Business owner – Goodbye Pert Breasts http://goodbyepertbreasts.com/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 15:30:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon.png Business owner – Goodbye Pert Breasts http://goodbyepertbreasts.com/ 32 32 California limo company owner charged with workers’ compensation fraud – InsuranceNewsNet https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/california-limo-company-owner-charged-with-workers-compensation-fraud-insurancenewsnet/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 15:21:25 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/california-limo-company-owner-charged-with-workers-compensation-fraud-insurancenewsnet/ Gamlet Abramian, 47, of Porter Ranch, Calif., was arrested last week on charges of workers’ compensation fraud after a California Department of Insurance investigation found he allegedly underreported the corporate payroll to save more than $210,000 in insurance premiums. Abramian owns or is involved in the management of three limo companies in the Los Angeles […]]]>

Gamlet Abramian, 47, of Porter Ranch, Calif., was arrested last week on charges of workers’ compensation fraud after a California Department of Insurance investigation found he allegedly underreported the corporate payroll to save more than $210,000 in insurance premiums.

Abramian owns or is involved in the management of three limo companies in the Los Angeles area: D&D Limo, Superior Enterprise and On Time Coach Executive. The Department’s investigation began after the California Public Utilities Commission’s licensing unit noticed that Abramian had reported between five and 12 drivers, but did not have a motor vehicle accident insurance policy. work or had not reported any employees to the insurance company.

The investigation found Abramian failed to report any payroll to the insurance company, allegedly in an effort to save on workers’ compensation premiums. As part of the investigation, a search warrant was served on the companies’ banks, which showed unreported payroll between June 2018 and September 2020. The unreported payroll resulted in $212,667 in unpaid premiums to the company insurance and left the employees uninsured.

Abramian surrendered and was arraigned on Monday, June 13, 2022. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is pursuing the case.

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Business owners will reap the economic benefits of the Kentuckiana Pride Festival https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/business-owners-will-reap-the-economic-benefits-of-the-kentuckiana-pride-festival/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 22:51:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/business-owners-will-reap-the-economic-benefits-of-the-kentuckiana-pride-festival/ TWO YEARS. THE CELEBRATIONS STARTED BRIGHT AND EARLY HERE NREA THE BIG FOUR BRGEID AND THE CROWD HAS CONTINUED TO GROW SINCE AND ALL THESE PEOPLE COULDN’T BE A BETTER SIGN FOR THESE VENDORS. WEOT G HERE AT 8:30 INITIALLY. YEAH, AND THEY WERE NOT THE ONLY ONE OF THE DOZENS OF BUSINESS OWNERS TO […]]]>

TWO YEARS. THE CELEBRATIONS STARTED BRIGHT AND EARLY HERE NREA THE BIG FOUR BRGEID AND THE CROWD HAS CONTINUED TO GROW SINCE AND ALL THESE PEOPLE COULDN’T BE A BETTER SIGN FOR THESE VENDORS. WEOT G HERE AT 8:30 INITIALLY. YEAH, AND THEY WERE NOT THE ONLY ONE OF THE DOZENS OF BUSINESS OWNERS TO MAKE THE BIG, BRIGHT LAWN HERE AND EARLY SATURDAY TO TURN THE TSEHE TENTS INTO MANY STORES. HOPEING TO GET THE ATTENTION OF BIG KENTUCKY BUSINESS. CROWD WE WERE HERE LAST YEAR. IT’S AT LEAST DOUBLE THE ATTENDANCE AND IT’S SO FUN AS RETURNING VENDORS LIKE BE ABLE SERVICES OWNERS GOT TO SEE A BIGGER THAN NORMAL CROWD FOR THE FIRST TIME LIKE EBONY NEVILLE. ARE JUST HAPPY TO REAP THE BENEFITS. I TRY TO BUILD ANY EMPIRE TO START SOMEWHERE. SO WE START HERE NOW EVENT ORGANIZERS SAY TOTAL. THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY.

Dozens of business owners hope to reap economic benefits from Kentuckiana Pride Festival

Now that the Kentuckiana Pride Festival is in full swing, vendors are excited. COVID-19 had put the festivities on hold for two years, now with festival goers returning, business owners can expect to see some benefits. “I’m trying to build an empire so it starts somewhere, so it starts here and now,” said salesman Ebony Nevell. Event organizers say that in total there were about 150 vendors at the Louisville event.

