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New Hampshire Business Newsreel: Copadis joins New Horizons board


Copadis joins New Horizons board

George N. Copadis, commissioner of New Hampshire Employment Security, has been appointed to the The New Horizons for New Hampshire board of directors, the nonprofit announced Wednesday.

Copadis served as commissioner of labor for state from November 2004 to July 2012 and prior to that was the president of the Workforce Opportunity Council. He is a lifelong resident of Manchester and a graduate of University of New Hampshire.

His affiliations include numerous years as president and board member of St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral and as chairman of the Glendi Festival.

 

Citizens debuts refinancing for student loans

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Citizens Bank this week announced the introduction of the Citizens Bank Education Refinance Loan, which allows students to refinance or consolidate private student loan debt at interest rates as low as 2.82 percent.

The loan, which has no prepayment penalties, provides borrowers with the potential benefits of a single monthly private student loan payment, refinancing a variable rate into a fixed interest rate loan and potentially lowering the interest rate and/or lowering the borrower’s monthly payment.

There are no application, origination or disbursement fees, and refinancing is available with either a fixed or variable rate. More information is available at citizensbank.com.

Sears recalls Kenmore fan heaters over fire, burn hazards

WASHINGTON — Sears Holdings Corp has recalled about 42,500 Kenmore oscillating fan heaters after reports some of them overheated and caused injuries, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Wednesday.

Broken motor mounts can cause the fan heaters to overheat and catch fire, the CPSC said in a statement on its website.

Sears and its Kmart unit have received seven reports of the heaters smoking or catching fire. There have been two injuries reported, with one report of smoke inhalation and one of a blistered finger.

The fan heaters were sold at U.S. Sears and Kmart stores from September to November 2013 for $35 to $40. They were made in China.

Reuters


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