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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A U.S. company's lunar lander will soon burn up in Earth's atmosphere after a failed lunar launch.Astrobotic Technology announced that its lander is currently returning to Earth from near the Moon. Company officials expect the mission to conclude Thursday. Astrobotic is working with NASA to track the lander's path and said it does not pose a safety risk during the violent reentry.The lander, named Peregrine, was rocket-launched from Cape Canaveral last Monday. A fuel leak soon occurred, forcing Astrobotic to abandon the first American attempt to land on the moon in more than 50 years.…

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Could Paris-based music company Believe be taken off the stock market and re-privatized?according to Reutersis the largest shareholder of the company with which it conducts transactions. at paris euronext“exploring possibilities.''MBW's own sources confirmed that various discussions have taken place between the company and potential private investors in recent weeks.Citing its own sources: Reuters It reported that Believe's investors, including founder and CEO Denis Radegairelli, were “working with advisors” and “exploring interest” in a potential bid from the private equity industry. ing.According to one of the external parties involved in these negotiations, Reutersis a private equity group EQT based in Sweden.However,…

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DETROIT (WXYZ) — The University of Michigan's Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurship Project has supported nearly 700 small businesses since its founding in 2016.Now, DNEP is working to improve businesses in Detroit by providing them with access to the program's entrepreneurial services. “DNEP was successfully implemented at the Ford School as an intervention to address racial and wealth disparities, as approximately 90% of the companies we work with are minority-owned. It gave me an economic and community development lens to my work,” said Christy Ayotte Baer. Managing Director of DNEP.“As the program grew, it made sense to shift our focus to leverage…

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View: 19 Tiffany Moment (left) poses in a sweatshirt from her apparel business Worthy in God. Adrian Chappell (right) poses with soaps, oils and skin care products from his own business, Chalises Heavenly Inspired. (Photo/Sierra Walker, Adrian Chappell) Hear their story here.Financial strain is a challenge that small business owners often face in maintaining their businesses, especially those owned by minority owners. Adrienne Chappell and Tiffany Moment, black women entrepreneurs in Athens, chose to rely on their faith to get them through difficult times. “I really, really have to rely on God the most in my business,” Moment said.…

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The Glion Institute for Higher Education has launched the Glion Alumni Accelerator, a ground-breaking startup competition and pitch battle that has played a pivotal role in fostering creativity and entrepreneurship within its esteemed student and alumni community. We proudly announce the successful culmination of “. The unique initiative created a vibrant forum for aspiring entrepreneurs to present their innovative ideas and receive valuable guidance from seasoned industry experts. As the event progressed, participants seized the opportunity to showcase their concepts, fostering exposure, networking, and potential financial support for their efforts. Welcoming both current Glion students and alumni, the Glion Alumni…

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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose on Friday, but the Dow ended in negative territory amid mixed fourth-quarter results. Market participants were looking at key inflation data and expected the U.S. Federal Reserve to cut interest rates in March.How did the benchmarks perform?The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) fell 0.3%, or 118.04 points, to close at 37,592.98. Notably, 15 of his 30-stock indexes ended in positive territory, while 15 stocks ended in negative territory.The Nasdaq Composite Index, which has a high proportion of high-tech stocks, rose 0.02% to 14,972.76 due to the strong performance of large-cap tech stocks. The main…

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The role of education in shaping successful startup executives remains an interesting topic. As Lorena Florentina Dumitrashcu of Romania's Alexandru Ioan Cuza University investigates in the Journal of Public Administration, Finance and Law, the traditional path of formal education offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to explore non-formal learning. Agility has taken a back seat. “Entrepreneurs can learn exactly what they are interested in in much less time than attending university classes,” Dumitrashchuk emphasizes. Beyond the traditional academic route, an entrepreneurial need for continuous learning, resilience, and discipline has led to his top 10 free online courses of 2024 across departments on…

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“New year, new you” is a bit of a clichéd marketing cliché, but the truth is that consumers are looking to improve their lives at the beginning of the year. Whether it's eating better, exercising more, cleaning out your makeup bag, or refreshing your home decor, consumers have an incentive to reset. January is a special time for e-commerce retailers and brands as they lure shoppers back after the holidays for more than just returns and clearance items. But just tagging an email offering 40% off leggings with the message “New Year, New You” won't satisfy shoppers. Retailers can regain…

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The rate of new business launches is less than half what it was 20 years ago, according to a new report from the chief economist at Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC). THUNDER BAY — Measuring the Palo Women's Enterprise Center's annual success isn't just about how well businesses do, it's all about the circle of women entrepreneurs, their success and the creation of new businesses and jobs. Rosalind Lockyer, Founder and CEO of Paro He said that. “That's concerning because small businesses are our economy,” Lockyer said. “That’s why we support local businesses.” Since 1995, Paro has brought together…

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Posted by: Greta GuestSource: Michigan News Ross Professor Chris Mueller opens DNEP's 2023 showcase for the program's summer internship program while clients Leona and Kenny Milton (far left) and Darryl Humes (center) , above, as Annie Hakim (right), UM staff and Ross, Ford, and Stamps interns look on. Ross Professor Chris Mueller opens DNEP's 2023 showcase for the program's summer internship program while clients Leona and Kenny Milton (far left) and Darryl Humes (center) , above, as Annie Hakim (right), UM staff and Ross, Ford, and Stamps interns look on. University of Michigan Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurship Projectwhich has helped nearly…

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