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This is a continuation of my series looking at how digital transformation has impacted every industry. Today’s focus is on educational trends. Educators from all grade-levels are coming to realize the benefits of technology in the classroom. Typically, education is one of the last industries to make extensive change, holding on to antiquated methods and practices. But…
According to UAE ambassador to the United States, Yousef Al Otaiba (Facebook.com), the UAE’s Mars Mission “…is a signpost for future generations–both in the UAE and across the region – that says anything is possible.”
Infiniti is teaming up with Multiplicity to get the Toronto Lab up and running, and selected Toronto because of its strong startup culture, according to the company. Multiplicity is a non-profit based in the city that offers education and mentorship services to startups and entrepreneurs.
Women have often been brushed aside never to reach the heights of these men, but in today’s day and age anything is possible and one woman, Cindy Whitehead (https://twitter.com/cindypinkceo?lang=en), who recently launched The Pink Ceiling, is looking to prove that fact.
Recently, Bridges of Understanding, a nonprofit organization, had its annual awards gala at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center. The Benefit Committee of this event was made up of Ambassador Dina Kawar; Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba and Mrs. Abeer Al Otaiba; and Ambassador James Smith and Dr. Janet Breslin-Smith.
It also holds a series of talks called the Ambassadors’ Forum. In May, 2016, the speaker at the Forum was Yousef Al Otaiba (https://www.visualcv.com/ambassadoryousefalotaiba), the Ambassador from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the United States.
Mr. Buffett’s comments came as his firm Berkshire Hathaway, which owns dozens of US stocks including Apple, Coca-Cola and the four biggest US airlines, reported a 15% rise in fourth-quarter profits to $6.3bn (£5bn).