Does success feel outside of your reach? Are you ready to discover if you have a subconscious block to success? Join us Thursday, March 6, 2014 at Noon central time (time zone converter) for a compelling On Purpose Show interview Jenn August, a Success Coach specializing in helping people clear blocks to allowing money to flow […]
NEW YORK U.S. investment fund Carlyle said Monday it would buy the South Korea security unit of building safety and security giant Tyco for $1.93 billion in cash. The Carlyle Group said the deal was the largest private equity buyout, in dollar value, in South Korea…
Ina Feldman’s son told a 911 dispatcher that his mother appeared to have been hit in the head and her home had been ransacked when she was found dead in…
Schaumburg is home to the only Native American owned and operated Art Institution in Illinois: The Trickster Art Gallery. It is more than a gallery of contemporary art (post 1960s). As their vision states, they also provide “first voice cultural education and awareness.” A comprehensive gallery, The Trickster showcases various art disciplines; visual, music, educational […]
Road crews are spreading salt on Charlotte-area bridges and overpasses Monday afternoon and school systems in northern North Carolina are closing early.Click to Continue »
US Department of Labor’s OSHA to co-sponsor DIOSH Day, Illinois workplace safety and health conference in Peoria on March 5, 2014. Peoria, Ill. – Construction safety, combustible dust, fall protection, crane safety, organizational change management and developing a safety culture will be featured topics at the workshops and breakout sessions of this year’s Downstate Illinois [...]
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Last week the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) and the International Trade Administration (ITA) hosted a live stream event commemorating Black History Month.
We brought together successful African American CEOs, who shared their jou…
All that cheering today at the Kansas City Art Institute is for alumnus Paul Briggs, who was part of the team who created “Frozen,” which won on Oscar on Sunday.