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"This change didn't come lightly. We've been working with our board of directors, our volunteers and our members of the community for several years. We've completed research as far back as 2004 and as most recently as 2012 before we embarked on the real decision to make this change," 
New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union is now Nusenda Credit Union. After what Terry Laudick, president and CEO of the credit union, called a decade's worth of research and planning, the new name and corporate branding were officially unveiled at a press conference this morning.
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Recognize any of these local movers and shakers? Send them a note of congrats for being featured in this week's People on the Move! See more here: http://bit.ly/ABQPOTM
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Welcome to Downtown ABQ Silver Street Market
The wait is over. Silver Street Market will plant roots in Downtown Albuquerque at the Imperial Building development.
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Check out how UNM spent $119.6M in R&D money in our database

Research at the University of New Mexico is big business: $119.6 million worth of business, in fact.
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These are our 8 favorite ABQ Business First covers of 2014. We are, of course, taking something of a gamble by publishing this before year's end. bit.ly/ABFCovers
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Mesa del Sol will become the new home of United Poly Systems, a firm that makes PVC piping for the oil and gas industry.    http://bit.ly/15O4mS3
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We’re breaking the silence about salaries with a treasure trove of data on what occupations and job titles are the city and state’s most lucrative. And we’ve talked with major players in various industries about what people in their career path might earn, from rookies to veterans. http://bit.ly/ABQWages
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The former Noon Day building - now part of Innovate ABQ - could become a commercial kitchen for food trucks while the university develops the Innovate ABQ center. 
The city of Albuquerque is working on signing an interim lease with the University of New Mexico to turn the former Noon Day building — now part of Innovate ABQ — into a commercial kitchen for food trucks.
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Albuquerque Business First ABQ culture mag Local iQ shutters after eight years. Full story here: http://bit.ly/LocaliQ 
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Wellness is all about setting goals. One goal for your corporate wellness plan should be to not get sued 
As employers ratchet up employee wellness programs from voluntary to mandatory, two recent lawsuits are raising concerns about just how to implement those programs that are designed to reduce insurance costs.
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