Ohio lending – Columbus Chamber http://columbus-chamber.org/ Sun, 02 Oct 2022 15:04:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://columbus-chamber.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Ohio lending – Columbus Chamber http://columbus-chamber.org/ 32 32 Clemson, Kansas makes major changes https://columbus-chamber.org/clemson-kansas-makes-major-changes/ Sun, 02 Oct 2022 14:34:23 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/clemson-kansas-makes-major-changes/ Clemson bolstered its path to the college football playoffs with Saturday night’s win over NC State and is a major fixture in Week 6’s updated bowl projections. The Kansas Jayhawks, who didn’t make the playoffs playoffs since 2008, are one win away from getting there after beating Iowa State, 14-11. Quarterback Jalon […]]]>

Clemson bolstered its path to the college football playoffs with Saturday night’s win over NC State and is a major fixture in Week 6’s updated bowl projections. The Kansas Jayhawks, who didn’t make the playoffs playoffs since 2008, are one win away from getting there after beating Iowa State, 14-11.

Quarterback Jalon Daniels continued his national release night and one of the most valuable players in the country and added a touchdown to his Big 12 leading total this season. The Tigers and Jayhawks are on fire and will be joined in this week’s standings and bowl projections by fellow undefeated TCU and UCLA, who are each recording impressive wins in nationally ranked competition.

Oklahoma has struggled mightily in each of the last two games under freshman coach Brent Venables, giving up 96 total points to start its Big 12 season without a win. The Sooners are set to attend a bowling game this fall, but this week’s showing is well below the New Year’s expectations that this program had a few weeks ago.

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Here’s a look at our updated bowl projections for every game entering Week 6.

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Fifth Third Bank makes BLINK attractions carbon neutral with help from Duke Energy https://columbus-chamber.org/fifth-third-bank-makes-blink-attractions-carbon-neutral-with-help-from-duke-energy/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 18:40:00 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/fifth-third-bank-makes-blink-attractions-carbon-neutral-with-help-from-duke-energy/ CINCINNATI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fifth Third Bank, National Association, a recognized leader in environmental sustainability, announced its partnership with the Cincinnati Regional Chamber in the United States and Duke Energy to measure carbon impact and provide verified carbon offsets for lighting installations from BLINK, Illuminated by ArtsWave, in Cincinnati. The event is one of the nation’s largest outdoor […]]]>

CINCINNATI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fifth Third Bank, National Association, a recognized leader in environmental sustainability, announced its partnership with the Cincinnati Regional Chamber in the United States and Duke Energy to measure carbon impact and provide verified carbon offsets for lighting installations from BLINK, Illuminated by ArtsWave, in Cincinnati. The event is one of the nation’s largest outdoor light and art festivals known for its immersive exhibits and experiences and will return to Cincinnati October 13-16, 2022.

Cincinnati-based Fifth Third has been focused on reducing its environmental footprint for more than a decade and became carbon neutral for its own operations in 2020. The Bank has been an active participant in BLINK since 2019. For its own BLINK facility, Fifth Third will retire Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) from the Bank’s virtual power purchase agreement with an 80 MW solar project, which went live in 2019. For other installations of lighting, Fifth Third will provide verified carbon offsets through a registered emissions removal project for an Ohio-based company that has been third-party verified.

“Our goal-oriented culture and commitment to transitioning to a sustainable future is reflected in our involvement with BLINK,” said Tim Spence, President and CEO of Fifth Third Bank. “It is a privilege to be able to contribute our expertise and resources to BLINK’s carbon neutrality and the transformation of our porch on Cincinnati’s iconic Fountain Square into an immersive and interactive art exhibit that demonstrates our commitment. towards sustainability and celebrates our headquarters city.”

At BLINK, the Bank is using Fountain Square as the stage for an experience called ElectriFi. The main attraction is “The ARRAY”, a massive installation offering an abstract, mixed-media representation of a solar-powered ecosystem, which draws inspiration from Fifth Third’s commitment to 100% renewable energy and its aggressive operational sustainability goals to be achieved through 2030. All BLINK-related offsets are validated by third parties and withdrawn in accordance with industry best practices.

The Bank is working with Duke Energy to understand BLINK’s 2019 energy footprint on which it will base its initial offsets. Duke Energy is also looking to measure the actual footprint in 2022 to allow Fifth Third to adjust offsets after the event. Duke Energy is a recognized authority on energy and a trusted partner to the Bank in developing BLINK’s facility carbon neutral approach.

“Duke Energy has been a long-time supporter of BLINK, and we are thrilled to be part of this important effort to offset carbon emissions from energy consumption during the festival. Our partnership with Fifth Third highlights the progress Cincinnati is making toward a sustainable future,” said Amy Spiller, president of Duke Energy Ohio and Kentucky.

Justin Brookhart, Executive Director of BLINK, applauds this collaboration and is pushing for sustainability.

“BLINK and the Cincinnati Regional Chamber in the United States are proud to announce that the nation’s largest immersive art event is now a more sustainable event,” said Brookhart. “BLINK is known for its incredible collaborations with artists and creatives here in the Cincinnati area and around the world. This is a new kind of collaboration for us, and we thank our friends at Fifth Third Bank and Duke Energy.

