Monthly Archives: November 2021

New German coalition government supports Public Money, Public Code initiative

After the September elections, Germany is expected to have a new coalition government made up of the Social Democrats, Alliance 90 / The Greens and the Free Democratic Party. According to The Document Foundation, which read the coalition agreement, the new government will adopt the notion of public money, public code (PMPC), a concept that has been promoted by the ...

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Duterte’s chosen successor leaves Philippine presidential race

Published on: 11/30/2021 – 04:24Amended: 11/30/2021 – 04:22 Manila (AFP) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s chosen successor on Tuesday announced his withdrawal from the 2022 presidential race, saying it was “not yet my time”. Senator Christopher Go, a close associate of the president, entered the competition for the country’s highest office two days before the November 15 deadline, having previously ...

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Therapists will no longer take Medicaid patients

As a single mother returning to college, Carla D’Agostino-Vigil enrolled in Medicaid and used government-run health insurance to undergo “life-saving” therapy. So when she graduated and started her own mental health consulting firm in Westminster, D’Agostino-Vigil was adamant that she would open her doors to Medicaid patients. “When it was my turn, I felt very strongly involved,” she said. “The ...

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James Bond fan Fiala named Czech Prime Minister

Published on: 11/28/2021 – 11:52Amended: 11/28/2021 – 11:50 Prague (AFP) – Petr Fiala, who was named Czech Prime Minister on Sunday, is a James Bond fan who entered politics after becoming the country’s first political science professor after the fall of communism. The bespectacled bearded man who carefully protects his privacy is taking on the biggest mission of his life ...

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Annual Gift Guide Helps You “Buy Local” in the DC Area

Many people have started shopping for the holiday season earlier than usual, but buying local can lessen the impact of supply chain disruptions. Many people started shopping for the holidays earlier than usual, fearing that supply chain issues would make it harder to get all the gifts on their lists on time; but local business advocates say this is all ...

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Should the Seattle area adopt new voting systems for elections? The conversation grows

There is a growing conversation in the Seattle area about changing how local elections work by allowing voters to choose more than one candidate. Earlier this month, a group of activists launched a campaign for a 2022 ballot measure that would switch Seattle to the “approval vote” for the city’s primary election. However, not all reformers believe this is the ...

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man from Glendale advocates for transplantation | New

Glendale resident Ed Ozier wants other transplant recipients to receive the same kind of support and care as he does. He volunteers for the Donor Dash on Saturday December 4th at Kiwanis Park in Tempe. It benefits the Transplant Community Alliance Life Support Fund. “This is Donor Dash’s second year,” said Ozier, who has lived in Glendale for 50 years. ...

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Narayan Rane against Uddhav Thackeray: Union Minister drops a bomb

Narayan Rane has been training with Uddhav Thackeray for 17 years. (To file) New Delhi: Even for someone who is not known to be on very good terms with Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (who presided over his arrest as recently as August), Union Minister Narayan Rane casually dropped a bomb on Friday, claiming that in March – two years ...

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Maine’s new ‘right to food’ could lead to legal challenges

November 27, 2021 THEIKE EVERY Farmer Courtney Hammond, who grows blueberries and cranberries in Washington County, Maine, has a lot of worries. He worries about the weather, invasive species, crop failures and global prices. To comply with federal food safety laws, he had to undergo training, keep meticulous records, have insect and rodent control plans, and daily document the sanitation ...

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Brightleaf Solutions Announces Alliance with Karta Legal, LLC. propose the implementation for the end customer

The combined offer will provide a progressive solution to the legal sector BROOKLINE, MA, USA, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Brightleaf Solutions, Inc., a company that provides software and services to meet the challenge of extracting important information from structured documents , unstructured and text-based, today announced their alliance with Karta Legal., a leading legal operations and management consultancy. Karta ...

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District prosecutors form alliance to hold armed robbery suspects accountable

Seven California district attorneys have formed an alliance with each other and with local police and state law enforcement agencies to tackle the recent increase in organized theft in retail stores. Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, Contra Costa, Alameda, Marin and San Joaquin county prosecutors say they will share information and pool investigative efforts across jurisdictional boundaries to hold ...

