Outstanding Voices: David Perry's new book is the gay 'Da Vinci Code' - San Francisco Business Times
But he's followed anything but a direct path, with mid-career adventures working on a cruise ship and going "off the grid" in Italy interspersed with his travels through San Francisco's power circles. 1
I came here in 1986 to take a job with San Francisco Opera. 1I was their advertising manager for four years in the box office during the earthquake of 1989. 1
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Senior Trump Organization Official Is Called to Testify Before Grand Jury
As prosecutors ramp up their investigation of Donald J. Trump and his family business, the Manhattan district attorney's office has subpoenaed a senior finance executive at Mr. Trump's company to testify before a state grand jury, according to people with knowledge of the matter. 1
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Why Indian Courts Should Reject Traceability Obligations
The rules require any large social media intermediary that provides messaging "shall enable the identification of the first originator of the information on its computer resource" in response to a court order a decryption request issued under the 2009 Decryption Rules . 1
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Dartmouth medical school drops cheating sanctions against students
"Upon further review and based on new information received from our learning management system provider, I have decided to dismiss all the honor code charges for students who received findings of responsibility and sanctions," Compton wrote in the email obtained by CNN.
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'Raring to go': Australia's ski resorts prepare for a post-pandemic comeback like no other
The ski season has arrived, and anticipation is high after the muted, pandemic-affected season in 2020 and the dumping of snow brought by this week's cold snap in eastern Australia.
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5 questions startups should consider before making their first marketing hire
"Who should my first marketing hire be?"
This is (by far) the most common question I've received since starting as Fuel's CMO, and for good reason.
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