Monthly Archives: August 2021

Social entrepreneurs go there

The resurgence of COVID. Forest fires in the west, Afghanistan. Traffic jam in Washington. Drought. Hurricanes. Wickedness at all levels, from the personal to the political. The list of depressing phenomena that strike us daily is simply overwhelming. No wonder there is a mental health crisis plaguing so many of …

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Jett Lawrence and Eli Tomac win overalls at Ironman National

Jo Shimoda won the hole early in the second set, but almost fell, hitting the berm in the first turn. Behind him were Jett Lawrence, Ty Masterpool, Justin Cooper and RJ Hampshire. Shimoda led the first laps, pushing back Jett Lawrence but the No.18 managed to pass as they passed …

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Pension funds can fill infrastructure financing gaps

Sunday mail Tawanda Musarurwa For some time now, pension funds in Zimbabwe have struggled to find investment assets that consistently and steadily increase their members’ mutual funds. But maybe the assets these funds were looking for were hiding in plain sight. A 2013 World Bank report titled “Zimbabwe’s Infrastructure: A …

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La Cour suprême rejette le moratoire sur les expulsions de Biden

PHOENIX, ARIZONA – 01 OCTOBRE : l’agent du comté de Maricopa Darlene Martinez frappe à une porte avant … [+] publiant un ordre d’expulsion le 1er octobre 2020 à Phoenix, Arizona. Des milliers d’expulsions ordonnées par le tribunal se poursuivent dans tout le pays malgré un moratoire des Centers for …

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Why automating your savings works

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. You may have noticed that almost all financial advisers and financial experts have more or less the …

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Latest news on coronavirus: Significant increase in inevitable cases amid summer festivals and back to school, expert warns

A The plan for the booster vaccines is “urgent” because the protection provided by two doses of Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines could fall below 50% for the elderly by winter, a prominent scientist has warned. Professor Tim Spector, senior scientist at study app Zoe Covid, said the results showed protection …

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PennantPark Appoints Pete Mitchell as Managing Director,

NEW YORK, Aug.25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – PennantPark Investment Advisers, LLC, a leading middle market credit platform, today announced that Pete Mitchell has joined the company as Managing Director, responsible for private fundraising. Mitchell will lead private vehicle fundraising at PennantPark as the company continues to expand its private credit …

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7 Tigers land on preseason All-SEC coaching squads

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (WAFB) – The LSU Tigers received Southeastern Conference coaching recognition on Tuesday, August 24 as seven Tigers were named to the All-SEC 2021 preseason coaching teams. The Tigers were led by All-American cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. and kicker Cade York who received first-team recognition. Receiver Kayshon Boutte, …

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FDA gives full approval for Pfizer vaccine, Bay Area leaders say acceptance and warrants could follow

Bay Area health experts and civic leaders have expressed enthusiasm and relief that the federal government has given full approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, a step that could boost public confidence in the shootings and get more businesses, universities and local governments to make vaccinations mandatory. “This is …

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