About the fifth third

Fifth Third Bancorp is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, and the indirect parent of Fifth Third Bank, National Association, a federally chartered institution. As of June 30, 2022, the company had $207 billion in assets and operated 1,080 full-service banking centers and 2,153 Fifth Third-branded ATMs in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Florida. Illinois, Florida, Tennessee, West Virginia, Georgia, the North. Carolina and South Carolina. In total, Fifth Third offers its customers access to approximately 56,000 free ATMs across the United States. Fifth Third operates four primary businesses: commercial banking, branch banking, consumer lending, and wealth and asset management. Fifth Third is one of the largest fund managers in the Midwest and, as of June 30, 2022, had $512 billion in assets under management, including $54 billion for individuals, corporations and nonprofits. through its trusts and registered companies. Investment advisory firms. Investor information and press releases can be viewed at www.53.com. Fifth Third common stock is listed on NASDAQ® Global Select Market under the symbol “FITB”.

Duke Energy Ohio/Kentucky

Duke Energy Ohio/Kentucky, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, provides electric service to 880,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in a 3,000 square mile service area, and natural gas service to 550,000 customers in a 2,650 square mile service, in Ohio and Kentucky.

Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), a Fortune 150 company headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is one of the largest energy holding companies in the United States. Its electric utilities serve 8.2 million customers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, and collectively possess 50,000 megawatts of power capacity. Its natural gas unit serves 1.6 million customers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio and Kentucky. The company employs 28,000 people.

Duke Energy is executing an aggressive clean energy transition to meet its goals of net methane emissions from its natural gas business and at least 50% carbon reduction from power generation by 2030 and net emissions carbon emissions by 2050. Zero goals also include Scope 2 emissions and some Scope 3 emissions. zero-emission power generation such as hydrogen and advanced nuclear.

Duke Energy was named to Fortune’s 2022 “World’s Most Admired Companies” list and Forbes’ “America’s Top Employers” list. More information is available at duke-energy.com. The Duke Energy News Center contains press releases, fact sheets, photos and videos. Duke Energy’s illumination features stories about people, innovations, community issues and environmental issues. Follow Duke Energy on TwitterLinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.

About BLINK

Last experienced by more than 1.3 million people in 2019, BLINK, Illuminated by ArtsWave, welcomes all to Cincinnati, Ohio from October 13-16, 2022. The four-day, 30-block, outdoor art experience is sure to be unforgettable, uniting street art, projection mapping and light installations.

Not only does the event speak to the dynamic evolution of Cincinnati’s arts community, it taps into the city’s deep roots in supporting the arts. BLINK is illuminated by ArtsWave, the nation’s first and largest community campaign and the primary means by which Cincinnati funds its arts. When tens of thousands of people and hundreds of businesses donate to ArtsWave, they support 150 cultural organizations and projects like BLINK every year that rock our region. Donations to BLINK and other arts projects and organizations can be made at artswave.org/give.

BLINK is produced and curated by its executive partners – the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, AGAR and the Haile Foundation, and produced in collaboration with its partners ArtWorks, Cincy Nice and ish – to provide opportunities for regional artists and attract global creators all in pursuit of a stronger community.

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Breaking down the series finale https://columbus-chamber.org/breaking-down-the-series-finale/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 15:28:00 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/breaking-down-the-series-finale/ Spoiler alert: Devil in Ohio Devil in Ohio follows Mae, a young girl who escapes from a Satanic cult after having a pentagram carved into her back. While in the hospital, Mae meets Suzanne, a psychiatrist who works hard to gain Mae’s trust and help her feel safe. Suzanne then becomes Mae’s guardian and works […]]]>

Spoiler alert: Devil in Ohio


Devil in Ohio follows Mae, a young girl who escapes from a Satanic cult after having a pentagram carved into her back. While in the hospital, Mae meets Suzanne, a psychiatrist who works hard to gain Mae’s trust and help her feel safe. Suzanne then becomes Mae’s guardian and works with a detective on Mae’s case. Mae slowly opens up about her experience of being raised in a cult and tries to fit in with the Mathis family.

In the final episode, Mae wins Harvest Queen at the school dance and receives a bouquet of white roses. These flowers are one of Mae’s triggers, and after receiving them, she disappears and ends up with the cult. Suzanne infiltrates the cult to rescue Mae and succeeds in bringing her home. The two settle down while the rest of the family lives elsewhere, fearing that Mae’s affiliation with the cult could put them in danger again.

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During Thanksgiving dinner, Suzanne receives a call from Detective Lopez, who informs her that he has discovered that it was Mae who replaced the flower bouquet of red roses with white roses. And it was also Mae who stole a car to get to Amontown. The episode ends there, leaving fans to wonder what this means about Mae’s intentions.


Did Mae manipulate Suzanne to save her?

Changing the flowers, it becomes clear that Mae is not completely innocent, but whether her intentions are good or bad is left to interpretation. It’s possible this was a last-ditch effort for the family to save her. Suzanne had promised Mae that she would never betray her, but when Peter told Suzanne to fire Mae, she agreed that Mae had to leave and was disrupting their family. Mae was undoubtedly hurt by this, as she had tried very hard to fit in with the family in hopes that they would welcome her into their family and protect her.

