Archives: July 2017

Betsy DaVos Revives Education System

There are a lot of instances where people are pulled into a job that they do not know how to do. There are a lot of politicians and place that really do not have the background to qualify them for the jobs that they have been nominated to do. Betsy DeVos is a breath of

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Toronto’s Finest: Dr. Cameron Clokie

Dr. Cameron Clokie is what one would call a jack of all trades. At one point or another, he has been an oral surgeon, scientist, entrepreneur, professor, and the CEO of Induce Biologics Inc. For nearly 30 years of his life, he focused on dentistry. In 1998, he was named the Head of Oral and

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Susan McGalla – Popular Business Executive

A recent statistical study shows that companies who offer more of diversity in their environment are more successful. Companies with gender-diversity are approximately 15% more likely to outperform. Companies that are ethnically diverse show an increase of 35% more success in relation to performance. The increase is believed to be an asset to the company

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Felipe Montoro Jens Helps with a New Infrastructure Project

Felipe Montoro Jens is a CEO finance guru from Brazil that has worked as a venture capitalist since the beginning of his career. He is specializing now in infrastructure projects. The government announced that it will make concessions through a partnership with BNDES. Edison Carlos, as president of Trata Brasil, which is an institute with

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Former Cancer Patient Talks About How Swimming Changed Her Life

Swimmers spend years practicing for competitions. They may face many challenges such as an illness or injury. Some people get burnt out and simply need a break from the sport. The challenge that one faces may seem impossible to overcome. However, many people feel better after they return to the pool.   Katie Lafferty has

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USA Swimming Appoints a New President

USA Swimming has named a new CEO and President to replace its former leader who passed on after a long cancer illness. The current Rapids president, Tim Hinchey, has been chosen to take over the office. The job will offer Mr. Hinchey an opportunity to be closer to his swimming passion while discharging his professional

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Betsy DeVos’s Optimism And Success With School Choice

When it comes to initiatives, there are a few factors that determine how effective they are. One factor is how passionate one is about the initiative. Another factor is how successful the initiative is. For one thing, even with passion, success can be the fuel for that passion. After all, success brings forth the confidence

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Experts Discuss Concessions in Brazil

There has been a vast number of new changes in the world of business in Brazil. One of them was announced by the government of the country in 2016. The Brazilian government spoke up about the future changes in the state – water concessions.     The topic of water concessions has been discussed at

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Where Should You Take Your Family to Swim this Summer?

Swimming is a great way to cool off and have fun with your family in the hot summer sun. There are a variety of options when it comes to swimming that you’ll want to be aware of. Each of these locations has their advantages and disadvantages, so be sure that you pick the one that’s

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