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    Texas is Open for Business | Ted Cruz

    Greetings, I want to update you on my work in Texas this last week, hearing from agricultural producers, business owners, and community leaders on the needs of their communities and the Lone Star State’s continued leadership in our nation’s recovery. While the Texas economy was a theme during my meetings this week, the unfolding rushed and catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan has been a recurring concern for many Texans. I, along with countless other Texans and Americans, have condemned the Biden Administration’s broken promises to not leave Americans behind, trapped in Afghanistan, and to not let our military equipment fall into the hands of the Taliban. The President’s withdrawal has been…

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    Brewing up Business: Mile Wide brewery seeing strong start | Features

    Louisville-based Mile Wide Beer Company opened its Owensboro Taproom, 119 E. Second St., on Friday the 13th last November. The brewery has had nothing but success, Palmer Dempsey, the taproom manager, said last week. The only thing missing so far is beer actually brewed on site, he said. “We can brew faster in Louisville,” Dempsey said. “The only beer we’ve brewed here so far is Mango Brabble. It’s a blond, fruited beer. We worked on getting food in place first.” The brewery began serving dinner in early August. “That’s going well,” Dempsey said. “We serve large portions of everything. And we have an expanded menu this month.” He said, “We…

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    How to Start a Clothing Business: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Starting a clothing line is an exciting endeavor, but it’s also challenging. It would be best if you considered all of the aspects that go into starting and running a clothing brand before you dive in headfirst.  Take the following steps to make your clothing line launch a successful one. Understand your audience and competitors To start a new clothing business, you first need to research what people want in your niche. What are they looking for? What styles and colors will be in demand this season? Where can these products be found currently (both online and offline)? When starting a clothing…

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    How Walmart Helps Veterans and Spouses Advance Their Career, Start a Business or Further Their Education

    Transitioning from military to civilian life is a very unique and uncertain time for military members and their families. It’s a time when figuring out what they want to do is just as difficult as figuring out how they want to do it. Walmart has developed a way to help veterans and spouses do both. Walmart’s free Find-a-Future program is an initiative the retailer developed to serve the veteran community. There’s no need to get a job at Walmart to use it, but the chosen path might lead to one. Whether a veteran or spouse’s general goal is employment, furthering their education or starting a business, Walmart wants to help…

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    36 Degrees North business incubator program off to a busy start | Local News

    Cadenzo’s Troy Smith works at the new 36 Degrees North business incubator in City Hall. The new 36 Degrees North business incubator has officially opened in Tulsa’s City Hall building. Rachel Knorr (left) and Abbey Wells work at the new 36 Degrees North business incubator in Tulsa’s City Hall building. Nathan Pickard loves his work, but where he works makes it even better. Pickard, founder of ThirdLine, a financial technology software company, first set up shop above Soundpony bar in the Arts District.…