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Abrdn’s chief commercial and strategy officer, Jonny Black, said the firm has learnt lessons from its previous platform upgrades and will go into a “hypercare” period when it launches AdviserOS later this year. In an announcement earlier this week (May 25), Abrdn said AdviserOS will see the current platforms Wrap, Elevate and Fundzone sit together […]

By Francesco Guarascio and Andrew Hayley HANOI/BEIJING, May 26 (Reuters) – A Chinese research ship and five escort vessels were in Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) on Friday close to gas blocks operated by Russian firms in the South China Sea, a day after Vietnam urged the ships to leave. The Chinese vessel Xiang Yang Hong 10 began […]

The Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, the think tank that uses data and original research to promote diversity and inclusion in entertainment, is back with a new list of diversity in Hollywood. Alberto Rodriguez—Hollywood Reporter/Getty Images Happy Friday. Summer is just around the corner for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, and with it, summertime reading […]

May 26, 2023 at 6:00 a.m. EDT Video taken on July 11, 2019, shows Japan’s Hayabusa2 space probe land on Ryugu asteroid. (Video: JAXA via Storyful) Comment on this storyComment It sounds like science fiction: Scientists deploy a spacecraft to a speeding asteroid, scoop dirt from the space rock and drop the fragments back on […]

Photo by Joselyn King Angel White, left, and Stephanie Green, both of Atlanta, are all smiles prior to starting the Ogden Newspapers Half-Marathon Classic Saturday morning. The pair have run marathons throughout the world, and are close to having run marathons in all 50 states. WHEELING – Life is truly a […]

NEW YORK (AP) — Near the end of 2021, Jessica Callahan was living in Columbus, Ohio, working as a social science researcher and wondering if there was a better way to support herself. Her friends Julie Ross and Austin Carter had similar thoughts and a similar solution: Open a bookstore. “I think a lot of […]

Top of the Class: Grateful to lead an amazing school’ Indian Creek Elementary School is the proud home of the 2022-23 DeKalb County School District Principal of the Year! Principal Stephanie Brown-Bryant is no stranger to public education, coming from a long line of family educators. Her passion for teaching and dedication to her students […]

A Black resident of post-bellum Boston once remarked that “we can go most anywhere with the white man, and spend our dollar, but we cannot go anywhere with the white man and earn it.” The lament captures a painful paradox for Black people in the Massachusetts capital during the Civil War period: The city was a […]

By Basem Khandakji | – ( Middle East Monitor ) – An Amnesty International report published this month revealed details of the latest systems used by the Zionist state to enhance its comprehensive monitoring of occupied Palestine and its people, who are subject to the surveillance, control and punishment of this fascist security regime. The […]

On the island of Kauai, wherever humans go, chickens go too. Hens and chicks kick around in grocery-store parking lots and parks. They’re visitors to cookouts and picnics. On popular hikes, many people are rewarded at the end of the trail with a picturesque view of the island and a small flock of chickens. The […]

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