Olympic medalist shares at UNG event how sports, civil rights intersect
In 1968, Tommie Smith won an Olympic gold medal in the 200-meter dash in Mexico City. Standing on the platform, wearing his new medal, he and fellow American athlete John Carlos raised their fists in the Black Power salute. Smith told University of North Georgia students Monday, Feb. 18, that fighting ignorance is not a lost cause, and there is still work to be done.
Anheuser-Busch InBev to Acquire 10 Barrel Brewing
10 Barrel Brewing, a craft beer company based in Bend, Ore., today announced it has agreed to be acquired by Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest beer manufacturer. Official terms of the deal were not disclosed. It’s Anheuser-Busch’s second craft acquisition this year — it purchased New York’s Blue Point Brewing in February — and reflects the beer giant’s growing interest in the craft segment.
UN names Israel as world’s top human rights violator
According to the United Nations, the most evil country in the world today is Israel. On March 24, 2016, the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) wrapped up its annual meeting in New York by condemning only one country for violating women’s rights anywhere on the planet – Israel, for violating the
Tyler Names New CEO, Reveals How Much It Paid to Acquire Socrata
The outgoing CEO, who will lead the company's board of directors, made a bundle on stock options as he made the change.
Stormont-Vail rated among top 50 hospitals for cardiovascular care
Topeka's Stormont-Vail HealthCare has been named one of the nation's top 50 hospitals for cardiovascular care in a survey by Truven Health
Art of the Meeting: 7 Tips for the Perfect Vail Event
From an industry trade show to wildflower Vail weddings, the Antlers at Vail prides itself on its personalized – and personal – service. Here are a few tips for meeting planners when booking a Vail event.
Director says Topeka should discuss privatizing city's zoo
The Topeka Zoo's director says city officials should discuss turning its operations over to a private, nonprofit group.
Stormont Vail achieves top nursing designation for third time
In a noisy show of pride and joy — including beach balls flying over the crowd and kazoos competing with laughter — nearly 300 Stormont Vail
How to Acquire a Company in 5 Easy Steps (Infographic)
A veteran entrepreneur who just went through the process explains how to find your target and close the deal.
How Naming Rights Can Go Wrong
Donate lots of money, get your name on a building. It sounds like it should be straightforward, but there are plenty of ways for things to take an unexpected turn. A clear, detailed legal agreement is the best way to make sure they don't.
Turner, Univision acquire Champions League rights for reported $100 million
Should Topeka Celebrate Halloween On The Last Saturday Of October?
Is That a Sign of Depression? How to Spot Depression in Family Members of All Ages
The signs of depression can be a little different for people in different age groups. When you’re caring for children and aging parents, what signs should you be on the lookout for?
Vail Holidays Event Calendar & Guide
Welcome to the Vail Holidays online event calendar and guide! Your official resource for all holiday events in the Town of Vail from Dec 5th thru Dec 31st.
Ask the Grief Counselor: Topeka event highlights profound effects of loss
A series of personal losses redirected the path of clinical social worker Phelica Glass, who found her passion and focus in helping clients with grief.
Google Cloud is acquiring a research startup founded by some of the top names in DevOps
Google Cloud is acquiring DevOps Research and Assessment, a research startup founded by some of the top names in DevOps research.
Marin County Human Rights Commission names 10 honorees for awards event
Ten people will be honored as humanitarians by Marin’s Human Rights Commission at the county’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on Jan. 22.The commission’s humanitarian awards dinner will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Topeka still has work to do after 100 days
Kansas legislators have drafted a new proposal for fixing the state budget that includes both income tax increases and hikes in other taxes.
Two FCPS students discover asteroids and have earn rights to name them
Two students in this year's Frederick County Public Schools Asteroid Hunters Program discovered asteroids and now have the right to name them.
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