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At MissionU, students don’t pay until they’ve landed a job

Braun’s goal is for program participants to develop the skills they need to be hired into a well-paying position that would rival any college graduate’s starting salary — without the overarching debt. (B.A. degree holders earn $37,000, on average, in the first few years after graduation, according to Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce.) Due in part to rapidly rising costs and the ensuing debt burden, many would-be college students are discovering this type of alternative occupational program in…

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Europe: FTSE closes flat as sterling bounces back on Brexit hopes, Stocks

Sat, Oct 21, 2017 – 8:03 AM [LONDON] Britain’s FTSE closed up 0.2 per cent on Friday as sterling bounced back on hopes of a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations, and consumer heavyweights Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser weighed down an index that was earlier lifted by financials. The FTSE 100, which hit a record level last week, was on track for a slight weekly loss after four weeks of robust gains, bruised by sharp drops earlier in the week from Convatec…

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Buddhists protest to urge Myanmar not to repatriate Rohingya

Hundreds of hard-line Buddhists protested Sunday to urge Myanmar’s government not to repatriate the nearly 600,000 minority Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh since late August to escape violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. The protest took place in Sittwe, the state capital, where many Rohingya lived before an outbreak of inter-communal violence in 2012 forced them to flee their homes. Aung Htay, a protest organizer, said any citizens would be welcome in the state. “But…

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There is no perfect time to invest, so seize the day

For those who have a mind to find one, there is always a reason not to invest in the equity markets and yet, remain forever in cash and over the longer term you are likely to be materially worse off. Everything in life, as Albert Einstein knew, is relative – even the threat of nuclear attack. None of what follows, we should immediately stress, is to downplay recent suggestions North Korea may have more nuclear weapons than previously thought or…

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From delivering Telegraph & Argus to multi-million pound business boss, Sue Gill celebrates her Bradford roots

A BRADFORD-born woman who went from newspaper delivery girl to boss of a multi-million pound events company says she has never forgotten her roots in the city. Sue Gill, 46, started out delivering the Telegraph & Argus around Bolton Lane and Ashbourne when she was 12. Now she is the managing director/chief executive of Your Event Solutions (YES), based in Hipperholme. Her firm, which she founded in 2001, has nine offices across the world including in Dubai, France, Bulgaria, Brazil…

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Guest Commentary: Washington needs to stabalize the markets to move forward on healthcare

After a season of healthcare policy fits and starts, now is the time for Washington to take a collective deep breath and assess what we learned and how we as a nation can do better. I say “we” because if the objective is truly a high-performing, affordable health system for all Americans, then everyone has a role to play—patients, providers, purchasers, health plans and policymakers of every stripe. First, what have we learned? Americans do not want to go backward.…

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France hit by butter shortage

French pastries, and butter, have become so popular abroad that the increased demand led to a mini shortage of the dairy product in French supermarkets. According to the body in charge of listing the cost of foods, the price of butter rose 60% in August to €6.7 ($7.9, €5.99) per kilogram, creating fears of a shortage of Christmas treats such as the traditional Yule Log. Some French regions, including Brittany and Normandy, have reportedly been hit harder by the butter…

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Entrepreneurial passion: how to keep the fire burning

Theoretical and empirical studies agree that passion is a critical factor influencing entrepreneurial behaviour and performance. Some have suggested that this passion may change over time. However, empirical evidence for this claim is at best ambiguous. Moreover, research has so far given little attention to the factors influencing entrepreneurial passion. A study by a team led by Vlerick professor Veroniek Collewaert and Frederik Anseel, professor at Ghent University, fills several of the gaps and turns a previously held belief on…

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Henkel may make U.S. acquisitions: CEO in newspaper

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German consumer goods group Henkel (HNKG_p.DE) may further expand its business in the United States via acquisitions, Chief Executive Hans van Bylen told Welt am Sonntag in an interview. Hans Van Bylen, chief executive officer of German consumer goods group Henkel is seen next to the company’s logo at the annual general shareholders’ meeting in Duesseldorf, Germany, April 11, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay “If there are opportunities for acquisitions, we will take a look at whether they are…

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Everyday People Who Led Momentous Change

Nancy Koehn, a Harvard Business School historian, tells the life stories of three influential leaders: the abolitionist Frederick Douglass, the pacifist Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and the ecologist Rachel Carson. They all overcame personal challenges to achieve and inspire social change. In Koehn’s new book, Forged in Crisis: The Power of Courageous Leadership in Turbulent Times, she argues that tomorrow’s leaders of social change will come from the business world. Download this podcast CURT NICKISCH: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard…

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The Downside of Big Profits at Google and Facebook

Google and Facebook make too much money. That, of course, is why they are two of the most valuable companies on the planet. But as lawmakers and regulators grow increasingly concerned about the outsize power they wield, the strong earnings expected over the next two weeks come at an inconvenient time. Analysts expect the two combined to report… Source link

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Home-buying to be ‘faster and less stressful’ following review

Image copyright PA Home-buying and selling in England and Wales could be “faster and less stressful” under plans to simplify sales and tackle gazumping. Communities Secretary Sajid Javid launched an eight-week review, saying he wanted to “hear from the industry” on how to streamline home-buying. Ways of locking in deals and stopping sellers accepting higher offers at the last minute will be considered. But Labour said the plans were “feeble” and “smack of political diversion”. “This is a government out…

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Robotics makes the running in Nike’s factories of the future

An avid marathon runner, Knox Robinson can wear through a dozen pairs of trainers a year. Yet when it comes to racing, he has one go-to shoe — the Nike Flyknit Racer. For many athletes, the specially designed knitted upper section creates a more seamless, form-fitting shoe, something few other brands have matched. “I loved it when it came out. I thought it had such an elegant construction,” says Mr Robinson, before a running club meet-up in Manhattan’s Lower East…

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Cost of living: ‘My wage is the same but prices are up’

Wages are at their lowest level since 2006 when inflation is taken in to account, according to the Resolution Foundation. It comes as the inflation rate rises to 3%, the highest it’s been since 2012. In comparison, the average wage rose by 2.1% in the past year. But are people really feeling the pinch? BBC News asked people in Milton Keynes and Ipswich what they thought. Source link

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