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Best International Culinary Schools in India

The revolutionary progress in the sphere of artificial intelligence is shaping our lives in an altogether way. Since business plays an essential part in our society, it is needless to say that it is experiencing a significant phase id disruption by this utilitarian branch of science. AI is projected to pervade a major segment of …

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More schools adopt ABYC’s tech program; Grow Boating webinar available

With the boating industry’s shortage of techs now and in the near future, it’s encouraging to see the American Boat and Yacht Council’s Marine Service Technology curriculum being adopted by increasing numbers of schools. Dealers and their local marine trades associations should be making it a point to contact and inform local schools to do …

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Sneak Peek at the 2019 Go-To Law Schools: Nos. 41-50

Tom Petty said it best when he sang that “the waiting Is the hardest part.” So we’re here to ease your pain and offer a preview of Law.com’s 2019 Go-To Law Schools report, which ranks the 50 law schools with the highest percentage of recent graduates to snag associate jobs at the nation’s largest 100 …

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Surfing, Schools and Jets: WeWork’s Bets Follow CEO Adam Neumann’s Passions

WeWork Cos. chief Adam Neumann, an avid surfer, took the company jet to Hawaii over the December holidays and hit the waves with a surfing legend he admires, Laird Hamilton. Mr. Neumann’s office-space giant had weeks earlier struck a deal with Mr. Hamilton, and announced in January that it led a $32 million investment in …

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Schools can fight fake news by teaching kids to think like fact-checkers — Quartz

The photograph shows three malformed daisies, warped as if plucked from a Salvador Dali painting. An accompanying caption claims that the photo was taken near the site of the Fukushima nuclear explosion in Japan, noting, “This is what happens when flowers get nuclear birth defects.” In 2015, 170 American high-school students were asked a simple …

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Overextended: Why schools rush to extend coach contracts

FILE – In this Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, file photo, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn takes the field for the team’s NCAA college football game against Alabama State, in Auburn, Ala. Malzahn, who just the season before seemed to be in a precarious position with Auburn, received a $49 million, seven-year contract that makes him the …

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