STANFORD, Calif. — Andrew Luck threw for 190 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 12 Stanford beat Washington State 38-28 Saturday to post its best record after seven games in 40 years.Stepfan Taylor ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns for the Cardinal (6-1, 3-1 Pac-10), who hadn’t won six of seven to open a season since Heisman Trophy winner Jim Plunkett helped them do it in 1970 on the way to the Rose Bowl.Luck went 20 for 28 with touchdown passes to Ryan Whalen, Doug Baldwin and Coby Fleener — the fourth time this season he’s thrown for at least three TDs.The Cougars (1-7, 0-5 Pac-10) lost for the third straight week to a ranked opponent, following losses to Oregon and Arizona. Washington State has lost 16 straight games against Football Bowl Subdivision teams and 14 straight in the Pac-10.Jeff Tuel went 21 for 28 for 298 yards and four touchdown passes, including a 74-yarder to Marquess Wilson in the final minute for Washington State. Tuel also threw interceptions on the first possessions of both halves, leading to Stanford touchdowns.
Temperatures on Saturday were bumping the 70-degree mark for the first time since last year and the first time this year. Did you like it? Well, just hang on to the memory, as clouds and showers are back with us for a few days. In fact, I can’t foresee any really long stretch of nice weather in the offing. So we may just have to get our nice weather piecemeal until the weather pattern changes. I looked back to my column for Sunday, April 25, 2010, and it went like this: “Today will be a fairly nice day around the Pacific Northwest as a temporary ridge of high pressure hovers overhead. So get out and enjoy the day, as tomorrow late winter/early spring weather returns as a large low pressure system engulfs the West Coast.”Things came a bit earlier this year, with the nice weather on Saturday and the change on Sunday. And as I remarked in last year’s comments, the change will definitely be back to a feeling of late winter or early spring, with snow levels back down to 2,500-3,000 feet in the Cascades by Monday. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a foot or two in the higher ski areas the next few days. Déjà vu?So there’s unsettled weather on tap the first half of this week, with maybe a little less unsettled the latter half. But still, we keep a chance of showers in the region. And as I have warned before, any overnight clearing later this week could result in more scattered frost.I know many folks visited the garden centers and brought home lots of plants and flowers — and maybe some vegetables — to plant in the garden. Keep a good weather eye on the horizon!
Clark County homeownership declined from 69.2 percent in the 2000 census to 65.8 percent in 2010, slightly above the national average, according to the Census Bureau.The national rate of 65.1 percent, down from 66.2 percent, marked the most significant drop in homeownership since between the 1930 census and 1940 census, said Ellen Wilson, survey statistician at the Census Bureau.Renters made up 34.2 percent of the county’s occupied housing units in 2010, compared with 30.8 percent in 2000.The county’s vacant housing units, not reserved for seasonal use, inched up from about 3.5 percent in 2000 to 5 percent in 2010, a possible symptom of foreclosures during the recession. When vacant seasonal housing was factored in, the vacancy rate actually declined from 6.6 percent in 2000 to 5.6 percent in 2010.Nationwide, the vacancy rate climbed to 11.4 percent.“It’s usually been below 10 percent,” Wilson said. “It’s higher than in previous decades.”
More on the Vancouver Barracks online.The four historic buildings south of Officers Row have been overshadowed for years. Now, the century-old landmarks stand out more prominently along the south side of the Vancouver Barracks Parade Ground.A local tree service trimmed the lower branches of 15 Douglas fir trees that have fronted the two-story buildings for 70 years or more.In addition to giving people a better view of the buildings, the pruning project also reduced the number of fir needles that led to overflowing gutters.That job — lifting the tree canopy — is the most visible result so far of the National Park Service’s recent acquisition of the East and South Barracks.The staff at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site has started a caretaking campaign to preserve and protect the structures before they can be restored as historic attractions or transitioned into new roles.In another caretaking project, work crews have buttoned up the buildings. Doors have been sealed with plywood panels, as have some of the windows. Other windows, facing heavily traveled streets or busy walkways, have been covered with Plexiglas sheets that have a little more eye appeal than plywood.
