa

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Solving Risk Puzzles in a Complex World

Insurance professionals in the surplus lines sector are busy. Busy adapting to a changing business world during COVID-19. Busy adapting to a changing property/casualty market where standard lines insurers are steadfastly shedding undesirable accounts. Busy adapting to a market that is increasingly digital. And busy multiplying their numbers of accounts and premium volume.

While many U.S. businesses continue to lag, the surplus lines insurance industry is experiencing significant growth.

The flow of business into the surplus lines channel is up 20% or more over last year, according to Timothy Turner, chairman and CEO of RT Specialty, Ryan Specialty Group’s wholesale brokerage operation.

That increase comes after a similar 20% jump in 2019, he said.

“It’s doubling. It’s a multiplier effect now,” Turner said.

Surplus lines premium reported to the U.S. surplus lines stamping offices in the first six months of 2020 neared $20 billion more than the first six months

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Gavin Newsom backs ‘split roll’ initiative to raise property tax on businesses

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday endorsed a ballot measure to increase property taxes for large businesses, arguing it will bring needed revenue to schools and local governments.


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The so-called ‘split roll’ measure, Proposition 15, would change a 1978 law that bases California property taxes on purchase value. If voters pass the initiative in November, business owners with more than $3 million in commercial property would be taxed on current value. That would raise property taxes for many businesses.

The ballot initiative would not change property tax assessments for homeowners. It’s projected to raise billions of dollars a year in tax revenue for schools and other government services.

“It’s a fair, phased-in and long-overdue reform to state tax policy,” Newsom said in a written statement. “It’s consistent with California’s progressive fiscal values.”

Business groups opposing the measure argue a tax hike will stifle California’s economic recovery from the coronavirus-caused

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Trainerize Launches Apple Watch App for Personal Training

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Since its inception, Trainerize has been on a mission to make fitness accessible—and with their newly-released Apple Watch App, they’ve progressed to a whole new phase of accessibility. Fitness businesses and personal trainers can now deliver coaching straight to their clients’ wrists, transforming the way wearables are utilized in personal health and wellness routines.

Through its mobile app, Trainerize has always offered convenient, communicative, on-the-go personal training for worldwide users. Now, with the launch of the Apple Watch App powered by Trainerize, iOS users can take on-the-go to the next level of freedom and convenience through wearable fitness tracking and coaching.

The Apple Watch App powered by Trainerize combines fitness, nutrition, and habit coaching to deliver a 360° approach to health and wellness—all available hands-free, 24/7, from the user’s wrist.

“We’re taking a big leap away from what’s already been done

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