Now that the Kentuckiana Pride Festival is in full swing, vendors are thrilled.

COVID-19 had put the festivities on hold for two years, now that festival-goers are back, business owners can expect to see some benefits.

“I’m trying to build an empire so it starts somewhere, so it starts here and now,” said salesman Ebony Nevell.

Event organizers say that in total there were about 150 vendors at the Louisville event.

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Cheslea owner Boehly wary of FFP’s impact on transfer business https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/cheslea-owner-boehly-wary-of-ffps-impact-on-transfer-business/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 05:41:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/cheslea-owner-boehly-wary-of-ffps-impact-on-transfer-business/ Soccer Football – Premier League – Chelsea v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Stamford Bridge, London, Britain – May 7, 2022 Chelsea’s new owner Todd Boehly reacts REUTERS/Tony Obrien Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register June 17 (Reuters) – UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules are becoming clearer and clubs will no longer be able […]]]>

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June 17 (Reuters) – UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules are becoming clearer and clubs will no longer be able to sign players ‘at any cost’ due to sanction risks, new owner says of Chelsea, Todd Boehly.

An investment group led by Boehly and Clearlake Capital acquired Chelsea in May after former owner Roman Abramovich put the club up for sale following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which Moscow calls a “special military operation”. Read more

Chelsea have been England’s most successful side since Abramovich bought the club in 2003, largely thanks to the Russian’s investment.

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“Financial fair play is starting to have teeth and that will limit the ability to acquire players at any cost,” Boehly said at the SuperReturn International conference in Berlin.

“UEFA takes this seriously and will continue to take it seriously. (More teeth) means financial penalties and disqualification from sporting competitions.”

Boehly, who is co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB team, said he hopes to use an American model to develop football’s financial potential and help Chelsea players build a better personal brand.

“We think the sport’s global footprint is really underdeveloped,” Boehly said. “There are four billion European football fans. There are 170 million NFL fans. Global club football is only a fraction of the NFL’s media money.

“We will also think about how to get more revenue for the players?

“If you look at LeBron James (of the NBA), for example, he has a whole company and a whole team dedicated to what’s off the court.

“So I think there’s an opportunity to capture some of that American mentality in English sports and really develop it.”

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Colerain Bowl closes after 60 years in business https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/colerain-bowl-closes-after-60-years-in-business/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 14:22:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/colerain-bowl-closes-after-60-years-in-business/ Colerain Bowl closes after 60 years in business, owners say Updated: 10:22 a.m. EDT June 15, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript CON:LI LEADS THE WAY WITH BREAKTHROUGH THIS MORNING. AN EXPLOSION IN A HOUSE IN MADEIRA. KEY: LL REALLY EXPENSIVE – REALLY EXTENSIVE DAMAGES HERE. MIANA MASSEY OF WLWT NEWS 5 LEADED THE WAY ALL […]]]>