OLYMPIA — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s inaugural address drew criticism from Republican leaders for lacking details, but local lawmakers emphasized the importance of jobs, the Columbia River Crossing and education.Inslee’s inaugural address emphasized job creation, education and transportation issues. In the Republican response given after the Governor’s address, Sen. Mark Schoesler, R-Ritzville, said, “A lot of nice things were said today, but it was very short on details.”Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, said, “I am certain that those details that Republicans are referring to will come when we get closer to the writing of the legislation.” She added that the kind of details Republicans are looking for are not usually found in an inaugural address. “He did a nice job of talking about what his priorities were,” she said.Republicans did approve of Inslee’s emphasis on job creation as the main priority of his administration.Rep. Liz Pike, R-Camas, said, “I agree that jobs have to be our No. 1 focus.”Inslee’s no-new-taxes policy was also viewed favorably.“I am going to work very hard to help the new governor to keep his promise of a balanced budget without raising taxes,” Pike said.Inslee’s address brought up the importance of transportation and international trade to Washington’s economy, echoing former Gov. Chris Gregoire’s speech the previous day.
The Vancouver Police Department is no longer asking the public to help them find 37-year-old Cory Michael Ross. Police said today that they got information leading them to believe the Vancouver man is safe. Ross had been missing since Sunday morning and is new to the area.
DEERFIELD BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Surveillance video at a Metro PCS store in Deerfield Beach captured two thieves snatching cell phones, Monday.It all happened at a store along West Hillsbro Boulevard and Powerline Road, around 4:40 p.m.Two thieves are seen on video, snatching a cell phone off a stand and taking off. Seconds later, they came back for another one.According to officials, both phones were iPhones.If you have any information on this theft, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies helped spread some holiday cheer to children in Pompano Beach, Friday night.Deputies handed out presents to dozens of children at the Pompano Beach Community Center.Volunteers had transformed the center into a Christmas wonderland, and Santa made an appearance to take pictures with the children.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Two additional victims have come forward claiming a swim instructor molested them in Southwest Miami-Dade.After police arrested 20-year-old Daniel Diaz-Mejia about a week ago for allegedly fondling two 9-year-old girls, three additional victims have come forward.He worked at Helen Sands Pool, located in the area of Southwest 280th Street and 163rd Avenue, as a swim instructor.He was originally arrested and charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious molestation on a child, but two days later he appeared in bond court for an additional charge. An 8-year-old girl told her mother she had also been touched inappropriately by the instructor.He faced a judge once again on Thursday morning, after two 7-year-old girls told their mothers they were also fondled by Diaz-Mejia during their swim lessons.He now faces five felony counts of lewd and lascivious molestation on a child.Diaz-Mejia was ordered held on no bond and remains behind bars at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
New Orleans-based Blanchard Systems has announced the launch of SendMyAd, a print advertising portal that allows advertisers and publishers to attach insertion order info to the ad materials.The company says it is the “first end-to-end solution” for publishers. The company provides advertisers with a personalized Web site where they can submit advertising materials and collaborate with the publisher to facilitate the approval, insertion information, and final delivery of the ad materials.”When we started building an end-to-end solution for digital submission and approval of ad materials, no one was doing anything close to this,” says CEO Charles Blanchard. “The best we saw was file upload and preflighting. There was no business automation or material workflow in these systems. We consulted with a number of major publishers for ideas.” Blanchard declined to say who those major publishers were.According to Blanchard, the Web portal allows an advertiser take a PDF file, upload it, preview it, and generate a report about the ad. Advertisers are also able to trim the size of ads via the site to meet publisher specs. Publishers are then able to fill AdsML-compliant job tickets that allow the tracking of an ad from the time it enters the online workflow until it is printed.
