Pay Less With These Gas Saving Apps

Gas can end up costing a lot, both for businesses and for individuals. For businesses that have a company car, truck, or a small fleet of either, it can be challenging to budget and account for gas. Especially with so many varying rates across different locations, it’s not always easy to manage that expense.

Finding the cheapest gas around can be incredibly beneficial for your business both in the short term and the long term. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best smartphone apps to help small businesses on how to save money on gas at the pump and pay less.

12 Best Smartphone Apps to Save Money at the Pump

1. Gas Buddy

GasBuddy: Find Cheap Fuel – Apps on Google Play

GasBuddy is one of the best smartphone apps to find the best gas prices. It’s a community-based app that helps you find cheap fuel options

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The Arkadelphian : Strip business center will replace former church | Regional News

The Arkadelphia City Board of Directors met Tuesday to discuss the annual 5-mill tax ordinance and the rezoning of a Pine Street property to make way for a clinic and other businesses expected to be rented on that lot.

The board unanimously approved the second reading of the 5-mill tax ordinance. The ordinance now heads to a third and final reading at the next board meeting.

Directors also gave their nod to the city’s planning commission to rezone three properties on the 2400 block of Pine Street. The former Park Hill Baptist Church property is expected to be razed in the near future to make way for more business spaces and a clinic, a Green Leaf Properties LLC representative told the board. The properties to be rezoned from medium density residential (R-2) to highway commercial (C-2) are located at 215 N. 24th St.; 227 N. 24th St.; and a portion

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Why Your Business Needs a Connected Enterprise Planning Solution

Why Your Business Needs a Connected Enterprise Planning Solution

By Jennifer Toomey

Since the pandemic kicked the speed of business forecasting and decision making into overdrive, replanning and forecasting have become an everyday necessity. Relying on siloed departments to create siloed plans isn’t good enough anymore. C-suite leaders need insight into holistic plans and forecasts across the business.

This is where connected planning comes in. Connecting your financial, operational, and line-of-business planning brings together discrete planning processes so you can plan across your entire organization. It uses advanced technologies, like data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning (ML), to improve forecast accuracy and predict changes. And it connects directly to actuals and operations so you see how well you’re performing and adjust the plan as targets move.

With this coordinated view, your teams can continuously plan and forecast whenever they need to using current data instead of during a scheduled

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World Bank taking steps to boost research integrity after data rigging scandal

World Bank President David Malpass attends the “1+6” Roundtable meeting at the Diaoyutai state guesthouse in Beijing, China November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Florence Lo/File Photo

WASHINGTON, Oct 11 (Reuters) – The World Bank is taking steps to rebuild the credibility of its research after a data-rigging scandal forced it to cancel its flagship “Doing Business” report on country business climates, bank President David Malpass said on Monday.

Speaking to reporters ahead of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund annual meetings this week, Malpass said strong research products remain a high priority for the bank and it would work on new ways to help countries improve their business climates.

Asked how the bank would rebuild its credibility after the scandal, Malpass the bank had taken “several steps” to improve research integrity, including elevating chief economist Carmen Reinhart to a role in senior management.

Malpass declined to answer questions on the IMF

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