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Shondaland Hires Megha Tolia as First President and COO

Shondaland has hired of Megha Tolia as the company’s first president and COO. In the newly created position, Tolia will oversee company operations including growth, strategic planning and finance. She will report to Shonda Rhimes, founder and CEO.  “Over the past few years, Shondaland has expanded into many new business areas while simultaneously growing the number of people working in each of our departments,” Rhimes said. “Megha brings with her invaluable knowledge and experience to help Shondaland continue to successfully manage this growth while identifying new business opportunities and endeavors for the company.” Tolia joins Shondaland after most recently serving as vice president...
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PPP loans: Top 100 largest loans in 2020 in ZIP Code 61820

Here are the top 100 largest PPP loans provided in 2020 to small businesses in ZIP Code 61820, according to the US Small Business Administration. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provides loans to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies with less than 500 employees, sole-proprietorships, independent contractors or self-employed individuals may qualify for these loans, according to Harvard Business School.
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Opinion: Twitter made this shareholder-friendly move after Jack Dorsey resigned as CEO. Here’s why it just might work.

Twitter TWTR, +5.70% investors may be making a mistake by reacting so negatively to Jack Dorsey’s resignation as CEO and his being replaced by a relatively unknown company insider — Parag Agrawal. The chart below plots Twitter stock’s performance relative to the S&P 500. SPX,. +1.17%. since Dorsey’s resignation announcement...
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Shondaland Names Megha Tolia President and COO

Shondaland has named SC Johnson exec Megha Tolia the first president and COO of the Shonda Rhimes-founded company, the producers of “Bridgerton,” “Inventing Anna” and “Grey’s Anatomy” announced Monday. In her newly created role, Tolia is responsible for oversight of the company’s operations including growth, strategic planning and finance. She...
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2021 Most Disruptive MBA Startups: SXD, Harvard Business School

Brief Description of Solution: SXD combines trade secret design method and computer graphics to turn leftover fabrics into zero waste clothing. These minimal zero waste designs consume less raw material, costs about 55% less to produce, and looks better. Recently, SXD was featured in Harper’s Bazaar Japan as a company Redefining the Fashion Ecosystem. It also became the first fashion design oriented startup to win numerous prizes, including the Grand Prize at the Harvard Business School New Venture Competition.
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Ex-Affirm Exec Named Latest Bain Capital Ventures Partner

Bain Capital Ventures has appointed a former executive from buy now, pay later platform Affirm to serve as its newest partner. As TechCrunch reported Monday (Dec. 6), Christina Melas-Kyriazi will focus her efforts on seed and Series A funding for up-and-coming FinTech and commerce firms, working out of Bain Capital Ventures’ San Francisco office.
BOSTON, MA
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Harvard Business School appoints Elizabeth Clark chief information officer

Harvard Business School (HBS) announced the appointment of Elizabeth Clark to the role of chief information officer, effective Jan. 3, 2022. She will oversee a talented group of information technology (IT) professionals committed to helping advance the teaching, learning, research, and administrative mission of HBS. “HBS is a large and...
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Forty Under 40: Graham Patton, Pontem Energy Capital

Graham Patton, principal at Pontem Energy Capital, is today’s featured Forty Under 40 honoree. Initially joining BP’s Deepwater Gulf of Mexico team as a reservoir engineer, Patton left the oil major after two years to pursue an MBA at Harvard Business School and eventually transitioned to the financial side of the business, working in investment banking with Goldman Sachs before shifting to principal investing with Citadel.
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Top 10 largest PPP loans provided to Rockwood small businesses in 2021

Here are the top 10 largest PPP loans provided to Rockwood small businesses in 2021, according to the US Small Business Administration. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provides loans to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies with less than 500 employees, sole-proprietorships, independent contractors and self-employed individuals may qualify for these loans, according to Harvard Business School.
ROCKWOOD, IL
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Lucas: Never mind Marty Walsh, keep an eye on Dan Koh

Forget Marty Walsh. He’s had his run. It’s Dan Koh, his sidekick, that Democrats should keep their eye on. Koh, 36, of Andover is Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh’s chief of staff. Before that he served as chief of staff to Walsh when Walsh was mayor of Boston. While speculation...
BOSTON, MA

ZIP Code 60632: Top 100 largest paid-in-full PPP loans provided to small businesses in 2020

Here are the top 100 largest paid-in-full PPP loans provided to small businesses in 2020 in ZIP Code 60632, according to the US Small Business Administration. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provides loans to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies with less than 500 employees, sole-proprietorships, independent contractors and self-employed individuals may qualify for these loans, according to Harvard Business School.
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29 PPP loans provided to small businesses in ZIP Code 60604 in June 2020

There were 29 PPP loans provided in June 2020 to small businesses in ZIP Code 60604, according to the US Small Business Administration. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) provides loans to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies with less than 500 employees, sole-proprietorships, independent contractors and self-employed individuals may qualify for these loans, according to Harvard Business School.
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