Local Restaurant Chain eegee's Hires New CEO, Looks To Expand Out of State
Local fast food chain is looking to expand.Mae Mu/Unsplash. No matter how long you have called Tucson home, chances are you’ve made it to one of the many eegee’s restaurants in the community. As the Old Pueblo’s native fast-food chain, the restaurant, best known for its bacon ranch fries and grinders served on freshly baked bread, has remained predominantly in the city of its birth. While eegee’s has begun its push into metro Phoenix over the last year, in terms of fast-food chains, the expansion of eegee’s has proven slow at best.
FreeWire looking for Sr. Executive Assistant with unlimited PTO
(Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) FreeWire, a climate tech company, is looking for a qualified candidate to fill a Senior Executive Assistant position. The full-time position, which would report directly to the CEO, would ask any future employee to manage executive calendars, schedule internal and external meetings, attend meetings with the CEO and several other related duties.
Top Level Bank of America Executive Awarded 30% Pay Increase Netting $30 Million Annually
Banks have seen massive profits over the past couple of years with stock prices showing as much as 48% gains in the financial sector. For Bank of America, those gains were quickly distributed in the form of salary increases.
Asking Bryan Clayton - What Advice He Would Give A Younger Him?
Monday Morning Coffee With Bryan Clayton CEO and cofounder of GreenPal. Part Three: What Advice He Would Give A Younger Him?
Asking Bryan Clayton - How did you become an entrepreneur?
Monday Morning Coffee With Bryan Clayton CEO and cofounder of GreenPal. Part One: How did you become an entrepreneur?
2 Phrases to Use When Giving A Bad Boss Negative Feedback, According to a 19-Year Corporate CEO
Your boss is driving you crazy. You feel as if they don’t understand what it’s like to actually do the work. They aren’t considering the consequences of their words or decisions. They play the political game too often to be trusted. Their vision is self-serving or flawed.
Levi's executive resigns in wake of anti-school closure campaign
(Tim Boyle / Getty Images) (SAN FRANCISCO) A Levi's executive reportedly resigned Monday in light of what she called repeated condemnation from colleagues and corporate leaders for repeatedly pushing back against school closures related to pandemic health orders.
Was The Butter Bitter @ Better.com?
“Betty bought a bit of butter, but the butter was bitter. So, she bought some better butter to make the bitter butter better.”. That’s an old tongue twister you might have recited several times as a kid! Fun, right?