Colerain Bowl closes after 60 years in business, owners say



CON:LI LEADS THE WAY WITH BREAKTHROUGH THIS MORNING. AN EXPLOSION IN A HOUSE IN MADEIRA. KEY: LL REALLY EXPENSIVE – REALLY EXTENSIVE DAMAGES HERE. MIANA MASSEY OF WLWT NEWS 5 LEADED THE WAY ALL MORNING. MAI ANNA, WE DEVELOP AT SPEED. WE KNOW SOMEONE WAS INSIDE. MIA:AN WE WERE ABLE TO GET CLOSE. I WANT TO SHOW YOU WHAT IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW. THE TEAMS ARE ALWAYS ON STAGE. YOU CAN SEE THE FIRE CHIEF, POLICE ON THE SCENE, AS WELL AS UTILITY TEAMS WORKING TO ASSEMBLE THE PIECES OF THIS EXPLOSION OVERNIGHT. CAMEN I CALL AROUND 1:30 AM THIS MORNING. IT WAS ORIGINALLY A STRUCTURAL FIRE. ATTH IS WHEN THE TEAMS ARRIVED AND THEY SAW, AND THEY BELIEVE AFTER INVESTIGATING THAT IT COULD HAVE BEEN EXPSILOON NATURAL GAS. IF YOU LOOK AT THIS HOUSE, YOU CAN SEE COMPLETELY BLOWN WINDOWS. THE FRONT DOOR YOU CAN SEE THROUGH THE LIVING ROOM. WE TALKED TO THE TEAMS HERE. THEY EVEN SAY THROUGH THE BACK WE CAN’T SEE BUT THE WHOLE BACK OF THE HOUSE IS BLOWN. THEY ARE ON STAGE. THEY FOUND A MAN AT THE HOUSE THAT THEY SUGGESTED TO GO INTO, SO THEY HAD TO GO THROUGH A TUNNEL. ONCE THEY FOUND THE M, ANTHEY BROUGHT MHI, TREATED IT ON SCENE, THEN TRANSPORTED IT TO UC HOSPITAL. HE IS IN A SERIOUS CONDITION, HE IS TREATED FOR BURNS. THE TEAMS STILL ON STAGE, INVESTIGATING AND ASSEMBLING THE PIECES, SPIN TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IS GOING ON HERE. CON:LI THANK YOU OR F FOR BEING ON STAGE. ALSO AT THE CASTING THIS MORNING POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A FATAL SHOOTING IN CHEVIOT. KELLY: WE HAVE HEARED THAT A PEONRS WAS KILLED AFTER TAKING EARTH ON THE HEAD AND A MINOR WAS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. POLICE TELL US THE MINOR SAYS HE MAY BE A THIRD VICTIM, BUT THEY HAVE NOT LOCATED ONE. CURRENTLY, THE HAMILTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IS USING DRONES TO FIND THE THIRD POSSIBLE VICTIM. YOU CAN SEE A LARGE POLICE PRESENCE. IT IS BREAK THIS MORNING. WE WILL GET YOU UPDATES AS WE GET NEW INFORMATION. CON:LI THE OTHER BIG TAYOD STORY IS THE COMBINATION OF HEAT AND ELECTRICITY TODAY. SFR THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE STILL WAITING FOR ELECTRICITY AFTER 6 3 HOURS OF OUTAGE. THE LATEST FROM DUKE IS THAT IT COULD BE AS LATE AS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. COLIN: AT THE TOP, THERE WERE APPROXIMATELY 160,5000 PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER. NOW THAT NUMBER IS DOWN TO 12,000. WITH HIGH HEAT THIS WEEK, AND TODAY BEINEVG HOTTER THAN YESTERDAY, EVERY MINUTE COUNTS WITHOUT A WAY TO KEEP CO.OL SOME PEOPLE SEEK SAFETY IN CENTERS COOLING THE AREA TO GET RELIEF. HEOTRS GET CREATIVE AT FINDING WAYS TO KEEP COOL, WHILE THEY WAIT FOR CREWS TO SWITCH THE LIGHTS ON. >> HOPE IT WAS ON IN THE MORNING AND IT WAS NOT. SO NOW WE’RE JUST GOING TO THE LOW PLAN, AWAY FROM HE BEING CONCERNED ABOUT FOOD AND OURET P ALMOST THROWED THE DOGS AND SIT ON THE PORCH, DRINKING TEA, WATCHING THE UTILITY VEHICLES RETURN TO FOH.RT COLIN: IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO BEAT THEAT, SCAN THE QR CODE ON YOUR SCREEN. WE HAVE CREATED A LIST OF COOLING CENTERS AND POOLS THAT ARE OPEN. OUR GUIDE ALSO DETAILS SITES THAT OFFER OTHER LP, INCLUDING RECHARGE AREAS AND A WATER REFILL STATION. LET’S GET A FINAL WEATHER CHECK. KAE: Thank you. ALL THIS IS IMPORTANT. EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNINGS ARE IN PLACE FOR THE ENTIRE VIEWING AREA. WATCH HEAT INDEX VALUES BETWEEN 105 AND 110 TODAY. CURRENT AIR TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 90S. IT WILL BE NEAR A RECORD. YOUR DAILY PLANNER WITH THE HEAT INDEX SHOWS HERE THESE 100 ASSESSMENTS EARLY AT NOON TODAY. WE’RE GOING UP INCREDIBLY FAST. IT WILL NOT GET BETTER UNTIL WE ENTER WISEEKEND. STL ILPRETTY HOT FRIDAY. TEMPERATURES NEAR 90 DEGREES, WITH LOWER HUMIDITY VALUES. TEMPERATURES IN THE HIGH 70S TO LOW 80S ARE COMING FOR THE WEEKEND. UNFORTUNATELY, WE COULD BE BACK INTO THE UPPER 90S AND EVEN NEAR 100 AT THE START OF NEXT WEEK. BACK TO YOU. KELLY: A LOT OF STAYING OVER, TI

