Wednesday, July 27, 2022, 11:37 a.m.Press release: Greenpeace New Zealand Greenpeace says the Climate Change Commission’s advice to government on the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) misses the mark as it continues to exempt New Zealand’s biggest climate polluter – the agriculture. Agriculture accounts for half of New Zealand’s emissions, withRead More →

Alex Tapscott says the current bear market offers opportunities for businesses and investors. Alex Tapscott is “an entrepreneur, author, and seasoned capital markets professional who focuses on the impact of Bitcoin, blockchain, and other digital assets on commercial and financial markets.” He is “the co-author of the critically acclaimed non-fictionRead More →

© USA Today Some of the biggest games of the season take place this weekend in MLS, and it’s been an interesting few days of football betting. Both conferences could have a new leader, and as the first-team Western table and second-team Eastern Conference, anything could happen this weekend. We’llRead More →

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Women with ADHD rarely make friends easily. We can come across as too loud and brash, too distracted and forgetful, or too incoherent and overwhelmed. With each sting of rejection or exclusion, we become less and less likely to pursue new friendships, especially after moving to a new community. Here’sRead More →

How is technology helping financial advisors do their job better? What does it mean to be “customer-centric” when it comes to financial health? And how does an organization successfully pursue its commitment to financial inclusion? like a company, while simultaneously supporting and reinforcing a commitment to diversity, equality and inclusionRead More →

the Mercury provides news and fun every day, but your help is essential. If you think Portland benefits from smart local journalism and artistic coverage, please consider making a small monthly contribution, because without you there is no us. Thanks for your help! To counter Idaho’s new anti-abortion legislation, PlannedRead More →

CLINICAL psychologist Dr Marianne Trent, from Good Thinking Psychological Services (goodthinkingpsychology.co.uk), shares her advice on what to think about if you open your home to a refugee, as Ireland prepares to welcome people of war-torn Ukraine. Remember to communicate “There is obviously a cultural and language barrier,” says Trent. “GoogleRead More →

Muirhouse’s Kieran Tierney has been told not to get caught up in transfer links, amid reported interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid in the former Celtic star. The left-back – who plays centre-back for Scotland – has been immense for Arsenal in the English Premier League this season as theyRead More →

E-commerce giant Amazon plans to open a physical fashion store where algorithms will suggest what customers should try. The first test store, “Amazon Style”, would be located in California. Of course, (almost) everything will happen via an app. Amazon Style Amazon’s first physical fashion store spans nearly 2,800 square metersRead More →

Marie Chasse When Gordon Gekko, the main antagonist of the 1987 film “Wall Street”, stated bluntly that “Greed is good!” people flocked to the theaters. And applauded. Please don’t base your belief system on some movie line that could have been memorable and entertaining, but that’s completely wrong. Greed isRead More →

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. You are reading Entrepreneur Asia Pacific, an international Entrepreneur Media franchise. Ten years ago, the crypto industry began its long journey with the launch of Bitcoin (BTC). BTC started the revolution in the finch industry, providing opportunities for many startups to expandRead More →

A few weeks ago, someone tweeted that an entrepreneur whose business had failed offered his services as a consultant to other entrepreneurs. The person who wrote the tweet mocked and protested the entrepreneur who thought he had something to contribute or could advise other entrepreneurs after his personal entrepreneurial experienceRead More →

Jenn Lim’s career path to becoming the co-founder and CEO of Delivering Happiness, an organizational consulting firm that helps global businesses create happier workplaces, was not entirely straightforward. Lim graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a degree in Asian American Studies just as the Internet revolution swept throughRead More →

Over the past two decades, Australian governments have committed tremendous energy and resources to transforming schools across our country. The driving force behind many reforms has been a tale of panic and failure, often centered on constant decline of Australian students on the OECD International Student Assessment Program (PISA). WhenRead More →