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Talking Management Hunter Harrison, former CEO of CN Railway, smiles as he speaks to a colleague prior to a Pershing Square Capital Management town hall meeting for Canadian Pacific Railway shareholders in Toronto, Feb. 6, 2012. Pawel Dwulit/CP
January 23, 2013 Mayfield Plastics has recently announced their participation in the “AMP It Up! Grant, which will introduce science, technology, engineering and math teachers for Grades 7-12 in 10 Blackstone Valley school districts of
Harrison Greene, vice president of growth and development at Mayfield Plastics in Sutton, is scared. Enlarge photo ' But as Mr. Greene looks ahead three or four years, he sees a number of his companys aging workforce retiring and no one coming up the
A former jazz instructor at the University of Manitoba has posted a statement on Facebook about his daughter's death in the Connecticut school shooting. Professional saxophonist Jimmy Greene thanked everyone for supporting his family as they work
Multimedia Laure Joliet for The New York Times Robert Greene, relaxing on a favorite chair in his Los Angeles home, reads hundreds of books in preparation for writing. The 48 Laws of Power, The 33 Strategies of War and Mastery (his latest, out this
The University of Chicago is midway through what it characterizes as a once in a generation community redevelopment effort aimed at revitalizing 53rd Street, a blighted retail district several blocks north of its historic Hyde Park campus here.
Enlarge photo ' Launched in 2004, the site's mission is to make the world more open and connected. There's no doubt Facebook does this in ways never dreamed of, with people who are already friends but also those who have lost contact or never met.
Tampa Bay Times Staff Writer Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene's libel suit against Times Publishing Co., publisher of the Tampa Bay Times, was dismissed by a judge on Monday...He alleged that three articles written by Times reporters that also
Cortland, Macoun and McIntosh are still piled high on the shelves of local apple farms, but what Frank Carlson would love to see hanging from branches of trees at his Harvard orchard are a few SweeTango. The next new thing in apples is supposed to be
Could there be anything less fashionable in this age of new urbanism than a subdivision with two-car garages, porch-less homes, and a winding series of driveways that empty onto streets bereft of sidewalks and people? The new thinking is that we