Colerain Bowl closes after 60 years in business, owners say

A popular West Side attraction is closing after more than 60 years in operation. The owners, the Ruggerie family, posted the Colerain Bowls page on Facebook saying they had made the difficult decision to close permanently. for June 15, 2022 The owners said the economic landscape in recent years has forced them to cease operations effective June 30. Colerain Bowl opened in November 1960 under the management of Fran Ruggerie. Ruggerie developed the business along with three other Gold Triangle Recreation Centers: See-More Lanes, Colerain Bowl and Northwest Lanes. “Our father never met a stranger and the value he placed on the customer experience has been a lasting legacy at Colerain; he knew what true hospitality was and taught it as a role model,” declared the owners in the post. thank their customers and employees for their support and loyalty over the years. “We are so grateful to our employees whose efforts to promote the sport of bowling through instruction, league play, high school sports programs, tournaments and good old family fun have been immeasurable,” the owners said. in the post. They said it was a bittersweet ending.

A popular West Side attraction is closing after more than 60 years in operation.

The owners, the Ruggerie family, posted on Facebook on the Colerain Bowls page saying they had made the difficult decision to close permanently.

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The owners said the economic landscape in recent years forced them to cease operations effective June 30.

Colerain Bowl opened in November 1960 under the management of Fran Ruggerie.

Ruggerie developed the business along with three others, Gold Triangle Fun Centers: See-More Lanes, Colerain Bowl and Northwest Lanes.

“Our father never met a stranger and the value he placed on the customer experience has been a lasting legacy at Colerain; he knew what true hospitality was and taught it as a role model,” said the owners in the message.

The owners then thanked their customers and employees for their support and loyalty over the years.

“We are so grateful to our employees whose efforts to promote the sport of bowling through instruction, league games, high school sports programs, tournaments and good old family fun have been immeasurable,” the owners said in the post.

They said it was a bittersweet ending.

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University Heights business owners smoke as city begins work on protected bike lanes – NBC 7 San Diego https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/university-heights-business-owners-smoke-as-city-begins-work-on-protected-bike-lanes-nbc-7-san-diego/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 00:03:56 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/university-heights-business-owners-smoke-as-city-begins-work-on-protected-bike-lanes-nbc-7-san-diego/ A small but vocal group of business owners in University Heights lashed out at San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria and the city council in a hastily organized protest early Monday morning. In University Heights, city crews are preparing Park Blvd for new protected bike lanes. Companies are upset because 88 parking spaces will be removed. […]]]>

A small but vocal group of business owners in University Heights lashed out at San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria and the city council in a hastily organized protest early Monday morning.

As the group criticized city leaders, crews began working on Park Boulevard on the next phase of the city’s resurfacing plan.

These are new protected bike lanes that business owners say will do away with coveted parking spots.

“I’m incredibly frustrated,” University Heights’ Susy Holts said of Gloria. “I despise what is happening. [Gloria] and the city council does not listen to the people or the inhabitants.”

“I think the mayor is more concerned about city life and density than what he’s going to do for the small businesses in this area,” said business owner Ben Evans.

Protected Bike Lanes will eliminate 88 parking spaces along a one-mile stretch of Park Boulevard between Adams and University Avenues.

City officials, however, are quick to point out that there will be 165 parking spaces left after the bike lanes are installed.

“The city continued to analyze parking in the area and discovered that it could add an additional 55 spaces on cross streets in the area by converting angled and parallel parking to front parking on many side streets that intersect with Park Boulevard,” Anthony said. Santacroce, a senior public information official for the city of San Diego.

The new bike lanes will be built adjacent to the pedestrian sidewalk, alongside a three-foot safety lane. A parking lane will be outside the security lane, alongside a single lane of two-way traffic.

Residents fear the project will force delivery trucks to park in the middle of the street, blocking both lanes of traffic. There are also concerns about potential access for buses and emergency vehicles.

“Where are all of our customers going to park if we lose this parking lot?” Evans asked. “How are we supposed to stay in business?”

Business owners said their complaints and concerns were ignored by the city.