Related: Madeline Arthur Talks The Devil In Ohio And The Netflix Series’ Upcoming Blockbuster

Throughout the series, Mae appeals to Suzanne’s maternal instincts and her strong desire to save and protect her. However, she fails to earn her place and Suzanne arranges for Mae to live elsewhere. By orchestrating the trigger and stealing a car to return to the cult, Mae essentially manipulates Suzanne into saving her. And simultaneously sends the message that if Suzanne isn’t there to protect her, then Mae risks being captured (or returned) to the cult, ensuring that Suzanne won’t try to send her away again.

However, if the white roses were such a powerful trigger for her, how did she manage to put them out without triggering? Mae went to a store, ordered the flowers, then hid them until she could put them out. If she was able to do all of that, then she may have pulled the trigger, and it didn’t affect her as strongly as she let on, giving even more merit to the theory that she manipulated Suzanne and the Mathis family. .

Was Mae trying to protect the Mathis family?

Throughout the show, Mae is seen creating a shrine and stealing things from the family to make offerings to the devil so she can fulfill her wish to stay with the Mathis family. It’s evident here that although Mae escaped the cult, she wasn’t able to truly leave her belief system behind. This could lead her to believe that if she couldn’t be accepted into the Mathis family, then the cult was the only place she belonged. For worship, she was special and had a purpose.

Related: Devil in Ohio Star Emily Deschanel Talks Reuniting with Showrunner for Netflix Series

So it could be that Mae’s intentions are less devious; instead, she realized she was putting the Mathis family in danger. The cult tries desperately to get Mae back and sends people to threaten the Mathis family. They take extreme measures, burning down a family property, sending Mae’s brother to kidnap Jules, and leaving symbols on the family’s car and house as a warning.

Despite Mae’s attempts to fit in, she failed to be normal, and the cult’s influence and brainwashing was strong enough to affect how Mae viewed her relationship with the family. So she pulled the trigger to force herself back into the cult, ensuring the safety of the Mathis family.

Posting the trigger publicly was perhaps a way to send a message to the Mathis family that they were coming back and would finally be out of their lives. If she couldn’t be of use to them, she would return to a place where she was valued, even if it meant her death. It’s possible she really didn’t expect Suzanne or Detective Lopez to come after her, and this time she was really willing to be the cult’s sacrifice since she had ruined and endangered the only family. who had tried to protect her.

Ironically, her wish came true when Suzanne saved her and possibly reinforced her belief in the devil. This can be seen by how elaborate her shrine has become in the latest episode.

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What TV channel is Ohio State-Wisconsin on today? Live stream, time, how to watch online https://columbus-chamber.org/what-tv-channel-is-ohio-state-wisconsin-on-today-live-stream-time-how-to-watch-online/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 20:31:00 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/what-tv-channel-is-ohio-state-wisconsin-on-today-live-stream-time-how-to-watch-online/ No. 3 Ohio State hosts Wisconsin at The Horseshoe for the Buckeyes’ Big Ten opener on Saturday, Sept. 24. The match will be streamed live on fuboTV (live stream) and DirecTV Stream (free trial). Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson tried to tone down the praise and hyperbole that followed the Buckeyes’ 763-yard outburst against […]]]>

No. 3 Ohio State hosts Wisconsin at The Horseshoe for the Buckeyes’ Big Ten opener on Saturday, Sept. 24. The match will be streamed live on fuboTV (live stream) and DirecTV Stream (free trial).

Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson tried to tone down the praise and hyperbole that followed the Buckeyes’ 763-yard outburst against outclassed Toledo last week.

Wilson, the former head coach of Indiana, knows the challenge will be tougher when the No. 3 Buckeyes (3-0) open their Big Ten schedule against Wisconsin (2-1) on Saturday night at the stadium. ‘Ohio.

“The Big Ten game is tougher, it’s more physical up front, no disrespect (to other conferences),” Wilson said the other day.

“When you come into the Big Ten game, it’s a line of scrimmage league, it’s a tough league,” he said. “It wears you out week after week after week. We start off with a big challenge with a great line of scrimmage team on both sides coming in when Wisconsin enters the ‘Shoe’.

The message? Let’s wait and see what happens.

So far so good for quarterback CJ Stroud, who threw five touchdown passes last week in the 77-21 win. The Buckeyes routed Arkansas State in Week 2, after defeating then-number one. 5 Notre Dame 21-10 in the first game. The Irish have since dropped out of the AP Top 25.

When is Ohio State-Wisconsin?

Ohio State plays Wisconsin at 6:30 p.m. (7:30 p.m. ET) on Saturday, September 24.

Live streaming options

Fubo TV

The game will be streamed live on fuboTV, which offers a free trial. The most basic package is the “standard fubo” package, which includes over 121 channels for $69.99 per month. Like all cord cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports. It comes with over 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 10 screens at once.

DirecTV streams

DirecTV Stream offers a free trial.

There are four DirecTV Stream options:

The entertainment package, which includes more than 65 channels, costs $54.99 until the promotion ends on April 30. It’s the basic package for can’t-miss entertainment – including ESPN, TNT, Nickelodeon and HGTV.

The Choice package has over 90 channels and costs $74.99 during the promotion. ENTERTAINMENT channels, plus MLB Network, NBA TV, college sports networks, and more. Enjoy regional sports networks at no additional cost.

The ultimate package has over 130 channels and costs $89.99 during the promotion. Everything in CHOICE, plus Oxygen, Golf Channel, NHL Network, Universal Kids and more.