A Rodale spokesperson saidthe company has no plans to sell any of its magazines. The last time a high-profile publisher left—Eric Zinczenko in2006—Lambiase added Backpacker to his publisher duties. The magazine was soldto ActiveInterest Media for an estimated $14 million a year later. It seemsemployees are worried history will repeat itself. According to one source, “The first thing that came to a lot of people’s mindswas ‘Oh [expletive], does that mean we’re getting sold, too?’” Perhaps not, or at least, not yet. Three M&A sources contacted by FOLIO:said they were not aware of any plan to sell the magazines, though would notrule out the possibility. “[I] would not be shocked,” said one M&A source.”They are slowly getting out of the special interest field and going to bookswith large circ.”Indeed. If the sale of the 340,000-circulation Backpacker, as CEO Steven Murphysaid at the time, was to help the company focus on long-term growth, thenperhaps the sale of Runner’s World (at 640,000 circ) and Bicycling (416,000)aren’t far behind. Rodale’s blockbuster brands of Prevention, Men’s Health and Women’s Healthcarry circulations of 3.3 million, 1.8 million and 907,000, respectively.Hersam, for his part, was credited with driving Rodale’s 2007 acquisition of RunningTimes.Lambiase will oversee Runner’s World and Running Times. David Willey, SVP andeditor-in-chief of Runner’s World and editorial director of Running Times, isexpected to be named chairman of the American Society of Magazine Editors onThursday when Glamour editor Cindi Leive relinquishes the post.Bicycling associate publisher Joao Correia is expected to assume day-to-dayoperations for the Bicycling brands and will continue to report to Lambiase.Runner’s World and Bicycling, like most consumer magazines, saw a decline inadvertising pages during the first quarter. Runner’s World’s ad pages dipped6.7 percent; Bicycling declined 3.5 percent, according to the PublishersInformation Bureau. This week, Rodale announced the promotion of Chris Lambiase, VP and publishing director of Bicycling since 2004, to vice president and grouppublisher for its running and cycling titles.Andy Hersam, VP and publishing director of the Runner’s World group, is leavingthe company May 9 to join Tom Buesse, a former Rodale president and Time Inc.vet, at Westwood One, according to a source with knowledge of Hersam’s plans.The promotion of Lambiase, effective May 12—coupled with the departure of apopular executive in Hersam—has led to some internal speculation that thecompany may be prepping the Runner’s World group for an eventual sale.
Entrepreneur Media has come to an agreement with former longtime editor Rieva Lesonsky regarding a lawsuit it filed against her this fall alleging she stole its Franchise 500 ranking concept.The settlement, filed this week in central California’s southern division of the U.S. District Court, says that Lesonsky and AllBusiness.com are prohibited from calling their yet-to-be-launched list the “Franchise 300,” or any other “phrase that is confusingly similar” to Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500.No financial claims were mentioned in the settlement. Each party is responsible for its individual legal fees. In addition to Lesonsky, AllBusiness.com and another former Entrepreneur staffer were named as defendants. “This, I believe, goes to show that I didn’t steal anything,” Lesonsky told FOLIO: Friday. “I feel like I was being bullied by Entrepreneur, which I know other entrepreneurs have gone through. This is just another David versus Goliath story.”When asked for comment, an EMI spokesperson said all parts of the lawsuit “have been resolved to our satisfaction.”After resigning from her longtime post as editorial director in April, Lesonsky formed marketing communications company SMB Connects and was hired at AllBusiness.com as editor-at-large. SMB Connects is a network that puts small business together with government agencies and organizations.Since the U.S. Patent Office granted a trademark on the word entrepreneur to EMI in the early 1980s, the company has fought aggressively, often in court, to protect that trademark. Earlier this year, auditing firm Ernst & Young sued EMI over its Entrepreneur of the Year contest to which EMI filed a counter suit. EMI has also had ongoing legal wranglings with Scott Smith since the 1990s when the company sued him over Entrepreneur PR, the name he gave his California public relations firm.While Lesonsky declined to say what new names are being considered for the list, she said it is expected to be published in early February. “My little company will continue to work with other companies to help launch and grow their businesses,” Lesonsky said. “The bottom line is that we have a list coming out and this lawsuit doesn’t stop that.”
