Butte’s business park flying high as tax sunset nears | Local

For all its successes, and they’ve been coming fast and furious the last five years, the Montana Connections Business Development Park is still its own little island in a way.

A lot of Butte residents can tell you it’s that industrial park out by the drive-in theater, and some can name two or three companies operating out there — maybe FedEx, REC Silicon, SeaCast or Montana Precision Products.

But how many know the park is Butte’s hottest economic driver of late? That its tax-increment tool has worked precisely as it was intended from the get-go years ago? That the tool comes to an end in less than four months at a time the park is really flying high?

“I think it’s probably one of the best-kept secrets in Butte and it shouldn’t be because there are a lot of positive things happening out there,” said Mick Ringsak, a longtime member

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Bajaj Finance share price hits 52-week high after stellar Q3 results; should you buy, hold or sell?



Bajaj Finance share price touches 52-week high on Wednesday


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Bajaj Finance share price touches 52-week high on Wednesday

Share price of Bajaj Finance surged over 3.5% on Wednesday after the company reported stellar Q3 results beating street estimates. The company on Tuesday reported an 85.5% rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 2,125 crore for the third quarter from Rs 1,146 crore in the year-ago period. Company’s Net Interest Income (NII) rose 40% at Rs 6,000 crore as compared to Rs 4,296 crore year-on-year (YoY). Bajaj Finance stock surged 3.6% to touch a 52-week high of Rs 8,043 per share on the BSE. The financial service major delivered an all-round healthy performance in all its key business parameters, said Motilal Oswal. The brokerage believes that its customer acquisitions and new loans booked have reached pre-covid levels and will soon breach historical highs in subsequent quarters.

Should you buy, hold or sell?

ICICI Direct:

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) – Apple Services Business Flourishes In 2021: Record High App Store Developer Revenues, Launch Of Apple TV 4K, Apple Pay Expands To New Markets And More

Apple, Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) services business is a vital cog in the tech giant’s wheel, and the company is providing an update on how the segment fared in 2021.

“Apple’s world-class portfolio of services proved essential in 2021, as people worldwide sought new ways to keep entertained, informed, connected, and inspired,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Services.

The Apple executive noted that Apple, with over 745 million paid subscriptions, continues to connect the world’s developers, artists, and storytellers with users across more than a billion devices.

App Store Sees Double-Digit Growth: App Store’s global platform helped connect businesses of all sizes with over 600 million people each week last year, across 175 countries. Apple said developers have earned more than $260 billion since the App Store launched in 2008.

Last January, the tech giant reported that developers had earned more than $200 billion since the 

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New California San Joaquin Valley Business Forecast for 2022 Finds the San Joaquin Valley Economy Will Depend on How Fast and How High Interest Rates Rise

November 30, 2021 – Economic recovery is well underway. However, key regional and national indicators — including falling interest rates, easy monetary policy and low tax rates are reversing course and stanislaus state 2021 business forecast vol11 iss1 card imghow they impact the San Joaquin Valley will depend on how fast and how high interest rates rise.

That is the economic outlook for the coming year according to the biannual San Joaquin Valley Business Forecast produced by Gökçe Soydemir, the Foster Farms endowed professor of business economics at Stanislaus State.

Read the Business Forecast

Here are some of the report’s highlights:

EMPLOYMENT 
Every category of employment in the Valley continued to recover with the exception of government employment. Total employment grew in all counties except Kings County in 2021. Retail trade, at an average annual rate of 5.93 percent, was the fastest-growing category of employment in 2021, followed by trade, transportation and utilities employment growing at 5.56 percent.

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