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Bradley Thomas Giordano Offers Travel Tips for New Orleans Visitors

Bradley Thomas Giordano

It’s a place of mystery, a place of intrigue, and one of the most eclectic cities in America. Here, travel enthusiast Bradley Thomas Giordano answers questions about New Orleans and offers advice for first-time Crescent City visitors. Q: Where do you like to stay in New Orleans? Bradley Thomas Giordano: Without a doubt, the Maison […]

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Stop Band-Aid Funding | Stephen Samuelian on Why Not All Charitable Giving is Helpful

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Stephen Samuelian is a serial entrepreneur who has been recognized for his generous philanthropic funding campaigns. He says his giving habits were swayed many years ago after a life-changing event. Interviews and News: Good morning and thank you for your time today. Stephen Samuelian: It’s my pleasure! Interviews and News: We understand that you have […]

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Survey: Families with Children Find Barriers to Eating Out

The cost of feeding an entire family in difficult economic times has become a major hurdle for many families, but leading information company The NPD Group says there are other challenges that restaurants may be able to overcome in their PR and marketing efforts. In a report titled, “Parties with Kids: Motivating More Visits,” the […]

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Higher Education Officials, Politicians Continue to Gauge Alumni Success

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Higher education has now become a commercial transaction between student and school. Universities and colleges have become increasingly competitive both  in athletics and in research. The rapid emergence of for-profit colleges over the last decade is perhaps the most significant trend in education. Meanwhile, a number of low-income students are discovering that the return on […]