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Amma Asante to Helm Series Adaptation of Smilla’s Sense of Snow

Amma Asante to helm series adaptation of Smilla’s Sense of Snow After garnering rave reviews for her work on Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Mrs. America, Amma Asante has found her next television project in the form of Constantin Film’s adaptation of the Danish thriller novel Smilla’s Sense of Snow, according to Variety. RELATED: John Boyega & Gavin Hood Team for The Test Adaptation PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAuto...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Copenhagen, Hulu, Amma, Julia Ormond, ComingSoon, Constantin Film, Martin Moszkowicz, David M Benett Dave Benett Getty, TV Premiere, Oliver Berben, Amma Asante, Amma Assante

The 50 best MBA programs in the world

Stanford Graduate School of Business ranked at the top of QS' 2021 Global MBA Ranking. Steve Proehl/Getty Images QS Quacquarelli Symonds, a global higher education analyst, just released its 2021 Global MBA Ranking. Each year QS ranks the best business schools globally using five metrics and surveys from employers and academics.  Stanford Graduate School of Business ranked at the top again, while University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School slipped to second place.  Visit Business Insi...
Tags: Strategy, Features, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, QS Rankings, MBA, RSM, NUS, AGSM

TriMet GM boosts e-bikes as leaders weigh in on congestion pricing

Urgency for new transportation funding options has never been greater. (Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) “The range of e-bikes is exploding right now. I really think it is a new variable in the conversation.”— Doug Kelsey, TriMet Even before the Covid-19 pandemic took a cleaver to municipal budgets and dramatically impacted mobility patterns regionwide, congestion pricing was already a hot topic. Now there’s new urgency around the idea of charging people to use roads. Currently Metro,...
Tags: Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Metro, Kelsey, Portland PORTLAND, Portland Bureau of Transportation, ODOT, Oregon Department of Transportation, Portland City, Clackamas County, Hara

Does early-stage health tech need more ‘patient’ capital?

Crista Galli Ventures, a new early-stage health tech fund in Europe, officially launched last week. The firm offers “patient capital” — with only a single LP (the Danish family office IPQ Capital) — and promises to provide portfolio companies with deep healthcare expertise and the extra runway needed to get over regulatory and efficacy hurdles and to the next stage. The firm has an initial $65 million to deploy and is led by consultant radiologist Dr. Fiona Pathiraja. With offices in London a...
Tags: Health, Startups, TC, Europe, London, Entrepreneurship, Tech, Healthcare, Venture Capital, Copenhagen, Biotechnology, Healthtech, Skin Cancer, CGV, Crista Galli Ventures, Crista Galli Ventures CGV

Why there's little chance we'll have coronavirus vaccine data in October, according to JPMorgan

Welcome to Business Insider's daily healthcare newsletter, your daily dose of pharma, biotech, and healthcare news. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Hello,Today in healthcare news: JPMorgan ran 10,000 simulations that show why an October coronavirus vaccine is unlikely, 10 healthcare stocks to bet on, according to Morgan Stanley, and why we'll likely not have enough vaccines for everybody until 2024. Steve Parsons-WPA...
Tags: Facebook, Cdc, US, Trends, University, New York Times, Healthcare, Vaccine, Copenhagen, Morgan Stanley, Jpmorgan, Copenhagen Denmark, Steve Parsons, Serum Institute of India, Andrew Dunn, Kimberly Leonard

#RadioRave returns to Bauer stations across Europe

RadioRave is returning for four weekends of simulcast programmes across seven Bauer stations in Europe. The special shows will broadcast on KISS in the UK, along with KISS branded stations in Norway and Finland, RMF Maxxx in Poland, The Voice in Denmark, NRJ in Sweden and Radio Expres in Slovakia. Each show will be two hours long and feature DJs including Majestic, Charlie Tee, Joel Corry and David Guetta. Starting in London on the 11th September, the tour ‘travels’ to Copenhagen on the 18th...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, Sweden, Radio, Poland, Finland, Norway, Slovakia, David Guetta, Copenhagen, Richard Dawkins, Oslo, Krakow, Bauer, Station News

Coronavirus live news: Denmark's R number at 1.5; global cases near 30m

Rise in cases in Denmark; global deaths pass 925,000; WHO warns of more deaths in European autumn; India’s death toll goes past 80,000Covid cases near 30m; China expects vaccine in NovemberForeign Covid workers in France to be fast-tracked for nationalityWorld map: which countries have the most cases and deaths?See all our coronavirus coverage 12.31pm BST Millions of school students in Pakistan have returned to classes after schools and colleges were closed for six months due to the coronavi...
Tags: Science, France, China, India, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Pakistan, Who, Denmark, Copenhagen, Coronavirus outbreak

