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Disperse, which brings AI-powered data to construction projects, raises $16M – TechCrunch

Disperse, a UK-based construction technology company that offers an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered platform to help project managers track work and capture construction site data, has raised $16 million in funding. Founded in London in 2015, Disperse effectively creates a digital version of a complete construction site, including visual snapshots that …

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University of Dayton Integrates Catholic Mission Through Ethical Procurement

BY KELLY SWAN | August 9, 2022 In the summer of 2021, Julie Banks and Jennifer Napier, both of whom work for the University of Dayton, were invited to attend a workshop hosted by the Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN)—Working Together: Building a Catholic University Culture of Ethical Consumption. The workshop …

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Mountaintop Beverage plans full operations by the end of 22 in Morgantown Industrial Park

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – After three years of working with Mountaintop Beverage, West Virginia Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt officially welcomed them to the Morgantown Industrial Park on Friday. The state-of-the-art beverage manufacturing plant is expected to be fully operational by the end of the year and employ around 300 people. “We’re …

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BeReal photo-sharing app explores paid features to avoid ads

Photo-sharing app BeReal is exploring adding in-app payments for additional features to avoid Instagram-like advertising, as the French start-up grapples with technical issues caused by the massive increase in its popularity this summer among Gen Z users. BeReal has become hugely popular with teens and college students in the US …

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3 Tips to Beat Junior Nervousness When Getting Started in Tech

After graduation, I was hired as Pitch’s first junior engineer. I was looking forward to launching my career in technology. But as my first day on the job approached, I felt anxious about the challenge ahead. Fortunately, with the help of my team, I overcame my junior nervousness and gained …

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DigitalHealth.London launches new evidence bootcamp

DigitalHealth.London has opened apps for its new bootcamp that helps digital health companies navigate the complexities of generating evidence. The eight-week program is designed to help companies identify their evidence needs and gain expert assistance to help them generate effective and relevant evidence. In order to successfully launch a digital …

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Does remote work contribute to higher inflation?

Many different factors have contributed to skyrocketing inflation this year. Soaring gasoline prices, numerous stimulus measures over the past two years, and pent-up demand as a result of the pandemic are just some of the major issues to report. Inflation has driven bond yields higher and forced the Federal Reserve …

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The less shared challenges of regular customers

Regular customers, it’s a working relationship based on trust. However, as in all relationships, there are bound to be problems. We asked five designers—Giselle Loor Suggesterman, Aileen Warren, Kiley Jackson, Nomita Joshi-Gupta and Blair Burton—about the challenges they face when working with a client again. Giselle Loor SuggestermanCourtesy of B+G …

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Nulogy Appoints Supply Chain Industry Leader Christine Barnhart as Vice President, Product Marketing and Go-to-Market

Industry veteran bolsters Nulogy’s leadership team as company grows TORONTO, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Nulogya leading provider of supply chain collaboration solutions, today announced that supply chain industry veteran christine barhart joined Nulogy’s leadership team as Vice President, Product Marketing and Go-To-Market. Christine Barnhart, Vice President of Product Marketing …

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Meta partners with Qualcomm to develop custom chips for the Metaverse

Meta and Qualcomm have announced that they are teaming up to design custom chipsets for future iterations of its extended reality (XR) platform. The two companies signed an extensive multi-year partnership at IFA 2022 in Berlin. The partnership extends the existing relationship between the social media giant and the US …

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Harvard dorm mattress toppers burn in a fiery explosion on Mass. pike | New

Nearly 200 mattress toppers rented by Harvard undergraduates ended prematurely after the U-Haul transporting them to campus burst into flames on the side of the Massachusetts Turnpike on Monday afternoon. The moving van caught fire around 3.19pm Monday on the off-ramp to Cambridge, drawing attention and sparking memes at Harvard …

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Startup Mantra: Building Asset Infrastructure for Digital Success

Would you like to own a concept car in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT) issued by a global luxury car brand, advertise your product, or verify the identity of your “Avatar” in multiple metaverses? Seracle, a Pune-based blockchain infrastructure and digital asset services company, will help you realize …

