Logan DiScanio Putting Wrap on Junior Career with Prolific Scoring

Logan DiScanio has enjoyed uncommon stability in his combined high school and junior hockey careers. Playing for just two teams in the past seven seasons has paid off for the 20-year-old from Troy, New York. DiScanio led the Eastern Hockey League in scoring in the recently completed regular season, his third with the Vermont Lumberjacks. “My first year in Vermont, I didn’t think I was going to be there after that year,” DiScanio said. “But, I really fell in love with the organization and the coach and, with all the guys, it…

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Cyber Work Podcast: Take control of your career with CyberSeek [product walkthrough]

Introduction In this episode of the Cyber Work with Infosec podcast, host Chris Sienko interviews Tim Herbert, vice president of research and market intelligence at CyberSeek, the foremost online cybersecurity career research engine and CompTIA, one of the IT industry’s top certification associations. CyberSeek combines job posting data with localized job market data to create an interactive tool that can map out cybersecurity career paths. This article will explore this podcast episode and present every question asked in detail, laying out Tim’s invaluable insight into this useful cybersecurity online career…

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Research: How to Build Trust with Business Partners from Other Cultures

Trust is the social glue that holds business relationships together. Business partners who trust each other spend less time and energy protecting themselves from being exploited, and both sides achieve better economic outcomes in negotiations. But, how do managers decide whether to trust a potential partner outside of their business? And how does culture influence this decision-making process? To answer these questions, we interviewed 82 managers from 33 different nations in four regions of the world identified by the World Bank as the engines of the global economy: East Asia, the Middle…

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Guruvani: ‘The next generation is impatient with career’

Arun Ram Krishna Verma, director, Gnyanodaya Multipurpose Hg School, Vasai.(HT ) Talking about the challenge he faces as the director of the school, Verma says he says it is his duty to take the students forward to the 22nd Century, for which one needs to be well equipped with latest technologies and trends. He also stresses on the importance for teachers to keep up to date with the changing times and trends in order to teach the students. Talking about the next generation, he says the young ones are impatient…

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Google doesn’t want to let Apple run away with the health-tracking market, but it may be too late

Hardware is increasingly becoming a commodity, where devices with nearly identical features end up competing mainly on price. But for big consumer technology companies like Apple and Google, it’s still important to have a foothold in the wearable devices market because it’s the key way to get information about users on the go, as well as to gather potentially lucrative biometric data about the human body. Apple, with its health-tracking smartwatch, is dominating the market, especially in North America. That has rivals scrambling to catch up. Google parent company Alphabet, which has historically struggled…

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Anyone with Passion to Game Can Have a Gaming Career in India: Ubisoft Pune MD

Game development and designing is not just a growing, viable career in India, but is one that can be pursued by anyone that has enough passion in the field, says Jean-Philippe Pieuchot, managing director of Ubisoft Pune. Speaking to News18 at the sidelines of a closed preview of the soon-to-launch Ghost Recon Breakpoint in the newly opened Ubisoft Mumbai studio, Pieuchot sounded strongly upbeat regarding the potential of the gaming industry in India, and for those who aim to pursue a career in it. “Gaming today is a career anywhere…

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Disruption Starts with Unhappy Customers, Not Technology

For eight years I’ve visited leading companies in more than 20 industries around the world that claimed to be in the process of being disrupted. Each time, I’d ask the executives of these incumbent companies the same question: “What is disrupting your business?” No matter who I talked to, I would always get one of two answers: “Technology X is disrupting our business” or “Startup Y is disrupting our business.” But my latest research and analysis reveals flaws in that thinking. It is customers who are driving the disruption. In…

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James Haskell calls time on stellar career with regrets and a warning

 James Haskell hangs up his boots at Northampton. He was capped 77 times for England during an illustrious career. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images For James Haskell the prospect of life after rugby is terrifying. Having announced he will bring an end to a stellar 17-year career at the end of the season, said a teary goodbye to his Northampton teammates and confirmed that we should not expect to see him on Strictly Come Dancing any time soon, Haskell is daunted by the blank canvas he faces. It is a surprising admission because…

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JSW Group enters paints business with ‘Any Colour, One Price’ USP

The $13 billion Sajjan Jindal-led JSW Group, operating in the core sectors of steel, energy, cement and infrastructure, is entering into paints business in India with JSW Paints. Claimed to be the first Indian conglomorate to enter into the paint business in the country dominated by domestic major Asian Paints, Kolkata-based Berger Paints or Japanese major Nippon, JSW Paints will manufacture and market both industrial coatings as well as decorative paints. In industrial coatings, JSW Paints commences operations with coil coatings and in the decorative paints segment, the company will…

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Hungarian Roma designer fights stereotypes with fashion

Hungarian Roma fashion designer and founder of ‘Romani Design’ Erika Varga looks at her creations at her workshop on March 6, 2019 in Budapest. (AFP/Attila Kisbenedek) Hungarian Roma fashion designer Erika Varga says her label is about stitching together cultural traditions and snipping through stereotypes as much as it’s about dressmaking. “Fashion is a branch of art that interests and connects people, non-Roma and Roma,” the founder of Romani Design said. Often blamed for petty crime, the Roma, Hungary’s largest ethnic minority, face widespread discrimination, poverty and exclusion from mainstream…

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