GREEN MOUNTAIN POWER CORPORATION TO BE ACQUIRED
BY NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ENERGY CORPORATION,
A SUBSIDIARY OF GAZ MÉTRO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
GREEN MOUNTAIN POWER CORPORATION TO BE ACQUIRED
NEW CLIENTS FOR VERMONT AD FIRM, MOONDYNE AGENCY.
Draker Solar Design, LLC and Vermont Hand Crafters, Inc. have both partnered with Burlington communications company Moondyne Agency.
Draker Solar, a key player in the green technology sector and specialist in fully integrated 'green' data acquisition, has charged Moondyne Agency with developing a new look and feel for the growing brand's print and collateral efforts.
Community Capital of Vermont, a nonprofit 501c3 alternative business lender, has recently hired Judith Kaufman of Community Development Services as its Southern Vermont Loan Officer.
22nd June 2006, A family of desktop and laptop computers from Apple, introduced in 1984. When spelled Mac, short for Macintosh computer. It was the first computer to popularize the graphical user interface (GUI). The combination of Mac hardware and software has been exceptionally consistent over the years, providing an ease of use that Mac users have enjoyed.
The Mac OS:
Mac OS runs smoothly. That's what I noticed first off. There's very little waiting, very little fussing, very little Ctrl+Alt+Del/End Task for behavior control.
For Macintosh Computer Users, Mac OS 9 is the last stop a famous train. It's the last version of the operating system that changed the world that put the Mac on the map and inspired such imitators as Microsoft Windows. After Mac OS 9, Apple Computer plans to introduce Mac OS X, a radically new operating system that looks and works nothing like the Mac we'
ve come to know.
Supermarket Chains Fined Nearly $20,000 for Violating VT
Retail Pricing Laws
Three major supermarket chains, one drug store chain, and
one other national retailer have been cited and penalized for violating Vermont
retail pricing laws. Shaws, Price
Chopper, and Grand Union Supermarkets; Rite Aid Pharmacy; and JC Penney have all
agreed to pay penalties ranging from $1,000 to $3,500 for overcharging consumers
for items in their stores.
The violations were discovered during routine surveys by
BURLINGTON, Vt. --The state of Vermont has an extremely strong small-business tradition--running the gamut from specialty food companies to graphic design firms to high-tech start-ups--all providing employment to Vermonters and bolstering the states economy.
Building on that tradition and Champlain Colleges reputation for innovative, hands-on education, Champlain President David F. Finney unveiled a new program on June 15 that will help young entrepreneurs grow their businesses while they attend Champlain.
Governor Douglas to Call Emergency Dairy Summit
Also Seeks Federal Emergency Relief
to Call Emergency Dairy Summit
Burlington, Vt.-Governor Jim Douglas has announced
that his administration, working with the Vermont Milk Commission, is organizing an Emergency Dairy Summit to discuss all available
means to help farmers in the near term so that they can weather what the
Governor calls a 'perfect storm' of circumstances.
"Low milk prices, high fuel and energy cost and poor crop, or in
BURLINGTON, Vt.--Area experts in Internet marketing and business practices are teaching five new 'mini-courses' at Champlain College this summer and fall. The online courses are well-suited to business professionals who want to use Internet technologies to advance their organizations. Each of the one-credit courses runs for five weeks.
"These are tactics that don't require traditional textbook teaching," said Elaine Young, director of Champlain's e-Business Management program. "These are practical, ready-to-use-right-away courses."
SBA Vermont Small Business Person of the Year and Champion Award Celebration
NEWS EVENT: The 2006 Vermont Small Business Person of the Year and Champion Award recipients will be honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) at a ceremony presented by Vermont Business Magazine at Burlington's Waterfront Park.
Berlin, Vt -- A $25,000 Quality Incentive Award was presented to Woodridge Nursing Home of Central Vermont Medical Center during National Nursing Home Week.
Patrick Flood, Commissioner of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living presented the award to members of the Woodridge team.
Ever since attending the University of Vermont in the 1960's, Steve Burzon has known that he wanted to live and work in Vermont. But first came years working in the big city as a publishing executive where he studied marketing and design; a requirement for both making a living and living a passionate life. Then in 1998, the time came for a full time move to his home in Danby Four Corners and the beginnings of Garden Arts Custom Landscapes was launched officially in the Spring of 2001.