Monthly Archives: March 2021

Geneos Therapeutics Raises $ 12 Million in Series A1 Funding

Geneos Therapeutics, a clinical stage company based in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. focused on developing personalized cancer immunotherapies targeting tumor neoantigens, closed its Series A1 funding round by raising $ 12 million in funding. The round was led by Korea Investment Partners (KIP) – Global Bio Fund with participation from existing …

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Auto loan scam results in advocacy for pyramid scheme

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Two men involved in a years-long multi-state fraud case are now sentenced, but they avoid jail and even restitution. The prosecution in these cases is the state attorney general’s office. They made it known last year that they were attacking the company known as Liquidation …

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Return to Sender – The American Perspective

After a chaotic mail-order season, the U.S. Postal Service followed suit by delivering an avalanche of packages, cards and letters – in the New Year. Unfortunately, most people expected to receive their greeting cards and vacation packages in December, not after Groundhog Day. The largely reliable mail delivery had been …

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Ashley Cole identifies Ainsley Maitland-Niles problem

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 19: Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles lies on the floor as he prepares to defend a free kick during the Premier League match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on December 19, 2020 in Liverpool , in England. (Photo by Peter Powell) Ainsley Maitland-Niles was loaned to …

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Valley News – Land purchase aims to protect property and preserve path to Gile Mountain in Norwich

NORWICH – It’s safe to say that Norwich’s Gile Mountain – and its iconic fire tower – is one of the busiest places in the Upper Valley. But while the City of Norwich is committed to keeping it open and accessible to all, it is not subject to a conservation …

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Students and alumni face $ 15 billion debt crisis — potentially preventing them from graduating

As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked financial havoc on colleges, their students, and student loan borrowers, the government has stepped in to provide billions of dollars in aid. But at least one group of students is still left behind. Some federal student loans have been suspended for millions of borrowers and …

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Key Republican Senator promises release of some PPP details

Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who chairs the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, has promised that there will be more disclosures regarding companies that have received loans from the Paycheck Protection Program, at the suite of widespread calls for more information on borrowers. Rubio tweeted on Wednesday …

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Congress adopts more PPP aid for businesses

The latest bill includes $ 284 billion for the paycheck protection program. | Dennis Diatel / Shutterstock Congress sent President Trump a spending bill that includes $ 900 billion in coronavirus emergency aid, with nearly a third of the money dedicated to helping small businesses. The $ 2.3 trillion bill …

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Federal Government Grants Lincoln-Based Nelnet Second Bigger on Federal Student Loans | News from local businesses

Nelnet in 2018 bought Great Lakes Educational Loan Services Inc., one of the three other companies that administer federal student loans. By the end of March, the companies were serving nearly 13 million borrowers and nearly $ 430 billion in loans. Nelnet blames pandemic for first quarter loss The two …

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Financing Litigation – General Perspective – Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration

To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. INTRODUCTION A third party that independently provides funds to the parties for a dispute in return for a fraction of the monetary rewards recovered from the proceedings is called litigation funding. It is also called Third Party Funding (TPF). This …

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