The Premier package has over 140 channels and costs $134.99 during the promotion. Everything in ULTIMATE, plus HBO Max, SHOWTIME, STARZ, Cinemax and more.

DirecTV Stream offers a free trial that doesn’t require much effort.

To sign up, enter a phone number, email address, and credit card, and you’ll receive five days of free service.

Plus, enhance your experience with the DirecTV Stream device. Although it doesn’t include a free trial, it gives you access to thousands of apps like Netflix and more on Google Play. You can search using the voice remote with Google Assistant and you can enjoy a traditional live TV channel guide. It is sold separately.

Will it be televised?

Ohio State-Wisconsin will be televised on ABC.

Insight

STOP OHIO STATE: The Badgers are once again built around a defense that finished 2021 as the No. 1 in the nation.

Granted, it’s only three non-conference games, but Wisconsin is limiting opponents to 246 total yards — 76 rushing and 170 passing yards — per game so far. Seven players have interceptions.

Ohio State, after last week’s explosion, is the best offensive team in the nation, averaging 8.44 yards per play and 563.3 yards per game.

“It’s one thing (to say) ‘it’s their pattern,’ but the players understand that and it allows them to really play,” Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said. “And I think that’s what they do really well.”

Seasoned badgers: The Buckeyes’ revamped defense will have to stop the run to slow Wisconsin down.

Running back Braelon Allen picked up where he left off after rushing for 1,268 yards and eight touchdowns in his freshman year, third-best in the Big Ten. He averaged 110 yards per game and 6.6 per carry in the first three games.

Quarterback Graham Mertz is in his second year as a starter.

“He’s going to be the best quarterback we’ve seen. He’s going to be the best running back we’ve seen,” Day said. “There are a lot of ‘best we’ve seen so far’ (with Wisconsin).”

TREVEYON IS WELL: AP Preseason All-American running back TreVeyon Henderson left last week’s game after Ohio State’s first offensive series with an unspecified injury.

Day said it was something that bothered the second-year player, and the decision was made to hold him for the remainder of what appeared to be a lopsided game.

Day said this week that Henderson’s injury “was a short-term thing” and that he should play this week.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIGHTS: The Buckeyes will play the fourth of five straight home games to start the season and the third with a late start on Saturday.

“It’s been good for recruiting,” Day said of the night games, which draw large national television audiences. “These are long days. I like it when a midday game ends around 4:30 p.m. and you can go home and enjoy the rest of the day. But the electricity in the Horseshoe for a night game, it doesn’t There’s nothing like it. And it’s give and take, I guess.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Leagues and credit unions from 12 states engage with policymakers in DC | 2022-09-16 https://columbus-chamber.org/leagues-and-credit-unions-from-12-states-engage-with-policymakers-in-dc-2022-09-16/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 06:58:00 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/leagues-and-credit-unions-from-12-states-engage-with-policymakers-in-dc-2022-09-16/ Nine credit union leagues representing 12 states were in Washington, DC, last week for visits to Capitol Hill and other policymakers. Credit unions brought stories and data showing the power of credit union difference as they advocate for policies that allow them to better serve their members. The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues and […]]]>

Nine credit union leagues representing 12 states were in Washington, DC, last week for visits to Capitol Hill and other policymakers. Credit unions brought stories and data showing the power of credit union difference as they advocate for policies that allow them to better serve their members.

The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues and credit unions highlighted the need to modernize the federal credit union charter, credit union opposition to credit card interchange fees, and the importance of a strong national data security standard.

The Connecticut Credit Union League and its member credit unions discussed issues surrounding cannabis banking and other credit union priorities with the state congressional delegation.

Dakota Credit Union Association Credit union staff and professionals met with the three NCUA board members, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Rohit Chopra, and elected officials.

The Iowa Credit Union League and its member advocates pointed to a number of financial issues affecting Iowas, including financial and child care deserts within the state.

The Southeast Credit Union League and Affiliates (LSCU) visited 36 different House and Senate offices for Alabama, Florida, and Georgia, as well as with NCUA and CFPB leadership.

“LSCU’s Hike the Hill enables credit unions to play a vital role in the legislative process,” said Henry Armstrong, president and CEO of Auburn University Credit Union and chairman of the LSCU board of directors. “This year was no exception as we had incredibly productive meetings with key members of Congress. I left feeling that we had made a real difference moving the needle on important legislation. on credit unions.

The Maine Credit Union League met with their Congressional delegation and hosted a collaborative reception at Credit Union House with LSCU.

“Discussing our concerns about the Durbin/Marshall bill was a top priority for us on this trip,” said Robert Caverly, Maine League vice president of advocacy and outreach. “We wanted to make sure that at every meeting we emphasized that consumers, small businesses and small community financial institutions would lose the most if this law were enacted. We emphasized that interchange fees are part of the cost of doing business and that too many issues would be at stake in terms of data security if this bill were to go ahead.

The Ohio Credit Union League discussed the exchange and the importance of data privacy and security with decision makers, including Rep. Bob Latta, R-Ohio, member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

The Wisconsin Credit Union League met with legislators and regulators and heard presentations from CUNA staff at Credit Union House.

