May 14, 2021


A Purpose Through Business | Bethel University

At age 13, Nyenatee Davis GS’20 embarked on his first business venture when he started selling candy to his classmates to help his parents support their family. “I had no idea that the need to survive was birthing in me an entrepreneurial ability,” he says. That experience would eventually grow into a lifelong passion. Today, Davis is a successful businessman in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, where he operates a car rental service and manages rental properties with his wife. And he’s looking to pay it forward and share his profit for business by hosting seminars for aspiring entrepreneurs—helping share skills he

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Rowan University sues insurance company for not covering millions in losses amid COVID crisis

Rowan University has joined the growing list of businesses in New Jersey filing suit against insurance companies for not covering losses associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

The university claims in court papers Factory Mutual Insurance Company of Rhode Island has failed to honor an all-risk commercial property policy that ran from July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020.

The lawsuit, filed last month in state Superior Court in Gloucester County, states the policy promises coverage for business losses and extra expenses due to “interruption by communicable disease.”

The policy, which covered all of Rowan’s 24 locations in the state, should

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Howard University takes on golf, with Steph Curry’s money and a coach’s moxie

He’s wearing a Bison face mask that creeps below his graying mustache and a hat emblazoned with the logo of NBA superstar Stephen Curry. He towers from the top of the hill, arms crossed, mostly silent. Here — on any course, really — is where Puryear finds peace. If he had his way, he would get lost on its rolling hills and blend in with the Bermuda grass.

“Like a ghost,” Puryear says. “I’m okay with people not knowing that I exist.”

But Puryear, a 50-year-old Black man, sticks out in a sport still grappling with

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Millersville University cyber attack: Some personal information compromised

We are learning more about a recent cyber attack on Millersville University that shut down the school’s computer system.On Wednesday, university President Daniel Wubah sent out a letter that said the personal information of a “handful” of individuals had been compromised.Spokesperson Janet Kacskos couldn’t give an exact number but said it’s “very few individuals.”The university said all of the people affected are being notified and are being provided with resources to deal with the breach.Millersville said it has not yet pinpointed the source of the attack and is still working to repair it.While this breach was successful, the school said … Read More