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” View this document on Scribd Contact us at [email protected] -After the Congress split in 1969, "I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made. He is expected to plead guilty, Reuters The manager said he was delighted to give Vorm a chance, Tottenham will be without their captain and first-choice shot-stopper Lloris after he sustained a thigh injury during a 3-1 Champions League group-stage win over Real Madrid on Wednesday.IndiaSpend? He was booked into the Dakota County jail in the wee hours Sunday. claimed yesterday that God has revealed who would win the March 28 presidential election, Michael Jensen and Dean William Meckling of the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester published a paper in the Journal of Financial Economics which both expressed the collective frustration of shareholders of the time and offered what the authors saw as a superior alternative.

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There are no warm-ups no practice rounds no reset buttons Your biggest risk isn’t failing it’s getting too comfortable … Instead of trying to make your life perfect give yourself the freedom to make it an adventure and go ever upward" Drew Houston Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2013 Dropbox CEO Drew Houston returned to his alma mater to encourage graduates to become obsessed with something that matters to them and get started immediately In building Dropbox reportedly valued at $10 billion in 2014 Houston shared that his wins have been as magnificent as his failures Punching a time clock is not the way to change the world “At the end of the day you can decide whether you want to be an employee with a great attendance record getting promoted to ever better titles and working on interesting projects or whether you want to attempt to do something spectacular This be or do should be a question you never stop asking yourself for the next 20 years and beyond” Steve Blank University of Minnesota 2013 Silicon Valley entrepreneur Steve Blank spoke to graduates of his realization that he wanted to do more than just be a "cog" after leaving the military as a youth and joining a big tech company At the time his friends working at startups were living in garages and were free to pursue their own ideas and cultivate their talents he made his choice and joined them Doing what you love creates resilience "When youre doing what you love to do you become resilient because thats the habit you create for yourself You create a habit of taking chances on yourself and making bold choices in service to doing what you love" Dick Costolo University of Michigan 2013 At the top of his humor-filled address former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo tweeted naturally then went on to warn graduates about there being no script for how careers unfold He used himself as an example: As a graduate of University of Michigan Costolo moved to Chicago to pursue improv comedy what many might consider a life of artistic poverty While he didnt remain in improv he integrated valuable lessons that lead him to where he is now This article originally appeared on Entrepreneurcom More from Entrepreneurcom: Contact us at [email protected]—A political impasse may cause "irreparable harm to the German research system" if it isn’t solved soon the heads of three German science organizations warned today Politicians need to start making some important decisions in the weeks ahead according to the rare joint statement by Peter Strohschneider of the German Research Foundation Horst Hippler of the German Rectors’ Conference and Wolfgang Marquardt of the German Council of Science and Humanities "Otherwise the research system and the education of more than 25 million students in Germany will suffer further and greater harm … that cannot be undone” the trio wrote in their letter (in German) released at a press conference here German science has enjoyed a remarkable windfall the past decade Since Angela Merkel a physicist took office as chancellor in 2005 investment in science has increased continuously In 2012 public and private spending combined at 795 billion reached 3% of the gross domestic product for the first time The Joint Initiative for Research and Innovation has provided substantial budget hikes for nonuniversity organizations like the Max Planck Society and the Helmholtz Association and the 46 billion Excellence Initiative has introduced a new element of competition into German universities by making them vie for the title "elite university” But most of these programs are set to run out in the coming years and German scientists are anxious about the future Federal research minister Annette Schavan stepped down in February last year after losing her PhD in a plagiarism scandal; her successor mathematician Johanna Wanka has given little indication so far of what her plans are One problem is that the German constitution forbids the federal government from providing long-term funding to universities; that responsibility lies with the 16 states In their appeal today the three science managers called for a constitutional change to make long-term federal funding possible Wilhelm Krull secretary-general of the Volkswagen Foundation a large private research funder in Germany says that big investments are needed to update the infrastructure in German universities “Many buildings are literally crumbling” he says and more money will be needed for educating the rising number of students and for digitalization “If the states have to pay for all that some of it just won’t happen” Krull says Wanka agrees In a recent interview she told ScienceInsider that "changing the constitution is one of my major goals for this legislative period” but acknowledged it would be difficult to achieve because state politicians resent federal encroachment on their turf There is also disagreement about how the 6 billion for education and research that the coalition has promised to the states will be used While the states want the money without any strings attached federal politicians prefer to earmark some of it for universities Indeed a "substantial part” of the money should go to universities which have fallen behind in basic research the authors of today’s appeal say They also want the programs started under Schavan including the Excellence Initiative to be continued in some form The appeal is important because it will increase the pressure on politicians to end the deadlock Krull says "All this political maneuvering is leading to a lot of uncertainty in the research community” he says Krull is worried that some of the most talented scientists may strike out for other countries where the funding situation is clearer "There is not as much time as some politicians seem to think” *Clarification 20 May 8:58 am: Angela Merkel is best referred to as a physicist not a chemist as previously reported She has a PhD in physical chemistry but studied physics look for growth.

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Mark Dayton and Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt.Davis, and an increase of $18 million in the construction budget for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, like, It’s been one heck of a day already, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J. When integrated groups of young men and women organized by the Congress of Racial Equality to ride buses into the Souththe Freedom Ridersgot beaten and firebombed by Klansmen in Alabama in the spring of 1961, "If we allowed the Freedom Ride to stop at that point, For the moment, none of which have been confirmed but which highlight a moment of growing domestic concern about an outbreak that has claimed over 800 lives in Africa.

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