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  • The importance of human capital in organizational culture

    The importance of human capital in organizational culture

    What was the learning that the pandemic left you? Many entrepreneurs have answered me that it is the importance of human capital in their company. The physical and mental well-being of people became a relevant asset beyond other types of results. Hannah Busing vía Unsplash That brings us to the question: Wasn’t it important before? […]

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  • Investar (ISTR) Reports Q3 Loss, Tops Revenue Estimates

    Investar (ISTR) Reports Q3 Loss, Tops Revenue Estimates

    This story originally appeared on Zacks Investar (ISTR) came out with a quarterly loss of $1.06 per share versus the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of $1.07. This compares to earnings of $0.35 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items. – Zacks This quarterly report represents an earnings surprise […]

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  • Howard University Freshman Says Students Were Hospitalized, Coughing Up Blood Due to Housing Conditions

    Chandler Robinson

    One of the most prestigious and well-known HBCUs is going through what is being labeled a “housing crisis.” According to Howard University freshman, Chandler Robinson, fellow pupils have been exposed to mold and others hospitalized because they were coughing up blood and having breathing issues. Robinson recorded herself speaking about the conditions of housing on […]

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  • Simone Biles Says She’s ‘Still Scared To Do Gymnastics’ In Emotional Interview

    Simone Biles Says She's 'Still Scared To Do Gymnastics' In Emotional Interview

    Gymnast Simone Biles spoke about her ongoing struggles with mental health and the “twisties” on Thursday, revealing that she still feels “scared to do gymnastics” after the Tokyo Olympics. During an interview on “Today,” Biles was asked about her recent Senate testimony against former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who sexually abused her and […]

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  • California’s In-N-Out sparks latest pandemic culture war

    California's In-N-Out sparks latest pandemic culture war

    A worker wears a face covering while taking orders from motorists at an In-N-Out Burger restaurant. | Mario Tama/Getty Images SACRAMENTO — It took defiance of Bay Area pandemic restrictions for some Californians to admit that In-N-Out is, after all, just a fast food corporation and not a unifying state identity. One location’s refusal to […]

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  • Court Rules Pablo Escobar’s Cocaine Hippos Are Legally People

    Court Rules Pablo Escobar's Cocaine Hippos Are Legally People

    Nearly 100 hippos previously owned by Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar have a unique distinction in U.S. law: They are the first non-human creatures to be legally considered people. The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio recognized the late Escobar’s infamous “Cocaine Hippos” as legal persons Wednesday for the first time in […]

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  • Joe Biden Says Pro-Trump Rioters On Jan. 6 Were Motivated By White Supremacy

    Joe Biden Says Pro-Trump Rioters On Jan. 6 Were Motivated By White Supremacy

    President Joe Biden said Thursday that white supremacy is what motivated supporters of Donald Trump to attack the Capitol on Jan. 6 and accused his predecessor of appealing to racists. The president spoke at the 10-year anniversary of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., where he said he believed that “the violent, […]

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  • AP Top Stories October 21 P

    AP Top Stories October 21 P

    Here are the top stories for Thursday, Oct. 21: House votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt; Biden ties legislative agenda to MLK.; Prayer urged for missionaries in Haiti; Huge dinosaur skeleton auctioned in Paris.        Source link

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  • Tabitha Brown Set to Launch Her First Vegan Restaurant In Los Angeles


    Vegan enthusiast, motivator, and actress Tabitha Brown is opening up her very first restaurant and she says it’s going to be “very good!” Brown recently announced on Instagram that she’ll be the co-owner of a new location for Kale My Name, a plant-based restaurant. The vegan spot’s sole location is based in Chicago, where she became […]

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