First there was the agrarian revolution, followed by the industrial revolution and now the digital revolution. So how does the forest products industry keep pace? Domtar's Shabnam Sanaei has a few ideas. Find out what she's doing each day to help identify the next big thing.
Scammers target wire transfers because they’re fast and final. But all it takes is a bit of extra research to help make sure your money is going to the intended recipient.
Scott was crossing the finish line on his first home purchase. His home inspection was complete; closing funds wired to an out-of-state settlement company; and a final walkthrough that showed his new home to be move-in ready.
Instead of settling into his new home, though, Scott lost more than $55,000 – the victim of a wire scam from a phony settlement company. Scott is fictional, but the scam is real and Scott’s story is one that PNC Bank works to prevent customers from experiencing every day.
Kohler Asia Pacific worked with the Shinta Mani Foundation to bring clean water to Roka with the KOHLER Clarity water filtration system.
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For residents of the remote Cambodian village of Roka, the dry season means annual water shortages and the rainy season means flooded, impassable roadways. Even during the rainy season, the bountiful water supply isn't safe for drinking and cooking.
Keep America Beautiful Opens Contest for Students in Grades 9-12 through Oct. 13
STAMFORD, Conn., Aug.23, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s iconic community improvement nonprofit organization, today launched its second annual effort to tap into the imagination and innovation of our nation’s youth to continue to advance its fight to End Littering in America.
Diversity and inclusion are essential to developing innovative business solutions and delivering the best service to PNC’s customers and community. PNC’s commitment to diversity and inclusion reaches beyond its organizational walls and extends into the communities where it conducts business.
By Richard Dyer, Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent
The fourth annual Water for Living drive has collected more than 10,000 bottles of water to help those in need in our community. The drive, spearheaded this year by the United Way of Pinal County, is held each summer at several locations throughout the city with donations being distributed to area agencies.