In case you missed the annual meeting-of-the-minds mega-conference this spring, don't worry, I've got your back. Here's the best advice I got there. Kara Goldin Published 5:05 pm EDT, Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Hamdi Ulukaya Hamdi Ulukaya Photo: Hamdi Ulukaya | Twitter Photo: Hamdi Ulukaya | Twitter Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Hamdi Ulukaya Hamdi Ulukaya Photo: Hamdi Ulukaya | Twitter My Top 4 Takeaways From This Year's Annual TED Conference 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Whenever the annual TED Conference rolls around, I always make sure to budget time and money to attend. You’re probably familiar with TED Talks from streaming them online, but TED’s main conference … [Read more...] about My Top 4 Takeaways From This Year’s Annual TED Conference
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Updated 3:01 am PST, Thursday, February 21, 2019 FILE - In this file photo dated Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008, A tugboat passes a container ship docked at APM Terminals in Elizabeth, N.J. U.S.A. APM Terminals is owned by A.P. Moller-Maersk Group of Netherlands. Shares in the world’s biggest shipping company, Denmark’s A.P. Moller-Maersk, plunged Thursday Feb. 21, 2019, after it warned of the commercial damage it would suffer from a U.S. escalation in the trade war with China. less FILE - In this file photo dated Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008, A tugboat passes a container ship docked at APM Terminals in Elizabeth, N.J. U.S.A. APM Terminals is owned by A.P. Moller-Maersk Group of Netherlands. ... more Photo: Mark Lennihan, AP Photo: Mark Lennihan, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close … [Read more...] about Shares in world’s top shipping firm sink on US tariffs risk
Enquirer staff report Published 6:45 AM EST Nov 11, 2018 The Cincinnati region's largest privately-held companies range from local food icons to construction companies to manufacturers of industrial equipment. Here they are, ranked by 2017 revenues. 1. Total Quality Logistics 2017 rank: 1 Years in 100: 15 Business: Freight brokerage www.tql.com Revenues 2017: $2.9 billion 2016: $2.3 billion Headquarters Union Township Year founded 1997 Family owned? in part Employees 4,076 Top executive Ken Oaks MORE: Which 12 companies have on Deloitte list all 35 years? MORE: Watch for these Rising Stars in local business MORE: Hiring remains challenge for local firms, Deloitte Cincinnati partner says 2. Castellini Co. 2017 rank: 2 Years in 100: 19 Business: Wholesale produce distribution, processing, repackaging and logistics www.castellinicompany.com … [Read more...] about Deloitte Cincinnati 100: Who’s on list of region’s top private firms?
It’s beginning to look a lot like Scenario Season.The tangled web of what ifs reached the point where the ESPN crew announcing the standings debated Alabama's candidacy in the case of an SEC title game loss. (The Crimson Tide remains top-ranked if there were any questions).This is all interesting for a few reasons and the CFP's brief history presents a roadmap. The second round of standings had at least one team who didn't make the final bracket each of first four years under this format. So, who gets bumped if that trend holds?It's possible for this four to hold firm because there are no potential meetings involving Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame or Michigan. That was also that case in 2016, thought No. 5 Ohio State took out third-ranked Michigan to snatch that semifinal spot. It was also the scenario in 2015 when Michigan State came from the furthest behind to grab a playoff bid. The Spartans were No. 13 this time that year before beating No. 3 Ohio State and eventually winning … [Read more...] about CFP history says someone in top 4 will lose. How does it impact Alabama?
Texas has been ground zero for BigLaw expansion for the last few years, and that growing trend is reflected in lawyer counts on Texas Lawyer’s Texas 100, which reports on the 100 firms with the most lawyers in Texas in 2017. Several of the out-of-state firms with Texas offices were among the fastest growing in the Lone Star State in 2017. Separately, a number of mid-sized Texas firms are also posting robust growth, presumably in response to Texas’ competitive legal market. Those trends should only accelerate this year as big firms continue to move into Texas via mergers with BigTex firms, or by opening branch offices and then gobbling up experienced Texas lateral partners, often those working in the energy sector. Winston & Strawn — which has had an office in Houston since 2011 but made a big splash in Dallas in February 2017 when it opened an office with 21 lateral partners from eight firms — grew by 120.5 percent in 2017 in Texas, compared with 2016. The … [Read more...] about The Texas Top 100: Firms Moving Into Texas Market Grow Significantly in 2017