Meeting the IT and systemic challenges of acquisitions

Asset transfers can be information and technologically complex, but can be a springboard for innovation, as well as providing expected productivity. The critical path concerns the transfer of the service contract, the safety case, the preparation and the transition of operations. This article highlights the types of transfer, the issues …

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4 lessons in ethical technology we learned during the COVID-19 crisis

The chaos caused by the pandemic has highlighted the need for more resilient systems. Technology used responsibly can be an effective tool for social change. We have learned this from applying our principles of ethical use to pandemic response situations. 2020 has shaken our world in unimaginable ways, forcing us …

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Column: Getting an overview of international students | Chroniclers

Dan Lee When I started teaching at Augustana in 1974, there were very few international students in college – one or two from Sweden, and that was about it. Today, more than 10% of the student body – 11.9%, to be exact – come from other countries. This places Augustana …

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Scottish government considers digital vaccine passports as Boris Johnson insists they won’t be needed for ads

Politics Jean Freeman has confirmed that the Scottish government is considering digital ‘vaccine passports’. Tuesday April 6, 2021, 7:00 a.m. Digital vaccine passports are under consideration The Scottish Health Secretary explained yesterday that work is underway to develop the tools needed for digital vaccine certificates while keeping ethical and equality …

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Issuers stuck between a rock and a difficult place when building thematic ETFs

“ There is a triangular compromise between the purity of a theme, its diversification and its liquidity ” The proposed revamp of the clean energy index by the S&P Dow Jones Indices (SPDJI) has brought to the fore an uncomfortable discussion about thematic ETFs: should we be more worried about …

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Why Warren Buffett and women share the same investment strategies

What does legendary billionaire investor Warren Buffett have in common with women? Mr Buffett and women invest better than the average man, according to LouAnn Lofton’s 2012 book Warren Buffett invests like a girl – And why you should, too. Berkshire Hathaway President and CEO believes in long-term value investing …

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Slow, Ethical Online Fashion Marketplace Celebrates 100 Brands Milestone

4 Reading minutes Urbankissed, a sustainable online marketplace that offers its customers slow and ethical fashion choices across a number of brands, has just added its 100th supplier on board. to take another step forward for the company as well as for the cruelty-free fashion industry as a whole. Founded …

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A ripe digital trade deal for the Indo-Pacific

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai got off to a heavy start in her new role with a wave of appeals to her counterparts around the world. It is noteworthy that in her conversations so far with Asian partners, she has raised digital trade as an area of ​​potential future cooperation. …

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The Finance Burrito Podcast: Personal Finance Unpacked

Better money management is a common goal for many Australians across the country. But between searching for articles on interest rates, watching debt-reduction videos, and downloading budgeting apps, finding an easy-to-understand source of financial knowledge can seem overwhelming. That’s why the Mozo team launched The Finance Burrito Podcast, your one …

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Say no to child labor

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], April 5 (ANI / NewsView): The eradication of child labor in all forms of employment is an important issue in the world and all major importing countries, especially the United States in particular, are sensitive to it. In the list of restricted imports of goods released on …

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