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1 College of Business partners with the state to foster international business relations
2 Who Are the Scientists Behind the Great Barrington Declaration?
3 One year after a mass employee exodus, USDA’s research arm remains half-staffed. New work has ground to a near halt.
4 The value of a research university
5 New Lawsuit And Glaring Problems Threaten DOL H-1B Visa Rule
6 2020 Nobel Prize Victories Confirm the Necessity of Energy Department's Public and Private Partnerships
7 Billerica Select Board vote to disband Economic Development Department
8 State of Northwest Arkansas Region, Business Analysis Set for Oct. 8
9 PUBLIC NOTICE The U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration
10 Trump has shown little respect for U.S. science. So why are some parts thriving?
11 The racial justice movement hasn’t translated to economic justice for black workers yet
12 New wrinkle in visiting nursing homes: COVID-19 positivity rate a factor
13 Oil Industry Turns to Mergers and Acquisitions to Survive
14 Isaiah Andrews named 2020 MacArthur fellow – Harvard Gazette
15 Lincoln drone company gets more than $1 million in grants
16 Bank of Japan : Developments in Real Exports and Real Imports
17 The Covid Economy Carves Deep Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots
18 Do immigrants take or bring jobs? The economic consensus
19 The Path to Rural Resilience in America
20 Small Business Matters: Along with a lot of other things, permitting is on the ballot
21 Auburn University research team tackles new cotton virus
22 Fed's Bostic cautions that US economic recovery is very uneven
23 Jobless rate drops to its lowest level in six months as Tennessee economy bounces back
24 10 Ways the Trump Administration Has Failed Rural America (and 10 Ways To Overcome It)
25 Community Spotlight: Dr. Aisha Abubakar
26 No such thing as the internet
27 Marshall University announces DOE-funded research project: sub-pilot-scale production of high-value products from U.S. coals
28 New roadside LiDAR sensors help build a safer transportation infrastructure
29 National Laboratories Point to Sugars as a Key Factor in Ideal Feedstock for Biofuels
30 State investment in manufacturing will accelerate economic recovery | My Turn
31 Hutchins Roundup: Stock market, corporate taxes, and more
32 Stanford economists Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson win the Nobel in economic sciences | Stanford News
33 EDA Awards Nearly $8 million Grant to University of Kansas Research Facility
34 Not even a pandemic can break rich cities’ grip on the U.S. economy
35 MSU team receives $776K grant to develop new, complementary COVID-19 testing method
36 Making “public” economic data accessible | UNC-Chapel Hill
37 Covid-19 Is Forcing Women From The Workplace In Record Numbers—And We Don’t Know When They’ll Be Back
38 The COVID-19 pandemic is revealing the regressive business model of college sports
39 Campus Conversation focuses on research at Stanford | Stanford News
40 Aquarium of the Pacific to host free virtual courses exploring long-term societal effects of the pandemic
41 Numbers Show a Mixed Bag
42 September Jobs Report Raises Concerns of a Stalling Recovery
43 New claims for unemployment checks jump sharply in Alaska for the first time in weeks
44 Weathering the storm
45 The Week That Will Be
46 Fitch Rates $89.8MM Pinal Co., AZ Taxable Pledged Rev Bonds 'AA'; Outlook Stable
47 OP-ED: 'We Need To Build a Consensus for Positive Economic Development in Framingham'
48 On the Wrong Side of the Split Recovery: ‘I Just Have to Keep Myself Going’
49 2020 State of Business Report: Pivoting from Pandemic to Recovery
50 5 Questions with Martha Schoonmaker, Executive Director, Pinkney Innovation Complex for Science and Technology at Montgomery College (PIC MC)
51 Cornell unites science and policy to end hunger | Cornell Chronicle
52 National Academy of Medicine elects 100 new members
53 British electric vehicle company Arrival to open U.S. corporate office in Charlotte
54 UTSA engages West Side families through bilingual admissions sessions
55 North Port takes steps to split Neighborhood Development Services
56 ASCE Report: Underfunded Infrastructure Will Seriously Impact Economy
57 Economic numbers give Ohio reason to be cautiously optimistic
58 The Bar's Most Common Repeated Mistakes in Applying CPLR 5501(c) | New York Law Journal
59 UC Berkeley's campus community brings women's untold stories to the forefront
60 Purdue offers new online social engineering and digital forensics short courses and two new cybersecurity certification prep courses
61 Away from the “hero” plus for everyone – How more targeted remuneration succeeds – WELT
62 NUS study finds that severe air pollution leads to higher food delivery consumption and plastic waste
63 Trends in Overall and Non-COVID-19 Hospital Admissions
64 CSU leads study promoting food security during pandemic
65 Biden wouldn't ban fracking, but his clean grid would phase out natural gas
66 In Arizona, the pandemic’s economic pain could help Biden flip a red state blue
67 As Trump Administration Seeks US Supreme Court Review, A Second Year Of Results From Medicaid Work Experiments Emerges
68 The two months in 1980 that shaped the future of biotech
69 Trump’s den of dissent: Inside the White House task force as coronavirus surges
70 Your Tuesday Briefing
71 French Real-Estate Market, Poverty Rate Drive Departments' Financial Performance
72 Trump's Numbers, Preelection Update
73 What to Know in Washington: Deadline Set for Stimulus Deal
74 State resumes requiring job searches to get benefits
75 From health care to the economy: Where Trump and Biden stand
76 The Capital Letter: Week of October 12
77 Is the New Zealand commercial space success story a model for other countries?
78 Two years after Trump put a shovel in the ground, Wisconsin is still waiting on Foxconn to come through
79 Business Highlights
80 Our view: Take note of good news | Editorials | joplinglobe.com
81 Most US farmers remain loyal to Trump despite pain from trade wars and COVID-19
82 Editorial: Now that a judge has spoken, will SC Commerce Department finally come clean?
83 Performing arts leaders ask to be included in COVID-19 reopening plans
84 PRT Still a Useful Tool for Plan Sponsors | PLANSPONSOR
85 The Clean Energy Workforce Was Projected to Grow 5.3% in 2020. Instead, It Has Shrunk 13.8%
86 NC COVID-19 Student Response Corps
87 Nepali TPS Holders Make Significant Contributions to America
88 More Details Emerge On Hawaii's Pre-Travel COVID-19 Test Plan
89 Guest editorial: Supporting all students through Undocumented Student Action Week
90 [BC-MCT-NEWS-BJT] | Nation/World | gazettextra.com
91 America Has Lost Its Taste for Iceberg Lettuce
92 Record-breaking September sees US nonstore retail sales surge 28%
93 Retail Sales Beat Forecasts, Spiking Highest Level Since June
94 MON AM News: Talking Trade hosts discuss lawsuit filed to block tariffs; Wisconsin Idea at play throughout pandemic
95 HAWAI'I COVID-19 JOINT INFORMATION CENTER DAILY NEWS DIGEST Oct. 12, 2020
96 Michele Esch
97 Montgomery County Maryland
98 USDA names new ERS Administrator
99 Wildlands Conservancy awarded $40K grant to conduct study for new rec trail
100 GDP decline for full FY21 seen at around 10.9%, up from earlier estimate of 6.8%: SBI’s Ecowrap