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Photograph: Shutterstock Things were starting to look up for BJ’s Restaurants in November. Same-store sales turned positive and were growing week after week. Staffing levels were up. Dining room sales were creeping closer to pre-pandemic levels. It had restored its full menu after earlier cutbacks. Its late-night business was starting to resemble 2019’s again. Then,...
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Truckers and other motorists had to contend with difficult driving conditions Thursday in several states as snow caused a 100-vehicle pileup in the Midwest and high winds toppled trucks in the South. Authorities said a major pileup occurred on Interstate 39 not far from Peoria. Authorities report the collision began at about 3:15 p.m. Thursday,...
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With parts and labor shortages forcing fleets to extend truck and trailer trade cycles, fleets are ramping up communication and becoming more creative in how they service equipment. No longer is it about getting a unit into the least expensive shop, or even the closest. “It’s who can get us in and get us out,”...
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These lazy scrunchie hairstyles will solve any bad hair day. They’re simple, easy and fast – all my favourite things in hairstyles! So when you’re feeling lazy, or have no time, these hairstyles will still make you feel cute. They’re perfect in day 2 hair, or day 3,4,5… you know exactly what I mean. No...
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Graduate and online enrollment experts will share the latest data and insights at the Summit. For the second year, RNL will host the online Graduate and Online Innovation Summit on February 23, 2022. The goal of this day-long event is to provide attendees with useful and tangible strategies and tactics that they can implement to bring...
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Earlier this week, Apple created some waves in the community by adding strict Unidays verification to its online education store. Now it appears to be reversed course. It’s a strange move. The Unidays process is one used around the world, and it wasn’t surprising that Apple brought it to the US. Under the previous store,...
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Welcome to the new home for Apple Breakfast! If you’re a reader of Macworld’s UK site, you’ll recognize this column that will now appear on Macworld.com every Saturday. If you’re new, this is our weekly collection of all the Apple news you missed this week, in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because...
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2022 promises to be another big year for the Mac, with the second half of the Apple silicon transition bringing a new 27-inch iMac, Mac Pro, and a redesigned MacBook Air. But while we’re excited about the performance gains and new designs, the conclusion of the switch to its own chips is also an opportunity...
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A bit more than 10 years after its introduction, iMessage is suddenly a part of the conversation again. A dubious report in the Wall Street Journal implied that the secret to the iPhone’s success with young people is all about peer pressure, with Android-using teens being cast out of social circles owing to their status...
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Jas Chana, Associate Director of Strategic Communications, WES As 2021 draws to a close, international education in the United States finds itself in a unique situation. Despite the fog of uncertainty introduced by the emergence of new variants of the coronavirus, more and more, bright spots are beginning to emerge. On December 6, World Education...
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