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Redefining Ethical Business, Education, Activism, Customer Experiences All Key to ‘The Good Life’

Axel Flügel from Unilever Southern Cone discusses circular solutions for packaging during a case talk at SB’17 Buenos Aires | Image credit: SB Buenos Aires Last week, at the third and final SB Buenos Aires event of 2017, perspectives from the worlds of arts, finance, education, big business, healthcare, urban planning, consumers, activist brands and more provided a 360-degree look ...

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Milwaukee’s workforce is stronger, but entrepreneurship remains a challenge

MILWAUKEE — Metro Milwaukee’s workforce is getting stronger and is competitive with peer areas, but the region is under-performing in the areas of idea development, capital formation and entrepreneurship, according to a new Public Policy Forum report. The report found the region is losing more businesses than it is creating and while university research and development spending and patent activity ...

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Tony Robbins: ‘Entrepreneurship Is Not for Everyone. Most People Fail’

Entrepreneur, best-selling author, and “CEO Whisperer” Tony Robbins discussed his success with CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen at Inc.’s iCONIC conference in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Robbins emphasized the importance of achieving an owner mindset rather than an operator mindset in order to scale a business. “The choke hold on the growth of the business is always the leader. A business is ...

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Limited recruitment declining Dolphin Force efficiency

LAHORE: Due to the limited number of personnel employed in Dolphin Force, the performance of the western-styled organisation – formed to curb crime in Lahore – has declined. Currently, 4 seats of ASPs are unfilled. Moreover, 58 entry operator seats, 3 crime analysts, 10 hardware technicians, 22 mechanics, are so far unoccupied. Particularly, because of no recruitment of 8 motorbike mechanics, ...

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Equifax Data Breach Prompts Law Enforcement To Share Protection Tips (VIDEO) — Hometown Station

An Equifax data breach affecting about 143 million Americans prompted Santa Clarita law enforcement officials to share resources for residents in case they’re concerned their data has been compromised. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. “If you have a credit report, there’s a good chance that you’re one of the 143 million ...

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Lopsided spectrum – Saudi Gazette

By Ehtesham Shahid RAMA CHAKAKI, based in Los Angeles, calls herself a connector. As co-founder of a non-profit social impact fund for technology and education, and principal at a venture capital and private equity TURN8 Fund, she leverages her network to inspire, enable and support teams in achieving targets. Rama was pleasantly surprised recently when she came across a ...

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Student Workforce Committee launches ‘Students 2 Work’ Internshi – WFXG FOX 54

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) - The Student Workforce Committee is partnering with the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce to launch a new program called “Students 2 Work”. The new initiative will provide 250 high school students the opportunity to work in local businesses within the metro Augusta area. The Student Workforce Committee is a sub-committee of the Business Education Advisory Council.“Students ...

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R.J. Barrett recruiting: List cut to 3; Evan Daniels predicts Duke Basketball

The recruitment of R.J. Barrett is winding down, and it looks like a decision could come very soon. On Wednesday, Barrett canceled his official visit with the Michigan Wolverines. According to a report from Duck Territory, Barrett has also eliminated the Arizona Wildcats from consideration in wake of the FBI investigation. That means Barrett is down to three schools, including ...

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Penal reform group encourages employers to consider recruiting people with convictions

The Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) has encouraged Irish employers to consider recruiting people with convictions. This week’s Working with Conviction seminar comes around a year and a half after the Department of Justice commenced legislation allowing for some minor offences to become spent after seven years. Fíona Ní Chinnéide, IPRT acting director, told the seminar that people with convictions ...

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