62% of Americans are worried that 'political pressure' from the Trump administration will rush a coronavirus vaccine, new poll shows

A researcher works on a vaccine against the new coronavirus COVID-19 at the Copenhagen's University research lab in Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 23, 2020. THIBAULT SAVARY/AFP via Getty Images 62% of adults in the US worry that "political pressure from the Trump administration lead the FDA to rush to approve a coronavirus vaccine without making sure that it is safe and effective," according to a new poll from Kaiser Family Foundation.  President Donald Trump has claimed that a vaccine ...
Tags: Politics, News, Cdc, White House, Politico, US, Trends, Getty Images, University, Army, Poll, Fda, Vaccine, Copenhagen, Donald Trump, Anthony Fauci

Unity IPO aims to fuel growth across gaming and beyond

Eric Peckham Contributor Share on Twitter Eric Peckham is the creator of the Monetizing Media newsletter and podcast. He was previously TechCrunch’s media columnist. More posts by this contributor Bear and bull cases for Unity’s IPO Unity Software Inc. is set to list on the New York Stock Exchange this month, following its S-1 filing two weeks ago. The 16-year-old tech company is universally known w...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Gaming, Facebook, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, South Korea, Adobe, Microsoft, San Francisco, Tech, Epic

How Unity built a gaming engine for the future

Eric Peckham Contributor Share on Twitter Eric Peckham is the creator of the Monetizing Media newsletter and podcast. He was previously TechCrunch’s media columnist. Last week, Unity Software Inc. filed to go public on the New York Stock Exchange, but the 16-year-old tech company is universally known within the gaming industry and largely unknown outside of it. Unity has expanded beyond gaming, pouring hundreds of millions...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Gaming, Facebook, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, South Korea, Adobe, Microsoft, San Francisco, Tech, Epic

New to Stream: Acorn TV’s October 2020 Lineup

New to Stream: Acorn TV’s October 2020 Lineup Acorn TV has announced its upcoming lineup for the month of October, including the including the eagerly-awaited return of multiple award-winning Australian crime series Mystery Road, as well as the Scandinavian psychological and character-driven crime thriller Darkness: Those Who Kill. RELATED: New to Stream: Netflix and Chills 2020 Lineup Announced PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, Scotland, Bbc, Netflix, Ireland, House, New Zealand, TV News, Streaming, John, Jeremy, Dublin, Copenhagen, Cambridge University

Michael Essien takes coaching role at Denmark’s Nordsjaelland

Copenhagen (AFP) – Former Chelsea and Ghana star Michael Essien has joined the coaching staff at Danish top-flight side FC Nordsjaelland, the club announced on Wednesday. “He has agreed to be part of the club’s... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Denmark, Copenhagen, Ghana, Afp, Michael Essien, FC Nordsjaelland

‘We shouldn’t be playing’ – Southgate questions pre-season start to Nations League

Copenhagen (AFP) – England manager Gareth Southgate said Nations League matches should not have gone ahead during pre-season for most major European leagues after his side laboured to a 0-0 draw away to Denmark on... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Denmark, Gareth Southgate, Copenhagen, Afp, Southgate

Sluggish England held scoreless in Denmark

Copenhagen (AFP) – England were lucky to escape with a 0-0 draw away to Denmark on Tuesday after the hosts wasted the best chances in Copenhagen. Gareth Southgate’s preparation for the game was thrown into... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Denmark, Gareth Southgate, Copenhagen, Afp

Coronavirus live news: France could face 'critical' winter, expert says; Scotland could reimpose restrictions

Leading epidemiologist warns over case rate in France; Scottish first minister said her government could ‘put brakes’ on lockdown easingUK health secretary says young people largely behind case riseIndia confirms world record one-day casesIndia overtakes Brazil as second most Covid-infected countryFrance declares more Covid-19 ‘red zones’See all our coronavirus coverage 1.15pm BST Denmark’s limit on public gatherings will be lowered to 50 people from 100 in the capital Copenhagen and in Oden...
Tags: Science, France, Scotland, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Brazil, Denmark, Cardiff, Copenhagen, Middlesbrough, Suffolk, Odense, Reuters

