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New Zealand's National Business Review
RAW DATA: Stephen Jennings New Zealand Initiative Dinner Lecture: ‘The Market Path To Prosperity’joined us for this occasion. I have known Stephen since we were both in Treasu
RAW DATA: Stephen Jennings New Zealand Initiative Dinner Lecture: ‘The Market Path To Prosperity’
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 2 days ago
joined us for this occasion. I have known Stephen since we were both in Treasury in the early 1980s. Stephen was a member of an outstanding tax policy unit in Treasury that was soon to be charged with leading major post-1984 tax reform... Read more
4d
U.S. Department of Energy
FACT SHEET: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES CLEAN ENERGY SAVINGS FOR ALL AMERICANS INITIATIVEcommunity has the tools they need to tackle local air pollution and global clim
FACT SHEET: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES CLEAN ENERGY SAVINGS FOR ALL AMERICANS INITIATIVE
U.S. Department of Energy / Posted 4 days ago
community has the tools they need to tackle local air pollution and global climate change. Since President Obama took office, solar electricity generation has increased 30 fold and solar jobs are growing 12 times faster than the rest of the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
PH can be Asia’s creative production hubRoss Misa, founder of Abracadabra Production House The result was a viral hist
PH can be Asia’s creative production hub
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 days ago
Ross Misa, founder of Abracadabra Production House The result was a viral history and their initiative work became talk-of-the-town. By the end of 2015, the haunting speculative television commercial caught the eyes of film watchers across the... Read more
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Slate
The Muddled Legacy of Legendary Futurist Alvin TofflerThe citizen’s guide to the future. The Muddled Legacy of Alvin TofflerHe was r
The Muddled Legacy of Legendary Futurist Alvin Toffler
Slate / Posted 15 days ago
The citizen’s guide to the future. The Muddled Legacy of Alvin TofflerHe was right about “future shock” but wrong about the solution. Futurist Alvin Toffler’s death on June 27 at age 87 has brought out the usual obituaries, marveling at the way his... Read more
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Quartz
Quartz Africa Innovators 2016 listWe believed Africa’s stories needed to be told with the same cutting-edge digit
Quartz Africa Innovators 2016 list
Quartz / Posted 17 days ago
We believed Africa’s stories needed to be told with the same cutting-edge digital tools we had harnessed for the rest of Quartz’s global coverage, to much acclaim and awards. From the first day we had a bias towards stories of African... Read more
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Boston Globe
Women gearing up for careers in the auto industrySome customers didn’t know what to make of Samantha Briody when they saw her be
Women gearing up for careers in the auto industry
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
Some customers didn’t know what to make of Samantha Briody when they saw her behind the parts counter at AutoZone in Weymouth. “Is there a guy here?” they would ask. Little did they know how well equipped she was to help them. Briody, 21, recently... Read more
22d
Channel NewsAsia
Unemployment insurance worth studying further: MP Patrick Taybeing introduced as a candidate for the PAP in the 2011 General Election, Mr Pa
Unemployment insurance worth studying further: MP Patrick Tay
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
being introduced as a candidate for the PAP in the 2011 General Election, Mr Patrick Tay, the Assistant Secretary-General of NTUC, has made headlines as one of the most vocal champions of professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs)... Read more
22d
AllAfrica.com
Huawei's Seeds for the Future an Eye Opener - FaithFaith Assenga's innovative interest pushes her to enter into telecoms engineeri
Huawei's Seeds for the Future an Eye Opener - Faith
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
Faith Assenga's innovative interest pushes her to enter into telecoms engineering field. And her dream of becoming an engineer, in a field dominated by men in the country, is just few months ahead. The 24 year-old telecommunications engineer born... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plansA Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing".
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plans
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
A Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing". The Baird government is preparing for a new wave of privatisation, likely to include health and education, prompting a surprising warning against "crude outsourcing" from... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plansA Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing".
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plans
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 28 days ago
A Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing". The Baird government is preparing for a new wave of privatisation, likely to include health and education, prompting a surprising warning against "crude outsourcing" from... Read more
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28d
The Young Witness
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plansA Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing".
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plans
The Young Witness / Posted 28 days ago
A Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing". The Baird government is preparing for a new wave of privatisation, likely to include health and education, prompting a surprising warning against "crude outsourcing" from... Read more
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28d
Western Advocate
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plansA Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing".
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plans
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
A Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing". The Baird government is preparing for a new wave of privatisation, likely to include health and education, prompting a surprising warning against "crude outsourcing" from... Read more
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28d
Daily Liberal
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plansA Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing".
'Crude outsourcing': Baird government's privatisation plans
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
A Liberal pioneer of public sell-offs has warned against "crude outsourcing". The Baird government is preparing for a new wave of privatisation, likely to include health and education, prompting a surprising warning against "crude outsourcing" from... Read more
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28d
Sydney Morning Herald
What the government plans to privatise nextGary Sturgess says constant market testing can be distressing to staff. The Ba
What the government plans to privatise next
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
Gary Sturgess says constant market testing can be distressing to staff. The Baird government is preparing for a new wave of privatisation, likely to include health and education, prompting a surprising warning against "crude outsourcing" from a... Read more
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29d
KERA North Texas
High Test Scores At A Nationally Lauded Charter Network, But At What Cost?a decade ago in Silicon Valley, Rocketship has been among the most nationally a
High Test Scores At A Nationally Lauded Charter Network, But At What Cost?
KERA North Texas / Posted 29 days ago
a decade ago in Silicon Valley, Rocketship has been among the most nationally applauded charter networks, hailed as an innovative model of blended learning. Founder John Danner, who made a fortune in Internet advertising, originally envisioned... Read more
29d
KPBS San Diego
High Test Scores At A Nationally Lauded Charter Network, But At What Cost?a decade ago in Silicon Valley, Rocketship has been among the most nationally a
High Test Scores At A Nationally Lauded Charter Network, But At What Cost?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 29 days ago
a decade ago in Silicon Valley, Rocketship has been among the most nationally applauded charter networks, hailed as an innovative model of blended learning. Founder John Danner, who made a fortune in Internet advertising, originally envisioned... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantOn July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th pa
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
On July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th parliament of Australia. On the table in this election is the NBN, company tax, skills migration, innovation and other such policies that could play a significant role in... Read more
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WA Today
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantOn July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th pa
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
On July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th parliament of Australia. On the table in this election is the NBN, company tax, skills migration, innovation and other such policies that could play a significant role in... Read more
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The Age
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantwe're building not only a world-class economic environment, yet also ensuring w
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
we're building not only a world-class economic environment, yet also ensuring we continue to work towards a society void of discriminatory prejudice." Photo: Peter Braig On July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantwe're building not only a world-class economic environment, yet also ensuring w
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
we're building not only a world-class economic environment, yet also ensuring we continue to work towards a society void of discriminatory prejudice." Photo: Peter Braig On July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantOn July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th pa
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
On July 2, Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th parliament of Australia. On the table in this election is the NBN, company tax, skills migration, innovation and other such policies that could play a significant role in... Read more
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Business Wire
Axalta Participates in National 4-H Leadership ConferenceWIRE)--Axalta employees at the company’s Mount Clemens manufacturing plant have
Axalta Participates in National 4-H Leadership Conference
Business Wire / Posted 30 days ago
WIRE)--Axalta employees at the company’s Mount Clemens manufacturing plant have been making a difference in the lives of local youth for many years by serving as mentors. This summer, these mentors will support local youth in a new learning... Read more

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