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Stock Market Steadies After Rout

This article from Wall Street Jorunal produced by Frances Yoon and Anna Hirtenstein

U.S. stocks rose Wednesday, a day after surging energy prices and rising bond yields triggered the biggest rout on Wall Street in months.

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Disney Prepares Sports Betting Push

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Disney CEO Bob Chapek said that the organization will be more ‘aggressive’ in sports betting, namely through its ESPN property.
ESPN may license its name to another sportsbook.

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NFL Wants Apple to Broadcast Its Sunday Ticket Package in ’23, According to Report

This Article from www.sporttechie.com is written by Tom Friend

DirecTV’s deal with the league  expires following the 2022 season, but its parent company, AT&T, is not expected to renew with the price reportedly to rise from $1.5 billion to $2 …

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Taking an Interdisciplinary Approach to Environmental Science

This Article from www.edutopia.org is written by  James FesterJorge Valenzuela

Teachers in any content area can use project-based learning to explore environmental concerns with their students.

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Report Spotlights Public Opinion on the Value of a College Education

This Article from www.higheredjobs.com is written by Lois Elfman

A research brief from the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) compares employer and public views about the return on investment in a college …

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IS THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYERS, STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR VIRTUAL CAREER FAIRS DECLINING?

In this Nace article, Soulyka Agana-Woodbine, director of Career Development and Preparation, Trinity Washington University, discusses the decrease of employer registrations for career fairs as well as the rapid decline in student participation. 

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Low oxygen levels are pushing fish into shallower waters, with potentially devastating impacts for fisheries and ecosystems

This article is from Science Daily produced by University of California – Santa Barbara

Fish can drown. While it may not seem like it, fish do require oxygen to breathe; it’s just that they get what they need from the …

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Climate change threatens base of polar oceans’ bountiful food webs

This article is from Science Daily produced by DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Original written by Alison F. Takemura. Note: Content may be edited for style and length.

The cold polar oceans give rise to some of the largest food webs …

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Most of $9.2 Billion in Questionable Medicare Payments Went to 20 Insurers, Federal Investigators Say

This article from Wall Street Jorunal produced by Anna Wilde Mathews

Medicare insurers drew $9.2 billion in federal payments in one year through controversial billing practices, with 20 companies benefiting disproportionately and together accounting for more than half of the …

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U.S. Stock Futures Rise as Fears Over Evergrande Ebb

This article from Wall Street Jorunal produced by Caitlin Ostroff

U.S. stock futures rose as concerns over giant property developer China Evergrande Group eased somewhat and investors awaited an update from the Federal Reserve on its plans to dial back …

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