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LendingClub (NYSE:LC) Stock Valuation Updated by StockNews.com https://columbus-chamber.org/lendingclub-nyselc-stock-valuation-updated-by-stocknews-com/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 06:13:35 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/lendingclub-nyselc-stock-valuation-updated-by-stocknews-com/ LendingClub (NYSE: LC – Get Appraisal) was upgraded by StockNews.com research analysts from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating in a note to investors released Wednesday. Other research analysts have also recently published research reports on the company. Credit Suisse Group lowered its price target on LendingClub from $25.00 to $20.00 and set a […]]]>

LendingClub (NYSE: LC – Get Appraisal) was upgraded by StockNews.com research analysts from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating in a note to investors released Wednesday.

Other research analysts have also recently published research reports on the company. Credit Suisse Group lowered its price target on LendingClub from $25.00 to $20.00 and set a “neutral” rating on the stock in a Thursday, July 28 report. Wedbush raised its price target on LendingClub to $20.00 in a Tuesday, July 26 report. One research analyst gave the stock a hold rating and six gave the company’s stock a buy rating. According to data from MarketBeat.com, the company has an average rating of “Moderate Buy” and a consensus target price of $37.40.

LendingClub Price Performance

LendingClub shares opened at $12.32 on Wednesday. The company has a debt ratio of 0.11, a current ratio of 1.12 and a quick ratio of 1.08. LendingClub has a one-year low of $11.16 and a one-year high of $49.21. The company has a market capitalization of $1.28 billion, a P/E ratio of 4.65 and a beta of 2.01. The company has a fifty-day moving average price of $13.92 and a 200-day moving average price of $14.13.

LendingClub (NYSE:LC – Get Rating) last released its quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, July 27. The credit services provider reported earnings per share (EPS) of $0.45 for the quarter, beating analysts’ consensus estimate of $0.41 by $0.04. LendingClub had a return on equity of 27.96% and a net margin of 24.75%. The company posted revenue of $330.10 million for the quarter, versus a consensus estimate of $298.97 million. In the same quarter last year, the company posted earnings per share of $0.09. The company’s revenue increased by 61.5% compared to the same quarter last year. As a group, equity research analysts expect LendingClub to post 1.5 EPS for the current year.

Insider trading at LendingClub

In related news, insider Annie Armstrong sold 2,027 shares of the company in a trade that took place on Friday, July 22. The shares were sold at an average price of $15.00, for a total value of $30,405.00. Following the completion of the transaction, the insider now directly owns 101,601 shares of the company, valued at approximately $1,524,015. The sale was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is available via this hyperlink. Separately, insider Ronnie Momen sold 33,726 shares of the company in a trade that took place on Friday, August 26. The shares were sold at an average price of $13.86, for a total value of $467,442.36. Following the completion of the transaction, the insider now directly owns 166,594 shares of the company, valued at approximately $2,308,992.84. The sale was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is available via this hyperlink. Additionally, insider Annie Armstrong sold 2,027 shares of the company in a trade that took place on Friday, July 22. The stock was sold at an average price of $15.00, for a total transaction of $30,405.00. Following the completion of the transaction, the insider now owns 101,601 shares of the company, valued at $1,524,015. The disclosure of this sale can be found here. Insiders sold a total of 43,083 shares of the company valued at $598,332 over the past ninety days. 3.22% of the shares are currently held by company insiders.

Institutional investors weigh in on LendingClub

A number of hedge funds have recently increased or reduced their holdings in the stock. Mitsubishi UFJ Kokusai Asset Management Co. Ltd. increased its stake in LendingClub by 9.9% in the 1st quarter. Mitsubishi UFJ Kokusai Asset Management Co. Ltd. now owns 9,195 shares of the credit service provider valued at $145,000 after purchasing an additional 826 shares in the last quarter. Teacher Retirement System of Texas increased its position in LendingClub shares by 5.8% during the first quarter. Teacher Retirement System of Texas now owns 19,444 shares of the credit service provider valued at $307,000 after acquiring an additional 1,069 shares during the period. Point72 Hong Kong Ltd purchased a new equity stake in LendingClub during Q4 for $27,000. Aigen Investment Management LP increased its position in LendingClub shares by 8.5% during the first quarter. Aigen Investment Management LP now owns 15,769 shares of the credit service provider valued at $249,000 after acquiring 1,238 additional shares during the period. Finally, Strs Ohio increased its position in LendingClub shares by 6.1% during the second quarter. Strs Ohio now owns 22,700 shares of the credit service provider valued at $265,000 after acquiring an additional 1,300 shares during the period. 81.80% of the shares are currently held by hedge funds and other institutional investors.

LendingClub Company Profile

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LendingClub Corporation, operates as a bank holding company for LendingClub Bank, a national association that provides a range of financial products and services through a technology platform in the United States. The Company provides commercial and industrial real estate, commercial real estate, small business and equipment loans, as well as rental equipment; and unsecured personal and auto loans, patient financing and education financing.

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ESPN Releases Updated Projections For Every Bowling Game, College Football Playoff After Week 3 https://columbus-chamber.org/espn-releases-updated-projections-for-every-bowling-game-college-football-playoff-after-week-3/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 14:54:50 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/espn-releases-updated-projections-for-every-bowling-game-college-football-playoff-after-week-3/ Week 3 has passed and the page now turns to Week 4 of college football. The first few weeks of the season have already been marked by plenty of upsets and surprises across the country, leading to major changes in ESPN’s latest bowl screenings. In week 3, the teams that found themselves ranked among the […]]]>

Week 3 has passed and the page now turns to Week 4 of college football. The first few weeks of the season have already been marked by plenty of upsets and surprises across the country, leading to major changes in ESPN’s latest bowl screenings.