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Hate Groups Raise Millions with Raleigh-based Fidelity Nonprofit Charity Fund

Nestled at the intersection of Creedmoor Road and Glenwood Avenue there is an office building of some sort. It’s chunky, tanned and easy to miss, unless you drove by two weeks ago, when a group of protesters gathered outside. By hoisting signs reading “Stop funding fascism” and “Lives are at stake”, the dozen protesters tried to draw attention to the ...

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powercloud forms a strategic alliance with Advizzo

Platform powered by behavioral science and data ALPHARETTA, Georgia., 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – powercloud, the world’s fastest growing energy and utilities billing system, today announced a partnership agreement with Advizzo, a leading national company behavioral analysis and data for utilities. (PRNewsfoto / powercloud GmbH) This new alliance will bring together the Advizzo platform and powercloud’s service offerings ...

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Net zero goal: a challenge for talent

Roopa Dave is a Vancouver-based partner in KPMG Canada’s Sustainability Services practice.handout The growing commitment of the global financial community to supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy is now pushing organizations to seek out people with the talent to deliver on these commitments: finance professionals with a green streak. “Sustainable finance may seem like a new concept to some, ...

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Having more empathy for potential opponents isn’t a weakness, it’s smart – InsideSources

Although bipartisanship appears to be rare in polarized Washington, after Donald Trump was defeated for a second term as president, the coast was free for Republicans to join Democrats in bashing both Russia and China. For a Republican, Trump’s policy toward the autocratic regime in Russia had been unusually friendly, and his policy toward Chinese authoritarians had initially been favorable ...

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Gay / Straight Alliance Approved – Waupaca County Post

Little Wolf High School based band By Holly Neumann By a 3: 1 vote, the Manawa School Board approved a Gay / Straight Alliance (GSA) club at Little Wolf High School. Students and community members have spoken on the topic on November 15 at the monthly council meeting. Senior Grace Tohm followed all protocols, guidelines and rules to start the ...

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“I am a world class pianist living with a rare disease”

According to my parents, when I was six months old, I had a grand mal seizure. I was in my grandmother’s arms and I turned blue. After that I started having infantile spasms (IS). My first was at Disneyland during the Main Street Electric Parade. My mom saw me do these weird movements and was terrified. My parents then took ...

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Alliance for Positive Health adds to its positive mission

Launched in the 1980s as the AIDS epidemic swept the country, the Alliance for Positive Health has broadened its mission in recent years. Stretching from the Hudson Valley to the Capital Region and north to the Canadian border, the not-for-profit social service organization tackles a wide range of chronic diseases and a range related issues in the lives of clients ...

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We will not give in to “racism and fear”

CHICAGO – More than 1,000 people demonstrated on Saturday to protest the verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial, gathering in Federal Plaza before marching through the city center. On Friday, a jury acquitted Rittenhouse of intentional homicide and other charges, finding the teenage shooter acted in self-defense when he shot two men and injured a third in August 2020 in downtown ...

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PLDT and Smart Join Global Leaders to Pave the Way for Network Disaggregation – Back End News

PLDT and its wireless unit Smart Communications Inc. (Smart) have joined with other global telecom operators to explore next-generation technology to make its network more efficient, resilient, flexible and intelligent. Together with members of the Global Alliance for Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN), PLDT and Smart began to study network disaggregation, both vertical and horizontal. In vertical disaggregation, network functions ...

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Columbia student union concedes second round of contract mediation in third week of strike

Earlier this week, the Columbia-United Auto Workers (SWC-UAW) student workers union agreed to move its ongoing bargaining negotiations with Columbia University over their first mediated employment contract. While details remain to be worked out, the SWC-UAW decision is an important step to end the three-week strike of more than 3,000 graduate student-workers for adequate living and working conditions. Columbia strikers ...

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Open source office for authorities: Bavaria does not want to participate

At the moment, Bavaria does not wish to participate in an initiative of the federal government and other Länder to develop open source software for public authorities. With the concept of a “sovereign workplace” there are “a number of questions”, said a spokesperson for the Bavarian State Ministry interviewed by c’t. Therefore, Bavaria will not participate at this early stage. ...

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Here’s what you need to know about the border crisis in Poland

Thousands of illegal immigrants try to enter Poland of Belarus, with violent clashes with border guards that erupted on Tuesday. To help understand what’s going on on the Polish-Belarusian border, The Daily Signal spoke with Alexis Mrachek, associate researcher specializing in Russia and Eurasia at the Heritage Foundation. The Daily Signal: We are receiving reports of thousands of migrants attempting ...

