Kevin Labanc is ready for a homecoming tour. The Staten Island native is coming back to his roots this weekend with the Sharks to play three games in four days against the Devils, Islanders and Rangers. Labanc, who has tallied three goals and two assists through the first five games of the season, will return...
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- Dissolution by Proclamation / Annulment of Authority (Mar 24, 1993)
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
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Amazon is coming to Staten Island and it’s bringing jobs for humans and robots. The Seattle e-commerce giant said today it will open an 855,000-square-foot fulfillment center in the New York City borough, its first in the state of New York, which it claims will create 2,250 full-time jobs along with “opportunities for employees to engage with advanced robotics.” More specifically, Amazon says “employees at the Staten Island fulfillment center will work alongside robotics to pick, pack, and ship customer items such as household essentials, books, and toys.”
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