Sage is currently working on a new, ground-up in-house system that will allow greater flexibility. That system is about a year away from completion. Yet many publishers are still operating from legacy fulfillment systems, and if you’re planning to bridge your current fulfillment system to a paid access model, here are just a few of the hurdles you can expect to encounter. Events Versus TimeSage’s fulfillment system can recognize content type—print or digital, for example—and, once purchased, will send out the appropriate messaging to the customer. Print products are purchased on an event-based process, meaning a monthly publication is served up 12 times. If a customer buys an electronic product, it’s a time-based transaction, meaning the product’s term should start counting down from the day it was purchased. Time-based electronic purchases are also governed by an array of access parameters. Sage’s system can’t handle time-based transactions. All purchases must be governed by event, which means electronic subscriptions are forced into a print schedule. This sets up a less than optimal arrangement. “It depends on the title, and when we publish, but we’re giving access to content longer than we want to. It’s rigid, and we recognize that. If it was time-based, we could control it much better,” said Koberling.Earning RevenueWith a fulfillment system built for print, setting up an earned revenue schedule that can handle the immediacy of electronic purchases is also very difficult. Earned revenue is forced into a monthly schedule, no matter what the channel, and as Sage’s print and electronic product bundlings become more complex, so go the revenue models. For example, Sage already has 63 different packages that are made from hundreds of titles. “Allocations have been a big pain point,” said Koberling. “That’s another thing people need to consider—what is your revenue recognition point? It has to do with managing allocations of a bundled product.” Customer Records ManagementSage’s system allows perpetual access to the content you’ve purchased. In other words, once you buy content, you can continue to access that specific content forever. That, however, means Sage has to maintain those records forever. “Typically, you can purge your old fulfillment data,” said Koberling. “We can’t do that anymore. We haven’t purged our data in 10 years, and because of the bundled products it’s getting exponentially huge. It’s taxing the fulfillment system and we’re looking at ways to lighten that.” Publishers once again have turned to online pay walls as a way of recouping a sagging top line and to monetize an increasingly expensive electronic content operation. For many publishers that have worked with a print-based fulfillment system, adding on a pay wall can work, but there are several pain-points to keep in mind that, ultimately, may require a complete overhaul if truly integrated product bundles are what they’re after.Sage Publications, an academic publisher of print and electronic journals implemented electronic, paid access to its publications about four years ago. Emily Koberling, Sage’s senior circulation manager, admits that their paid system had to be force-fit into the fulfillment infrastructure, recognizing a better solution would eventually need to happen. “The system we had was not prepared for that. We had to do a lot of fudging,” she said.The company forged ahead anyway and built sufficient, if awkward, work-arounds. Market trends were quickly creating a new strategic imperative. “We had been siloed and our market was quickly moving to electronic delivery. You can’t isolate, the delivery has to be the same.”
ALM, which employes about 700 people, went on the block this spring, reportedly seeking a price of about $500 million.Wasserstein sold ALM to Apax-backed Incisive Media in 2007 for $630 million. At the time, ALM had estimated revenues of $200 million and $50 million in EBITDA. In 2008, Apax spun ALM off Incisive, making it an independent business, cutting ALM’s debt from $450 million to $300 million.Also investing in ALM with this transaction are Ontario Pension Board, Pantheon, the Honeywell Pension and HighVista Strategies LLC. Private equity investment firm Wasserstein & Co., along with a group of other investors, announced it has agreed to acquire ALM from Apax Partners, the same company it sold ALM to in 2007. Terms of the deal were not released, but a New York Times report puts the sale price at approximately $417 million. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter.A spokesperson at ALM declined to provide further details on the deal.
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The fiscal 2017 budget request is on track to be sent to Congress on time next year, Pentagon Comptroller Mike McCord told reporters Friday.“Given that the [budget] deal came so early in November, I can’t think of a very good excuse why we wouldn’t have it ready on time,” McCord said, reported Defense News. The statutory deadline for the administration to submit its annual budget proposal is the first Monday in February.The Pentagon’s request likely will prioritize keeping existing programs on track, although it will accentuate Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s priorities such as the Force of the Future initiative, an effort to reform military compensation and benefits, and personnel practices to attract and retain a 21st Century workforce.“I don’t know that there will be a raft of new programs,” McCord said. At the same time, defense leaders are leaning toward preserving the military’s existing force structure.“Among the hardest decisions are would you decide to make the force any smaller, knowing you have a reduced topline? That’s a hard call to make with a one-year signal, so that’s probably not as likely in the current circumstance,” he said.