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Thanksgiving poster winners light up council meeting

“Best Ceremonial Presentation of the Year,” Mayor Bailey noted ahead of the annual ceremony Thanksgiving poster coloring contest winners were presented. Program supervisor Stacy Berman agreed as she helped council members present the nine prizes for the annual turkey coloring contest. This fall event is sponsored by the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club, for children in Kindergarten to Grade 5. Berman ...

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More than 1,000 Activision Blizzard employees sign petition to dismiss CEO

Activision Blizzard employees and contractors say they ‘no longer trust’ CEO Bobby Kotick [Update: Since the publication of this piece, the petition has risen to over 1,000 signatures. The ABK Workers Alliance has also opened a petition for supporters who would like to sign. Our original story follows.] More than 500 Activision Blizzard employees and contractors have signed a public ...

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The Higher Education User Group announces that registration for the Alliance 2022 conference is now open! | New

GILBERT, Arizona., November 18, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The Higher Education User Group â„¢ (The HEUG â„¢), is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Alliance 2022 conference. The Alliance conference is the first annual conference hosted by members with users around the world. Alliance’s expanded vendor inclusion makes this conference a place where higher education ...

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UQ announces Agri-Food Alliance: Australian food “Wonka factory”

Expect more delicious, premium Australian food in refrigerators around the world, with the founding of the University of Queensland Agri-Food Innovation Alliance. The soon-to-be-formed group is part of a two-year pilot program, linking UQ’s research and education in agri-food sciences with agribusiness companies in Queensland with $ 2.5 million in funding from the government. Australian Strategic Fund for University Reform. ...

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Guidewire Software: Bdeo Joins Guidewire PartnerConnect Solution Alliance Ecosystem to Streamline Auto Claims Process for Insurers

Guidewire (NYSE: GWRE) and Bdeo Technologies SL (Bdeo) announced that Bdeo has joined Guidewire PartnerConnect as Solution partner. Bdeo’s solution, Bdeo Visual Intelligence for Claims, uses artificial intelligence and photos submitted by the insured of vehicle damage to assess the severity and repair costs associated with an automobile loss. by Bdeo Ready for guide wire The integration will allow Guidewire ...

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Best MBA Schools in UK 2021

Best MBA Schools in UK 2021 This year’s full-time MBA ranking, comprising over ten business schools, presents a comprehensive list of the best places to study an MBA. While enrolling in a full-time MBA program is still an important commitment in this time of global uncertainty, the skills students develop and the possible return on investment make the MBA more ...

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SF audit criticizes nonprofits in public corruption scandal – NBC Bay Area

A new audit calls for increased scrutiny of the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the main nonprofit group named by federal prosecutors last year for helping to further the city’s public corruption scandal by managing a fund of unofficial contractors that public works officials exploited. to pay for employee parties and loot for city workers. “The audit confirmed a very problematic ...

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Fall strike wave pits workers against corporate unions

The working class in the United States is entering a head-on conflict with the AFL-CIO union bureaucracy, which is doing all it can to block the development of the biggest wave of strikes in decades. John Deere Workers Strike (UAW Local 838) Tomorrow, the United Auto Workers union forces 10,100 striking John Deere workers to vote on a six-year deal ...

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Abra Launches Crypto Perx (CPRX) Token With Airdrop To Customers | National company

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 15, 2021– Abra, one of the leading wealth management platforms for cryptocurrency investors, today announced that it will begin launching a new utility token, Crypto Perx (CPRX), to its clients as part of the program. recently launched Abra Perx Awards. The utility token, created by the new Crypto Banking Alliance (CBA), is ...

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Do you want to move forward in the management and orchestration of services?

The ability to drive automation within the operator’s network makes SMO immediately attractive to any mobile operator who wishes to increase automation to reduce operating costs and ultimately improve profitability. However, the fundamental problem with SMO is that it is designed to automate Open RAN networks which only represent one to two percent of networks deployed today.[1]. To put that ...

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COP26: New online tool to reveal a true picture of coal, oil and gas extraction in the world

Created by the nonprofit Carbon Tracker Initiative think tank and research and analysis organization Global Energy Monitor, the Global Fossil Fuel Register is the first independent and publicly accessible database of its kind. In addition to quantifying what is unearthed and the associated greenhouse gas emissions, it will show how this fits the goal of limiting the global temperature increase ...

