Aerospace veteran dedicates his knight’s title to thousands of workers past and present

THE head of Operation Spirit AeroSystems in Northern Ireland, Michael Ryan, must be knighted for his services to the economy. The Belfast-born aerospace veteran, who joined Short Brothers straight out of Queen’s University in 1981, has helped manage his transition to the new ownership of Kansas-based Spirit AeroSystems. This happened …

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Bill Nelson’s NASA agenda – POLITICO

– POLITICO Q&A: NASA Administrator Bill Nelson presents his strategy to get more funding for the lunar mission and more. – New bipartisan legislation seeks to boost commercial space companies by extending the tax advantages for domestic installations. – If you worked for the boss of NASA when he was …

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BizHawk: Crafter’s Library in Santa Barbara Creates Coworking and Retail Space | Business

BizHawk is published weekly and includes material of interest to the business community. Share your company’s news, including employee announcements and staff movements, via email [email protected]. Andrew Rawls ran a luxury travel agency in Washington, DC, until the COVID-19 pandemic decimated his business. He returned home with his mother to …

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Local artist Jacob A. Meders creates immersive installation at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) transformed the SMoCA Lounge into a gallery with the exhibition “And It’s Built on the Sacred”, an indoor installation by local artist Jacob A. Meders (Mechoopda / Maidu), visible until October 17, 2021. Jennifer mccabe, director and chief curator …

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American Airlines plans to spend up to $ 1 billion on 250 new electric planes through startup Vertical Aerospace

American Airlines is investing in British electric aircraft maker Vertical Aerospace and could order up to 250 of the new planes for $ 1 billion, the airline said Thursday. Vertical Aerospace plans to develop a zero carbon aircraft that can carry four passengers and a pilot and fly at speeds …

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Life sciences leasing in 2021 has already hit an all-time high in New York City – Commercial Observer

The life sciences industry is accelerating in New York City. Life science leasing has already reached a record level in 2021, when the year is only halfway through. Rental activity in the area was over 257,000 square feet in the first half of this year, already surpassing the 2020 total …

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Aerospace, Defense and Space Market 2021-28 Growing Demand | Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Company – The Manomet Current

New research report on global aerospace, defense and space market will provide up-to-date assessment related to current industry scenarios, current trends, major drivers as well as environment overall industry. The Aerospace, Defense and Space market report majorly focuses on major regions, development estimates between 2022 and 2028 including critical manufacturers, …

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Why the Sunshine Coast office market is one of Australia’s strongest

As office vacancy rates rose dramatically in capital cities last year, another story unfolded on the Sunshine Coast. A glut of buildings on the market was gradually absorbed and new category A projects quickly filled with tenants. As vacancy rates fell from a high of 22% in 2019 to just …

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Danielle Hines: the visionary behind the coworking space in the civil rights district

By Javacia Harris BowserFor the Birmingham Times Birmingham city center has a new coworking space that is both steeped in history and focused on the future, thanks to the vision of Danielle Hines, lawyer, business owner and military veteran based in Birmingham. Hines is the creator of CREED63, which offers …

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