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EPL to expand in Danville, investing about $37 million and adding 24 jobs

EPL America Inc. in Danville is expanding its manufacturing facility, investing $37.4 million and adding 24 new jobs, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Friday. The company will upgrade its 200,000-square-foot facility and add new machinery. The additional equipment will allow EPL, formerly known as Essel Propack, to grow into the beauty and cosmetic markets and serve customers interested in replacing existing …

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What to do if you miss the IRS tax filing deadline

NEW YORK — If you haven’t filed your 2023 tax return with the IRS yet and you still owe income tax for last year, the good news is you still have time to rectify those situations before you’re penalized for failing to do so. Most filers have until 11:59 p.m. Monday, April 15. Some, however, get an extra day or two …

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European shares sag after ECB as Nasdaq rallies | National

Global stocks were mixed Thursday with the Nasdaq advancing, while a signal by the ECB of a likely interest rate cut in June failed to pull eurozone equities into the green. US wholesale inflation rose by 0.2 percent in March, a bit less than expected. However, on an annual level the index for final demand increased 2.1 percent for the …

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A Proposed Biden Environmental Rule Leaves Foreign Companies Iffy on American Investment

‘There’s no software company in the world that can actually meet that regulation’ (Sean Rayford/Getty Images) The White House touted President Joe Biden’s “Investing In America Agenda” this week, as major companies warn that his administration’s strict environmental regulations are forcing them to reconsider investments in the U.S. that would otherwise help shore up domestic supply chains. Biden’s Environmental Protection …

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Georgia Tech Investment Activity Is at Just 0.55X the National Average | Plus

A combination of economic factors, evolving since 2020, has fundamentally reshaped numerous industries and redefined individuals’ relationships with work. Among the most notable outcomes of these transformations is the surge in entrepreneurial activity, including business sales. Historically low interest rates and high government stimulus provided entrepreneurs and investors with easy access to funding. Transitions to remote and hybrid work and the rise …

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Erie County Clerk’s Office didn’t share $180K in tax money

Erie County Clerk Michael “Mickey” Kearns said Thursday that his office failed to give $180,918 in taxes it collected since 2020 to 17 different cities and towns, as well as the state and the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority. That includes $52,170 in mortgage tax money owed to Clarence and $20,520 owed to Buffalo. The towns of Lancaster, Cheektowaga and Alden …

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