In week 3, the teams that found themselves ranked among the top ten was very successful, with an average winning margin of over 40 points. Even with a dominating performance over the weekend, the college football playoff race remains wide open.

After all the Week 3 action, ESPN has released full projections for every bowl game, including the six New Year’s Bowls and the College Football Playoffs. ESPN college football reporters Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach’s predictions feature some changes, though they both have the same four teams playing in the college football playoffs.

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CFP National Championship
Bonagur: Alabama versus. Georgia
Schlabach: ohio state against Georgia

CFP Semi-Final at Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Bonagura: Georgia vs. USC
Schlabach: Georgia vs. USC

CFP Semi-Final at Vrbo Fiesta Bowl
Bonagura: Ohio State vs. Alabama
Schlabach: Ohio State vs. Alabama

Six of the New Year

Capital One Orange Bowl
Bonagur: Clemson versus. Penn State
Schlabach: Clemson vs. Penn State

Allstate sugar bowl
Bonagur: Oklahoma versus. Kentucky
Schlabach: Oklahoma vs. Tennessee

Classic Goodyear Cotton Bowl
Bonagur: Oklahoma State against Cincinnati
Schlabach: Oklahoma State vs. Appalachian State

Rose bowl game
Bonagur: Michigan versus. Utah
Schlabach: Michigan vs. Oregon

ESPN projections for the rest of the bowling season

HomeTown Lenders Bowl Bahamas
Bonagura: UTSA vs. Toledo
Schlabach: Florida Atlantic vs. Kent State

Duluth Trading Treatment Bowl
Bonagura: Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio)
Schlabach: Tulane vs. Rice

Fenway Wasabi Bowl
Bonagur: North Carolina against Tulane
Schlabach: North Carolina vs. Houston

Cricket Celebration Bowl
Bonagura: South Carolina State vs. Jackson State
Schlabach: South Carolina State vs. Jackson State

New Mexico Bowl
Bonagur: BYU against San José State
Schlabach: North Texas vs. Texas technology

Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl Presented by Stifel
Bonagur: UCLA against Boise State
Schlabach: UCLA vs. Boise State

LendingTree Bowl
Bonagura: Georgia Southern vs. Liberty
Schlabach: Louisiana vs. San Diego State

Bowl SRS Distribution Las Vegas
Bonagur: Oregon State versus. Florida
Schlabach: Oregon State vs. Texas A&M

Frisco Bowl
Bonagura: Southern Alabama vs. Rice
Schlabach: Marshall vs. Wyoming

Myrtle Beach Bowl
Bonagura: Florida Atlantic vs. Ohio
Schlabach: Georgia State vs. Middle Tennessee State

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Bonagura: Fresno State vs. Kent State
Schlabach: San Jose State vs. Toledo

RoofClaim.com Bol Boca Raton
Bonagura: East Carolina vs. Arkansas State
Schlabach: Eastern Carolina vs. Georgia Southern

Bowl R+L Carriers New Orleans
Bonagura: Western Kentucky vs. Appalachian State
Schlabach: UTSA vs. Coastal Carolina

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Bonagur: Kansas State against Memphis
Schlabach: Kansas vs UCF

Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl
Bonagura: Army vs. Houston
Schlabach: washington state against Liberty

Union Home Mortgage Bol Gasparilla
Bonagur: Auburn versus. duke
Schlabach: Purdue against UAB

Bowl Hawai’i EasyPost
Bonagura: UAB vs. Wyoming
Schlabach: Western Kentucky vs. Air Force

Fast Lane Bowl
Bonagur: Rutgers vs. Eastern Michigan
Schlabach: Rutgers vs. Central Michigan

Camellia Bowl
Bonagura: Louisiana vs. Middle Tennessee
Schlabach: Eastern Michigan vs. Southern Alabama

SERVPRO First Responder Bowl
Bonagura: SMU vs. Air Force
Schlabach: Memphis vs. BYU

TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl
Bonagur: Arizona versus. Missouri
Schlabach: Cincinnati vs. Mississippi State

Guaranteed Rate Bowl
Bonagura: Kansas vs. Illinois
Schlabach: Kansas State vs. Iowa

Military bowl presented by Peraton
Bonagur: Syracuse vs UCF
Schlabach: Duke against. EMS

AutoZone Freedom Bowl
Bonagur: TOS against Texas A&M
Schlabach: TCU vs. Caroline from the south

San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl
Bonagur: NC status against Oregon State
Schlabach: WakeForest versus. Washington

TaxAct Texas Bowl
Bonagur: Iowa State versus. Arkansas
Schlabach: Iowa State vs. Ole Miss

Bad Boy Mowers Pinstripe Bowl
Bonagur: our Lady versus. state of michigan
Schlabach: pitt versus. Wisconsin

Cheez-It Bowl
Bonagur: Miami versus. Baylor
Schlabach: Miami vs. Texas

Valero Alamo bowl
Bonagura: Texas vs Washington
Schlabach: Baylor vs. Utah

Duke’s Mayo Bowl
Bonagura: Wake Forest v Purdue
Schlabach: state of florida versus. Maryland

Tony the Tiger Sunshine Bowl
Bonagura: Florida State vs. Washington State
Schlabach: Syracuse vs. cal

