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October 16 2019

In this off-topic 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Lawrence Susskind, Ford Professor of Environmental & Urban Planning at MIT and Vice-Chair of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and author of Entrepreneurial Negotiation: Understanding and Managing The Relationships That Determine Your Entrepreneurial Success, about what urban development means in today’s age and ideas...

October 16 2019

It has no mouth but can digest food, no brain yet can learn and can heal itself in minutes
A Paris zoo has showcased a mysterious new organism, dubbed the “blob”, a yellowish, unicellular, small living being which looks like a fungus but acts like an animal.
This newest exhibit of the Paris Zoological Park, which goes on display to the public on Saturday, has no mouth, no stomach,...

October 16 2019

Marketing has always been about content, and now most businesses have websites the focus is on creating more of it. You’ve probably heard of push and pull marketing, the latter is what this article covers. Push marketing is offline and is focused on sales advertising e.g. displays in stores or on billboards, adverts in print whereas pull marketing entices visitors to come to you i.e.

October 16 2019

Monmouth County Freeholders and tourism partners put a bow on the 2019 summer tourism season Tuesday on the boardwalk at Pier Village in Long Branch where they recapped an impressive year.

October 16 2019

Ever wondered how the winners of the Anzisha Prize are selected?
The prize, an initiative of the African Leadership Academy and the Mastercard Foundation, aims to increase the number of job-generating entrepreneurs in Africa who are between the ages of 15 and 22 years old.
To date the two organisations have invested over $500 000 in cash prizes in the winners of the competition....

October 16 2019

The core industries are one of the staples of the US economy and so employ many workers to help to complete complex tasks. However, these tasks are often manual and involve a lot of physical work in conditions that can put employees at risk. There is now new hope for looking towards a safer working environment for employees though, with many improvements leading the way for improved health and...

October 16 2019

NEW YORK — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) deportation officers arrested Grachowe Harrichand, 43, Wednesday, Oct. 9. Harrichand, a Guyanese national previously ordered removed from the U.S, was twice released from local law enforcement custody with an active detainer due to New York City’s sanctuary policies.
On March 6, 2019,...

October 16 2019

Cable internet and TV providers’ stocks have soared in 2019, and the gains could continue for some of them, especially Charter Communications and Altice USA, according to Alliance Bernstein.
Investors’ concerns about slowing economic growth, the trade war, and tumbling bond yields in 2019 have made cable companies’ domestically-focused and recession-resistant business models and dividend...

October 16 2019

The stress of a rapidly advancing impeachment inquiry and his abandonment by the normally submissive Republican legislators over his troop withdrawal from Syria is causing Donald Trump to regress to an infantile state.
How else can one explain the president’s juvenile “I’m rubber, you’re glue — whatever you say bounces off me and sticks to you” exchange with Speaker of the House Nancy...

October 16 2019

The UK-based food delivery startup works similar to UberEats and shows signs of rapid growth.

October
16, 2019

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This story originally appeared on Business Insider
Amazon’s massive investment into British food delivery firm Deliveroo has hit another snag, with the UK’s competition regulator deciding to launch a formal...

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