How About Just 'Listen to Women'?

Earlier this week, Tucker Carlson did the thing Tucker Carlson is consummately good at doing: He got angry on national television. The Fox News host’s performance, this time around, concerned the allegations of sexual assault Christine Blasey Ford has made against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; Carlson, echoing an idea that has become a […]

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Why Failure Is An Asset For All Micro Businesses

Failure in business can be your greatest asset. Getty Royalty Free. Failure is part of life. Failure in business is often seen negatively. In reality, failure can be one of the greatest assets micro business owners possess. Learning from your experiences and bringing these to your business on a daily basis is a key skill […]

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Nkrumah's Success Story And The Failure Of Haile Selassie In Egypt

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Nkrumah’s Success Story And The Failure Of Haile Selassie In Egypt  Modern Ghana (press release) (blog) Full coverage Source link

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Everybody Fails. Here's How to Make the Best of It.

It’s a part of life, so learn from it. September 19, 2018 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you’ve ever failed in business, or in life, you’re in good company. I would dare say 100 percent of the readers here have failed at something. In fact, your only two […]

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Liz Peek: The Kavanaugh controversy is serious and the GOP must understand that failure is not an option

It is clear that Democrats in the Senate are prepared to do whatever it takes to block Judge Brett Kavanaugh from becoming an associate justice on the Supreme Court. Now the Democrats are trying a new the 11th hour ploy to derail Kavanaugh’s nomination. They called Tuesday for an FBI investigation of allegations by California […]

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Carolina dams hold up — for now

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, the Carolinas’ aging dams have emerged as an unsung success story — at least so far. Only one North Carolina dam — in Brunswick County — has breached. The state is home to more than 3,400 dams. In South Carolina, two small, low-hazard dams have failed, a tiny percentage […]

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Jail Dockets September 18

The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. Those […]

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How Companies Get Creativity Right (and Wrong)

Beth Comstock, the first female vice chair at General Electric, thinks companies large and small often approach innovation the wrong way. They either try to throw money at the problem before it has a clear market, misallocate resources, or don’t get buy in from senior leaders to enact real change. Comstock spent many years at […]

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Legacy Outlets Add Two More Botched Hit Pieces To A Pile Of Stinky Reporting On Trump

Chuck Todd’s accusation that conservative outlets are to blame for the public’s growing lack of trust in the media was still in a steaming pile on the ground when two of America’s biggest papers had to scramble their way to corrections this week. Both The New York Times and Washington Post had to perform reconstructive […]

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6 autoimmune liver disease stories on cholangitis risks, outcomes

Autoimmune liver diseases such as primary biliary cholangitis and primary sclerosing cholangitis lead to inflammation and damage that can be significantly exacerbated by comorbidities such as hepatitis and other chronic liver diseases. Healio presents the following reports on recent studies that focus on adverse events in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, a novel PSC biomarker, and demographics […]

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