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Amgen Announces Positive Results for Biosimilar Solaris for Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

Amgen announced positive topline results from a Phase 3 study evaluating the safety and efficacy of ABP 959 – a biosimilar candidate to Alexion’s Soliris (eculizumab) – in adult patients with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH). PNH is a rare, acquired, life-threatening blood disorder characterized by intravascular hemolytic anemia, bone marrow …

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Microsoft product key not working? 9 ways to fix it

Microsoft product keys are license keys that you can use to activate Windows. Activating your system verifies that you are using genuine Windows and gives you certain benefits. If your computer is not activated, after the trial period ends, you cannot change particular settings such as personalization, account, etc. The …

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Cost of living: recommended consumption sites for households | UK cost of living crisis

Struggling British households are turning to online discount stores to buy nearly expired food as the cost of living crisis puts pressure on budgets. Some of these stores, which sell name-brand food and drink products that are approaching or past their best-before date at discounted prices, are experiencing a surge …

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Truss’ mockery of UK workers shows she doesn’t understand the problem | Larry Elliot

It will no doubt surprise UK workers working in distribution warehouses, call centers or the NHS that Liz Truss thinks they could be doing by showing ‘more corruption’. Judging by comments made when she was chief secretary to the Treasury, the favored candidate for prime minister thinks the UK’s economic …

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Senators work through a marathon series of amendment votes

The package is the product of painstaking negotiations and will give Democrats a chance to achieve major political goals ahead of the upcoming midterm elections. Senate Democrats are using a special process to pass the package without a Republican vote. Once the legislation passes the Senate, it will then need …

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Intel’s legacy is eroding • The Register

Comment Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger’s carefully assembled house of cards is collapsing around him. And it’s not so surprising when you look at the hand that was dealt to him. For those who haven’t been following Intel’s product roadmap so closely, here’s a quick recap of the current situation. Society …

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Twitter to revamp Spaces, test themed stations and daily digest – TechCrunch

Twitter is developing an updated version of its audio chat rooms product known as Spaces, TechCrunch has learned and Twitter has confirmed. The company said it was currently working on a new experience for the Twitter Spaces tab in its app, but declined to discuss details of that change. However, …

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An immersive experience in innovation and entrepreneurship

The TIP Innovation Fellowship Program is an immersive, experiential learning opportunity for students to engage in technology commercialization and real-world entrepreneurship. The program pairs students with tech startups through UConn’s Technology Incubation Program (TIP) for mentored summer experiences. Since its inception in 2012, the program has placed 189 students in …

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Global Freeze Dried Foods Market Overview to 2027 –

Dublin, 25 July 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Freeze Dried Food Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global freeze-dried food market reached a value of US$2.35 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, the publisher expects the market …

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Women entrepreneurs re-educate the narrative

Women entrepreneurs are taking the lead in women’s businesses. Getty For generations, the classic American business tale from Hollywood studios has highlighted stereotypical male sensibilities, hunches, and the perceived courage to succeed. Hollywood may have created the shiny version of life by imitating art, but the residue has long-lasting impacts …

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A washing machine with almost no water

Despite advances in modern laundry technology, washing machines use about 100 liters of water to remove 1 tablespoon of dirt. Additionally, sewage, a mixture of chemicals from detergents and fabric softeners, typically ends up in water bodies, affecting the environment. A startup, based in Chandigarh 80wash tries to solve two …

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Benefits of Industry 4.0

The goal of implementing Industry 4.0 is to produce a higher quality product with a shorter time to market. (Photo courtesy of Unsplash) The automotive industry has been a forerunner in the race to install Industry 4.0 in daily business processes. It’s easy to see why: technology opens the door …

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Leftover makeup takes on new life as paint thanks to SminkArt

While working in a cosmetics company, Hisanori Tanaka discovered that a mountain of prototypes were eliminated because they could not be marketed as a final product. “The fact was sad for me as a developer,” he said. “I had pent up emotions inside for a long time about it.” A …

