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September 27, 2021
Apple made some drastic changes when it launched the new MacBook Air in 2018, but other than the processor and the keyboard, there haven’t been any major improvements since. But if we can believe the latest rumors, that could be changing this year, as Apple prepared to launch a drastic overhaul to its cheapest notebook....
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As the United States moves from a national, analog, industrial economy to a global, digital knowledge economy, American higher education will undergo its second great transformation. During the first, the agrarian, classical college with roots in the Middle Ages, gave way to new forms of higher education demanded by an industrial nation. The nation established...
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A statement of intellectual development is a required part of tenure dossiers at most colleges and universities (Boyce & Aguilera, 2021; Vega & Hengartner, 2021). It’s the most important part of your dossier after your Curriculum Vitae (CV) because it’s the part in which you, the candidate, get to explain the importance of your accomplishments...
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Using a fundraising platform without the right guidance and expertise can have a lot of adverse effects on your philanthropy, but a soggy bottom? Let me explain what I mean. Like many people, I watched a lot of Netflix during quarantine. The Great British Bake Off (GBBO) is one of my favorite things to watch....
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The families of roughly 60 million children received their first installment of the enhanced Child Tax Credit payments on July 15. We’re here to bust some of the common misconceptions surrounding the payments. 1. You can keep these payments. Many families have expressed concern over keeping the money fearing they’ll have to pay it back...
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How can you know when your firm should offer advisory services? Let’s take a look at the different changes you might be experiencing, and how offering advisory services is a great response. Client expectations are changing Clients have ever changing needs. As their needs change, your firm needs to be willing to adapt to do...
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Computer Keyboard With Tax Button. getty New regulations issued under sections 1291, 1297, and 1298 clarify whether a foreign corporation is treated as a passive foreign investment company and whether a U.S. person that indirectly owns stock in a PFIC is treated as a shareholder. Final regs issued January 15 (and corrected March 5 and March 10) retained...
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In an earlier post, IBM industry expert Chris Rospenda talked about how travel and transportation companies are returning to full operation. In part two of our discussion, he discusses what he excites him about the next few years, and offers some winning insight on why failing fast will get you ahead more quickly than striving...
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Europeans and other western nations have dominated automotive excellence for over a century. Whether it is the satisfying thud of the door closing on a Volkswagen from Wolfsburg, or the beauty of a Ferrari from Modena, these brands are iconic – and very lucrative for their manufacturers. When we think of reliability, the Germans, and...
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Home › Articles › EVs meet today’s crash test expectations, but battery concerns linger Hidden residual thermal build-up is a key concern for those crash testing today’s electric vehicles. By Jack Hunsley At a glance, a typical consumer is unlikely to spot much difference between an electric vehicle (EV) and an internal combustion engine (ICE)...
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