The 15 richest people in the fashion industry, ranked

Delphine Arnault, Bernard Arnault, Rihanna, and Alexandre Arnault at the Fenty launch in May 2019 in Paris. Julien Hekimian/Getty Images for Fenty Business Insider has compiled a list of the richest people in the fashion industry, based on Forbes' Real Time Billionaires ranking and Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The list includes designers, founders, CEOs, and heiresses who have made their fortunes in fashion, from haute couture to fast fashion. Fashion's richest billionaires are behind lux...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Fashion, Japan, Salma Hayek, France, Life, China, Germany, US, Oklahoma City Thunder, Trends, Nike, Spain, Bloomberg, New York Times

2019 – A Year of Travel In 100 Color Photographs

Every year I post 100 of my favorite photos from the year’s travels.  Ordinarily, this post comes around the New Year. For 2018 I was a full year delayed due to issues with WordPress. I’m extremely delayed in getting this post (photos from 2019) written, but had an extensive backlog to work through and have been delayed with work and travels. Now, fully caught up, I’m happy to pull together 100 of my favorite color shots from 2019 to share with you.  This year’s post includes photos from Geo...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Asia, Europe, Landscape, Instagram, Colorado, Scotland, China, US, Georgia, Sony, Oman, Desert, Norway, Northern Lights

The New Unsuburban Kitchen Booth, 10 Favorites

Recently, we identified the kitchen booth as a trend to watch. Defined as an L- or U-shaped banquette or two facing benches (think 1950s diner), the new kitchen booth is on the rise. Here are our current favorites. Above: An L-shaped booth in oil-finished white oak by designers Space Exploration from Kitchen of the Week: An Ikea Kitchen with an Elegant Upper Cabinet Solution. Above: A corner booth is created from a built-in bench and partial glass wall by architectural designers Studio Oink in...
Tags: Books, London, Matthew Williams, Washington Dc, House, Oakland, Copenhagen, Wood, Marin, Kitchens, Oakland California, Dusseldorf Germany, Architecture & Interiors, Dark Wood, Design Trends, Trend Alert

Psychology Around the Net: August 29, 2020

Before we get on with this week’s Psychology Around the Net, I need to let you know that this will be the last one. Healthline has purchased Psych Central and content production stops August 31, 2020. Dr. John Grohol, Psych Central’s founder and our fearless leader, recently shared his reflections and gratitude. Additionally, many of our talented and knowledgeable contributers have shared goodbye posts, and invitations to follow their new blogs. Now, let’s see what’s new in the world of men...
Tags: Psychology, Fatigue, Happiness, Mood, Burnout, Philadelphia, College Students, Copenhagen, Psychology Around The Net, Institute, Healthline, John Grohol, Anne Helen Petersen, Happiness Research Institute, Pandemic, Meik Wiking

Watch Mercury Rev Cover Galaxie 500’s “Snowstorm”

Galaxie 500's 1997 live album Copenhagen, recorded on the final date of their last European tour in 1990, is being reissued on vinyl for Record Store Day tomorrow. Which means that today is the last day of the 20-20-20 cover series, in which 20 different artists perform covers of their favorite Galaxie 500 … More »
Tags: Music, News, Copenhagen, Mercury Rev, Galaxie 500

Real Estate – “Plastic Bird” (Galaxie 500 Cover)

For the past few weeks, the Guided By Voices/Yoko Ono manager David Newgarden has been presenting a whole series of Galaxie 500 covers from the band's peers and admirers, all leading up to the Record Store Day vinyl reissue of Galaxie 500's live album Copenhagen. Thus far, we've posted Galaxie 500 covers from … More »
Tags: Music, Real Estate, Yoko Ono, Copenhagen, David Newgarden, Galaxie 500

Unity’s IPO numbers look pretty … unreal?

Unity, the company founded in a Copenhagen apartment in 2004, is poised for an initial public offering with numbers that look pretty strong. Even as its main competitor, Epic Games, is in the throes of a very public fight with Apple over the fees the computer giant charges developers who sell applications (including games) on its platform (which has seen Epic’s games get the boot from the App Store), Unity has plowed ahead narrowing its losses and maintaining its hold on over half of the game...
Tags: Apple, Google Play Store, TC, Hollywood, Disney, Tech, Pandora, Computing, Tencent, Nintendo, App-store, Mario Kart, Copenhagen, North Carolina, VentureBeat, Epic Games

Watch Mark Lanegan & Dylan Carlson Cover Galaxie 500’s “Summertime”

This month, dream-pop greats Galaxie 500 are being honored with a series of covers leading up to the vinyl reissue of their live album Copenhagen for Record Store Day. The original idea was to have a big concert at Brooklyn's Rough Trade, but because of the pandemic, artists are instead sharing their performances … More »
Tags: Music, News, Earth, Brooklyn, Copenhagen, Mark Lanegan, Dylan Carlson, Galaxie