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Even though inflation is at its highest level in decades, the small businesses working there

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – There’s plenty of economic trouble today as a new report shows inflation at its highest level in 41 years. Many at home are feeling it, as are those running small businesses. It’s just another hurdle that some owners do their best to overcome. For Ann-Marie Bruner, …

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Häagen-Dazs ice cream recalled after fumigant smell

provided/provided Häagen-Dazs has recalled mini ice cream cups after they were contaminated with a fumigant, the Department of Primary Industries says. Häagen-Dazs has recalled mini ice cream cups after they were contaminated with a fumigant, the Department of Primary Industries said. The ministry said in a food recall warning that …

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TScan Therapeutics Appoints Debora Barton, MD, as Chief

WALTHAM, Mass., July 07 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TScan Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: TCRX), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing T-cell therapies designed with T-cell receptors (TCRs) for the treatment of cancer patients, today announced the appointment of Debora Barton, MD, as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Barton, a clinical …

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How to Gain a Competitive Advantage with a Results-Driven Mindset

To create a sustainable competitive advantage, it is essential to adopt a results-oriented mindset, which allows a company to focus on long-term goals while executing on short-term strategies. This means keeping the goal and desired outcomes as a North Star rather than as processes. Here’s how a company can implement …

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Mary T. Boyle sworn in as CPSC Commissioner

WASHINGTON, June 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mary T. Boyle was sworn in today as Commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Boyle was appointed by the President Joseph R. Biden in July 2021. Boyle has held senior positions at CPSC for more than a decade, including as general counsel. Most …

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APB signs 6 more deals to sell working stock and deadstock for RM132.93m

KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Dagangan Bhd (PDB) has signed six additional agreements to sell its working stock and hulks in the storage tank of selected fuel terminals to Petco Trading Labuan Company Ltd, an indirect unit wholly owned by Petroliam Nasional Bhd, for 132.93 million RM. In a filing with Bursa …

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Horoscope Today: Astrological Money Predictions for June 27, 2022

Ram: Ganesha says today is a time of hard work and exams. But you will succeed in achieving your goal. The affection and blessings of elders will be the greatest asset of your life. You will also participate fully in the well-being of the family. A state of despair can …

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“I am the product of a rape. This is why I support abortion rights

Forty-nine years after the landmark decision Roe v. Wade became constitutional law, the United States Supreme Court struck down federal abortion protections. The decision fell on Friday, June 24, giving full authority to individual states whether or not to punish women who have abortions. While many US states will criminalize …

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Productsup Acquires World of Content to Power Frictionless Commerce Experiences

BERLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Productsup, the leader in product-to-consumer (P2C) software, today announced the acquisition of growing product experience management provider World of Content. By adding World of Content’s innovative Product Content Syndication (PCS) capabilities, seamless vendor-retailer collaboration, and comprehensive GDSN support to its P2C platform, Productsup strengthens its position as the only …

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Maguire, new direct-to-consumer shoe brand, will open a Nolita store

The interior of the new Maguire store in Nolita. Copyright Lindsey Swedick Creative LLC With a mission to offer European quality leather footwear at a fraction of the price, sisters Romy and Myriam Maguire launched Maguire, a line of Italian-made footwear that combines style and comfort. Based in Montreal, shoes …

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High-flying unicorn Socure lays off 13% of its staff as fintech troubles spread

Socure founder and CEO Johnny Ayers says he’s trying “to get good cash flow and good profitability.” Even before the layoffs, there were signs of employee discontent. Eva Marie Uzcategui/Bloomberg Socure, a recently valued $4.5 billion fraud prevention and identity verification startup, laid off 69 employees this week, or 13% …

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Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins Says IT Spending Could Slow

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins acknowledged that stock market volatility and high inflation and interest rates could lead to a slowdown in the global IT market. Still, he said he didn’t expect current economic conditions to have the same impact as a decade ago. In the past, C-suite executives would …

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TruexCullins Wins HD Award for Excellence in Hotel Design

