Why Dorries and Dowden have been awarded top jobs in the reshuffle
As a practical result of the cabinet reshuffle, Britain will soon have to get much more used to the voices of two previously relatively low-key politicians - the former secretary of state for culture, media and sport, Oliver Dowden, and his surprising successor, Nadine Dorries, whose announcement was an unusually well-kept secret in this notoriously leaky administration.
All Classical Portland's Suzanne Nance on building a radio powerhouse - Portland Business Journal
Suzanne Nance arrived at Syracuse University with the hope of building a career as a singer.
"I wanted to be on stage," she said.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says voters were right to retain Newsom, calls GOP field 'disastrous'
Arnold Schwarzenegger, who became California's governor in 2003 after a recall, said he was relieved that Gavin Newsom kept his job.
Atlanta's sundry startups join in global VC funding boom
Mailchimp is selling itself to Intuit in a transaction valued at $12 billion.
Only one week until TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 opens a world of opportunity
Just seven days until more than 10,000 people around the world storm the internet to attend TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 on September 21-23.
Orchard Raises $100M in Series D Round, Valuing Company at $1B-Plus
Orchard's IPO is off the table - for now.
Michael Gove receives 100,000 donation from London property mogul
Cabinet Office minister and Tory MP Michael Gove has recently accepted £100,000 in donations from a British-German property magnate.
Epic BottleRock Napa Valley for 2021! - San Francisco Bay Times
By Liam P. Mayclem-
The BottleRock Napa Valley festival brought music, food & wine, and good vibes under blue skies and sunshine over Labor Day weekend.
Cheeterz Club wants to make reading glasses hip
Can reading glasses actually be cool? A new eyewear company called Cheeterz Club thinks so.