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axios.com - Sara Fischer - Social change content publisher ATTN: sold for $150 million
Social change content publisher ATTN: sold for $150 million
Axios

Candle Media, the new media rollup company backed by Blackstone and led by former Disney executives Tom Staggs and Kevin Mayer, is acquiring ATTN:, the digital media company that focuses on social change content for millennials and Gen-Z. Why it…

independent.co.uk - Andrew Woodcock - Boris Johnson under pressure to publish legal advice in Brexit row
Boris Johnson under pressure to publish legal advice in Brexit row
The Independent

Boris Johnson is coming under intense pressure to publish the legal basis for plans to override the Northern Ireland protocol, as the EU raised the spectre of an all-out trade war by warning it was ready to take “all measures at its…

hongkongfp.com - Peter Lee - Independent publisher rejected from taking part in Hong Kong Book Fair
Independent publisher rejected from taking part in Hong Kong Book Fair
Hong Kong Free Press

An independent publisher founded by a teacher who was injured in the 2019 protests and unrest has been rejected from participating in the Hong Kong Book Fair. In a statement published on Tuesday night, Hillway Press said it had been notified by the…

globenewswire.com - Euronext - Euronext publishes Q1 2022 results
Euronext publishes Q1 2022 results
GlobeNewswire

C ontact s Media Contact Investor Relations Amsterdam+31 20 721 4133Brussels+32 2 620 15 50+33 1 70 48 24 27Dublin+33 1 70 48 24 45Lisbon+351 210 600 614 Milan+39 02 72 42 62 12Oslo+47 41 69 59 10 Paris+33 1 70 48 24 45 Euronext publishes Q1 2022…

forbes.com - Katie Jennings - Mirvie Raises $60 Million For Blood Test To Predict Pregnancy Complications
Mirvie Raises $60 Million For Blood Test To Predict Pregnancy Complications
Forbes

This year, more than 3.6 million women will give birth in the U.S. Around 4% of them will have a potentially fatal high blood pressure condition known as preeclampsia. It will be three times more likely to kill Black mothers than white ones. And…

u.today - Vladislav Sopov - Ethereum (ETH) Leadership and Real-World Impact of Crypto: Andreessen Horowitz Publishes First Annual Report
Ethereum (ETH) Leadership and Real-World Impact of Crypto: Andreessen Horowitz Publishes First Annual Report
U.Today

Eddy Lazzarin, head of protocol design and engineering and a partner at legendary VC innovator Andreessen Horowitz, has shared on Twitter the key takeaways of the first a16z annual report, State of Crypto. According to the report, the Web3 industry…

dailymail.co.uk - Dame Deborah James says she won't live to see her book published
Dame Deborah James says she won't live to see her book published
Mail Online

Dame Deborah James has revealed she won't live to see her book published The BBC podcaster revealed on Instagram she's spent two years writing a book She is receiving end-of-life care for bowel cancer after being diagnosed in 2016 Believes she will…

reuters.com - Futures climb as technology and growth stocks rebound
Futures climb as technology and growth stocks rebound
Reuters

Futures up: Dow 1%, S&P 1.70%, Nasdaq 2.05% May 17 (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures jumped on Tuesday, as strong earnings from Home Depot and United Airlines added to an upbeat global mood driven by hopes of easing crackdown on tech firms and…

healthcareitnews.com - The Sequoia Project publishes draft QHIN onboarding and designation SOPs
The Sequoia Project publishes draft QHIN onboarding and designation SOPs
Healthcare IT News

The Sequoia Project on Monday released more details regarding the process and requirements for becoming a Qualified Health Information Network. As the ONC-designated recognized coordinating entity to support the implementation of the Trusted…

nytimes.com - David Wallace-Wells - Opinion | Can You Even Call Deadly Heat 'Extreme' Anymore?
Opinion | Can You Even Call Deadly Heat 'Extreme' Anymore?
The New York Times

It doesn't take the end of the world to upend the way billions live in it. The punishing weather we are uneasily learning to call “normal” is doing that already. Late last month, a heat wave swallowed South Asia, bringing temperatures…

hackernoon.com - Technology News Australia - Learnings From Managing a News Publishing Platform
Learnings From Managing a News Publishing Platform
HackerNoon

While most publishers would love to work collaboratively with platforms, many are reluctant to. They have good reasons to go at it alone, and competition authorities are not enthusiastic about collective action. However, publishers have several…

nytimes.com - Kathleen Belew - Opinion | The Violent Defense of Whiteness
Opinion | The Violent Defense of Whiteness
The New York Times

It's not immediately obvious how the “great replacement” theory, often framed as anti-immigrant doctrine meant to preserve predominantly white societies, is connected to the shooting of Black customers and employees at a grocery store…

learnnpublish.com - 6 Major Industries That Should Invest in Coworking Space Software - Learn & Publish
6 Major Industries That Should Invest in Coworking Space Software - Learn & Publish
Learn & Publish

As the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses and institutions are finding that dedicated office space for all their functional units is no longer a practical use of resources. If you are thinking of moving your business…

phys.org - Science X staff - Tungsten isotopes in seawater provide insights into the co-evolution of Earth's mantle and continents
Tungsten isotopes in seawater provide insights into the co-evolution of Earth's mantle and continents
Phys.org

In a study published in the journal Nature Communications, Andrea Mundl-Petermeier and Sebastian Viehmann of the Department of Lithospheric Research at the University of Vienna have demonstrated that a new geochemical archive—182Tungsten in…

ft.com - Joshua Chaffin - 'It's like the devil came to town': Buffalo grieves after America's latest racist attack
'It's like the devil came to town': Buffalo grieves after America's latest racist attack
Financial Times

Tragedy fits longstanding pattern of right-wing extremism, say experts Receive free US race relations updates We'll send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding up the latest US race relations news every morning. Dezzelynn Brown was standing behind…

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