Rosebrook Lodge Recognized for Best Event Space Category Vermont Business Magazine TruexCullins won the 2022 HD Award for Excellence in Hotel Design, Best Event Space, for Rosebrook Lodge at Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The HD Award, presented by Hospitality Design Magazine, celebrates the best of …

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What iOS 16 and Android 13 tell us about the future of smartphones

This story is part WWDC 2022CNET’s full coverage from and about Apple’s annual developer conference. What is happening iOS 16 and Android 13 both come with new features that aim to replace your physical wallet and improve connections with smart home gadgets and connected car interfaces. why is it important …

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AI gurus are quitting Big Tech to work on hot new startups

DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman, who recently left his role as vice president of AI product management and AI policy at Google, also co-founded machine learning startup Inflection. HAVE. Suleyman has already hired several of his former colleagues. Bloomberg | Getty Images Artificial intelligence gurus are leaving high-level positions at companies …

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The embattled buy now, pay later sector will be regulated by credit laws | Australian economy

New Financial Services Minister Stephen Jones has said the Albanian government will continue with plans to bring Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) operators such as Zip and Afterpay under credit laws, in a new move brought to the sector in difficulty. In an interview with Guardian Australia, Jones also indicated …

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Finding the sweet spot when it comes to work

Policymakers love to talk about getting Australians to work, but there are limits to the amount and type of work people can do without risking a negative effect on wellbeing, writes Robin Brown. Few Australians would say that financial compensation for work has not benefited their own well-being, but many …

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In the midst of transformation, addressing operational and product portfolio weaknesses: Eveready MD

Eveready Industries India Ltd. is in the “midst of a transformation” of its business and has taken steps to address weaknesses in its operations and product portfolio, while the battery and flashlight maker expects growth in the next few days, said its management. director Suvamoy Saha. In the annual report, …

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Slow Food Heroes: Imagine what we could do if people worked together!

credit Yoni Nimrod Nominated in the list of the 100 best young sustainable entrepreneurs in the Netherlands, Andres Jara is a former UNISG student who has turned the coronavirus crisis into an opportunity to help small farmers and fight food waste. He tells us how the idea came about from …

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BL+ Skincare puts the healing and beautifying powers of Iceland’s Blue Lagoon in a bottle

The Blue Lagoon in Iceland Courtesy of BL+ The Blue Lagoon’s glowing cerulean waters, juxtaposed with the steep moss-covered lava fields that surround it, have drawn people from around the world since it officially opened in 1992, though Icelanders snuck in before word of its healing powers happens. worldwide. Since …

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US SEC proposal could change how oil companies report their carbon footprint

The officially disclosed carbon footprints of Canada’s biggest oil companies could swell if tough new climate rules proposed earlier this year by a US regulator come into effect. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposal — which has yet to be enacted and faces stiff opposition from industry groups and …

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Shell and INDYCAR to introduce 100% renewable racing fuel in 2023

Efforts will include a variety of sustainability initiatives to help reduce carbon footprint in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES Shell and INDYCAR are continuing their sustainability journey together by announcing a range of additional energy solutions for the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) ahead of the prestigious Indianapolis …

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Not trademarking can be an extremely costly® and extremely annoying® mistake – TechCrunch

I was speaking to a startup recently that expressed frustration with Apple’s Tracker Detect app that lets Android users find unknown AirTags nearby. The problem? TrackerDetect had spent 2 years building their SEO and brand recognition for their cybersecurity products. Needless to say, when Apple launches a product and puts …

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Corsair enters the laptop market with an AMD-powered gaming laptop

PC accessories maker Corsair is expanding into laptops with a high-end laptop called Voyager a1600 that comes with the latest features. The 16-inch laptop is aimed at the gaming and video streaming crowd and features AMD’s Ryzen 6000 mobile processors and the company’s high-end Radeon RX 6800 GPU. Corsair has …

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New District Court Ruling Provides Helpful Guidance on Applying Trademark Law to Virtual Goods

