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DHS S&T Releases Compliance Assessment Bulletins for Public Comment

DHS S&T today announced the release of two Project 25 Compliance Assessment Program draft Compliance Assessment Bulletins for a public comment period through December 20, 2016.

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Research Finds Consumers Are More Accepting of Native Advertisements

Consumers are becoming more accepting of native advertisements, especially when they are sponsored by a company with which the consumer has a strong relationship or if the advertisements provide information the consumer can use.

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UC Berkeley’s 39th Annual Real Estate & Economics Symposium Highlights Trends in Land Use, Financing, and Profitability

November 21, 2016 at the InterContinental in San Francisco, CA

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On the Job: Is It Better to Fit in or Stand Out?

Is it better to fit in or stand out at work? A new study suggests that the answer depends on your position in your network structure and your degree of cultural alignment.

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Bak USA’s Link with UB Is Vital and Growing Stronger

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The fast-growing 63-person firm has emerged as a successful social enterprise whose mission is twofold: to build and sell computers, and to hire locals – including new immigrants and people from the surrounding East Side neighborhood. Reviving manufacturing while empowering people from impoverished areas makes it more than simply a balance sheet-driven business.

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Growth in SNAP Retailers Followed Enrollment Spike During Recession

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Increased enrollment in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Georgia contributed to the growth of grocery retailers at all levels from 2007 to 2014.

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Trump Election: Stock Market May Not Predict Economy's Direction

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The Post-Election Global Marketplace Will Stabilize Soon

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Babson College Hosts 2016 Entrepreneurship Forum

The Babson Entrepreneurship Forum 2016 will take place November 11, 2016 at the Babson College Wellesley campus. Every year, students, faculty, professionals and entrepreneurs from the Boston community gather for this one-day conference to learn and network. Attendees benefit from the latest in entrepreneurial trends, tools, and thought leadership. The Babson Entrepreneurship Forum 2016 is centered on the theme of “Take Action”.

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Election 2016: Why Investors Might Benefit No Matter Who Wins

When the U.S. experiences three simultaneous conditions—a major macroeconomic news day, a Democrat President in office, and pre-election day—the U.S. stock market surges an average of 17 basis points, according to a new study.

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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and Hawaii Pacific Health Announce Partnership to Expand Access for Patients in Hawaii

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Hawaii Pacific Health has joined the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Affiliate Network. SCCA has 13 Affiliate Network partners located across the Western U.S., including in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and now Hawaii.

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Voting Day Round-Up! Research and Experts on 2016 Election

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Bankruptcy Expert Studies Trump Casinos

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A new study by a Temple University professor shows that Donald Trump’s casinos in Atlantic City lost more jobs and money than competitors’ casinos, while also going through more bankruptcies than any other major business in America.

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#Retail Experts @SyracuseU Available to Comment on #Holidayshopping Season. Cc @WhitmanatSU

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ISPOR Launches “New Professionals” Network

The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) announced today the launch of its New Professionals Network. The new membership category is designed to serve the unique needs of future leaders in the field of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR).

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Opening of Cardiac Direct Access Unit at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Transforms Cardiac Care in New England

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The CardioVascular Institute (CVI) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) has transformed the delivery of cardiac care with the opening of the new Cardiac Direct Access Unit (CDAc). The first of its kind in New England, the outpatient unit offers immediate evaluation and care, allowing many individuals with heart conditions to avoid preventable and costly Emergency Department visits.

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Local Entrepreneurs Get a Boost From University Center

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Sacramento State's College of Business Administration helps startups - and students who want real-world experience.

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A Study Of The Economic And Environmental Impact of Fracking on the Monterey Bay Region

This study estimates the regional economic contribution and costs of the oil production industry in the San Ardo oilfield, the tax contributions of the industry, and the environmental costs and contributions of the industry to the Monterey County economy. The study was conducted as a response to a request from the Monterey County for Energy Independence for an independent and impartial study of the past, present and future economic and environmental impact for Monterey County of the oil production industry in southern Monterey County, near San Ardo.

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Deloitte Receives Analytics Leadership Award From IU Kelley School of Business

Deloitte’s work to help automakers worldwide proactively detect and respond to vehicle quality and safety issues has been recognized with an Analytics Leadership Award from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Deloitte received the award for developing its solution, “Quality and Safety Analytics: Transforming Automotive Quality, Warranty, and Recall Management.”

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KBED Partnership Wins National Award for Economic Development

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Kansas State University's Knowledge Based Economic Development, or KBED, partnership with the Manhattan community is receiving a national award for enhancing the region's economy.







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