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Day 334

Tuesday 29th November 2016

I have been overweight all my life, even as a child. My parents wanted me to lose weight so they gave me incentives. 281 more words

Weight Loss

The elusive promise of 'choice'

School-choice advocates are cheering the nomination of Betsy DeVos to head Trump’s Department of Education, while public school proponents are worried about what her leadership would mean for the future of public education. 506 more words

In The News

How To Make A Spaceship: What I Learned From Julian Guthrie

I thoroughly enjoyed “How To Make A Spaceship: A Band of Renegades, An Epic Race, and the Birth of Private Spaceflight” by Julian Guthrie.  Perhaps I enjoyed it because it was unexpected.  371 more words

Greece: Draft law on establishment of company under electronic one-stop shop procedure

The draft law regarding the company establishment under the electronic one-stop shop process was submitted to the parliament on 25th November 2016. The draft law covers the following things: 183 more words

EU

How Do You Reward Innovators?

By Greg Holden, Business Writer & Social Media Manager, IRI

In his keynote address at an IRI Annual Meeting, Bernie Meyerson, Chief Innovation Officer at IBM, said “the talented techies are the rock stars; these are the people that make it work. 1,062 more words

Innovation

Washington think tank lists major recipients of government-sponsored corporate socialism; Louisiana definitely a player

Good Jobs First, a Washington, D.C.-based national policy resource center, has released an extensive study entitled Megadeals: The Largest Economic Development Subsidy Packages Ever Awarded by State and Local Governments in the United States… 881 more words

Ethics