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Return on Mission: Is Your Organization Ready to Replace MIP? Is it time to transition your organization’s accounting software? It’s challenging to navigate today’s dynamic environment with technology that was designed pre-internet. With increased oversight, competition for funding, and expanding compliance requirements, your organization should be leveraging the modern technology available today. Do you find

A total of 515 students have met the qualifications to be recognized, validating a semester of hard work and dedication.

Instead of addressing causes through philanthropy, a new generation of founders is baking social good into the very fabric of their businesses.

Globalization 4.0 is the theme of Davos 2019 - but what were the three earlier waves of global trade?

Despite the UK's impending exit from the European Union, London shows no sign of relinquishing its hold over the rest of the world.

The 'circular economy' may have been coined in the 1980s, but its central tenets, from repairing to repurposing, are certainly not new.

From dropping the cost of renewable energy, to speeding up the electrification of home heating systems, McKinsey has identified eight ways to significantly decrease our reliance on fossil fuels by 2050.

These three companies show why Africa provides the most fertile ground for innovation. It is where problems are most deeply felt, and are also big enough to motivate investment.

By 2030, sales of electric scooters are expected to pass two million a year.

Good design is user-centred and inclusive by definition - and it can open up the world to everyone, as these innovative examples show.

Newman University has awarded its most distinguished scholarship to five high school seniors. The students were selected from among 23 candidates who

Berkshire Schools Board of Education is seeking to fill a board vacancy. Member Robin Stanley has resigned effective immediately for personal reasons. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest by Feb. 1, 2019 to: Berkshire Board of Education, Attention: Beth McCaffrey, Treasurer, P.O. Box 364, Burton, OH 44021.

It would be a big step forward to have a turnkey facility with public space for offices and meeting areas, where we could have indoor community events, but that may be chasing rainbows. – Glen Quigley

The burden is often on the manufacturer to create the nutritional labels for the food they produce, however, manually creating these labels can result in some unwanted consequences. Since the FDA has labeling requirements, there can be some hefty fines related to mislabeling issues, as well as operational costs to fix the errors. In fact,

What to Do If Your House Is Slow to Sell
If you recently put your home on the market, you want it to sell quickly. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. When a house is slow to sell, it’s usually because of one of three things: price, appearance or marketing strategy
You need to set a reasonable price for your house. When determining an asking price, consider what comparable homes in the area were sold for recently, which may be less than the…

Running a nonprofit organization can be a challenge. There are day to day operational issues such as managing cash, providing your management team with financial visibility, and helping your organization stick to its budget. There are also unique challenges ranging from dealing with strict accounting requirements to reporting sources and uses of funds. Cloud accounting

As governments retreat from global commitments, the private sector and NGOs have to step up. Here's how they can do it.

The Newman University Athletic Hall of Fame 2019 class includes Dana and Larry Fugate, Laryssa Ferreira Booth, the 2006 men's cross country team, Kent Boomsma and Billy Murphy.

A new year brought a different board member to the helm of the West Geauga Schools Board of Education.