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VIDEO: Top 2 recruit Michael Porter Jr. goes off for 39 points in fall league game

Michael Porter Jr., the No. 1 or No. 2 player in the Class of 2017, has moved to Washington state after his father was named an assistant coach on the University of Washington coaching staff. 96 more words


T is for Training 194 : Never Wear a Lavalier Mic into the Bathroom

On the call were Andrea Snyder, Kate Kosturski, Michael Porter, Jill Hurst-Wahl, and Maurice Coleman. We began with the topic:  How do we connect with our learners, whether it is a workshop or a speaking gig or webinar?  366 more words

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Elite recruit Michael Porter Jr. to return to being homeschooled

Washington commit Michael Porter, ESPN.com’s No. 2 basketball recruit in the Class of 2017, and his brothers will return to being homeschooled while playing for Nathan Hale (Seattle), he told Washington website #Dawgman. 208 more words


The Harvard B-school program to reform America for higher profits

Summary: Things go poorly for America’s economy, with decades of slowing growth and rising inequality. The insurgencies on the Left and Right in Campaign 2016… 600 more words


Your bargaining power as an artist is in your ability to walk away!

The term bargaining power is a concept that was widely discussed by economist Michael Porter, when he conceptualised the “Five Forces Theory”. This framework as developed by Porter is a business industry analysis tool to measure a business’s performance in terms of profitability and strategic sustainability. 905 more words


Top 5 player in the country makes his commitment and it surprises no one

Michael Porter Jr. is one of the most coveted recruits in the class of 2017 and his recruitment has been pretty one-sided. Porter Jr.’s father is an assistant coach at Washington and it’s been believed by just about everyone that he would end up there for that reason alone. 132 more words

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How Goldman Grooms Its 10,000 Small Businesses for Growth

For Roy Castro, the path to becoming an ice-cream distributor was hardly as sweet as it sounds.

After getting out of prison following a drug charge in 2002, Castro, 41, took whatever jobs he could get, he says. 1,812 more words