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Notice to retirees! Here’s how to generate and submit a life certificate online

Notice to retirees! Here’s how you can generate and submit a life certificate online New Delhi: One of the main requirements for retirees after retirement is to provide certificates of life to approved pension paying agencies, after which their pension is credited to their account. Jeevan Pramaan is Aadhaar-based, biometric digital life certificate (DLC) for retirees. It is generated for ...

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Miss America at 100: Roundtable devoted to the history of the organization, Rowan’s digital archives project | Rowan today

A Century of the Miss America Organization and Rowan University’s work to digitize the organization’s vast archives will be the topics of a panel discussion on Monday, November 15 at 7 p.m. in Room 104 of Business Hall, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro. The event, “The Road to 100 More”, will be held in person and will also be offered ...

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Lifting Magnets Market Size Volume, Share, Demand Growth, Business Opportunity by 2026 | Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Kanetec, Walker Magnetics (Alliance Holdings), Evertz Group

New Jersey, United States, – The global Lifting Magnets market research report provides qualitative and quantitative insights related to industry growth rate, market segmentation, Lifting Magnets market size, demand, and market trends. income. Current trends that may affect the future prospects of the Drum Unloading Systems market will be analyzed in the report. The report examines and assesses the current ...

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Bed and Breakfast Software Market Size, Analysis 2028 | Key players – RMS, Clock, Mews, Beds24, GENKAN, HiRUM

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the verified market research repository is an in-depth analysis of the Guest Room Software Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Bed And Breakfast Software market, the report intends to offer actionable information about the growth projections of the global market. ...

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Lifelong learners in North Phoenix will have a new ASU home

November 8, 2021 Lifelong learners in the Northeast Phoenix Valley will have a new ASU location where they can take credit-free classes, hear lectures, attend events and interact with each other starting this spring. Arizona State University’s Osher Lifelong Center, or ASU’s OLLI, already has locations on the Tempe, Downtown Phoenix, and West campuses, but has moved into several spaces ...

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Minority-owned clinical consulting firm ClinArk partners with community leaders to host Black Tie event in fight against sickle cell disease

DAYTON, Ohio, November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ClinArk, a clinical consulting firm that helps healthcare companies and contract research organizations achieve clinical feasibility, sponsors the company’s 2021 Inaugural Holiday Arts Gala to help raise awareness and the fight against sickle cell disease. Connect and shape a more inclusive clinical research industry. Chairman and CEO of ClinArk, Adam brown, ...

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This company offered 35 Okinawa PraisePro electric scooters to its employees on Diwali

The gift of the electric scooter will serve several purposes as the company seeks to reduce gas consumption, increase savings and provide an improved overall carbon footprint to reduce alarming pollution levels in our country. Subhash Dawar, Director of Alliance Group, was quoted by ANI news agency: “In view of the increase in fuel prices and other factors, we have ...

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Press room | Indiana State University

The President’s Inaugural Dinner Friday at the Sycamore Banquet Center honored recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award from Indiana State University and recognized the philanthropy of generous donors. The event, presented by ISU Federal Credit Union, was moderated by Mike Alley, ISU Foundation Board Member Emeritus, and Buffy Boulet, ISU Foundation Board Member. The laureats : Distinguished Alumni Award Since ...

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Pro-democracy Sudanese alliance rejects military role as Arab League team arrives

Sudan’s main pro-democracy group has rejected a return to power-sharing with the military, saying it will maintain its peaceful resistance to force the generals behind the October 25 coup to step aside and do so. facing lawsuits. The Sudanese Professionals Association’s “political statement” on Sunday said it sought a civilian government of technocrats headed by an “independent national figure.” He ...

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Thousands of California Kaiser nurses and healthcare workers plan to strike

A union representing thousands of Kaiser Permanente employees on Thursday gave 10 days’ notice to one of the country’s largest healthcare providers, saying they will go on strike from November 15. United Nurses Associations of California / Union of Health Care Professionals strike against Kaiser Permanente’s proposals to “lower wages for current employees and cut wages for new workers during ...

