Access The Best Homeowners Insurance In Spokane, WA With KBG Insurance & Financial

SPOKANE, WA / ACCESSWIRE / September 18, 2020 / Spokane, WA based KBG Insurance & Financial is making it their mission to bring the best insurance policies to their community. As part of their efforts, the agency wishes to highlight the advantages their customers stand to gain from their services. In doing so, they hope to encourage their community to act today and get the insurance coverage they deserve. Learn more here:

According to the agency, the true power in homeowner’s insurance lies in stiff competition, which is why they make it a point of working with only the top providers in the region. By giving their customers access to the excellent policies offered by these providers, KBG Insurance & Financial asserts that homeowners are far less likely to find themselves without help in the event of an emergency.

“Home is where you should have the most peace of

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NY Sports Club latest chain to seek bankruptcy protection


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How Ethereum’s DeFi Darling YFI Reached $1 Billion In 2 Months’s native governance token, YFI, is now the second-biggest decentralized finance (DeFi) coin in the cryptocurrency market. Its market capitalization has surpassed $1.1 billion just one and a half months after its launch.

Four major components contributed to the rapid success of unique supply, an active community, a respected developer, and innovative products.

Unique Supply, No Premine, Decentralized

The process of’s launch garnered the attention of many DeFi enthusiasts since the beginning. 

Andrew Cronje, the main developer behind, rebranded, and relaunched with a suite of products. Cronje released YFI with no premine, a fixed supply of just 30,000 tokens, and no founder reward.

The transparent and decentralized launch of, which also gives YFI token holders all the governance rights, made the DeFi protocol unique. 

“The lead developer behind

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Next Insurance to Seek $2.25 Billion Valuation in Funding Round

(Bloomberg) — Next Insurance is in talks to raise new capital in a round that values the insurance technology startup at about $2.25 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Alphabet Inc.’s CapitalG is in talks to lead the roughly $250 million funding round for the Palo Alto, California-based company, the people said, asking not to be identified because the matter is private.

The round would about double Next Insurance’s valuation from its last fundraising. It last raised $250 million in October from German reinsurer Munich Re, which gave it a valuation of more than $1 billion.

The round hasn’t been finalized and its terms could still change.

Representatives for Next Insurance and CapitalG didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Next Insurance, which caters to small businesses, is also backed by investors including Redpoint Ventures, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. and American Express Ventures.

Online insurance company Hippo Enterprises Inc.

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Hungary extends loan moratorium as economy struggles to recover from pandemic

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Mihály Varga wearing a suit and tie: FILE PHOTO: Hungarian Finance Minister Mihaly Varga speaks during a business conference in Budapest

FILE PHOTO: Hungarian Finance Minister Mihaly Varga speaks during a business conference in Budapest

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary will extend a moratorium on loan repayments for some households and companies until the middle of 2021, as its finance minister warned the economy could struggle to grow next year unless a coronavirus vaccine is found.


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Prime Minister Viktor Orban introduced the moratorium for all companies and private borrowers in March as one of his government’s key measures to help reduce the economic fallout from the pandemic. It was due to expire at the end of the year.

In a video posted on his official Facebook page on Saturday, Orban said the moratorium would be extended by six months for families with children, the retired, unemployed and those in public works programmes.

The extension until the middle of 2021 will also apply to companies

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Five mistakes to avoid while buying health insurance

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During these unprecedented times with COVD-19, our priorities and perception towards life have changed in many ways. People have realised the importance of health and taking care of it from the early days of life. The world we live in today is already full of uncertainties and prioritising our health has become one of our major tasks. We need to have a financial backup as medical costs are skyrocketing. Many have now understood the importance of having a health insurance policy, but people often fail to buy the right one that suits their requirements. 

Here are a few suggestions that one should consider while purchasing a health insurance policy, which is now easily available online in a contactless manner. 

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Never ignore exclusions: Exclusions are situations that are at times not covered by your insurer. People often only go

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Oracle and TikTok struck a deal. What it is, none will say

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McDonald’s Sales Are Up. The Stock Is on Track to Reach New Highs.

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stock set an intraday record high Monday morning and was on track for its first record close since August 2019.

The stock (ticker: MCD) was up $1.9% to $222.12 and has risen 4.9% amid a five-trading-day winning streak, according to Dow Jones Market Data. Shares were up 62% from their 52-week closing low, set on March 23.

In a note on Sunday, Piper Sandler analyst Nicole Miller Regan said her firm’s restaurant checks suggest sales were positive in August, “driven in part by McDonald’slong-standing brand popularity with consumers as preferred quick-service brand.”

“Our initial September checks suggest trends are on pace to be sequentially higher driven in part by upcoming promotions including Spicy McNuggets and the Travis Scott Meal promotion,” she noted.

Operators also indicated the company’s breakfast sales—which were slammed amid Covid-19 shutdowns and the work-from-home trend—have seen some improvement.

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House to investigate DeJoy’s possible campaign finance law violations

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats said Tuesday they will investigate whether Postmaster General Louis DeJoy encouraged employees at his former business to contribute to Republican candidates and then reimbursed them in the guise of bonuses, a violation of campaign finance laws.

Five people who worked for DeJoy’s former company, New Breed Logistics, say they were urged by DeJoy’s aides or by DeJoy himself to write checks and attend fundraisers at his mansion in Greensboro, North Carolina, The Washington Post reported. Two former employees told the newspaper that DeJoy would later give bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions.

It’s not illegal to encourage employees to contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them as a way of avoiding federal campaign contribution limits.

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, who chairs the House Oversight Committee, said in a statement Tuesday that if the allegations are true, “DeJoy could face criminal exposure —

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The Cautionary Tale Of Unilever And The Netherlands

Paul Polman, the ex-CEO of Unilever, is often acknowledged as among the first champions of stakeholder capitalism. He believed that CEOs should use their position to save the world rather than merely attempt to manage their firms to maximize shareholder value. One of his more extra ordinary remarks in his long career: “I always say I represent one of the biggest NGOs.” 

An initiative of his left unfinished though was to merge Unilever’s two headed structure, respectively based in the U.K. and the Netherlands, into one and move the head office to Rotterdam. This prompted a lot of shareholder opposition, because it would jeopardize Unilever’s inclusion

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