TaxSlayer Alligator Bowl
Bonagura: Pitt against. USL
Schlabach: Notre Dame vs. Florida

Sports Arizona Bowl Bar Stool
Bonagura: UNLV vs. Central Michigan
Schlabach: Fresno State vs. Miami, Ohio

TransPerfect Music City Bowl
Bonagura: Maryland vs. Mississippi State
Schlabach: Michigan State vs. LSU

ReliaQuest Bowl
Bonagura: Wisconsin vs. LSU
Schlabach: NC State vs. Kentucky

citrus bowl
Bonagur: Minnesota against Tennessee
Schlabach: Minnesota vs. Arkansas

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What TV channel is Ohio State-Toledo today? Live stream, time, how to watch online https://columbus-chamber.org/what-tv-channel-is-ohio-state-toledo-today-live-stream-time-how-to-watch-online/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 19:51:00 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/what-tv-channel-is-ohio-state-toledo-today-live-stream-time-how-to-watch-online/ No. 3 Ohio State hosts Toledo on Saturday, Sept. 17. The match will be streamed live on DirecTV Stream (free trial) and fuboTV (live stream). The Buckeyes tried last week to smooth out their early season wrinkles against a heavy underdog. Buckeyes coach Ryan Day doesn’t think they’ve knocked out enough to be a championship […]]]>

No. 3 Ohio State hosts Toledo on Saturday, Sept. 17. The match will be streamed live on DirecTV Stream (free trial) and fuboTV (live stream).

The Buckeyes tried last week to smooth out their early season wrinkles against a heavy underdog.

Buckeyes coach Ryan Day doesn’t think they’ve knocked out enough to be a championship contender just yet.

Penalties remain the main problem. Ohio State gave last week’s opponent Arkansas State more penalty yards than the Red Wolves gained all afternoon playing football.

The Buckeyes (2-0) were scored nine times for 85 yards on Saturday after being penalized seven times for 75 yards in their opener against Notre Dame.

The Buckeyes have another chance to tune up before heading into the Big Ten schedule when Toledo travels to Ohio Stadium on Saturday night.

The Rockets (2-0) were expected to finish second in the Mid-American Conference West Division, but it’s hard to get a good read because their opponents were so outmatched in the first two games. Toledo buried Long Island University and UMass by a combined score of 92-10.

The Rockets will be four-touchdown underdogs this week.

When is Ohio State-Toledo?

Ohio State plays Toledo at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. ET) on Saturday, September 17.

Live streaming options

DirecTV streams

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There are four DirecTV Stream options:

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DirecTV Stream offers a free trial that doesn’t require much effort.

To sign up, enter a phone number, email address, and credit card, and you’ll receive five days of free service.

Plus, enhance your experience with the DirecTV Stream device. Although it doesn’t include a free trial, it gives you access to thousands of apps like Netflix and more on Google Play. You can search using the voice remote with Google Assistant and you can enjoy a traditional live TV channel guide. It is sold separately.

Fubo TV

The game will be streamed live on fuboTV, which offers a free trial. The most basic package is the “standard fubo” package, which includes over 121 channels for $69.99 per month. Like all cord cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports. It comes with over 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 10 screens at once.

Will it be televised?

Ohio State-Toledo will be televised on Fox.

Insight

RUN IT: AP Preseason All-American running back TreVeyon Henderson continued to split runs with fellow sophomore Miyan Williams. The combination has worked for the Buckeyes since last season.

Henderson rushed for 91 yards and Williams for 84 and a touchdown against Notre Dame. They combined for 123 last week, with Henderson scoring twice.

“I really think they’re a dynamic duo,” Stroud said. “Miyan has been good since he arrived here. His pass blocking is terrific. Same with Tre. Tre takes it very seriously, which helps me. And I really think our approach in the offseason, and making sure we had to run the ball, is paying dividends.

A LOOK AT FINN: Ohio State defensive coordinator Jim Knowles said one of the challenges with Toledo was containing quarterback Dequan Finn, who always threatens to turn broken plays into positive yards.

“I think he can do it whenever he wants, not so many runs designed for the quarterback, but we have to be ready for that,” Knowles said. “He makes a lot of games with his feet. Jamming situations, this is where you really have to be aware of what it can do. He has all the tools, makes all the throws, very capable.

TAKE A BREAK : Ohio State star receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba has been sidelined with a hamstring issue since the start of Week 1. Day said he could be back on Saturday .

“We’re going to expect him to play this weekend,” Day said. “We’ll see how this week goes, but we’ll only put him in the game if we’re 100 per cent sure he’s ready to roll.”

Starting receiver Julian Fleming, who missed the first two games with an injury, could also play Saturday, Day said.

Harrison and Emeka Egbuka have become go-to receivers with both on the shelf.

FUN FACT: Ohio State hasn’t lost to an in-state opponent since 1921, when Oberlin College — southwest of Cleveland — edged the Buckeyes 7-6. Ohio State has beaten Toledo three times, most recently in 2011.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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House Republicans demand answers as credit card companies are forced to track gun purchases https://columbus-chamber.org/house-republicans-demand-answers-as-credit-card-companies-are-forced-to-track-gun-purchases/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 18:58:11 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/house-republicans-demand-answers-as-credit-card-companies-are-forced-to-track-gun-purchases/ Iraq War veteran Rob Smith tears up a recent Los Angeles Times article that poses the question, “Is California ready for more black people to legally carry guns in public?” House Republicans are asking credit card giants if they support a plan to make it easier to track gun buyers. Rep. Elise Stefanik, RN.Y., along […]]]>

House Republicans are asking credit card giants if they support a plan to make it easier to track gun buyers.