“I’ve been in business for 30 years, and this is the first time I’ve felt threatened that the city isn’t on my side, the city wants me out of business,” Lance Stratton said. “I don’t appreciate that.”

A rep for Gloria noted that bike lanes on Park Boulevard were called for a year ago in three different plans: the city’s bicycle master plan, the downtown community plan, and the North Park community plan. , each established with significant public input and scrutiny.

“A single death or serious injury on city streets is unacceptable, and in 2021 alone, 16 cyclists were killed in San Diego,” said Dave Rolland, Gloria’s deputy communications director. “We need to make cycling safer for residents, and that’s why Mayor Gloria is creating more and more protected routes. The mayor is also committed to meeting the ambitious goals of the climate action plan of the city to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and decreasing car trips and increasing bike trips is a major part of achieving these goals.”

As business owners have spoken out, several University Heights residents have expressed satisfaction with efforts to make roads safer for cyclists.

“You know, I live here and I use Park Boulevard to get around,” an unidentified resident said. “I’m really excited to be able to cycle safely around my neighborhood.”

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The teenage owner of a Queenstown piercing business – ‘Age is just a number’ https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/the-teenage-owner-of-a-queenstown-piercing-business-age-is-just-a-number/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 20:23:28 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/the-teenage-owner-of-a-queenstown-piercing-business-age-is-just-a-number/ Kasey Bonn in her piercing studio in Queenstown. Photo/ODT You could say that Kasey Bonn has nerves of steel. The 18-year-old is probably one of New Zealand’s youngest business owners, starting a new chapter in the history of Queenstown-based Innersteel Body Piercing studio. Skyline Arcade closed after the sudden death of 54-year-old owner David van […]]]>

Kasey Bonn in her piercing studio in Queenstown. Photo/ODT

You could say that Kasey Bonn has nerves of steel.

The 18-year-old is probably one of New Zealand’s youngest business owners, starting a new chapter in the history of Queenstown-based Innersteel Body Piercing studio.

Skyline Arcade closed after the sudden death of 54-year-old owner David van der Camp in mid-March.

He was considered one of the best piercers in New Zealand.

Now his legacy continues with the reopening of Innersteel by his young stranger, who is the new owner and manager.

Bonn reopened last Saturday, with the holiday weekend and the Luma event combining to deliver the “perfect” busy week to open, with record numbers.

Raised in Queenstown, Bonn left school after graduating from NCEA Level 2, eager to start working.

Her mother told her she could leave if she found a full-time job.

She was working part-time in retail and she ran into van der Camp, recognizing him from a previous piercing.

Randomly, she asked him if he would ever teach someone how to drill. He told her that he had thought the same thing.

He invited her to lunch the next day for an interview and the pair “clicked” and quickly became good friends. He asked if she wanted to work full time for him.

When asked if she’d thought about becoming a drill, Bonn said she always knew she’d probably end up doing something “a little different.”

She always loved working with people and she was also passionate about music and quite creative.

Still, she didn’t expect to become a drill “that’s for sure – but hey, life has its ways,” she said.

Bonn admitted that embarking on her new career was rather daunting.

“I was really scared. You don’t want to hurt people, do you.” But, she said, what was “a bit of temporary pain for a lifetime of beauty.”

Her first piercing was a nipple from a friend of hers.

Doing it quickly and well was the key.

“If your technique is really correct, the pain will be minimal,” she said.

Van der Camp’s support was “incredible” and she was grateful to have been trained by one of the best piercers in New Zealand, if not the world.

Covid-19 meant he couldn’t afford to keep her on full time, so she worked for him on the weekends.

She had been away in a van for five weeks with her boyfriend and it was on the day she intended to see him when he returned that she heard the “absolutely devastating” news of his death.

She opened Innersteel for two days, selling jewelry and breaking into queues of people to raise money for her two sons who were her “pride and zest for life”.

Around $17,000 was raised between that and a Givealittle page.

Initially, Bonn was unsure what she was going to do as she processed what happened. But after a long talk with her parents, she decided she would keep the business — and van der Camp’s legacy — alive.

Since then, she has been overwhelmed with the support she has received, both from her family and from the community.

“Everyone is so happy that I accepted. People have a safe place to go for piercings.”

And that was important, she believed, because Innersteel was the only piercing shop in town.

If people chose to do piercings themselves, the results could be “a disaster”, she said.