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FIDO Alliance Introduces Tool to Monitor Passwordless Authentication Adoption – Back End News

The FIDO Alliance today launched its online authentication barometer to track the adoption of secure authentication technologies by the general public. The Online Authentication Barometer provides basic information on the status of online authentication in 10 countries around the world, including six in Asia Pacific (APAC), with future versions of the barometer capable of comparing changes in behavior and attitudes ...

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University of Vermont to test food deconditioning system

Researchers from the University of Vermont (UVM) have teamed up with Casella Waste Systems to test a new food unpacking system. One-third of food waste in Vermont is still packaged, creating challenges for the mandatory diversion of food waste from landfills under the state’s new Universal Recycling Act (Bill 148 banned waste food from landfills from July 2020). “It’s very ...

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Kaiser’s healthcare workers go on strike

Kaiser Permanente healthcare workers in Southern California sent strike notice to executives on Thursday, informing them of their intention to go on an indefinite strike from November 15 over disputes over a new contract. Up to 28,400 healthcare workers, including a large contingent of nurses, could leave their jobs in southern California. 3,400 more are expected to strike in Oregon. ...

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South Africa is slowly souring over its ruling party

JACOB Zuma, former president of South Africa, liked to say that the African National Congress (ANC) would reign until Jesus’ return. Given his party’s performance in the November 1 local elections, “Christ live! would be an understandable reaction. The ANC won around 46% of the vote – the first time it has fallen below 50% in a national ballot since ...

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Governor Abbott Appoints Four Members to Texas Commission on Virtual Education | Oficina del Gobernador from Texas

November 3, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Appointment Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Rex Gore, Bernie Francis, Hannah Smith and Josue Tamarez Torres to the Texas Commission on Virtual Education for terms at the governor’s discretion. In addition, Gore was appointed chairman of the commission. The commission was established to develop and make recommendations regarding the delivery of virtual education ...

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In Iraq, allegations of electoral fraud fuel uncertainty, divisions

BAGHDAD – More than three weeks after the Iraqis voted in parliamentary elections, pro-Iranian Shiite militias who have emerged as the biggest losers are still rejecting the outcome of the vote, plunging the country into political uncertainty and crisis. Militia supporters have pitched tents near the entrance to Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone in an ongoing sit-in, threatening violence unless ...

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The Quinnipiac Asian Student Alliance hosted an event celebrating Filipino culture through dessert – The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Members of the Asian Student Alliance prepare halo-halo, a Filipino dessert made from jellied fruit, evaporated milk and other ingredients. (Katie Langley) Jellied fruit, red and white beans, crushed ice, evaporated milk and a bright purple sweet potato ice cream called ube come together to create a sweet and delicious treat. The Filipino halo-halo dessert was the star of the ...

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Australia rejects French allegations of deception of AUKUS deal

SYDNEY – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed accusations by French President Emmanuel Macron over a canceled $ 37 billion submarine contract. Macron recently said that Morrison lied in dropping the submarine deal before Australia joined a new security pact with the UK and US known by its acronym AUKUS. The AUKUS alliance and Australia’s cancellation of a lucrative ...

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Union asks Biden administrator for help in Charleston harbor dispute

A sign shows the location of a new South Carolina Ports Authority terminal named in honor of longtime State Senator Hugh Leatherman on Monday, October 25, 2021, in North Charleston, SC Currently, the International Longshoremen’s Association is appealing to the Biden administration for help in resolving a labor dispute at the terminal. (AP Photo / Meg Kinnard) Meg Kinnard PA ...

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Healthcare groups cite workforce ‘crisis’

A broad coalition of healthcare groups on Monday (November 1) tried to draw attention to the personnel and financial issues, saying the state must take action to help cope with what those responsible for the industry describe it as a “crisis”. “The workforce shortage is the worst it’s ever been,” said Emmett Reed, CEO of the Florida Health Care Association, ...

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Microsoft and Sega envision “strategic alliance” focused on future of game development

Microsoft and Sega could work closely together on several future projects. The two companies have agreed in principle to a new “strategic alliance” that would see Sega produce global games at scale using Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. This would be part of Sega’s “Super Game” initiative, which the company uses to prioritize areas important for innovative new titles, with “key ...

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Launch of an improved website for undocumented migrants | MSU Today

There are more than 450,000 undocumented students in the United States, according to a report by the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration. Michigan State University, like many other major universities, admits and supports students based on their academic qualifications, regardless of their immigration status. MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD, has been explicit in his advocacy for ...

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