Private Equity Groups: Mid-Market Companies’ Path To Accessing Capital

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Mid-market companies find themselves in a quandary when it comes to obtaining much-needed capital to grow. This segment of the US economy, if measured on its own, would rank the fourth largest in the world. Yet a 2015 survey by GE Capital and Ohio State University’s College of Business found that 55 percent of middle market businesses do not have sufficient access to funding.
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Shane Cox – Mike Cox Electric Supplying Generations of Experience for the Inland Empire

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In a recent interview, Sean Reynolds with Energy Independence spoke with Shane Cox, president of The
Mike Cox Electric Inc., a National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) member, to get his take on
emerging technologies, the technicians who make it happen, and what it means to be a NECA contractor
in today’s energy efficient environment.

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The IBEW Local 440 Teams Up With Norco College

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The successful program founded by the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) has trained thousands of men and women over the years to work in the electrical construction industry. Kevin Fleming, Dean of Instruction, Career and Technical Education at Norco College, says the local college will now administer the NJATC program previously overseen by Palomar College in San Diego County.

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Congressman Mark Takano Support PLAs

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United States Congressman Mark Takano represents California’s 41st District, encompassing the cities of Riverside, Moreno Valley, Perris and Mead Valley. In 2010, acting as a Riverside Community College trustee, Takano, along with Jose Medina and Mary Figueroa, voted to allocate $350 million of Measure C bonds for Riverside college improvements while utilizing a project labor agreement (PLA.) ”
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