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  • ​Minuteman eyes new status beyond health exchanges June 23, 2017
    Minuteman Health is looking to re-establish itself as a new kind of insurer come next year, shedding its much-maligned brand as a creation of Obamacare and, with it, the rules that govern to whom it can offer insurance under the federal government's cooperative insurance program. Minuteman, which also operates in New Hampshire, would operate as Minuteman Insurance Co. as of Jan. 1, pending state approvals. The change would allow the insurer to enter markets that aren’t subject to Obamacare rules…
  • Former Staples CEO named JFK Library Foundation chairman June 23, 2017
    Former Staples Inc. CEO Ronald L. Sargent has a new job: chairman of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. The board of directors at the foundation announced the news on Friday. Sargent has served on the foundation's board of directors since 2010, and as the chairman of the foundation’s audit committee since 2013. As the chair of the JFK Library Foundation's annual fundraising gala in 2013, Sargent raised $2.5 million, which has since only been topped by the JFK Centennial gala in 2017, acording…
  • Parent of Beth Israel hospital reports $4M loss in six months June 23, 2017
    ​CareGroup said salary costs and supplies forced substantially higher red ink in the first two months of fiscal 2017 compared to last year.
  • Suffolk continues board makeover with four new trustees June 23, 2017
    Suffolk University has named four new members to its board of trustees, including a former Fidelity Investments and Bank of America executive, as the Boston institution looks to leave behind years of turmoil in its top ranks. The school has worked to remake its board since early last year, when a dispute between trustees and then-President Margaret McKenna spilled out into public. In February 2016, McKenna agreed to leave the post in 2017, with board chairman Andrew Meyer committing to step down…
  • Shortage of visas for seasonal workers hits Cape Cod hospitality industry hard June 23, 2017
    This story originally appeared on WBUR's website. For months now a perfect storm has been brewing on Cape Cod and other summer vacation spots around New England. Low unemployment, a booming regional economy and the lack of visas for seasonal foreign workers has hit the state's hospitality industry hard. The Most Highly Regulated Visa In The U.S. About four million tourists a year escape to Cape Cod. To keep them fed, housed and happy requires an estimated 20,000 temporary workers. "Our son,…
  • Check out photos from the BBJ's 2017 Best Places to Work event June 23, 2017
    More than 900 people attended the Boston Business Journal 2017 Best Places to Work event on Thursday night at Symphony Hall in Boston, where dozens of companies were honored for creating and maintaining outstanding work environments for their employees. You can take a look at out all the award winners here. The winners and their final rankings were determined by Quantum Workplace, which conducted an online survey of the employees for each company asking them to rate their respective work environment,…
  • Delaware North CEOs talk about their roots, the future of the firm and Boston June 23, 2017
    Delaware North could be headquartered anywhere. Yet the hospitality, concessions and sports giant has stayed true to its Buffalo roots. That’s why it spent more than $50 million to build the Buffalo headquarters. The project followed Uniland Development’s $120 million investment to construct the 12-story structure, appropriately named the Delaware North Building. Besides the company headquarters, the glass building at Delaware Avenue and West Chippewa Street has two restaurants, a Westin hotel…
  • Boomers are pumping up prices — and rents — for vacation homes. Here's where Mass. stacks up. June 23, 2017
    There are opportunities to be had for people looking to invest in a vacation home – especially for those looking to rent the place out when they’re not using it. But investors should move sooner rather than later, analysts say. Between the booming stock market and the nation's shortage in housing inventory, demand for vacation homes is expected to increase. A recent report by the National Association of Realtors found that vacation-home buyers as a share of all U.S. homebuyers declined for…
  • ​Cambridge’s Aveo eyes turnaround as cancer drug nears E.U. nod June 23, 2017
    Aveo Oncology fell out of favor with investors in 2013 after the FDA rejected its kidney cancer drug, tivozanib. Then, last year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued three of Aveo’s former top executives— and reached a $4 million settlement with the Cambridge biotech — over allegations that it fraudulently concealed the FDA’s concerns about the drug from investors. After all that, on Friday, Aveo (Nasdaq: AVEO) got a dose of good news, announcing that an E.U. scientific committee…
  • Senate sends 'amend and improve' bill to pot talks with House June 23, 2017
    ​The Senate on Thursday night approved a series of updates to the state's voter-passed marijuana legalization law, which supporters said closely align with the ideals of the ballot question but which differ significantly from the bill House lawmakers passed Wednesday.

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NRPC Seminar: FDIC Insured Investments

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Title: NRPC Seminar: Principal Protected Investments
Location: 330 Homer Street, Newton, MA 02459
Description: Principal Protected Investments combine some of the features of a fixed-income security, such as return of principal at maturity, with the potential for capital appreciation that you get from equities. They are designed to protect against losses at maturity, while providing the opportunity to participate in the gains on an equity investment.

Presented by: Mr. Richard Suder, CFA, CFP®, ChFC, CLU, CRPS, AAMS

Richard is an experienced independent financial advisor and the President of Auri Elan Financial Group located in Newton.  Securities and Advisory Services offered through LPL Financial. A Registered Investment Advisor, Member FINRA/SIPC. He holds various prestigious professional designations including Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), and etc.

Start Time: 19:00
End Time: 20:30
Date: 2011-03-10

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