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How supermarkets can help tackle food waste

By Sarah Thomas, Public Affairs Officer, National Federation of Women’s Institutes, Cardiff

Food waste is once more high on the WI agenda following the ‘ 712 more words


Ivy League, Inc.

Back in graduate school, I was a member of SUPE, Students United for Public Education. We conducted a study in which we showed that the very rich and seemingly private Harvard University received more public monies than our own poorly funded and very public University of Massachusetts-Amherst. 192 more words

MS Excel - How The Ubiquitous Spreadsheet Can Make You Stand Out

MS Excel needs absolutely no introduction in the business world. The moment you hear the term “Microsoft Excel,” you may instantly think of number-crunching careers like accounting or finance but making the error of ruling out other verticals where you could potentially make the most of your Microsoft Excel training could leave you without that extra edge over competitors in your line of work. 598 more words


Making corporate taxes great again

I continue to maintain that Congressional Republicans will stick with President Donald Trump until they get their favorite policies enacted—or until Trump’s missteps and declining popularity stand in the way of their getting what they want. 186 more words

Are B-Corps Coming to Town?

Texas may be on its way to joining thirty-one states that have already passed Public Benefit Corporations (B-Corps) legislation, which include Delaware, California, Florida and New York. 473 more words


The Right Wing's Scapegoat

2017 has witnessed the “rise of the right”. In numerous elections across the globe, far-right political leaders have come extremely close to securing top executive positions. 526 more words


Who owns the world? Tracing half the corporate giants’ shares to 30 owners

By The Conversation

When people say share ownership is highly diversified, they think most large public corporations have lots of shareholders – and often the largest shareholder has less than 15%, sometimes less than 5%, of the total shareholdings. 504 more words