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Lawrence school board ratifies first contract with classified staff labor union

Lawrence Journal World 26 Oct 2021
Meanwhile, Hannah Allison-Natale, the union’s interim president, previously told the Journal-World she was proud to have agreed to the union’s first contract, but the union still believed the district needed to work harder to provide better wages for classified staff.
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Rogers reiterates support for CEO after ousted chairman's move to regain control

Toronto Sun 25 Oct 2021
Rogers Communications Inc reiterated support on Sunday for Chief Executive Joe Natale following attempts by former Chairman Edward Rogers to remove him from the Canadian company ... “We unequivocally support Joe Natale as CEO and support his management team,” Rogers said in a statement ... Business Trends.
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Duelling Rogers boards creating uncertainty for company, CEO and Shaw deal

North Shore News 25 Oct 2021
Until a court rules or both sides come to a consensus, Powers believes questions like these will dog the company and hold up not just day-to-day business but also strategic moves ... Edward, the son of late company founder Ted Rogers, wanted Natale replaced with former chief financial officer, Tony Staffieri.
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Rogers shares slide as battle for control of board deepens

Toronto Sun 25 Oct 2021
Advertisement ... That comes after the company’s board last week voted to remove Edward Rogers, son of late founder Ted Rogers, as chair after he tried to replace CEO Joe Natale with another executive ... Business Trends ... A statement on Sunday from a Rogers Communications spokesperson reiterated Ted Rogers’ widow’s and two daughters’ support for Natale ... .
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ADAM CRAKER: Four ways to rebuild SA — and all require new levels of trust

Business Day 24 Oct 2021
Now, suffering from the highest general unemployment rate in the world at nearly 40% and with 40,000 businesses reeling from the wanton destruction that took place in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in July, it’s no surprise that our people and economy are struggling ... Third, we need to save as many ailing businesses as possible.
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Edward Rogers seeks to assert control at Rogers Communications as company stands firm

Moosejaw Today 23 Oct 2021
Multiple reports say the plan to replace company CEO Joe Natale was blocked by other board members, including Edward Rogers' sisters and mother, and ... It reiterated Natale's commitment to driving business performance and completing its proposed merger with Shaw Communications Inc.
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Edward Rogers out as chair of Rogers Communications as boardroom drama continues (Business)

Castanet 22 Oct 2021
Joe Natale, president and chief executive of Rogers, publicly addressed the feud for the first time during the telecom company's quarterly earnings call Thursday morning ... Natale said he continues to have "strong unequivocal support" from the family-controlled firm's board of directors.
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Lawrence school board to consider ratifying contract with classified staff labor union

Lawrence Journal World 22 Oct 2021
Hannah Allison-Natale, the interim president for the union, told the Journal-World Friday that the union members had approved the contract ... “We will continue to fight until all staff make a living wage and our schools are fully staffed so that we can provide the best education for our children,” Allison-Natale said.
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Edward Rogers out as chair of Rogers Communications as boardroom drama continues

North Shore News 21 Oct 2021
Joe Natale, president and chief executive of Rogers, publicly addressed the feud for the first time during the telecom company's quarterly earnings call Thursday morning ... Natale said he continues to have "strong unequivocal support" from the family-controlled firm's board of directors.
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R1.5 billion approved to support more than 120 businesses hit by July civil unrest, says ...

Independent online (SA) 20 Oct 2021
Patel said the unrest had resulted in damage to hundreds of businesses in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng ... The government’s R3.75bn economic rebuilding package is for the restoration of businesses adversely affected during the violent looting and unrest that took place in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in July ... BUSINESS REPORT .
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Transnet aims to ensure port operations are running by October 26

Business Day 19 Oct 2021
Durban business chamber alarmed about unexplained fires at two port terminals in KwaZulu-Natal ... KwaZulu-Natal.
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Patel says ‘speedy’ processes pushed R1.5bn to unrest-hit businesses

Business Day 19 Oct 2021
... by the looting and destruction that took place in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in July.
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R1.5-billion in funding approved for riot-hit businesses

Mail Guardian South Africa 19 Oct 2021
The government had to hit the ground running to support businesses affected by July’s unrest ... In the wake of the unrest — which tore through parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, costing businesses billions of rand — the government responded by establishing a R3.75-billion relief package.
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Solidarity Fund and NEF to provide R450m to businesses hit by looting

Business Day 18 Oct 2021
The Solidarity Fund and the National Empowerment Fund (NEF) have teamed up to offer R450m in financial assistance to businesses affected by the civil unrest that gripped KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng earlier this year. .
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