May 20, 2022 Click for PDF On May 18, 2022, U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff for the Southern District of New York issued a ruling in an ongoing dispute between international luxury fashion house Hermès and the self-proclaimed artist doing business as Mason Rothschild involving the line of the …

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Toronto’s Fable raises US$10.5 million to make online accessibility a reality for users with disabilities

Alwar Pallai, CEO and co-founder of Fable, an accessibility platform, says the Toronto startup “focuses on businesses that have large digital teams and billions of users.”Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail Fable Tech Labs Inc., a fast-growing Toronto startup that helps companies make their digital products more usable by people with …

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Is the loan between individuals suitable for you?

Earlier this month, Fi, a neobank announced that it would offer P2P loans to its customers with yields of up to 9%. Fi is just the latest fintech player to enter this space. In August-September 2021, two other companies – Bharatpe and Cred – made similar announcements regarding the launch …

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Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal’s lengthy message on the changes

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal posted a lengthy thread about recent changes to the team New Delhi: Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal posted a detailed thread about recent changes to his team and why he made them at a time when the microblogging site is set to be acquired by the CEO …

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The Fed runs the economy without knowing its speed limit

The economy cannot go so fast without overheating. A big problem now is that no one knows exactly how fast it’s going. Prior to the pandemic, the US economy seemed stuck in slow growth mode for some time. Productivity gains – the ability of workers to do more in a …

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If everyone is working from home, why are commercial office spaces booming? | Genetic marks

Meveryone enjoyed working from home during the pandemic. They’ve been able to spend more time with their families, adopt more pets, enjoy the magic of delivery services, binge Netflix, swap their suits for sweatshirts, and even start an unprecedented number of businesses. All of these reasons – and many more …

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Indian Organic Baby Skin Care Industry to 2027

Dublin, May 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “India Organic Baby Skincare Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Indian Organic Baby Skin Care Market reached a value of US$23.5 Million in 2021. Going forward, the market is expected …

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How do start-ups “think outside the box” for snacks and alcohol?

It is estimated that in the UK, between a quarter and a third of all household waste comes from packaging, with a significant share going to food and drink. Food packaging is notoriously difficult to reuse and recycle, due to the safety and shelf life qualities that multi-layered and flexible …

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Starlink coverage can make remote work far away

SpaceX’s Starlink satellite network allows remote workers to work anywhere — in an authentic sense. As long as an employee’s satellite dish has a view of the northern sky, Starlink can provide broadband access. For employers, Starlink’s coverage means remote workers in places like rural Vermont, Louisiana and Pennsylvania …

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Frank Lampard is confident his hard work will get Everton to Premier League safety and praises ‘special’ performances from local lad Anthony Gordon | Soccer News

“When you feel like things aren’t going your way, you have to fight your way out. That’s football. I’ve been there many times as a player and now as a coach, and the only way I know of is to Work your way out and work hard.” We’re sitting in …

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Canon launches “Cinema Excellence Suite”, an industry-first experiential concept: “Excellence in Motion” for the film industry

– The Cinema Excellence Suite will be set up in the streets of Bombay over a three-month period covering different locations, starting with Film City – Aims to familiarize members of the film industry, including cinematographers, DOPs, filmmakers, with the entire production workflow – from shooting to file delivery Mumbai, …

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How “Time Theft” Became a Popular Idea ⁠—and Why It’s Dangerous Nonsense

Photo by Santosh Verma/Millennium Images Sounds like a bad thing: according to security card maker Swype, businesses in the UK lose more than £116 billion a year to ‘stolen time’. In a survey of 2,000 professionals, the company found that a high proportion of them had committed “time-stealing acts” such …

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Why meat is a very controversial product: a good or a bad product

Meat has been a marker of class and gender divisions, sparked scientific revolutions and been at the center of wars. When was the last time you ate meat? Today? This week? Ten years ago? Never? Have you ever had a fight over meat consumption with someone, whether it was about …

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Curaleaf publishes its first social impact report “Rooted in Good”

