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10 p.m. Update: Power to 525,000 Georgia Power customers restored following Hurricane Irma

Damage assessment following widespread destruction from Hurricane Irma is in progress throughout Georgia and must be completed as an essential step to efficiently and effectively allocate resources.  During assessment and restoration, Georgia Power must wait until conditions are safe for crews to begin power restoration and additional heavy rain or high winds may impact efforts. Additional challenges faced following the storm include downed trees, blocked roads and bridges that must be inspected...

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10 p.m. Update: 925,000 Georgia Power customers without power Monday night due to Hurricane Irma

Georgia Power has experienced widespread, extensive damage due to high winds, heavy rain and fallen trees as a result of Hurricane Irma. Once the storm leaves affected areas, the company must wait until conditions are safe for damage assessment teams to enter the field and begin the restoration process, followed by repair crews, which could take several days, if not weeks, depending on the amount of damage and safe access to the area. As weather conditions improve, restoration efforts will accelerate,...

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*MEDIA ADVISORY*: CSRA to Sponsor CSIS Event on Strengthening the Federal Government's Cyber Defenses

After decades of effort to strengthen the federal government's cyber defenses, are we really more secure? The federal government operates a patchwork of IT systems across multiple agencies, many of which are decades old, costly to maintain and contain known vulnerabilities. The president recently signed an executive order which highlighted the importance of strengthening the security of federal networks and outlined the new administration's approach to dealing with these challenges. ...

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'Twas The Fun Before Christmas: Build-A-Bear Workshop Introduces Gifts For Everyone On Your List, A Thanksgiving Turkey, New Merry Mission Reindeer And More

FUN TO MAKE, FUN TO GIVE!Now is the time to "stuff" and "dress" our new make-your-own Gobblin' Turkey!  Add a gobblin' sound chip and a Thanksgiving pilgrim outfit all just in time to celebrate the holiday; then, bring the bird home from a Build-A-Bear Workshop store or find it at the new buildabear.com. The Merry Mission reindeer are back to save the holidays once again, because the "Nice List" is so long! In addition...

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'Open architecture innovation' will drive new growth for insurers, according to Aon GIMO report

The study highlights that Insurtech could be an enabler rather than a disruptor of the traditional insurance model. The fast-growing entrepreneurial Insurtech segment – that has secured approximately USD14bn in investments to date across more than 550 start-ups globally – may have a more supportive role for insurers than previously thought via 'open architecture innovation'. Established organizations play an important role in open architecture innovation, by collaborating in...

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'Ohana Health Plan Recognizes Better Tomorrows and Towers at Kuhio Park for Member Initiative Support

Last year, thanks to the "It Takes a Village" initiative and its incentive program, 'Ohana was able to close 50 percent of the care gaps in the Towers at Kuhio Park community by successfully motivating members to participate in vital preventive care such as immunizations, cancer screenings, women's health screenings and more. "We're grateful for our collaboration with Better Tomorrows and the Towers at Kuhio Park for contributing...

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$19,500 Donated to USO of Illinois from Combined Insurance Charity Golf Outing

Nearly 100 Combined Insurance employees, vendors and guests came together at Old Orchard Country Club in Mount Prospect to golf and give back. The event kicked off with the presentation of colors by Marine Recruiting Station Chicago and the singing of our national anthem by Alleece Baker, as well as remarks from Alison Ruble, President and CEO of USO of Illinois. "Combined Insurance colleagues enjoyed a beautiful day of golf and goodwill...

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$14.9 Million Loan Arranged by Walker & Dunlop for EVEN Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh's Historic Kauffman Building

Built in 1887, this Pittsburgh landmark, also known as "The Big Store," was the largest and most prominent department store in the area, spanning an entire city block. Edgar J. Kauffman, patron of Fallingwater and the original property owner, commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design the executive offices of this iconic building.  EVEN Hotel is part of a master redevelopment, dubbed Kaufmann's Grand on Fifth, which will include...

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$135 Million Multifamily Investment Sale Closed in Doral, Florida by Walker & Dunlop Investment Sales

Mr. Pesant commented, "The transaction represents a unique opportunity to acquire a stabilized, trophy property in a high-growth market." Home to large employers such as the Federal Reserve, Carnival Cruise Lines, Miami Herald, Telemundo, PepsiCo, BE Aerospace, and Amazon, Doral has been the fastest growing city in Florida over the past decade and was the eleventh fastest growing city in the country. The property sits on 5.7 acres and...

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$116 Million Fannie Mae Green Rewards Loan Rate Locked in Record Time by Walker & Dunlop

Thanks to its close relationship with RW Selby & Co. (the "Borrower"), Walker & Dunlop's team was able to begin the due diligence process ahead of time, proactively completing the appropriate inspections, third party reports, and Fannie Mae High Performance Building Report. The team, led by Managing Director Trevor Fase, was therefore in a position to rate lock at the optimal time for the Borrower. When a short-term drop in the treasury occurred the day before a holiday weekend, the...

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"Hits for Homes" returns to Miller Park this baseball season

MILWAUKEE, April 4, 2017 -- For the third consecutive year, Associated Bank and Brewers Community Foundation teamed-up to launch "Hits for Homes" at Miller Park on Opening Day. This charitable program benefits Housing Resources, Inc. (HRI), a nonprofit organization that provides support to low- to moderate-income homeowners in the Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha Counties. For every hit recorded by the Brewers during 2017 home games, Associated Bank and Brewers Community Foundation...

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"Comerica Park Perks" Returns for Detroit Tigers' 2017 Season

DETROIT, May 9, 2017 -- Comerica Bank and the Detroit Tigers are returning as partners in the "Comerica Park Perks" program, which provides special benefits such as a VIP gate entrance at Comerica Park, VIP pregame parties, ticket giveaways and discounts, and more for Comerica Bank customers. New this year are a Detroit Tigers Visa® Bonus Rewards Card, which rewards customers with one point for every dollar spent on eligible net purchases plus automatic bonus points each month, and a Detroit...

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