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Your Chamber at Work - July 13, 2020

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion · Workplace Development · Economic Development · Newsletters

FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO | VOICES OF OUR BLACK YOUTH: A LISTENING SESSION | POWER OF DIVERSITY | AN UNTAPPED WORKFORCE SOLUTION | PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM EXTENDED THROUGH EARLY AUGUST Read Article
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Joint Statement on the Renaming of Nichols Fountain & Parkway

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Public Policy · Urban Development · Economic Development

In response to KCMO Parks & Recreation Commissioner Christopher Goode to rename the J.C. Nichols Fountain and the adjacent J.C. Nichols Parkway, the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, the Civic Council of Greater Kansas City, and Visit KC are jointly issuing the following statement on behalf of their organizations: Read Article
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Your Chamber at Work - March 30, 2020

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COVID · Healthy KC · Public Policy · Financial Services · Healthcare · Workplace Development · Economic Development · Newsletters

FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO A few important items for you this morning. Read Article
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FOLLOW-UP: White House Conference Call on COVID-19 & Disaster Assistance

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COVID · Public Policy · Financial Services · Healthcare · Economic Development

PROVIDING FINANCIAL RELIEF: President Donald J. Trump is working to provide financial relief for small businesses harmed by the coronavirus outbreak. “We’re deeply committed to ensuring that small businesses have the support they require.” - President Donald J. Trump Read Article
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URGENT BIZ TEAM ALERT - "Phase 3" Stimulus Bill Passes; On Way to POTUS

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COVID · Public Policy · Financial Services · Healthcare · Economic Development

The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (KC Chamber) applauds Congress for its bipartisan and bicameral work to pass the “Phase 3” relief bill known as the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act) that is estimated to be upwards of $2 Trillion (and larger because of the flexibility given to the Federal Reserve to inject more money into the economy which will put it well over three times the amount of the 2008 TARP bailout). According to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, this bill is designed to add relief to the economy for 10-12 weeks. Read Article
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Your Chamber at Work - February 24, 2020

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Small Business Celebration · KC Chamber · Diversity, Equity & Inclusion · Healthy KC · Economic Development · World Trade Center · Newsletters

FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO Good news for one of Kansas City’s major employers, now that a federal judge cleared the last major hurdle to the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile. Though a few more approvals are necessary, T-Mobile says it expects to close on the deal as early as April 1. Read Article
Business Intelligence Brief - April 5, 2019

Business Intelligence Brief - April 5, 2019

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Financial Services · Economic Development · Newsletters

National and International News Affecting Local Business (Download in Adobe Acrobat) >> Short Items of Interest – Economy The Uncertainty Factor What to Expect in Labor Report Challenging Fed Independence Trade Deal Close? Have You Looked at the Black Owl Report? Understanding Weakness New Chart – Target Fed Funds Rate Read Article
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Business Intelligence Brief - March 15, 2019

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Financial Services · Economic Development · Newsletters

Short Items of Interest – Economy | Is the Economy Slowing Down? If so, Why? | The Costs of Business Interruption | Britain Will Ask EU for Delay | White House Budget – Politics Over Economics | What Else Can You Get from Armada? | Corruption | New Chart – US Budget Deficit Read Article