Email Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” Billboard Chart Record taylor-swift-delicate-extends-her-billboard-chart-record Taylor Swift: “Delicate” Extends Her Billboard Chart Record News Facebook Find out what the GRAMMY winner’s latest single just made her do …Tim McPhateGRAMMYs May 21, 2018 – 3:30 pm Taylor Swift’s chart dominance is anything but “Delicate.” Interestingly, however, it’s that exact song that has extended her stronghold on an impressive Billboard Hot 100 record.”Delicate,” Swift’s latest single from 2017’s Reputation, has risen 10 places to No. 36, marking her 56th Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, according to Billboard. This increases T-Swizzle’s lead for the most Top 40 hits by a woman — Rihanna ranks second with 50 Top 40 singles. With 49, Madonna stands at third among women.Reputation is the gift that keeps on giving for Swift. Her sixth studio album has yielded … wait for it, six Top 40 hits: “Look What You Made Me Do” (No. 1), “…Ready for It?” (No. 4), “Gorgeous” (No. 13), “Call It What You Want” (No. 27), “End Game” featuring Ed Sheeran and Future (No. 18), and now “Delicate,” which may continue its ascent further up the chart.Surely Swift will release a seventh single, won’t she? In the meantime, Swift will keep busy with her haul from the 2018 Billboard Music Awards and her stadium tour in support of Reputation, which kicked off earlier this month.And no, we’re not “Mean.” You’re probably wondering who ranks supreme on Billboard’s list for most Top 40 singles. Swift is fifth overall, behind Elton John (57), Lil Wayne (71), Drake (72) and Elvis Presley, who is the king of the Billboard Hot 100 with 80 Top 40 hits.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Twitter
Esperanza Spalding Is Making Waves In Her Own Lane How Bad Bunny Is Putting Latin Trap On The Map To begin to understand Ibeyi as artists, it’s important to look at their name. Ibeyi means “twins” in the Cuban Yoruba dialect. Influence of their Cuban and Yoruba roots –Naomi can be seen playing the bata-cajon in performances– are at the center of their music and mesh with synth beats, soul and hip-hop with lyrics in Yoruba, English and Spanish.“Batas are religious drums,” Lisa-Kaindé told Modern Drummer.”So we take that which is from our culture, those songs and sounds that we’ve heard for so long, and we mix them with new music, music that we listen to every day. That’s an important part of Ibeyi—playing with the past and the future, or with the tradition and the new music.”As teens they were signed by Richard Russell and the duo released their self-titled album in 2015. They released their lastest album Ash September of last year. Watch the videos below to learn more about Ibeyi’s sound:”Rise Up Wise Up Eyes Up”The #Hamildrop is a music series that draws inspiration from Hamilton, Miranda’s rap musical that remixes the life of Alexander Hamilton. We’re honoured to be able to share with you our contribution to the #Hamildrop,” Ibeyi tweeted out about the song about consciousness and resilience. “River”Beyoncé put on her followers to Ibeyi via an Instagram post with this song in the background back in 2015. The song is dedicated to the Yoruba goddess of sweet, fresh waters, Genius writes. “Carry away my dead leaves/ Let me baptize my soul with the help of your waters/ Sink my pains and complains/Let the river take them, river drown them/My ego and my blame,” the song goes. “We want something that is twisted, we want something that is powerful,” Lisa-Kiandé Lisa-Kia told Much about the video in which they had to hold their breath to shoot.”Deathless”If you listen closely, death is a theme throughout some of Ibeyi’s songs. “Deathless” features Kamasi Washington and is a song about a racist encounter Lisa-Kiandé had with a cop, she told “Song Exploder. Celia CruzPhoto: M. Caulfield/WireImage IbeyiPhoto: David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns Email Esperanza Spalding Is Making Waves In Her Own Lane Princess Nokia Photo: Burak Cingi/Redferns Amara La Negra On Her Afro-Latina Identity Esperanza SpaldingPhoto: Noam Galai/Getty Images 7 Artists Who Have Added New Life To Reggaeton Princess Nokia Is Making Space For The