Delay in MU results affects admissions in Pune: Few applications in some departments, too many in others

The delay in the declaration of results by the Mumbai University (MU) is affecting admissions in Pune, especially in post graduation courses. In some departments at the Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), the number of applications from students are low, while in several affiliated colleges, the situation is completely different. At SPPU’s Hindi department, which […]

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Renewable Energy Is Getting Cheaper in Many Countries (Watch)

Solar Energy Is Now Cheaper Than Fossil Fuels ‘Rogue One’ Hogs ‘Sing’s’ Spotlight When Worlds Collide: Seattle Colleges Host Homeless Camps Police Want To Use Virtual Assistant Data In Criminal Cases Think renewable energy is too expensive for your business? Think again. The World Economic Forum estimates that renewable energy like solar and wind are […]

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Why Do So Many Women-Owned Businesses Struggle to Make It to $1 Million?

Bloomberg Businessweek recently featured a fascinating interview with Nell Merlino, the founder of Make Mine a Million. The program, which Merlino founded in 2005, had a goal of helping 1 million women-owned businesses reach 1 million in sales by 2010. Merlino didn’t achieve that goal, but she’s looking at the positive side:“We’ve raised $10 million […]

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SmartBrief Provides Business News for Many Industries

SmartBrief is a digital B2B media company that provides timely, relevant news to nearly six million industry executives, thought leaders and business professionals across a range of industries via email newsletters, a mobile app and website. It’s content from which small businesses can benefit, too. SmartBrief’s Origins SmartBrief was founded in 1999 by Rick Stamberger, […]

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