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Our kids are no longer 'free range'

Phys Dot Org 04 Aug 2022
Australia's overall rates of walking and cycling to and from school since then ... Every street clogged with #traffic as #Australia returns to a well-worn "business as usual" #TrafficCongestion #Traffic #BackToNormal#BusinessAsUsual #auspol pic.twitter.com/bFwijZCwmI— Rachel Smith (@CyclingRSmith) May 21, 2020.
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The ultimate place to stay for cyclists: Inside the Belgian hotel that pays homage to ...

The Daily Mail 03 Aug 2022
Anderson's desire to emulate his heroes by also racing professionally was scotched first by a scholarship - he was the first from his economically-challenged large family to attend university - and then, when his academic prowess became apparent, his career path diverted into a succession of lavishly compensated business school posts.
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Challenges ahead to engage in global value chains

The Saigon Times 10 Jul 2022
macroeconomic stability, low labor costs, unrestricted business environment and an “openness” to the world economy ... This business strategy is spreading globally and changing the thinking of the export theory ... (*) Senior Lecturer in Economics, Deakin Business School, Deakin University, Australia.
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Will a vacation benefit individuals with dementia?

China Daily 07 Jul 2022
It is well-known that there is more to medical treatment than just medicine itself ... Jun Wen is a lecturer in Tourism and Service Marketing at the School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University (ECU), Australia. An award-winning early career researcher, Wen was named among the Top 40 of Australia's early achievers (Rising Stars) in 2020 and 2021. .
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Chill wind sets in on Australia investment

China Daily 05 Jul 2022
Hans Hendrischke, a professor of Chinese business and management at the University of Sydney's business school, said he was surprised by the extent of the decline in Chinese investments in Australia in 2021, from a "comparative perspective".
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Nation's investment in Australia falls sharply

China Daily 04 Jul 2022
Hans Hendrischke, a professor of Chinese business and management at the University of Sydney's business school, said that he was "surprised" by the extent of the decline in Chinese investments in Australia in 2021, from a "comparative perspective" ... Olsson, from the Australia China ...
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Talented and experienced public servant who lost $500k job to politician requests an ON-CAMERA hearing ...

The Daily Mail 03 Jul 2022
Ms West has now left the public service with an undisclosed payout ... In 2013, she won a Westpac 'Women of Influence' Award for business outcomes. Ms West is also listed as a UTS Business School Industry Advisory Board member and a governor for the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia ... Australia's biggest climate pest is ARRESTED for allegedly... .
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What's driving Uber's historic agreement with the TWU on gig work

Beijing News 29 Jun 2022
Uber Australia has struck a historic agreement with the Transport Workers' Union - a statement of principles that re-regulate work in the Australian rideshare and food delivery industry ... Caleb Goods - Senior Lecturer - Management and Organisations, UWA Business School, The University of Western Australia .
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How talented and experienced public servant reacted after she was offered her $500,000 dream job ...

The Daily Mail 29 Jun 2022
Ms West has now left the public service with an undisclosed payout ... In 2013 she won a Westpac 'Women of Influence' Award for business outcomes. Ms West is also listed as a UTS Business School Industry Advisory Board member and a governor for the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia ... Australia's biggest climate pest is ARRESTED for allegedly... .
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Amid COVID Battle, China Pledges to Bolster Economies of 4 Nations, Including Russia

Voa News 25 Jun 2022
Analysts expect the pledges to take time, with no immediate results ... View toward future deals ... Developing countries, including those among the BRICS, can easily turn to Japan, the European Union and other alternatives to China for economic support, said Stuart Orr, School of Business head at Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia ... .
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Bitcoin mining is the process by which Bitcoin transactions are validated digitally on the Bitcoin network and added to the blockchain ledger, May 12, 2021.
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As energy prices soar, the bitcoin miners may find they have struck fool’s gold

The Observer 12 Jun 2022
The Judge Business School in Cambridge, which has been tracking bitcoin mining for years, now finds that the US, with 37.84% of global hashrates, remains the biggest location, followed by China (21.11%), Kazakhstan (13.22%), Canada (6.48%) and Russia (4.66%) ... Just like any ordinary business, in other words.
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Global supply chain crisis fuels push to local manufacturing as China’s appeal dims

The Observer 09 Jun 2022
Flavio Romero Macau, a supply chain expert and associate professor at the School of Business and Law at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia, warned in December that the problems in the supply chain could take another two years to fix and says there is still some way to go thanks to China’s “inevitable” lockdown problems.
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ARCH Venture Partners Announces Promotions and New Appointment

Longview News-Journal 07 Jun 2022
He also supports business development efforts at DA32 Life Science Tech Acquisition Corp ... Thakar is a co-founder of Skylark Bio and serves as its Head of Business Development, and supported ARCH's investment efforts in Ally Therapeutics and One BioMed ... at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
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She left Charlotte for a TV job in New York. Now, the ‘perfect job’ is ...

Independent Tribune 02 Jun 2022
They live in Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, and have two children, according to WCCB. Kooiman, a graduate of Myers Park High School and UNC-Wilmington, began a fitness coaching business, Strong Sexy Mammas, while in Australia ... BOYS HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE ... 1 pop song from the year you graduated high school.

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