Training takes precedence over entrepreneurship – says TripCandy founder Jeremy Fu

(Photo: Jeremy Fu) Startups around the world have grown significantly over the past few years, and several companies with modest start-ups have become one that proves their inaccessibility. At the height of this business, a new name appeared – TripCandy. This new housing booking platform is the initiative of Jeremy Fu, a young Singaporean entrepreneur … Read more

Upper grade students gain experience through a work-study program School news

Upper-class students improve their work experience, gain valuable customer service and business skills, and help local businesses meet their staffing needs through a vocational training and technical education program. Kenny Wutton, a senior at Stone Memorial High School and Lane Barwell High School, Cumberland County High School, both work at Cracker Barrel of Crossville. Barwell … Read more

Learning the language of real estate | Business

In 1967, Rex Harrison won an Oscar for his song “Tak with Animals” for his music for “Dr. Doll.” The lyrics are: “If I could talk to animals, learn their languages, maybe get an animal degree …”. The bottom line is that we have more understanding and it would be better if we just understood. … Read more

New students at Marriotta College claim the first round of PioBiz with Thrift Shop Idea | News, sports, work

From left, Lily Posty and Alexis Summers, first-round winners of the Marriotta College Piobis competition. (Photo by) A month after winning first place in the first round of the Mariatta – Mariotta College Piobis competition, Lily Posty of Burgettestown and Alexis Sommers of Nelsonville realized their idea. Posty and Somers, newcomers to the 2025 class, … Read more

GOP Hopeful Senate in Ohio: Middle Class Does Not Pay Fair Share Florida News

Author: JULIE CARR SMYTH, Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Mike Gibbons, a leading Republican candidate for the Ohio Senate, said at a media event last fall that middle-class Americans pay “no fair share” of income taxes. “The top 20% in the United States pay 82% of federal income tax – and if you count … Read more

Ceramic Studio Village Casa encourages creativity with friends

From left: Cala Tarlika, Corey Kano, owner Cindy Kirkod, Marla Ecker and Lizzie Memes make up the Village Casa team. Kirk Wood took over the business in 2014. (Eric Welbaker / Community Impact Newspaper) Kelly Casa offers a wide selection of melon ceramics to paint for customers in the historic town of New Brownfields, whether … Read more

Kelsey Daniels named best graduate of VSU College of Business Administration

April 8, 202222-57 Jessica PopeCommunications and Media Relations Coordinator Kelsey Brook Daniels of Pearson, Georgia, is the recipient of the Spring 2022 Presidential Award for Academic Excellence for Harley Longdale Junior College of Business Administration at Waldosta State University. They will graduate in Business Administration in Accounting at the 233rd start of VSU on Saturday, … Read more

Test-taking ace Mark Riddle’s sentence for college admission scams will be announced Friday.

CNN – Authorities hope Friday will convict the man who says he is the main culprit in an elaborate college admissions scam to help wealthy parents buy their children their way to universities. Mark Riddle, the standard test-taking savant, paid for the ace SATs and ACTs in the students ‘space, or corrected the students’ answers … Read more