“I go crazy when women tell me ‘I can’t do it because of the kids’,” says Speedvalue

[ad_1] Tali Shem Tov is the founder, CEO, and co-owner of Speedvalue, a company that helps transfer businesses from the digital sphere to the cloud – and is the only woman who heads an Israeli high tech company that is publicly-traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Speedvalue, (along with its subsidiaries CodeValue and WellDone) …

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P.E.I. fly fishing guide welcomes return of season and ‘being in touch with nature’

[ad_1] Floating on the banks of the Morell River is a fly which, upon close inspection, looks nothing like a fly. But while a human can tell, a trout won’t be able to if Cameron Ross does things right. “You’re imitating the flies that the fish are eating,” said Ross, a fishing guide who’s been …

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Reflective paint illuminates problem area on Apalachee Parkway

[ad_1] Q. Linda brings some promising information to Street Scene. We first published three hazardous nighttime conditions at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and Conner Boulevard last June. Poor street lighting, insufficient left turn green arrow time — south to east, and a concrete median-end (bullnose) being struck by turning vehicles. The intersection continued to …

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Congress calls Rana Kapoor’s M F Hussain painting allegation a political vendetta : The Tribune India

[ad_1] PTI New Delhi, April 24 The Congress on Sunday termed as “political vendetta” the allegation by Yes Bank co-founder Rana Kapoor who has told the Enforcement Directorate that he was “forced” to buy an MF Husain painting from party leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and questioned his and the ED’s credibility. Kapoor has …

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Unpacking the myth of self-esteem: ‘Our relationship with brands is toxic. They tell you to love yourself, but they sell you something unreachable.’ | Society

[ad_1] A collage by Ana Regina Garcia Rosalind Gill, professor of social and cultural analysis in City, University of London, and her colleague Shani Orgad, professor of communication in the London School of Economics and Political Science, have for some time observed that something wasn’t working in the messages that mass media sends to women. …

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