Rep. Elise Stefanik, RN.Y., along with 100 other Republicans sent letters to the CEOs of Mastercard, American Express and Visa urging their stated support for creating individual codes identifying gun purchases. Members argue that the plan opens a back door to an unofficial gun registry in the country.

Representative Elise Stefanik led a group of Republicans in asking the credit card giants if they would support a plan to make it easier to track gun purchases. (Photographer: Samuel Corum/Bloomberg via Getty Images/Getty Images)

House members are concerned about a move by the Internal Standards Organization to create a Merchant Category Code (MCC) that would identify when someone uses a credit card to buy a gun.

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Moving comes later New York State Attorney General Letitia james said “credit card companies must now take the next step and report suspicious transactions on gun and ammunition sales” earlier this month.

“Of course, there is no accepted, consistent, scientific, or legitimate way to determine from this date what is and is not a ‘suspicious’ purchase,” the House members wrote. “A gun control advocate might view any desire to own or obtain a gun as suspect in itself. Instead, it is a transparent attempt to chill the exercise of protected rights by the Constitution and circumvent existing legal restrictions on the creation of government gun registries.”

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Credit card CEOs rejected an attempt to create a gun-specific MCC last year, saying they “believe that asking payment networks to serve as a moral authority in deciding what legal assets can or cannot be purchased sets a dangerous precedent”.

However, the CEOs appear to have changed their position after Amalgamated Bank applied for a new MCC in June 2022, according to the letter.

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Future-proof: The cannabis industry is sowing the seeds of innovation and growing https://columbus-chamber.org/future-proof-the-cannabis-industry-is-sowing-the-seeds-of-innovation-and-growing/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:01:25 +0000 https://columbus-chamber.org/future-proof-the-cannabis-industry-is-sowing-the-seeds-of-innovation-and-growing/ With the widespread legalization of cannabis, Tiby Erdely, founding partner of KEY Investment Partners, Kevin Bush, CFO of Sweet Leaf Madison Capital, Zack Ein, CEO of Grassdoor, Matt Stein, co-founder and CRO of Katalys, and Yulia Kalk, COO of Gordian Compliance Solutions, joined the Future Proof panel. The cannabis industry: how to invest for the […]]]>

With the widespread legalization of cannabis, Tiby Erdely, founding partner of KEY Investment Partners, Kevin Bush, CFO of Sweet Leaf Madison Capital, Zack Ein, CEO of Grassdoor, Matt Stein, co-founder and CRO of Katalys, and Yulia Kalk, COO of Gordian Compliance Solutions, joined the Future Proof panel. The cannabis industry: how to invest for the future.

A growing number (pun intended) of investors are interested in finding the best investment opportunities in the budding cannabis industry.

“This is a totally capital-constrained industry,” Erdely noted, playing a pun on it being a “base-based” industry. He sees the political acceleration of legalization as inevitable each time a new state legalizes it.

Ein’s company, Grassdoor, created the backend infrastructure that does for cannabis what food delivery services like Fresh Direct or Hello Fresh do. “There’s about $40 profit per delivery.”

Stein noted that big companies like Google and Amazon aren’t yet comfortable with cannabis, creating an opportunity for his company to drive traffic directly from CBD brand websites. “Traditional platforms do not allow this kind of relationship. We facilitate them regularly.

Sweetleaf Madison, meanwhile, provides financial support for the growing industry. “The challenge of lending to the industry is that every state is its own country,” Bush said, “what works in Ohio may not work in Michigan.”

A hard-to-pull weed

Compliance also creates challenges, and Kalk agreed with Bush’s diagnosis of funding difficulties in the cannabis industry. “The biggest issue that keeps people from investing is not understanding how to operate from a compliance perspective in this industry.” Despite differing regulations and policies between states, Kalk noted that most compliance failures stem from violations of regular operational practices, “the penalty is not imposed because it is the industry of the cannabis, but because you broke another rule”. She compared cannabis to crypto in terms of the heightened scrutiny it receives from regulators.

Ein said that unlike Lyft or Uber, which use 1099s for freelancers, his company had to make its drivers and delivery people full-time employees.

Bush said, “Cannabis is like the Wild West. You have all kinds of characters. He considers it more important to exercise due diligence. “The whole industry is fascinating because you have this illegality at the federal level,” he said.

Katalyst has unique roadblocks, given the national illegality. They can’t make ad buys on platforms like Facebook, so they had to innovate strategically to increase brand traffic. All of the companies represented on the panel had to be nimble in their approach to the industry. Erdely pointed out that many companies in the sector have been forced to innovate in order to survive.

Regarding the future of compliance in the industry, Kalk said, “I don’t expect there to be anything new focused just on the cannabis industry in financial regulations. “

For a glimpse of comparable performance, cannabis seems to follow along with alcohol. During the COVID lockdown, cannabis use has increased. “Not only do I expect cannabis to do well in a recession, but I expect states to work faster in a recession to legalize cannabis,” Erdely noted.

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