Summer Sounds: A Pair of Musicians’ Effortlessly Cool Redone Cape in Westerly, RI (Available on Airbnb)

A laidback place to escape to: That’s what brought musicians and artists Sean Spellman and My Larsdotter from Portland, Oregon; California; and Copenhagen to the small seaside town of Westerly, Rhode Island. “I was touring with my band for many years, and I had decided to leave Portland so that I could roam a little, live on the road for a while, in my van, at friends’, etc.,” Sean wrote to us. He’s in a band called Quiet Life and is a painter and artist (you can spot his minimal, vintage-y work...
Tags: Books, Sweden, California, Portland, Ikea, Airbnb, Portland Oregon, Copenhagen, Caribbean, Salvation Army, New England, Anderson, Vacation Rentals, Benjamin Moore, House Tour, Conde Nast Traveler

Bruun Rasmussen auction including carpets

Bruun Rasmussens next international auction including carpets will take place 16 September 2020 at 2 pm. The auction includes around 30 selected pieces from Persia, Caucasus, India and France. “The highligt of sale is the “Schloss Jägerhof ” Agra palace carpet, several well preserved Caucasian rugs, a fine mint condition Kashan silk souf and a fine weave Brussels tapestry” says Henrik Schleppegrell, Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers. The preview is open for the public 10-14 September 2020 at Bruun Ras...
Tags: France, Auctions, Brussels, Copenhagen, Agra, Caucasus, Kashan, Dusseldorf Germany, Schloss, Bruun Rasmussen, Bruun Rasmussens, Henrik Schleppegrell, North West Persia, Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers Bredgade, Persia Caucasus India, Henrik Schleppegrell Bruun Rasmussen

Restaurants and diners embrace the once-scorned QR code as they accept the new no-touch reality

QR codes are popping up at restaurants around the world as business owners consider new ways to keep diners and employees safe. Acceptance of QR codes has waxed and waned over the years but some tech CEOs think this is the moment for diners and restaurants to embrace them. Tech companies like BentoBox and Thanx have created their own QR code-based systems for restaurants.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. "Order from your phone," the cheerful table card reads. "Open your c...
Tags: America, San Francisco, Trends, Paris, Copenhagen, Bentobox, Noma, Waffle House, Zach Goldstein, Krystle Mobayeni, Mobayeni, Holybelly, Mobyayeni

How a flat hierarchy around the lunch table creates a close company culture

In Denmark, where my company started, flat hierarchies are an intrinsic part of the culture and an essential component of our workplaces. Feeling equal to and supported by your coworkers, across all roles and levels, is essential to a close culture, but especially during a time of uncertainty.  As a global organization, the core values of a flat hierarchy — like transparency and inclusion — are key across our various locations, and it’s important to us that we scale these values as we grow.  We’...
Tags: Startups, Denmark, Copenhagen, Podium, Growth Quarters

Thurston Moore – “Another Day” (Galaxie 500 Cover)

Right now, we're in the midst of a whole series of Galaxie 500 covers. At the end of the month, the great New York dream-pop trio will release a vinyl reissue of their live album Copenhagen for Record Store Day. Galaxie 500 were going to get a big tribute show in Brooklyn to … More »
Tags: Music, New York, News, Brooklyn, Copenhagen, Thurston Moore, Galaxie 500

Labster lands new cash to bring its virtual reality science lab software to Asia

You could Zoom call into your science class, or you could conduct a lab experiment in virtual reality. During the coronavirus pandemic, the latter has never felt more full of potential. The global need for learning solutions beyond Zoom is precisely why Labster, a Copenhagen-based startup that helps individuals engage in STEM lab scenarios using virtual reality, is growing rapidly. Since March, the usage of Labster’s VR product has increased 15X. On the heels of this unprecedented momentum, L...
Tags: Startups, TC, Asia, Education, California, Global, Tech, Atlantic, Shanghai, Virtual Reality, Copenhagen, Balderton, Jensen, Jenny Lee, Michael Jensen, GGV

Secretive Palantir Technologies is preparing to go public. But behind the cloak-and-dagger image, insiders and investors say, it's struggled to build a steady revenue model.

Palantir Technologies, one of the oldest unicorns in Silicon Valley, will face new levels of scrutiny when it finally reveals its financial information ahead of a public listing expected early this fall. The Peter Thiel-backed startup built its reputation as a secret purveyor of government spy technologies, supplying near-magical tools to law enforcement and military clients around the globe. But behind the scenes, Palantir has struggled to build the type of steady, recurring revenue model tha...
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