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Column: Tackling workplace shortage on multiple fronts

Every conversation with employers of all types and sizes includes their urgent concerns about workforce needs. It’s the No. 1 priority shared during our Grow Minnesota! visits, the distinctive economic development program carried out by the Minnesota Chamber. For the past year, the percentage of businesses adding jobs has remained steady, but 75 percent of businesses statewide reported difficulty finding ...

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Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week

Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week | Financial Post September 22, 20172:25 PM EDT NEW YORK — The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week. Sources include IPO ETF manager Renaissance Capital, and SEC filings. Week of Sept. 18: Deciphera Pharmaceuticals – Waltham, Mass., 6.3 million shares, priced $15-$17, managed by JP ...

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Toth/Lonergan Visiting Professor, Mark Miller, Addresses Faculty at 2017 Convocation

The first Toth/Lonergan Visiting Professor, noted theologian Mark Miller, addressed the Seton Hall teaching community as the Keynote Speaker at the 2017 Faculty Convocation on Friday, September 8th. Miller shared his ideas about education and the twofold movement that it embodies with comparisons to Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.” Plato’s story portrays education as an ascent and a descent. When ...

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Guest Opinion: Tackling workforce shortage on multiple fronts

Every conversation with employers of all types and sizes includes their urgent concerns about workforce needs. It’s the No. 1 priority shared during our Grow Minnesota! visits, the distinctive economic development program carried out by the Minnesota Chamber. For the past year, the percentage of businesses adding jobs has remained steady, but 75 percent of businesses statewide reported difficulty finding ...

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Celebrate Navaratri with Dandia beats in Odisha capital

Bhubaneswar: Since the capital city has turned a hub for IT, business, education and other professionals, the denizens especially youngsters look much excited to enjoy this Navaratri and Dussehra with their families and friends with Dandia beats. Dandia, an adopted culture by young generations in Odisha, is no longer stranger to city people during festive season. For many Navaratri and ...

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VEDC Awarded $150,000 Grant from Bank of America to Support Women Entrepreneurs in Los Angeles

Toni Ricci, owner of Elite Dance & Performing Arts and client of VEDC. Women entrepreneurs are a critical component of sustainable economic growth. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 22, 2017 Three community-minded organizations have joined forces to offer a financial and mentoring boost to women entrepreneurs in Los Angeles County. According to VEDC – a leading non-profit small business ...

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Williams Baptist College to Be Renamed | Arkansas Business News

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017 10:41 am   1 min read Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge announced Wednesday that, starting next fall, it will be known as Williams Baptist University. “This is a monumental day in the history of this institution, reflecting a major step forward. Williams has provided an outstanding, Christian higher education for the ...

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