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Top Trends, New Venue and Format – Join Us At DISHED 2020

Top Trends, New Venue and Format - Join Us At DISHED 2020

Join culinary professionals from across North America for the third installment of DISHED. Sizzling topics layered with dynamic speakers and a fresh, new venue will make this event an incredible experience. Network with C-Suite executives, culinary executives, front office staff, regional operations and others including front-line staff at this exciting …

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Rice should lead in maternity leave policy

Rice should lead in maternity leave policy

By Thresher Editorial Board     11/5/19 10:23pm Rice has upheld vastly unequal maternity leave standards for its staff members and tenure-track professors for over 20 years. While tenure-track professors are able to take a semester off at full pay, staff members are offered only up to five or seven weeks …

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GM suppliers face lingering revenue fallout from strike

GM suppliers face lingering revenue fallout from strike

NEW YORK — Cars soon will start rolling off General Motors’ factory floors after a monthlong shutdown, but the pain will linger for some of the carmaker’s key suppliers. American Axle Manufacturing, Lear and other car parts suppliers rely heavily on General Motors for revenue. The companies all suffered varying …

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The More Cocaine is Intercepted, the More Traffic There Is

The More Cocaine is Intercepted, the More Traffic There Is

Post sponsored by www.teachingcareer.ca  The Job Site with Daily Job Posts   The antidrug operations provoke the adaptation of the ‘narcos’ and the geographical dispersion of the routes. The US has been at war for at least 50 years against drug trafficking. A fight that, despite all the resources he …

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Best Things to See and Do in Costa Rica

Best Things to See and Do in Costa Rica

Costa Rica gave the world the zip-line canopy tour, a contraption that lets you glide from tree to tree, courtesy of a series of cables, a helmet, and a secure harness. While such operations are found around the world these days, they remain, arguably, Costa Rica’s signature tourist activity, with …

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The Bahamas, a Regional Partner to Counter Illicit Networks

The Bahamas, a Regional Partner to Counter Illicit Networks

Commodore Tellis Bethel, chief of Defence Staff of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF), recognizes the importance of providing security and stability in his country. Thousands of tourists flock yearly to the crystal, white sand and blue waters of the country’s tropical beaches, but the country also serves as a …

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