Colorado Yoga Teacher Trainers Up in Arms Over Regulations, Freezes on Teacher Certification

Jan 31, 15 Colorado Yoga Teacher Trainers Up in Arms Over Regulations, Freezes on Teacher Certification

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Lawmakers in Colorado wants to regulate yoga teacher training — and tempers have flared for normally calm yogis and studio owners alike. In December, a state agency that oversees private occupational schools sent letters to 82 yoga teacher training programs, saying that they needed to comply with a 2002 law that demands...

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IBM’s Response to Shifting Topography of Tech Industry and Digital Business

Jan 21, 15 IBM’s Response to Shifting Topography of Tech Industry and Digital Business

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Monolithic tech company IBM recently unveiled its new z13 mainframe system, which is designed to provide real-time encryption on all mobile transactions, and is the first system to be able to process as many as 2.5 billion transactions per day. The “z13 system culminates a $1 billion investment, five years of development,...

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Innovative, Home Improvement Startup Raises $65 Million

Jan 21, 15 Innovative, Home Improvement Startup Raises $65 Million

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The U.S. home improvement industry is extremely lucrative — worth about $57.2 billion in total — so it should come as no surprise that an innovative start-up connecting homeowners to home service professionals would be able to garner a ton of fundraising. What is surprising, though, is just how much it was able to get....

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Gender-Neutral Restrooms Required by New Law in West Hollywood

Jan 18, 15 Gender-Neutral Restrooms Required by New Law in West Hollywood

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Laws are sometimes pretty hard to understand, considering the fact that they’re written in Legal English, which uses a different grammatical structure and often lacks punctuation. However, the message of one new law in West Hollywood is loud and clear: all single-stall restrooms in businesses and public places must be...

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Honda Hit With $70 Million Fine by US Safety Regulators Over Reporting Failures

Jan 15, 15 Honda Hit With $70 Million Fine by US Safety Regulators Over Reporting Failures

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Jan. 8 that it has fined Honda a total of $70 million for the automaker’s failure to report deaths and injuries associated with its vehicles, as well as underreporting warranty claims and customer complaints. “Honda and all of the automakers have a safety responsibility...

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