The piercing was particularly fashionable at the present time; in his view, it was an impermanent form of self-expression.

She was learning “so much” about running a business – “what a business really entails” – including ordering stock, something she had never had to do.

She had also transformed the studio into her space, adding many plants and a photo of her mentor so that her presence was always there.

When asked what van der Camp would have thought of her foray into business, she said she thought he would be “so proud” of her.

“He wouldn’t want anyone else to go on. We truly had the best relationship ever, we were literally best friends.

“Age is just a number,” she said.

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Pet business owner fined $90,000 for selling monkey to Chris Brown https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/pet-business-owner-fined-90000-for-selling-monkey-to-chris-brown/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 11:47:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/pet-business-owner-fined-90000-for-selling-monkey-to-chris-brown/ By MIKE SCHNEIDER, Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The owner of an exotic animal breeding business in Florida has been sentenced to five years probation for illegally selling a capuchin monkey to singer Chris Brown. A federal indictment does not name Brown, only identifying the buyer as a California celebrity, but key details match […]]]>

By MIKE SCHNEIDER, Associated Press

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The owner of an exotic animal breeding business in Florida has been sentenced to five years probation for illegally selling a capuchin monkey to singer Chris Brown.

A federal indictment does not name Brown, only identifying the buyer as a California celebrity, but key details match an Associated Press report that wildlife officers seized the singer’s pet monkey after serving a search warrant at his Los Angeles home in early January 2018. Brown was also identified in court Wednesday during the Florida sentencing hearing for monkey breeder Jimmy Hammonds.

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Wildlife officers moved in after Brown shared a photo of the capuchin monkey with millions of his followers on Instagram. Prosecutors later dropped charges of possessing the monkey without a license after Brown agreed to give up his rights to Fiji and pay $35,000 for the monkey’s care.

As for the monkey breeder, a federal judge in Tampa on Wednesday ordered Hammonds to pay a $90,000 fine to a fund managed by the US Fish & Wildlife Service. In addition, he must serve eight months of his probation under house arrest.

Singer Chris Brown attends the Grammy Awards on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy, file)Getty Images for Record A

According to the indictment, Brown paid $12,650 to Hammonds, which operated the Monkey Whisperer Ranch in Parrish, Florida. Under Florida and California law, it is illegal to transfer a capuchin monkey without a permit.

Hammonds pleaded guilty to conspiracy and three counts of violating the Endangered Species Act. Prosecutors said he also illegally sold endangered cotton-head tamarins to buyers in Alabama, South Carolina and Wisconsin while trying to cover up the sales.

Prosecutors had argued that Hammonds deserved more than a year in prison, citing the need to deter others from committing similar crimes.

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Amazon CEO for Global Consumer Businesses Joins Flexport https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/amazon-ceo-for-global-consumer-businesses-joins-flexport/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 14:37:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/amazon-ceo-for-global-consumer-businesses-joins-flexport/ Dave Clark, Amazon’s senior vice president of global operations, speaks during a news conference in Seattle, Washington, U.S., June 27, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register June 8 (Reuters) – Dave Clark, the executive of Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) which has built a delivery arm to compete with the world’s […]]]>

Dave Clark, Amazon’s senior vice president of global operations, speaks during a news conference in Seattle, Washington, U.S., June 27, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

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June 8 (Reuters) – Dave Clark, the executive of Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) which has built a delivery arm to compete with the world’s leading freight companies, will join logistics technology startup Flexport as a chief executive in September, he said in a LinkedIn post on Wednesday.

Amazon announced last week that Clark plans to step down as CEO of its global consumer business on July 1. read more

The ad puts Clark at the head of a global business platform that media reports serve and seek to compete with Amazon.

In his LinkedIn post, Clark said he looks forward to “creating solutions to the toughest supply chain challenges with world-class technology for the physical world.”

In February, Flexport more than doubled its valuation to $8 billion after a funding round led by venture capital firms Andreessen Horowitz and MSD Partners.

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Financial Advisor Launches LinkedIn Content Initiative to Enable Business Owners to Adopt Tax-Efficient Strategies https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/financial-advisor-launches-linkedin-content-initiative-to-enable-business-owners-to-adopt-tax-efficient-strategies/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 15:25:00 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/financial-advisor-launches-linkedin-content-initiative-to-enable-business-owners-to-adopt-tax-efficient-strategies/ Daisy Hui Corona is a Financial Advisor at Barnum Financial Group. New York, NY, June 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — We face the toughest time today, with a world full of financial uncertainty and anxiety, according to a US News article. To combat this, experienced finance professionals like Daisy Hui Corona, backed by her resources […]]]>

Daisy Hui Corona is a Financial Advisor at Barnum Financial Group.

