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theguardian.com - Jane Dunford - One woman's charity cycle trip in search of places called Hope
One woman's charity cycle trip in search of places called Hope
The Guardian

It's been a tough year for the travel industry, but one cycle tour leader decided not to let 2020 get her down – by riding 1,000 miles around the UK in search of Hope. Helen Proudfoot, who works for adventure company Active England Tours…

ft.com - Gary Greenberg - Emerging market cycle shows that quality wins over long-term
Emerging market cycle shows that quality wins over long-term
Financial Times

The writer is head of global emerging markets at the international business of Federated Hermes For long-term investors in emerging markets, the current phase in the global economic crisis has echoes of the past. It is not their first rodeo when it…

forbes.com - Carlton Reid - E-Bike Sales To Grow From 3.7 Million To 17 Million Per Year By 2030, Forecast Industry Experts
E-Bike Sales To Grow From 3.7 Million To 17 Million Per Year By 2030, Forecast Industry Experts
Forbes

The deadly pandemic has boosted cycling. During the first European lockdowns in March and April, a surge in demand led to bicycle shortages as bicycle shops—which were allowed to remain open—quickly sold out of stock. Three…

news24.com - Lance Branquinho - How Strava changed cycling
How Strava changed cycling
News24

Cycling's core app, Strava, is exploding in popularity. Even Discovery Vitality is offering a membership option. You don't need to be madly competitive to enjoy its features. The world's most popular cycling app is inarguably Strava. A decade after…

mylondon.news - Owen Sheppard - Winners and losers speak out on Kensington cycle lane before it's removed
Winners and losers speak out on Kensington cycle lane before it's removed
MyLondon

The construction of a cycle lane in Kensington High Street, and now its imminent removal, have stirred strong emotions in West Londoners. Less than two months since it was installed by Kensington and Chelsea Council, the authority will begin…

bloomberg.com - Gerry Smith - Discovery Joins Crowded Streaming Market With Reality-TV Focus
Discovery Joins Crowded Streaming Market With Reality-TV Focus
Bloomberg

Discovery Inc., the owner of cable channels such as HGTV, TLC and Animal Planet, is launching a new streaming service, betting that unscripted shows about romance, food and home improvement will stand out in a crowded market. The new service…

techcrunch.com - Sponsored post: Why dual-track transformation is the future of business innovation
Sponsored post: Why dual-track transformation is the future of business innovation
TechCrunch

After a decade of digital development and evolution, it was already clear at the dawn of 2020 that organizations agile enough to adjust and transform stood the best chance of growing their businesses. The Covid-19 pandemic has since shifted the…

frontiersin.org - How Microglia Manages Non-cell Autonomous Vicious Cycling of Aβ Toxicity in the Pathogenesis of AD
How Microglia Manages Non-cell Autonomous Vicious Cycling of Aβ Toxicity in the Pathogenesis of AD
Frontiers

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, with increasing prevalence as global life expectancy increases. The aggregation of β-amyloid (Aβ), the main component of senile plaques, is a pathological hallmark in AD. In…

dailyherald.com - John Lemon - Cycling proves the right sport for Geneva grad Young
Cycling proves the right sport for Geneva grad Young
Daily Herald

Eric Young called it a 'soft retirement,' brought on by a combination of the pandemic and a bit of downturn in professional cycling. Young, a 2007 Geneva graduate, became one of the top cyclists in the country. While a student at Indiana…

theglobeandmail.com - There is no alternative to staying invested
There is no alternative to staying invested
The Globe and Mail

The current investment landscape is not an easy one to navigate. Technology stocks are trading at record highs; value stocks have been underperforming for years, although they have recently shown signs of life; bond rates are close to zero; and…

ft.com - Diane Coyle - Why economics needs to wake up to ageing populations
Why economics needs to wake up to ageing populations
Financial Times

Economics generally pays surprisingly little attention to demography, even though the ageing and shrinking of the population in so many parts of the world is a striking and new phenomenon in human history. Take Italy. Last year the country recorded…

smallbiztrends.com - Best Commercial Mop and Bucket - Small Business Trends
Best Commercial Mop and Bucket - Small Business Trends
Small Business Trends LLC

If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. It is important to keep your businesses clean and tidy. As a business owner, you will need to make sure your office or shop is cleaned regularly and…

tennessean.com - Kristen Davis, The Tennessean - Break cycles of childhood trauma to address chronic social ills | Opinion
Break cycles of childhood trauma to address chronic social ills | Opinion
The Tennessean

Not all childhoods are created equal. In Tennessee, over 20% of children live in poverty, and 1 in 20 is the victim of a reported case of child abuse every year. Unsurprisingly, it's those children who are most at risk for ending up in prison or…

econbrowser.com - Menzie Chinn - Business Cycle Indicators as of December 1st
Business Cycle Indicators as of December 1st
Econbrowser

With the release of monthly GDP numbers, we have the following picture of some of the key indicators followed by NBER: Figure 1: Nonfarm payroll employment (dark blue), Bloomberg consensus for employment as of 11/25 (light blue square), industrial…

independent.ie - Donnchadh Boyle - If he pursued cycling there were great things to come. His ability is mega
If he pursued cycling there were great things to come. His ability is mega
The Irish Independent

Instead, it was one of Mayo's new faces, Eoghan McLaughlin. In that instant, the Westport defender possessed the same dash as those two great Mayo servants and an ability to thunder through the smallest gap with scant regard for personal safety.

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