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1 hr ago | Forbes.com

6 Ways To Cut The Costs Of Your Study Abroad Program

When recent Cornell University graduate Evan McElwain, 21, interviewed for his current job at a major financial firm, the first topic of discussion wasn't his expert knowledge of the markets or opinions on quantitative easing.

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Related Topix: Cornell University

4 hrs ago | Business Journal

Hawaii solar firm RevoluSun cuts back significantly on nonprofit giving

Eric Carlson, a principal of Honolulu-based RevoluSun, seen in this file photo, said his company is cutting back on nonprofit giving because of a drop in business due to a slowing of the industry.

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Related Topix: Solar Energy, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Hawaiian Electric Industries

9 hrs ago | KOLN-TV Lincoln

NFB Foundation for Agriculture Creates Tornado Disaster Relief Fund

Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has launched, a Tornado Disaster Relief Fund to provide emergency and residual help to farmers and ranchers in Northeast Nebraska and other areas across the state affected by recent tornadoes.

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Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Nebraska, Nebraska Government

13 hrs ago | ClickOnDetroit

JPMorgan Chase announces Detroit home program

Financial giant JPMorgan Chase and Liberty Bank are starting a program in Detroit to help people finance, repair and restore homes being sold through the city's online auctions.

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Related Topix: Detroit, MI, Banking, JP Morgan Chase , Jefferson Pilot Corporation, Insurance

17 hrs ago | KTAR

APS Foundation awards $1.1 in STEM grants to 9 nonprofit groups

The Challenger Space Center Arizona, located in Peoria, is shown. The museum was awarded more than $50,000 this week by the APS Foundation to expand professional development for its educators.

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21 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press

Bridge of Books founder is named NJ HeroBridge of Books founder is...

First Lady Mary Pat Christie named Bridge of Books Foundation founder and executive director Abby Daly the fourth New Jersey Hero of 2014.

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Related Topix: New Jersey, East Orange, NJ, Orange, NJ, Rumson, NJ

Wed Jul 09, 2014

The Town Talk

Many roads, bridges in rural America in disrepair

Six states have 30% or more of their major rural roads with pavement in poor condition, and in five states, at least one-fifth of rural bridges are structurally deficient, a report released Thursday by a non-profit transportation group says.

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Related Topix: Connecticut, Connecticut Government, West Virginia, West Virginia Government, Virginia, Virginia Government, US Politics, US News, Dave Camp, Republican, US House of Representatives, US Governors, Tom Corbett

Examiner.com

Purpose for Women on Senior Agenda with Lisa Stockdale, Thursday 10am

Thank you to Senior Agenda for the opportunity to connect with the community to raise awareness and funds for our organization online fundraiser ending July 20th.

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Related Topix: Life, Charity , Domestic Violence (Domestic Abuse), Law

The News-Gazette

Director resigns from Downtown Danville post

Downtown Danville Inc. officials announced Wednesday that the organization's executive director, Dana Schaumburg, resigned on Tuesday to take another job.

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ABC News

Clinton Under Fire For Hefty Fees

Hillary Clinton insists that she donates fees for giving speeches at colleges and universities but still has not released documents to back up her claims.

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Related Topix: Hillary Clinton, US Politics, US News, Media, Fox Filmed Entertainment, Bill Clinton, History in the News, Entertainment, Drama, Television

Merced Sun-Star

Secondhand smoke as harmful to pets as people

When she was told he had cancer, she knew to blame her heavy smoking, an addiction she couldn't kick until after her pet died.

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Related Topix: Medicine, Cancer, Smoking, Lymphoma, Brooklyn, NY, New York, NY

800-CEO-READ Blog

Thinker in Residence: John Hope Bryant

John Hope Bryant is today responsible for more than $1.5 billion of private capital supporting low-wealth home ownership, small businesses, entrepreneurship and community development investments through Operation HOPE in under-served communities across the U.S., as well as investments in financial literacy programs and financial dignity education ... (more)

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WTLV

Firehouse Subs joins Operation Orion fundraising efforts

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Firehouse Subs is joining Operation Orion to rally the community to raise funds for the local non-profit, K9s for Warriors.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

Elephant cries after being rescued

The worn down animal was rescued by Wildlife S.O.S. after he was captured in the wild as a calf and kept as a working elephant on the streets of India for most of his life.

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Related Topix: World News, India,

Business Journal

Habitat Buffalo searches for new exec director, volunteers

With more than 250 homes under its belt, Habitat for Humanity Buffalo has plans to double its activity level over the next five years, and it's looking for a new executive director to lead the effort.

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Related Topix: Buffalo, NY, Home, Mortgage, Personal Finance

Journal and Courier

Could you give up Facebook for 99 days?Could you give up Facebook for ...

Could you give up Facebook for 99 days? Facebook users are experimenting with the giant social network by quitting for 99 days.

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Related Topix: Startups, Facebook, Social Software

CBS News

Intel, Samsung team up on Internet of Things

A handful of tech-industry heavyweights including Intel, Broadcom, and Samsung Electronics on Tuesday unveiled a new nonprofit group called the Open Interconnect Consortium, or OIC, with the mission to develop standards and certification for devices involved in the Internet of Things.

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Related Topix: Startups, Wind River Systems

The Star Press

International students flock to U.S. high schools

Che Sun of China listens during math class at Newcomb Central School in Newcomb, N.Y., in Februrary.

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Related Topix: Newcomb, NY, Standardized Testing, Education

The Macon Telegraph

Cancer rate for MN tribal members disproportionate

A recent tribal survey found that 59 percent of Minnesota's American Indians smoke.

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Related Topix: Cancer, Medicine

Silicon Alley Insider

Zuckerberg: My Plan To Bring The Internet To Poor Countries Could Save Children's Lives

Mark Zuckerberg published an essay in the Wall Street Journal on Monday on why he thinks it's so important to bring the internet to the whole planet, particularly the poorest nations.

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Related Topix: Mark Zuckerberg, Startups, Facebook, Social Software, Medicine, Malaria, Health

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