The card now offers flooded mailboxes; The Catch with Buy Now Pay Later

It’s not just you. Banks are really sending more credit card offers Americans have paid off their credit card debt during the pandemic. Credit card issuers are spending big to get them to borrow again. Lenders spend on direct mail and generous rewards to attract customers and increase balances. Bank …

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This Thanksgiving, discover new Indigenous art in Seattle

Another thought-provoking wall hanging is “Charmed – Canoe Journey”, by longtime Northwest artist. Joe feddersen, member of the Confederate Tribes of Colville (Okanagan and Arrow Lakes). The work, exhibited at the Tacoma Glass Museum as part of the new group exhibition What are you looking at ? : An eccentric …

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Can Upstart’s business model live up to market expectations?

Expectations are sky-high for the artificial intelligence lending platform Holdings reached (NASDAQ: UPST), which is trading at around 295 times earnings after the stock has plunged about 24% since the company reported third-quarter earnings. Upstart, with its machine learning and 28 billion cells of training data, seeks to replace traditional …

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Walmart is getting back on its feet

20 November 2021 IN THEORY THIS should be a good time to be Walmart, the dean of America’s leading retailers in the stagflation era of the 1970s. Inflation is back, but no one knows better than the Bentonville Beast how to use the power of rumble to convince suppliers to …

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Valley News – Out & About: Silent art auction benefits Afghan refugees settling in the Upper Valley

Posted: 11/18/2021 11:44:14 AM Modified: 11/18/2021 11:44:12 AM LEBANON – This Friday’s Anonymous Coffeehouse show will have a new addition: a silent art auction to benefit Afghan refugees resettling in the Upper Valley. The auction will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the First Congregational Church of …

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In Prospect New Orleans, artists rely on history to capture the city’s complicated present

The first edition of Prospect New Orleans opened in November 2008, just three years after Hurricane Katrina left its mark on the city forever, highlighting the systemic injustices facing communities of color on the Gulf Coast. This legacy is very much present in the fifth iteration of Prospect, “Yesterday, We …

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AAPL dividend announcement $ 0.4000 / share 11/17/2021

On 11/17/2021, Cmt-Com / C & F Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: CFFI) declared a dividend of $ 0.4,000 per share payable on January 1, 2022 to shareholders of record on December 15, 2021. Cmt-Com / C & F Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: CFFI) has been paying dividends since 1995, has a current …

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McLean Art Society showcases local art in Arlington

Dipali Rabadiya won first place for his painting “Eggs and Cups”, which was sold and claimed. This painting, also by Rabadiya, has a similar theme. The church service is held at Walker Chapel United Methodist Church on Glebe Road in Arlington on Sunday, November 14. Parishioners head to their community …

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Frida Kahlo sets new auction record for Latin art – beating Diego Rivera – at Sotheby’s $ 283 million modern art evening sale

The Sotheby’s auction house this evening expected the flagship lot of the modern art auction, a portrait of Frida Kahlo, to hit the headlines with a new record for a female artist, but it has rather set a different record. The stage was set for Kahlo to overtake Georgia O’Keeffe …

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