EG Kelsey Moser discusses new position, and NA development: “There are just so many opportunities”.

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Inven Global

With Peter Dun leaving Evil Geniuses — considered by many fans and industry figures to be one of the best coaching minds in the LCS — a lot of members of the community were concerned with what type of direction the organization was taking. However, with the recent announcement that Kelsey Moser would take on Dun’s role as Head of Coaching Staff, the community can assuredly rest easier. Studying the game and working in a variety of industry roles for the better part of a decade, Kelsey has become one of the most seasoned and respected minds in the North American scene. In the last few years, sh… Read More “EG Kelsey Moser discusses new position, and NA development: “There are just so many opportunities”.”

Outsourcing Key Business Functions Can Increase Profit: Here’s How

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ValueWalk

As businesses grow, keeping up with increasing demands can be difficult. That’s why outsourcing key business functions can be such a valuable strategy. By outsourcing tasks that are either too time-consuming or too cumbersome to perform in-house, companies can free up resources to focus on more important tasks. As a result, overall profits may actually increase. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach advisor has been vetted by SmartAsset and is held to a fiduciary standard to act in your best interests. If you’re ready to be matched with local a… Read More “Outsourcing Key Business Functions Can Increase Profit: Here’s How”

Working Smart in the Free Dimension

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CIO

If 2020 was the year of remote work, and 2021 was the year of hybrid work, then 2022 is the year to really make hybrid work, work. In fact, Microsoft’s second Annual Work Trend Index “Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work Work” reveals that employees are calling for a ‘Free Dimensional’ Workplace. The survey explores changes from the collective experience of the last two years that business decision-makers should pay attention to as we are introduced to ‘Free Dimensional’ work, and what was a temporary fix during the pandemic. These include redefining personal productivity, balancing diversit… Read More “Working Smart in the Free Dimension”

In Battle of Aging Forwards, Portugal Proves to Be a Little Out Ahead

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Sports Illustrated

By Jonathan Wilson Portugal and Uruguay both have young talent, but things remain funneled toward strikers on the downswing—for better or worse. LUSAIL, Qatar — It’s been a feature of this World Cup so far how old so many of the center forwards are, from Enner Valancia (33) to Robert Lewandowski (34), Olivier Giroud (36) to the new German hero Niclas Füllkrug, who became the second-oldest German outfield debutant (albeit at just 29) when he came on against Spain. There are exceptions, of course, most notably 23-year-old Kylian Mbappé—although he is not really a striker in the old-fashioned sen… Read More “In Battle of Aging Forwards, Portugal Proves to Be a Little Out Ahead”

Buying a hearing aid over the counter? Read the fine print. | Opinion

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NJ.com

By Thomas A. Powers Currently, an estimated 38 million Americans or more have some degree of hearing loss. The good news is there are additional ways to access hearing aids now that the government has finalized rules allowing adults with self-perceived mild to moderate hearing loss to purchase hearing aids over the counter (OTC). What this means is that we may soon start noticing advertising and related communications letting us know that OTC hearing aids can be purchased online, by mail, and in an array of locations, such as pharmacies, retail stores, and, perhaps, in hearing professionals’ o… Read More “Buying a hearing aid over the counter? Read the fine print. | Opinion”

5 ways to avoid IT purchasing regrets

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CIO

When asked about technology purchase regrets, veteran tech exec Sanjay Macwan digs deep for a classic hyped technology that has yet to pan out: smart glasses. Nearly a decade ago, as the technology was hitting the market, Macwan and his executive colleagues were “hugely interested in leveraging the technology,” he says. So they took a leap, spending on both hardware and software products in their bid to develop augmented reality experiences. But the venture didn’t pan out. “The technology was not mature enough at the same time the business model — how to make money making augmented reality con… Read More “5 ways to avoid IT purchasing regrets”

The Executive Talk by ShareInvestor: Boutique Corp PCL (SET: BC)

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ACN Newswire

BC Driving Growth with Diversification and Synergistic Approach BANGKOK, Nov 28, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – Boutique Corporation PCL (SET: BC) President and Group CEO, Mr. Prabsharan Singh Thakral provided an admirable interview regarding his business strategy after Covid-19, diversification and embracing digital technology is the strategic approach for Boutique Corporation to remain resilient. 1. Against a challenging business environment significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, what’s your view toward the Thai hospitality and commercial industry this year and in 2023? The COVID-19 pande… Read More “The Executive Talk by ShareInvestor: Boutique Corp PCL (SET: BC)”

Wisconsin Landing Luke Fickell Is the Splashiest 2022 Hire to Date

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Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde Badgers leadership broke away from their own comfort zone to break up one of the more happier coach-program marriages in college football. Luke Fickell and Cincinnati were a great marriage, a feel-good story, a nice change of pace from the unchecked greed and naked striving that flourish in college athletics. Fickell was a coach on the rise who turned down high-profile jobs to stay and keep building around a special nucleus of players. Cincinnati was a school on the wrong side of the Power 5 tracks that worked to meet Fickell’s commitment halfway with increased salaries, facilitie… Read More “Wisconsin Landing Luke Fickell Is the Splashiest 2022 Hire to Date”

Yeezy come Yeezy go: Meet the studio offering free Kanye West tattoo removals

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Euronews (English)

Who hasn’t had a tattoo regret, one of those times when you look at your ink and are reminded of a hasty choice that hasn’t aged well? And what if you brazenly decided to get one of your favourite artists tatted as a tribute, and that particular person happens to have a very public and potentially triggering meltdown that only inspires feelings of shame and embarrassment? Quite the predicament… Thank the tattoo gods for London’s NAAMA Studios, a tattoo removal sudio who are not Heartless, who will make you Stronger, and who proudly say that you’re not Bound 2 your Kanye West tattoo. No more so… Read More “Yeezy come Yeezy go: Meet the studio offering free Kanye West tattoo removals”

Should Older Seniors Risk Major Surgery? New Research Offers Guidance

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Kaiser Health News

Nearly 1 in 7 older adults die within a year of undergoing major surgery, according to an important new study that sheds much-needed light on the risks seniors face when having invasive procedures. Especially vulnerable are older patients with probable dementia (33% die within a year) and frailty (28%), as well as those having emergency surgeries (22%). Advanced age also amplifies risk: Patients who were 90 or older were six times as likely to die than those ages 65 to 69. The study in JAMA Surgery, published by researchers at Yale School of Medicine, addresses a notable gap in research: Thoug… Read More “Should Older Seniors Risk Major Surgery? New Research Offers Guidance”