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Cleveland—Before it was rescued by National Church Residences (NCR), the Villa St. Rose of Kirby Manor (Kirby Manor) was headed straight to default and eventually to the auction block.
You're starting to get contracts on bigger and bigger jobs, even — can you believe it? — government contracts. Good for you. But it's important to know what you're getting into: These contracts may contain terms you don't typically see on smaller jobs.
Borate-treated lumber; illegal day laborers; slanted-news charge; of lawyers and engineers
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How to think like a company; protect yourself from employee theft
In 1988 I went to work for a large commercial-residential electrical contractor. One of the first projects I worked on was a program to document what was happening on site.
Contractors who have spent years trying to make money often fail to think about how they will protect their assets once it's time to sell or close down the business.
What you need to know about the new overtime pay laws
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