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- Entrepreneur Network partner Jessica Abo spoke with actor Forest Whitaker about his involvement with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals campaign.
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- Max Fishko puts on art shows all across the country. He's learned a lot about getting large events off the ground, despite the dizzying number of moving parts involved.
- Despite a growing focus on workplace gender equality, women still face some unique challenges. Here's what female professionals need to know about leadership.
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- via HSMN NewsFeedWALTHAM, Mass., Oct. 21, 2016 -- (Healthcare Sales & Marketing Network)-- Alere Inc. (ALR) (the "Company"), a global leader in rapid diagnostic tests, today announced that its shareholders have voted to approve the previously announced merger w...Diagnostics, Mergers & Acquisitions
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- Extroverts can be a positive or negative influence in the workplace, depending on how much their co-workers are in agreement.
- <p>Last week we welcomed 30 private brands professionals to Washington, DC for the second <a href="http://www.fmi.org/forms/meeting/Microsite/FMIPBSummit2016">Private Brands DC Summit</a>. The group enjoyed discussing different legislative and regulatory issues facing the private brands business and an evening reception at the Canadian Embassy, where the photo below was taken. <br />
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