New York, NY, June 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — We face the toughest time today, with a world full of financial uncertainty and anxiety, according to a US News article. To combat this, experienced finance professionals like Daisy Hui Corona, backed by her resources at Barnum Financial Group, are helping businesses and individuals change this narrative. Daisy recently launched a content initiative on LinkedIn to educate clients and the rest of the world on tax-efficient business planning strategies.

My passion is to enable my clients to achieve their financial success and live the life of their dreams.“said Daisy Hui Corona when asked why she started this initiative.”I want to be a valuable resource for them. As a business owner myself, I understand what is most important to them. My role is not just that of a traditional financial advisor, but also that of their trusted partner, a friend who cares as much about their success as I do. Everyone is on the path of pursuing happiness and freedom. My value-added approach with my infectious content on LinkedIn enriches my clients with financial knowledge and insights into everyday life in beautiful condition, giving gratitude and meeting challenges with grace, and having the vision to achieve all of their desired goals. This is a journey for us together to achieve all the health, happiness and wealth that is ours!”

“At Barnum Financial Group, our finance professionals seek to educate business owners on the strategies they need to grow, protect and scale their business,” said Paul Blanco, founder and CEO of Barnum Financial Group.

Recently released LinkedIn content is one of many strategies Daisy uses to help as many business owners and organizations as possible. To catch this content, you can follow Daisy on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/daisyhuicorona/. If you are a business owner and would like to speak to Daisy about your business, you can reach her by phone at 212-631-2063 (office) or 312-520-3906 (cell) or by email at hui.corona@barnumfg .com.

Barnum Financial Group is an award-winning national provider of comprehensive personalized planning, investment and protection solutions. Barnum offers a wide range of services to business owners, including risk management (liability coverage, key person insurance), executive benefits (executive bonus, deferred benefit plan, dollar split) , group benefits (collective life, health, disability, retirement), succession planning (purchase/sale contract, exit strategy, coordination of business and personal succession planning).

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Santa Cruz business owner pleads guilty in federal fraud case https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/santa-cruz-business-owner-pleads-guilty-in-federal-fraud-case/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 21:38:09 +0000 https://goodbyepertbreasts.com/santa-cruz-business-owner-pleads-guilty-in-federal-fraud-case/ SANTA CRUZ — Santa Cruz business owner Jaimi Jansen pleaded guilty Friday to charges related to distributing fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination cards and homeopathic medicines she says would provide immunity for life against COVID-19. According to the federal complaint filed on April 19, Jansen, owner of the integrative health and wellness center, Santa Cruz CORE, distributed […]]]>

SANTA CRUZ — Santa Cruz business owner Jaimi Jansen pleaded guilty Friday to charges related to distributing fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination cards and homeopathic medicines she says would provide immunity for life against COVID-19.

According to the federal complaint filed on April 19, Jansen, owner of the integrative health and wellness center, Santa Cruz CORE, distributed homeoprophylactic vaccination lozenges and fraudulent Center for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 vaccination records. to approximately 170 beneficiaries from May to July. 2021, for which she raised around $19,500 and profited $14,000. Jansen’s case is linked to criminal charges against Julie Mazi, of Napa, who pleaded guilty in April to selling the fake vaccination pellets and cards to about 300 people.

According to the federal complaint, “Jansen served as a distributor for Mazi, a Napa-based naturopathic physician, and aided and abetted Mazi’s plan by purchasing the false and fraudulent CDC COVID-19 homeoprophylaxis lozenges and vaccination records. and reselling them to third parties.”

Jansen appeared before Senior District Judge Charles R. Breyer in San Francisco on Friday with his attorney, Peter Leeming, and pleaded guilty to three counts of health-related misrepresentation. The sentences for each of the counts against Jensen include a maximum sentence of five years in prison, a maximum fine of $250,000, up to three years of post-release supervision and forfeiture of the approximately $19,500 she collected for pellets and fake vaccination records.

Jansen is scheduled to appear for sentencing at 10 a.m. on September 28, before Breyer in San Francisco.

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