Voiceless Read more IbeyiPhoto: David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns Karol GPhoto: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images Princess Nokia Photo: Burak Cingi/Redferns How Bad Bunny Is Putting Latin Trap On The Map Twitter Sisters, Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz, can be seen through the “All Night” video made as a part of Beyoncé’s film Lemonade– Lisa-Kaindé with her hair in a fro and Naomi with looser long curls. This is also the most obvious way you can tell the twins apart. More recently, the sisters can be heard on the third part of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s August #Hamildrop Hamilton content series. Ibeyi have long known about creating music, however. Their late father, Anga Diaz, was a conga player and a GRAMMY winner. He was a Yoruba, Cuban percussionist who played in Buena Vista Social Club and Orishas. And it is evident that his spirit and culture lives through their music. Meet French-Cuban twin sisters Ibeyi, who mix their Yoruba Cuban roots with electric hip-hop sounds and more, earning them notice from BeyoncéJennifer VelezGRAMMYs Sep 20, 2018 – 5:48 pm French-Cuban twin sisters Ibeyi may have been born and raised in Paris, they spent sometime in Cuba too when they were small, but they are leaving footprints in U.S. pop culture in big ways–even if their first performance on American soil only happened four years ago. Inside Maluca Mala’s Daring Sound Maluca MalaPhoto: J. Grassi/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Ibeyi Are Leaving Their Mark On U.S. Pop Culture How Bad Bunny Is Putting Latin Trap On The Map 7 Artists Who Have Added New Life To Reggaeton Amara La Negra On Her Afro-Latina Identity Bad BunnyPhoto: Steven Ferdman/Getty Images Hispanic Heritage Month 2018 Ibeyi Are Leaving Their Mark On U.S. Pop Culture Ibeyi Are Leaving Their Mark On U.S. Pop Culture Amara La Negra Photo: Mike Pont/Getty Images Maluca MalaPhoto: J. Grassi/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images 7 Artists Who Have Added New Life To Reggaeton Celia CruzPhoto: M. Caulfield/WireImage News Maluca MalaPhoto: J. Grassi/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Karol GPhoto: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images Amara La Negra On Her Afro-Latina Identity The Latinas Of ‘Women Who Rock’ Princess Nokia Is Making Space For The Voiceless Bad BunnyPhoto: Steven Ferdman/Getty Images Ibeyi Are Leaving Their Mark On U.S. Pop Culture cuban-french-duo-ibeyi-are-leaving-their-mark-us-pop-culture Prev Next Amara La Negra Photo: Mike Pont/Getty Images Inside Maluca Mala’s Daring Sound Celia CruzPhoto: M. Caulfield/WireImage Princess Nokia Photo: Burak Cingi/Redferns Inside Maluca Mala’s Daring Sound Bad BunnyPhoto: Steven Ferdman/Getty Images The Latinas Of ‘Women Who Rock’ The Latinas Of ‘Women Who Rock’ Esperanza SpaldingPhoto: Noam Galai/Getty Images Esperanza Spalding Is Making Waves In Her Own Lane Cuban-French Duo Ibeyi Are Leaving Their Mark On U.S. Pop Culture Amara La Negra Photo: Mike Pont/Getty Images Esperanza SpaldingPhoto: Noam Galai/Getty Images Facebook IbeyiPhoto: David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns Princess Nokia Is Making Space For The Voiceless Karol GPhoto: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Full-Time Operations Analyst (Entry Level) at SOVOS CompliancePart-Time Member Services Representative at Planet FitnessFull-Time (Commission) Sales Executive at Locus RoboticsFull-Time Product Marketing Manager at Locus RoboticsFull-Time/Part-Time Movers/Drivers/General Labor at Two Men And A TruckFull-Time Permit Specialist at Vivint SolarFull-Time Financial Analyst at Analog DevicesFull-Time Junior Operations Controller at DSMFull-Time Web & Email Designer at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time IT Project Manager at Charles River Laboratories(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at firstname.lastname@example.org.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 60 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of August 4, 2019)In “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”
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