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Study Shows that Many Educational Institutions Lack Broadband Support

Institutions serving Black, Hispanic and Native communities are falling behind in terms of broadband infrastructure, workforce training and more – so how can the education industry do better?

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Energy
Ford Ditches Gasoline for EVs in European Market

The global electric vehicle market is diversifying, with some of the automotive industry’s biggest names joining the fray and trying to carve out space in the rapidly expanding sector around the world. The latest to do so is Ford, which has reportedly invested $1 billion in an EV production facility in Germany as part…

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Podcasts
Sport Radio Personality Colin Cowherd Launches Podcast Network

Often-divisive but undeniably popular sports personalist Colin Cowherd is distancing from the major networks that have helped build his career, announcing that he’s starting his on podcast company under the name The Volume to dip his toes into the on-demand sports content landscape. Cowherd will lead the network with a signature podcast and anchor a…

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Food & Beverage
Uber Dives into the World of Alcohol Delivery

Uber, which has already expanded its footprint from ride-hailing to food delivery with its massively popular Uber Eats, is adding more to that expanding food delivery network. Tech Crunch has reported that Uber announced it has plans to acquire Drizly, an alcohol delivery service, for $1.1 billion, highlighting the growing value of the alcohol…

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Huawei Smartphone Sales Tank Under US Sanctions

After sanctions imposed by the United States last year, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is struggling mightily. The company fell out of the world’s top five organizations in terms of smartphones shipped – the first time it’s ranked outside that group in six years, according to Canalys. In the second quarter of 2020, the company was…

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Podcasts
Los Angeles Film & TV Production Hits Rock Bottom During Pandemic

More data has been released regarding how the Los Angeles film market has adjusted to the pandemic, and, though, there are some signs of life and reasons for hope, the numbers are not good. Reporting out of Hollywood Reporter said that non-profit benefit and research organization for the greater LA media economy, FilmLA, recently…

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Building Management
Could UV-C Tech Be Part of Schools’ Reopening Strategies?

The Biden administration continues to lay out some of its early priorities for 2021 and has given some direction on how it plans to approach its COVID-19 response in terms of support for the educational system. Reporting out of ABC News said that, during its first week in office, the Biden administration announced a multi-layered…

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promotional claims
Aligning, Appraising, and Simplifying Scientific Data Strengthens Promotional Claims
June 20, 2024

The pharmaceutical industry faces the challenge of converting complex medical and scientific information into clear, effective promotional claims. This process is critical as it balances the need for accurate scientific communication with the requirement for impactful marketing. The stakes are high, as promotional materials must adhere to stringent regulatory standards while also appealing to…

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promotional review meetings
Defining Goals, Leveraging Technology, and Planning Ahead are Essential for Successful Promotional Review Meetings
June 20, 2024

Today’s fast-paced business environment demands effective review of promotional content. Ensuring all promotional materials are compliant, accurate, and impactful has become crucial. This necessity has given rise to structured promotional review meetings, a trend essential for maintaining quality and compliance in marketing efforts. These meetings facilitate collaboration, ensure adherence to regulatory standards, and help…

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embracing change
Moving Forward with Fans First
June 20, 2024

In a compelling conversation on fostering innovation within corporate culture, Jesse Cole of the Savannah Bananas highlights the importance of embracing change as a tool for continuous improvement. Cole underscores that change should not be seen as change for its own sake but as an essential part of striving to better serve customers and…

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work-life balance
Achieving Work-Life Balance and Emotional Sobriety with Matt Seefeld
June 20, 2024

This episode of the Growthwell podcast, hosted by Josh Byrd, focuses on achieving a meaningful work-life balance. The discussion examines trends and personal strategies for balancing professional growth and individual well-being. This episode is particularly relevant in post-COVID work dynamics and the increasing importance of mental health. This episode’s guest is Matt Seefeld, EVP…

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Why Chick-Fil-A Operations Saved a COVID Vaccine Drive-Thru
February 2, 2021

Fast-food giant Chick-Fil-A is known for its service – and that commitment to moving customers through its restaurants paid off outside the realm of chicken sandwiches recently. A South Carolina Chick-Fil-A came through in a big way for the local community of Mount Pleasant, highlighting some of the ways Chick-Fila-A has commanded the drive-thru…

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Caesar’s Entertainment Expands its Footprint to Sports Betting
February 2, 2021

Caesar’s Entertainment recently announced a significant “strategic investment” in SuperDraft Inc., a fantasy sports platform. Though neither party has revealed how much Caesar’s paid for its investment, but it has currently bought a minority stake in SuperDraft. While the initial investment may not blow anyone away, it opens the door for some serious disruption…

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Biden Administration’s EdTech Plan: Bridge the Student Digital Divide
January 28, 2021

With a new administration comes new policy visions, and the Biden administration has already vocalized some priorities for the United States’ education system. Reporting out of The 74 Million asserts that the new administration is pointing to the digital divide amongst students as one of the first inequities it plans to tackle, as millions of…

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P&G Cleaning Products Boom as COVID Sanitization Continues
January 28, 2021

Many industries are more optimistic about their sales going into 2021, and it looks like this is panning out for the broader sanitization and cleaning products market. In particular, one company is feeling the boost to its bottom line, as reporting out of Reuters asserts that Procter & Gamble, with a wide array of…

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Exam Proctoring Softwares Draw Criticisms Over Student Privacy
January 25, 2021

There’s no question that the remote learning technology that popped up and evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic helped students and teachers engage from a distance under truly extraordinary circumstances. However, now that the dust has settled, concerns have arisen – specifically around the privacy rights of students asked to take exams and complete other work…

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Tesla’s Newest Chinese-Made Model Y Begins Deliveries
January 25, 2021

China recently added another Chinese-made-and-sold Tesla to its stable, rolling out the Model Y electric SUV. The vehicle has now begun deliveries in the country, with Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory, which Tesla founder Elon Musk calls a “template for future growth,” producing the cars. The company’s Shanghai factory is already proving to exceed capacity expectations;…

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Apple Facing a Lawsuit to Remove Telegram Over Hate Speech
January 25, 2021

Social media has been in the political and ethical spotlight over the past few weeks, with former President Trump’s Twitter account being suspended, social media apps like Parler being pulled from the App Store after being used to organize violence at the Capitol, and more. Now, Apple is under fire from the non-profit Coalition…

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IKEA Buys 11,000 Acres of Georgia Forest
January 20, 2021

IKEA is making investments into its climate positivity commitments, and the strategy is an interesting one. FastCompany reports that Ikea’s parent company, Ingka Group, purchased 11,000 acres of forest in the state of Georgia from the non-profit group Conservation Fund. The goal, rather than use the land for timber for its wooden home furnishings,…

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Apple Announces Racial Equity Investments
January 20, 2021

Tech giant Apple is responding to a year full of racial unrest with a focus on racial equity, backed up by an investment of $100 million last June, as reported by The Verge. The investment, said CEO Tim Cook, addresses an opportunity for Apple to “challenge the systemic barriers to opportunity and dignity that exist…

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