Fund new start-ups from pension pots, IoD urges – BBC News

“People in their 60s now are on the front line of the shifting boundaries between work and retirement,” said Lady Barbara Judge, who chairs the IoD. “The government should consider introducing tax incentives to encourage people to pursue their ideas and invest in training, so that they can continue to have fulfilling working lives beyond…

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Why do 20% of Americans consider their workplace to be an office hell? | Arwa Mahdawi

One in five workers say they face a hostile or threatening environment at work, according to one of the most in-depth studies of its kind. Thats alarming What do you do? Its one of the first questions youre asked when you meet someone new. In a capitalist society, what you do is who you are.…

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Bronn on Entrepreneurship

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A timeline of Donald Trump’s alleged sexual misconduct: who, when and what

At the second debate, Donald Trump denied ever kissing or touching women without consent. But a number of women have come forward to contradict that Several women have come forward in the last 24 hours accusing the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, of sexual misconduct, in multiple incidents spanning the last 30 years. The women spoke…

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‘We’ve shown that we can’: Obama’s last letter to the American people full text

The outgoing US president reflects on the state of the nation after eight years of progress while looking ahead to what can be accomplished in the future A letter from Barack Obama to the American people, written to accompany sharing them with you. And I hope youll share them with others, and do your part…

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These Are The Victims Of The Kalamazoo Shooting

The victims includeSeelye Automotive Kia dealership.The suspected shooter, 45-year-old Here’s what we know so far about the victims. Tyler Smith, 17 Tyler Smith via Facebook Tyler Smithwas a high school senior atMattawan High School in Van Buren County, just west of Kalamazoo County. He and his father, Richard Smith, were looking at carsat a dealership when…

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Queen’s Birthday Honours: Rod Stewart and Tim Peake head list – BBC News

There are CBEs for England cricket captain Alastair Cook, former footballer Alan Shearer and broadcaster Janet Street-Porter, and OBEs for TV presenters Ant and Dec and actor Brian Blessed. Twelve famous faces in Birthday Honours In pictures: Entertainment figures on list Dame Vera Lynn ‘surprised’ by accolade The lists in full ‘Most diverse’ The UK’s…

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Mounir Mahjoubi, the ‘geek’ who saved Macron’s campaign: ‘We knew we were going to be attacked’

The youngest member of Frances new government is a self-taught digital guru from a poor immigrant family. He talks about how his Arab name harmed his CV, working in a call centre and how he foiled the cyber attack that threatened En Marches election hopes At a crowded market in the shadow of towerblocks in…

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Fact-Checking The CNBC Republican Presidential Debate

In the undercard debate, former New York Gov. George Pataki claimed the Iranians, Russians and Chinese hacked the private server Hillary Clinton used as secretary of state and obtained state secrets. Theres no evidence of that. Analysis Ten candidates vied in the main event of the Oct. 28 economy-focused third Republican debate, hosted by CNBC…

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New Natural Hair Mag Seeks To Show Black Women Like The Queens They Are

One new magazine seeks to celebrate all the amazing qualities of every natural, curly-haired black queen.  CRWNMAG is a quarterly, print-first publication that honors the transformative power and beauty of black women’s hair. The magazine released its first print edition in August 2015 and shares supplemental digital content through its website and social platforms. Co-founders Lindsey…

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