Allstate Closes Sale of New York Life and Annuity Businesses

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Oct. 1, 2021 – The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced that it has obtained all required regulatory approvals and closed the sale… The post Allstate Closes Sale of New York Life and Annuity Businesses appeared first on Allstate Newsroom. Original source: https://www.allstatenewsroom.com/news/allstate-closes-sale-of-new-york-life-and-annuity-businesses/

UBC joins Pride at Work to further 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion in the workplace

UBC has joined Pride at Work, an organization dedicated to helping create a safer, more inclusive workplace that recognizes the skills of 2SLGBTQIA+ people.  Original source: https://hr.ubc.ca/working-ubc/news/september-09-2021/ubc-joins-pride-work-further-2slgbtqia-inclusion-workplace

Lease Accounting Balance Sheet Reconciliation Report

CoStar provides a lease accounting balance sheet reconciliation report as part of its automatic lease accounting reconciliation. The report helps companies compare the general ledger balance to the sub-ledger using most any third-party reconciliation system, such as Blackline. It also… The post Lease Accounting Balance Sheet Reconciliation Report appeared first on CoStar Real Estate Manager. […]

Blockchain: Building Blocks of Decentralized Systems

In my last article in this series, I provided a baseline for what Crypto is and how it’s more than just digital currencies. I outlined how Crypto is the next evolution of the Internet. The aim is to decentralize today’s power structures, removing friction from our current systems, and empower participants. The key invention that […]

OSHA Fines Tampa Smelter $320,000 for Lead Exposure

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Tampa battery recycling center and smelter almost $320,000 for exposing workers to unsafe levels of lead, cadmium and arsenic, despite being warned about its practices last year, OSHA announced. Envirofocus …

OSHA Fines Tampa Smelter $320,000 for Lead Exposure

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Tampa battery recycling center and smelter almost $320,000 for exposing workers to unsafe levels of lead, cadmium and arsenic, despite being warned about its practices last year, OSHA announced. Envirofocus … Original source: https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/southeast/2021/10/01/634860.htm