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Mixed martial arts fans thrilled for Saskatchewan debut

Jay Manley was bursting with excitement the moment he learned the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was coming to Saskatoon. The mixed martial arts promotion’s first foray into Saskatchewan was Sunday night at SaskTel Centre. 428 more words


Warrior Wednesday

Army Sgt. Jason W. Swiger

Posted on May 21, 2013 by TheSummitProject

24, of South Portland, Maine; assigned to the 5th Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C.; died March 25 in Baqubah, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle during combat operations. 479 more words


What is The Summit Project?

In a recent post, I recounted my experiences snowshoeing up Borestone Mountain carrying a memorial stone in honor of a young soldier, PFC Tyler Springmann. Some may be wondering why I did this and who organizes these hike. 623 more words


Sacramento Kings Chairman Vivek Ranadive: My trip to India with Obama

Last month, the White House invited me to join President Barack Obama on a trip for India’s Republic Day. Since I have no political affiliations (I call myself an “American”), I saw this as an opportunity to be part of history. 759 more words


Chief Executive Magazine Names Honeywell Chairman And CEO Dave Cote Selected "CEO Of The Year"

Chief Executive Magazine has named Chairman and CEO Dave Cote “2013 CEO of the Year,” an honor that recognizes an outstanding corporate leader nominated and selected by peers. 419 more words


Honeywell CEO To Obama: Medicare Will ‘Crush The System’

WASHINGTON (CBS DC) — President Obama sought the advice of Honeywell International’s CEO on reaching a budget plan – and Dave Cote had harsh words for the present state of the U.S. 325 more words


Honeywell CEO Dave Cote has two tips for doing business in China

Foreign companies don’t quite know what to make of China’s leadership transition. Maybe that’s why Honeywell CEO David M. Cote’s simple advice tonight—telling businesses not to overthink their overseas strategy—made so much sense. 237 more words