Command Alkon’s Emily Branum Recognized As One of Birmingham Business Journal’s Women to Watch

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Emily Branum

Emily Branum, Chief Strategy and Legal Officer at Command Alkon, has been named a one of the Birmingham Business Journal's Women to Watch for 2020.
Emily Branum, Chief Strategy and Legal Officer at Command Alkon, has been named a one of the Birmingham Business Journal’s Women to Watch for 2020.
Emily Branum, Chief Strategy and Legal Officer at Command Alkon, has been named a one of the Birmingham Business Journal’s Women to Watch for 2020.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Command Alkon, provider of the leading supplier collaboration platform for construction’s heavy work, announces that Emily Branum, Chief Strategy and Legal Officer at Command Alkon, was chosen as one of Birmingham Business Journal’s Women to Watch for 2020. This honorary list is comprised of record-breaking women who serve as key leaders in their companies or organizations. Additionally, this recognition highlights women who show potential to shape the future of Birmingham’s business world, and

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N.J. public unions are enablers of ‘central command’ economy | Letters

Government-employee unions are an economic army devoted to destroying business and industry — unless the business is dependent on government spending.

Here in New Jersey, the unemployment rate is 10.9%. Because of coronavirus safety restrictions, we are living under a central-command economy where the government decides who can be open for business and how they can open their businesses.

No sense of shame stopped the state from raising the gasoline tax 9.3 cents a gallon this month (under a formula triggered by a previously approved road-funding mechanism) during an economic downturn that this government caused. This does not bother the government unions one bit. No matter how bad the economy is, they will get their money.

The government and the media incited the masses with the fear of coronavirus. I think the danger is being exaggerated for political purposes. Through media propaganda and the promise of more compensation from taxpayers,

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