Ohio Commissioners Expected To Join Broadband Project With Hancock, Brooke Counties | News, Sports, Jobs

Ohio Commissioners Expected To Join Broadband Project With Hancock, Brooke Counties |  News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Joselyn King Ohio County Commissioner Don Nickerson, left, Commission President Randy Wharton, and Commissioner Zack Abraham listen to discussion at a past meeting. WHEELING β€” Ohio County commissioners are expected to sign a deal tonight that begins an almost $7 million project to expand broadband to 436 homes in the county. The project … Read more

How DEI Firms Replicate The Same Biases They Are Seeking To Dismantle

How DEI Firms Replicate The Same Biases They Are Seeking To Dismantle

Within a space that was erected to dismantle inequities, the very same systems recreate themselves getty Since 2020, there has been an unprecedented level of interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). DEI is not a new industry; Diversity education has been around for decades, but the term β€œDEI” is a newer acronym. The rise … Read more

LanzaJet Secures $50M from Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund

LanzaJet Secures M from Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund

LanzaJet, a sustainable fuels technology company recently partnered with Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund to enable the transition towards net-zero sustainable fuels. The company announced it has secured financing for its Freedom Pines Fuels plant in Georgia, through the Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund. The Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund made a $50M investment to support the construction … Read more

Cybersecurity trends for 2022: ransomware, security as a service, zero trust

Cybersecurity trends for 2022: ransomware, security as a service, zero trust

The cyber security profile for organizations has never been higher. Some of the more visible trends revolve around ransomware, security-as-a-service, and mistrust. Ransomware Rise Ransomware attacks are increasing exponentially. The European Union’s cybersecurity agency has indicated a 150 percent increase in ransomware in 2021 and expects this trend to continue in 2022. Notable victims include … Read more

Break Out to Open Innovation

Break Out to Open Innovation

Already a member? Sign in Not a member? Sign up today Member Free 5 free articles per month, $6.95/article thereafter, free newsletter. Subscribe $75/Year Unlimited digital content, quarterly magazine, free newsletter, entire archive. Sign me up Image courtesy of Daniel Garcia/theispot.com Mercedes-Benz AG produces over 2 million passenger cars annually for a global market in … Read more

Five steps to keep innovation part of your core business

Five steps to keep innovation part of your core business

Detached from the core. A clash of cultures. Not invented here. Gambling with hard-earned capital. Hype and fads. non-core. A distraction. These are accusations all too easily levelled at innovation endeavors, be it by change-fatigued employees, quarter-focused investors or weary executives. Facing down scepticism takes more than a healthy dose of conviction and resilience. Creating … Read more

Exempting CSR funds for education, healthcare to boost inflows to non-profits

Exempting CSR funds for education, healthcare to boost inflows to non-profits

Union Budget 2022-23: Reduction in compliance burden will help NGOs, companies to focus on real issues Indian Union Budget 2022: As we head towards the budget announcement for 2022-23, economic indicators show that the country is bouncing back after its GDP plunged into multi-year lows, compounded by the pandemic. Estimated to grow at over 9 … Read more

Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create Food Science 2-plus-2 Programs

Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create Food Science 2-plus-2 Programs

The U of Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences and the U of A Community College in Morrilton have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for students majoring in Food Science. Bumpers College, its Department of Food Science, and UACCM have created a 2+2 transfer degree program with two concentration options. UACCM students … Read more