Archive | January, 2011

Sam Hanmer President of FieldEddy Insurance Network

Profiles in Business

Insurance Exec Has Modesty Element Fully Covered Sam Hanmer could play football for Bill Bellichick. Well … he could handle the pre- and post-game interviews with the media, anyway. He sure sounds like one of the Patriots when he talks about his career, his life, and the things that define it. He’d much rather talk […]

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IBS President Dave DelVecchio

Clearing the Clouds

Innovative Business Systems Hones Its Pitch In 20 years, Innovative Business Systems has evolved from a software-development firm to an outfit that businesses of all kinds rely on to manage their computer networks, data security, and a host of other high-tech needs. But as it celebrates this anniversary, IBS has launched a rebranding effort that […]

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CharlesBennett

Lending Support

How Do Banks Decide Where to Direct Their Charitable Giving? Virtually all banks, particularly ones with deep roots in the communities they serve, make a point of giving to nonprofits and other organizations and events that benefit a wide variety of people; in fact, they’re required by law to disburse a specific percentage of their […]

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Editorial

Incentives — They’re a Necessary Evil ‘Corporate welfare.’ That’s the term used in some circles to describe the incentives — mostly in the form of state and local tax breaks, but they come in other forms as well — given to companies to locate in a community or remain there and expand their operations. It […]

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