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Announcing the TC Tel Aviv agenda

(Source: techcrunch.com)

TechCrunch is coming to Tel Aviv on June 7th. We hosted two Meetup + Pitch-off events in the past, but this time we’re bringing a full-day conference with us, and today we’re excited to announce the day’s agenda. 414 more words


Effective Climate Change Messaging: A Media Lit Primer

[Note: This post was originally featured on CleanTechnica.]

As climate change advocates, we know how important it is to connect with our audiences through effective messaging. 1,384 more words

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Merrill Lynch Says Buy These 8 Stocks for Q1 Earnings Surprises

Despite the recent volatility, which has investors seeing huge swings in the market, there is plenty to be positive about first-quarter earnings, reporting of which is right around the corner. 991 more words


Dan Hurley Picks UConn Over Pitt And URI In An Absolute No-Brainer

Another blog about UConn basketball! This time it’s about the men’s team so you can go ahead and keep reading. Anyway, Jeff Goodman of that really dumb sports network reported early this morning that former URI head basketball coach Dan Hurley has agreed to become the new coach of the Huskies. 504 more words


Reaction: URI Head Coach Dan Hurley Leaves For UCONN

There goes the neighborhood. Dan Hurley leaving URI for UCONN is a devastating loss for the future direction of the Rhody Rams. After two straight NCAA Tournament appearances, one Atlantic 10 (A10) championship, and one A10 regular season title, Hurley’s time with the Rams is over. 291 more words


Otonomo and Waze founders join the Tel Aviv conference

(Source: techcrunch.com)

The TechCrunch Tel Aviv conference is in June and we’re excited to announce our first speakers for the day-long event. Today, we’re delighted to announce that Uri Levine, co-founder of Waze, and Ben Volkow, CEO and co-founder of Otonomo will be speaking on our stage. 230 more words


5 Stocks to Buy as Capital Spending Poised to Jump in 2018

When economic conditions are unsure, and there is any sort of worry around, both companies and consumers are generally reluctant to spend money, and with good reason. 935 more words