As silly as Natty Light’s tone is, student debt is a serious issue, one that has emerged as part of a significant policy debate during the current Democratic presidential primary. Candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have long been advocating for student loan forgiveness and even free tuition. Despite Natty’s $10 million pledge, Blake says the brand and AB InBev aren’t extending that advocacy to actual policy. “Natty doesn’t endorse any political candidate, but we are passionate about helping our community with the real issues they grapple with on a daily basis, like college debt,” he says. … [Read more...] about Natty Light wants to rent your diploma, but doesn’t really want to solve student debt crisis
Where are feds going with two new trump investigations
Industry expert Strong supporter Thoughtful critic Networker As you consider the four buckets above, be strategic with your selections. For example, it’s unusual to include a spouse, immediate family member, or close friend as they’re often too emotionally invested in your success. Instead, seek board members who will provide you with an unbiased opinion and are capable of giving you the reality check you may need. And, not every board member needs to be an individual. You may find support and guidance through an alternative mentor relationship, such as a professional association or networking group. … [Read more...] about Why every professional should recruit a personal board of advisers
Gen Rawat said the newly created Department of Military Affairs will handle revenue procurement while the capital procurement will continue to be looked after by the defence secretary.Exclusive offer: Use code "BUDGET2020" and get Moneycontrol Pro's Subscription for as little as Rs 333/- for the first year. … [Read more...] about CDS Gen Rawat unveils big ticket military reform agenda
Maslow didn’t invent the idea of self-actualized work, and nor did the 20th-century management consultants who implemented these ideas. We can go back to the German sociologist Max Weber to find similar invocations of work as a spiritual, more than economic, vocation—an ethic of work that Weber in 1905 argued was central to Western capitalism. Indeed, the work ethic is an ideology at once remarkably tenacious and eminently flexible: While its constitutive claim—devotion to work as the center of life—remains consistent, the rewards promised by the ethic vary in historically specific ways, from the promise of social mobility to the promise of self-actualization. … [Read more...] about Is the search for meaningful work a trap?
He said 100-lakh metric tonnes capacity silos are being built to store wheat. The Centre has also fixed a target to set up silos of 700-lakh metric tonnes storage capacity in the country. To store 33.5-lakh metric tonnes of wheat 92 sites have been selected in Punjab and "preparation work" is under progress, the minister said. … [Read more...] about ‘One nation, One card’ scheme to be implemented soon in country: Union Minister Danve