Allergy-friendly brand Partake Foods raises $11.5 million to scale its business and make snacking ‘worry-free’

Since its launch in 2016, Partake has raised $19 million with founder and CEO Denise Woodard as the first black woman to publicly raise more than $1 million for a CPG food startup, according to the company. The funding round was led by a diverse group of investors supporting Black, Brown and female leadership, including … Read more

Southwest Florida journalists aren’t just covering Hurricane Ian. They are living it.

Covering a monster hurricane with catastrophic winds and life-threatening storm surge is challenging, stressful and terrifying for any journalist. Now imagine covering that story while worrying if that same storm is going to blow over. its home and danger its family. That’s what reporters in Florida, especially near where powerful Hurricane Ian made landfall, went … Read more

How my MBA helped me go from a career at IBM to a manager at the world’s leading brewery

Many MBA candidates are drawn into the bright lights of business school in hopes of changing industries or accessing a career they could only dream of before. Bernardo Aramburu, an MBA graduate from the IPADE Business School, has achieved it. Leveraging his MBA in Mexico, he has successfully made the career change from a financial … Read more

Who is Myiesha “Mye” Griffin? Meet the main charter guest of Below Deck Mediterranean Season 7 Episode 13

The sixth letter of Below the Mediterranean deck Season 7 is all set to come in the next episode. A group of seven women will board the ship as guests and make some interesting requests. in a preview of Below the Mediterranean deck In Season 7 Episode 13, Captain Sandy Yawn was seen discussing the … Read more

Great opportunity for investors in the menstrual cup market | Industry, Revenue Growth Trends, Company Strategy and Forecast

According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, “Menstrual Cup Market By Product Type, Material, and Distribution Channel: Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2019-2026“The global menstrual cup market generated $632 million in 2018 and is expected to reach $963 million by 2026, registering a CAGR of 5.3% from 2019 to 2026. The … Read more

Celebrating a decade of innovation

Tuesday, October 4, 2022, 10:42Press release: Company-X Company-X co-founder and CEO Jeremy Hughes was invited to a national conference to present technical advice on how to help the transportation industry make more evidence-based decisions. Hughes will share information on the industry’s seven-year Asset Management Data Standard (AMDS) migration project at the Institute of Public Works … Read more

Oxford Industries (NYSE: OXM) trades down 2.9% after insider selling

Stock of Oxford Industries, Inc. (NYSE:OXM – get rating) traded down 2.9% during midday trading on Monday following insider selling activity. The company was trading as low as $86.60 and last time traded at $87.22. 2,574 shares were hand-traded during trading, a 99% decrease from the average session volume of 216,719 shares. The stock had … Read more

IT Leadership Remains White and Male with Static Inclusion Improving, Business of Tech Podcast’s Quarterly Diversity Report Reveals

WASHINGTON, October 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — the technology businessthe YouTube podcast and show created by technology services expert and analyst Dave Sobel to monitor key IT industry trends, today releases data from its quarterly diversity survey, which paints a clearer picture of people in leadership roles at more than 300 IT services companies. The 2022 … Read more

Forge FC’s Spark Summit aims to promote women in sport

There are more women than men in Canada, but anyone who thinks sport reflects that should buy a new mirror. Things may have improved in recent years, dramatically, in some areas, but sport in Canada, as elsewhere, is clearly still a man’s world, especially in positions of power and influence in the executive suites. of … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 3: Hurricanes, SCOTUS, Brazil, United Airlines, Food Recall

CNN — In 2022, it’s not uncommon to be surrounded by gadgets that can turn on your lights, remind you of an appointment, or track your sleep. But how far is too far? Some tech experts say Amazon’s new list of updates shows just how prevalent surveillance products are in every corner of our homes … Read more

Learnings from being a chief AI architect

India Analytics Magazine interacted with Sripriya Venkatesanchief architect of get it who gave us a deep insight into the current trends of cloud and AI applications and their implementation across industries. With over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, Sripriya has worked for key Fortune 20 clients globally in both large offerings/solutions and … Read more

AWS Girls Tech Day Inspires More Than 300 Prince William County Girls and Young Women

Provided by AWS According to the Pew Research Center, women make up a quarter or less of workers in computer science and engineering. Amazon Web Services (AWS) Girls’ Tech Day is helping to change that. On Saturday, October 1, AWS brought together more than 300 girls and young women from Prince William County and across … Read more

Saudi crown prince shifts at high speed on multiple fronts – Analysis – Eurasia Review

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is speed dating and playing simultaneously on multiple diplomatic, religious and economic chessboards. The last feather on his crown, his appointment as Prime Minister, is intended to ensure that he can continue to do so with as little collateral damage as possible. The appointment shields him from legal proceedings … Read more

High Court of India – The Island

‘Such events are as irrelevant as a nervous government. keep avoiding electorate’ By Shamindra Fernando The main opposition whip, Lakshman Kirirella, MP, has said that the Wickremesinghe-Rajapaksha government should hold Local Government (LG) elections without further delay. Samagi heavyweight Jana Balavegala (SJB) questioned the logic behind spending public funds on a local government conference in … Read more