RegardingThe port highlights key corporate social responsibility indicators around the core pillars of diversity, equity and inclusion, social equity and sustainability WAKEFIELD, Mass., April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA /OTCQX: CURLF) (“Curaleaf” or the “Company”), a leading international provider of consumer cannabis products, has released its …

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Announcement of the agenda for the TechCrunch sessions: Mobility 2022 – TechCrunch

TC Sessions: Mobility is back, and this year we’re bringing together the best and brightest founders, investors, engineers, and experts on the future of transportation for a two-day in-person event May 18-19 in San Mateo , in California . An online day will follow on May 20 to give our …

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Project management startup raises $10.9 million

Project management tool Superlist just raised $10.9 million in seed funding from EQT Ventures. Its founders come from Wunderlist, Microsoft’s now defunct productivity tool. Check out the 12-slide slideshow he used to raise funds. A startup that wants to take on Asana and Monday.com and dominate the project management industry …

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CF Møller’s kaleidoscopic LEGO campus debuts in Denmark

Renowned Danish toymaker LEGO seems convinced that the future of interlocking plastic building bricks is hugely impressive. Just weeks after announcing a massive head office expansion set to kick off next year, The LEGO Group has officially completed its multi-phase LEGO Campus project in its hometown of Billund. Led by …

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Productsup Raises Over $70M in Funding from Bregal Milestone and Nordwind Capital

The investment will enable Productsup to continue product development and M&A activity that will further its global expansion and its mission to enable brands, retailers, marketplaces and service providers to tell a cohesive story across all trade channels and gain more customers. BERLIN, April 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Productsupthe leader …

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How the Singapore government turned to its experimental tech team to quickly address COVID-19 issues

Ms. Yan said the OGP team needed to “dive in” and learn about case operations from scratch. They needed to make sure officers could track the number of cases, so they “attacked” the step that took the most time. The team decided to use customer service software called Zendesk – …

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Five strains of bacteria found in an infant formula factory; none matches samples from two patients

The FDA has confirmed five different strains of Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria at a production facility that makes infant formula that have been linked to four illnesses and two deaths. None of the five different strains matched two available samples from sick babies, according to an announcement from the Food and …

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Small Cannabis Retailers Try to Carve Out a Footprint in Santa Fe’s Burgeoning Cannabis Industry | Local News

Ian Aarons has long had a strong fascination with cannabis, but as the state’s long-running push to legalize the product became a reality last year, it took his interest in a whole new direction. It was once just a hobby; he grew a few plants while in college under a …

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FDA clears more e-cigarette products, but still no ruling on menthol and other kid-friendly nicotine products

But public health advocates are frustrated, saying the agency has missed a September deadline set by the US District Court in Maryland to decide which e-cigarette products can stay on the market. Although e-cigarette products have been allowed to remain on the market for years, in 2020 the FDA required …

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IMF and Movista expand collaboration to improve retail outlook and results

BENTOVILLE, Ark., March 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Movista, Inc. Field Management Ireland (FMI) is extending its use of Movista technology to an enterprise-wide retail execution platform to coordinate the work of over 750 field representatives. FMI recognizes the vast capabilities offered by Movista, which is one of the three fundamental …

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FACT SHEET: Act now to protect yourself against potential cyberattacks

The Biden-Harris administration has repeatedly warned of the possibility of Russia engaging in malicious cyber activity against the United States in response to the unprecedented economic sanctions we have imposed. There is now an evolving intelligence that Russia may be exploring options for potential cyberattacks. The administration has prioritized strengthening …

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How to Think About Your Business Systems

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. Many entrepreneurs start a business and end up having a job. The difference between owning your job and owning a business is the different systems used to run the business. These systems determine the functioning and structure of the company. Many small …

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McDonald’s ice cream woes have inspired memes, mockery and now, a federal lawsuit

It’s an eternal lament from McDonald’s faithful: why are the ice cream machines always broken? For fans of cones, sundaes and, of course, McFlurries, the seemingly constant technical difficulties can feel personal. The situation has inspired sarcastic memes and mockery on social media, serious news investigations and less than serious …

