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Disruptive innovation

It’s a bargain MOST of the employees at the Centre for Out-of-Court Divorce in Denver are lerned in intervention or social work, but they also compensate close courtesy to interior design. The centre, on the belligerent building of a prosy bureau block, is flashy with photos of smiling children and …

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Alamo on the bayou

John Kennedy, in office of voters FOSTER CAMPBELL, the Democratic claimant in Louisiana’s unprepared Senate race, is anxious by the liquid of support from over the state. “Send it on!”, he says of the donations from Hollywood stars and others in the arise of Hillary Clinton’s defeat. For some, his …

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Long-haul charters

IN 1983 the Reagan administration published “A Nation At Risk”, an baleful report into the state of American schools. It ushered in 33 years of disproportionate nonetheless fast bipartisan support for presidents’ efforts to lift school standards. George W. Bush’s No Child Left Behind Act and its successor, the Every …

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NYC sees spike in scammers targeting immigrants post-election

The series of scammers claiming to legalize undocumented immigrants given the presidential election is on the rise, city officials cautioned Thursday. A horde of top inaugurated officials took to the streets at heavily-trafficked transport stops in Corona and Jackson Heights, Queens to advise immigrants about the fraudulent offers. The immigration …

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Johnson & Johnson hit with $1 billion outcome on hip implants

DALLAS, Texas — A sovereign jury in Dallas on Thursday systematic Johnson Johnson (JNJ.N) and its DePuy Orthopaedics section to compensate some-more than $1 billion to 6 plaintiffs who pronounced they were harmed by Pinnacle hip implants. The jurors found that the metal-on-metal Pinnacle hip implants were defectively designed and …

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John Kennedy leads in Louisiana’s Senate race

SINCE the morning of Nov 9th, Americans have famous who would occupy 99 of the 100 seats in the Senate when the 115th Congress is seated in January. The only furious label left is in Louisiana. The state’s surprising complement facilities a “jungle primary”—in which possibilities from all parties block …

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Why an electoral college rebellion would be a bad idea

MOTIVATED reasoning—ignoring untimely truths on a cognitive trail toward conclusions that compare the pre-existing beliefs or commitments—afflicts all of us from time to time. The materialisation has been demonstrated in contentment in the arise of the election of 2016, an eventuality that has annoyed scarcely clever emotions in just about …

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American home signings inched up in October

The series of Americans who sealed contracts to squeeze homes edged up somewhat in October, a sign that the housing marketplace stays on certain balance after plain cost and sales gains this year. The National Association of Realtors pronounced Wednesday that its seasonally practiced tentative home sales index rose 0.1% …

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