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A Yale grad and ex-banker ended up homeless in Los Angeles. Then a fellow alum made an unexpected offer

Even with an economics degree from Yale and job experience on Wall Street and in Hollywood, the future for Shawn Pleasants looked increasingly glum.
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How to stop the resurgence of anti-Semitism

Numerous historians have concluded that Kristallnacht, the "Night of the Broken Glass" in 1938, changed everything. During a single night throughout Germany and Austria, almost one hundred Jews were murdered, hundreds of synagogues destroyed, thousands of Jewish shops and businesses ransacked and tens of thousands sent to concentration camps.
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Opinion: How to stop the horrifying resurgence of anti-Semitism

Numerous historians have concluded that Kristallnacht, the "Night of the Broken Glass" in 1938, changed everything. During a single night throughout Germany and Austria, almost one hundred Jews were murdered, hundreds of synagogues destroyed, thousands of Jewish shops and businesses ransacked and tens of thousands sent to concentration camps.
Tags: News, Germany, Austria, Stories


Old Navy's future is in doubt

Gap outlined a plan to rescue itself in February, and Wall Street was firmly behind it: The company would spin off its popular Old Navy brand in 2020 and focus on its own struggling flagship, as well as its Banana Republic, Athleta and Hill City lines.
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A first-hand account of Liverpool Art School bands secures National Lottery Support

THEN ALONG CAME LENNON A first-hand account of Liverpool Art School bands secures National Lottery Support Artists and oral historians, The Sound Agents, have secured a grant of £10,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to make a documentary uncovering the hidden histories of musicians who attended Liverpool Art School from 1955 to 1980. From […] The post A first-hand account of Liverpool Art School bands secures National Lottery Support appeared first on Art in Liverpool.
Tags: Art, News, Lennon, The Sound Agents, Liverpool Art School, National Lottery Support Artists, National Lottery Heritage Fund


Real Estate, Recruiting and Sourcing: A Love Story of Sorts

  “building out a mass of maybes does not a hire make.” There are more than a few parallels between recruiting and real estate. No, this isn’t a diatribe about how candidates are like houses. They’re not, and frankly, we might all benefit from a little more emphasis on the human factor, but that’s a […]
Tags: Real Estate, Featured, News, Recruiting, Webinar, Branding, Love Story, Blog Posts, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Real Estate Recruiting


The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Disney+ Launch, Youtube Ads, FREE Crypto Startup School & Other Tech News Nov 8, 2019

Disney+ Launch, Youtube Ads, FREE Crypto Startup School & Other Tech News Nov 8, 2019 The post appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.
Tags: Podcast, News, Seo, Chris Voss, Crypto Startup School


7 Common Email List Building Mistakes

The truth is that even professional email marketers make mistakes from time to time. What’s important is that you learn from them so you can be more effective down the line. In this post, you’ll learn some of the common mistakes marketers make when building their email lists. Building an email list is just one part of a solid lead generation strategy. We suggest that you check this post on the lead generation process if you wish to learn more. With that out of the way, let’s jump ...
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Fellow alum steps in to help homeless Yale grad

Even with an economics degree from Yale and job experience on Wall Street and in Hollywood, Shawn Pleasants was homeless for 10 years. After seeing his story on CNN, a fellow Yale alumni decided to step in to help.
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5 Birds You Should Eat Instead Of Turkey This Thanksgiving

Consider duck, goose, pheasant, ostrich or partridge as your main dish this holiday.
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Church called to action as Lebanon protests continue

Lebanon (MNN) -- Today ends the third week of widespread protests in Lebanon. Issues vary, but most people want a complete overhaul of the government. Demonstrators blame current leaders for Lebanon’s economic failure and crumbling infrastructure. Read our coverage of the situation here. Although the movement is unifying all sectors of Lebanese society, its potential for harm troubles leaders like Nabil Costa. He’s the CEO of LSESD: the Lebanese Society for Educational and Social Develo...
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'Frozen 2' cast has a problem sharing spoilers

The cast of "Frozen 2" stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and talked about how hard it was to keep the plot of the movie secret from their kids.
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