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The Richmond Children’s Trade Fair is on Sunday

RICHMOND, Va. — They might be some of the smallest business owners in the neighborhood, but they have big ideas and they’re ready to show off their work. This weekend, dozens of Richmond students hope to wow customers and scoop up dough at the 5th Annual Richmond Children’s Trade Fair. …

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After suspending movie releases, Disney shuts down all businesses in Russia

Russian-Ukrainian War: Following its decision to suspend the release of its new films in Russia nearly a week ago, Disney has now announced that it is taking steps to suspend all other activities in Russia, according to the Press Agency ANI reported. It comes after the entertainment and media conglomerate …

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Settlement opens doors to biosimilars of Abbvie’s most profitable drug

Photo courtesy of AbbVie Inc. Pharmaceutical giant AbbVie and based in Iceland Alvotech to have settled a case filed with the International Trade Commission. The dispute centered on Alvotech’s biosimilar drug adalimumab, which AbbVie claims was developed through the theft of trade secrets from its Humira® product. Although the companies …

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Axios wants us to read everything in chips

“We want to be there first,” he said. In December 2020, Axios bought The Charlotte Agenda, a profitable newsletter, for nearly $5 million. Using this as a model, Axios introduced the newsletter format to 14 cities, including Atlanta; Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville; and Philadelphia. It plans to expand to 11 …

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Apple’s March 8 event: How to watch and what to expect

Apple’s iPhones, iPads and Macs are about to get upgraded. At On March 8, the company is expected announces its next generation of more affordable iPhones, the 5G-enabled iPhone SE 3more iPad upgraded with faster chips and possibly a Mac computer (or two). All told, the event promises to be …

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Contaminated lavender spray caused 4 illnesses and 2 deaths: CDC

March 3, 2022 – A lavender aromatherapy spray, imported from India and sold at Walmart last year, was contaminated with a deadly bacteria that led to four illnesses, including two deaths, according to a new report published in theNew England Journal of Medicine. The product – Better Homes & Gardens …

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Eliminating single-use plastics, one product at a time – Food Tank

the Zero Waste Campaign by A little bit closer (OSC) works to inspire businesses and consumers to reduce and eliminate single-use plastics from products, packaging and personal life. The campaign includes an action platform where industry leaders and consumers can come together to fight plastic waste. “We all have a …

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Made in Australia possible for young entrepreneurs who need ethical and quality products

Jordan Morris has been surfing for years, but he hates the wetsuits available on the market. So he decided to make one himself. He is one of the young entrepreneurs bucking the declining trend of manufacturing in Australia, tapping into a market in search of ethical, well-made products. “[I] just …

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3D manufacturing policy: target of 500 parts by 25

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) aims to increase India’s share of global additive manufacturing to 5% over the next three years, in hopes it could likely add $1 billion to gross domestic product by then. In line with the National Strategy for Additive Manufacturing, by 2025 India …

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Micron CEO says working around gas supply from Ukraine

SAN FRANCISCO (BLOOMBERG) — Micron Technology, the largest computer memory chip maker in the United States, said the growing crisis in Ukraine highlights the complexity and vulnerability of the semiconductor supply chain. Some of the gases used in the production of chips come from the country the United States claims …

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Nasal spray tested for Covid prevention in the future: Gilly Regev of SaNOtize

Nose sanitizer Regev says the spray was originally developed to treat the flu several years ago, but a lengthy drug trial process in various countries delayed its market launch for Covid-19. In the European Union, like in India, the spray has been approved as a medical device, which means that …

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The Absurd Economics of Nuclear, the Climate Problem of SUVs, and Why Paravel Co-Founder Indré Rockefeller Gave Advice to Climate-Conscious Entrepreneurs

This week current climate, which every Saturday brings you a balanced view of the news of sustainable development. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every week. australia largest coal-fired power plant could close seven years earlier than planned as operator Origin Energy admits the polluting energy source is …

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