When Quartz co-founder and CEO Zach Seward announced on Sunday that had he purchased his struggling news site from its corporate owners, the terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
But sources tell The Post that Tokyo-based Uzabase, the financial media and information firm that bought Quartz from Atlantic Media in July 2018, were looking to sell it for a pittance.
Deal terms offered in the weeks leading up to Sunday sale to Seward, sources said, called for potential new owners to pay just $1 for the struggling financial news website. Uzabase was also offering a $6 million personal loan to the company.
In addition to Seward, the new ownership includes Quartz’s editor-in-chief Katherine Bell, who joined in December from Barron’s and who declined to comment on how much Quartz cost.
“We’re not commenting on the terms of the deal,” Bell said in an interview with Media Ink Tuesday. But, she
Democrat Joe Biden may have been declared the projected victor of the 2020 presidential election on Saturday, after he secured the necessary 270 electoral votes, but that has not stopped lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign nor claims on social media from disputing Biden’s status as president-elect.
“Just got word that they pulled Pennsylvania’s electoral votes from Biden today after the Supreme Court hearing on voting fraud!” wrote Facebook user Christa Elisha in a Nov. 9 post.
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Latest released the research study on Global Healthcare HR Software Market, offers a detailed overview of the factors influencing the global business scope. Healthcare HR Software Market research report shows the latest market insights, current situation analysis with upcoming trends and breakdown of the products and services. The report provides key statistics on the market status, size, share, growth factors of the Healthcare HR Software. The study covers emerging player’s data, including: competitive landscape, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers are Paychex, Inc. (United States), International Business Machine (IBM) Corporation (United States), Paycom Software, Inc. (United States), SumTotal Systems Inc. (United States), SAP SE (Germany), Oracle Corporation (United States), Ceridian HCM, Inc. (United States), Taleo Corporation (United States) and PeopleAdmin (United States).
NEW YORK, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Medscape, the leading source of continuing medical education, clinical news, health information, and point-of-care tools for health care professionals (HCPs), has been awarded three contracts by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Cancer Prevention and Control and the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID). These programs, focused on cancer care, invasive mold infections and chronic fatigue syndrome, will be developed by Medscape Education and delivered to its multi-specialty membership with certification for both physicians and nurses. A division of Medscape, Medscape Education is the leading destination for continuous professional development for HCPs.
While the medical world is appropriately focused on COVID-19, it is essential that other clinical topics, which impact the lives of millions of patients, are not overlooked. The programming will be focused on the following:
CANTON, Ohio and MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Top Echelon Software, the leading provider of recruiting software for people who build teams, is pleased to announce its acquisition of CATS Software, a leading applicant tracking system (ATS) designed specifically for professional recruiters who help companies from all over the world fill their hiring needs. This acquisition combines two best-of-breed ATS companies to address the complex and evolving challenges in the war for talent.
CATS serves more than 1,800, predominantly mid-sized professional recruiting and operating companies, with a rich software-as-a-service (SaaS) to manage talent acquisition, including tools for resume import and parse, job application collection, resume search, comprehensive reports, job board publication, and analytics.
The acquisition expands Top Echelon’s customer and revenue base and strengthens its software offering. Top Echelon will continue to support new and existing CATS customers, as well as expand its market reach to mid-sized businesses
Nimble offers a free year of its award-winning CRM to empower job seekers and entrepreneurs who have so graciously served in the United States military
Nimble, the simple smart CRM built for Office 365 and G Suite teams, announced today that it is offering a free one-year license to all veterans and active-duty members who have served in the United States military.
Our Nimble team admires and respects the loyalty, dedication, and sacrifice of the U.S. service members and wants to support their entrepreneurship goals. Nimble believes that the skills gained from military service are the perfect foundation for business success, as well.
Nimble is Proud to Serve United States Military Service Members
“I strongly believe that discipline, hard work, quick problem-solving, and decision-making that the brave men and women of our U.S. military gained through their years of service are the perfect skill set that makes them great entrepreneurs,”
Hospitals and pharmacists can register to be among the first to receive the vaccine once approved
AUSTIN, Texas — A Covid-19 vaccine is still weeks away from approval, but Texas Governor Greg Abbott is encouraging health care providers across the state to enroll in the DSHS immunization program.
The online portal allows hospitals, medical facilities, pharmacies and long-term care facilities to register “to be considered” to receive the Covid-19 vaccine once approved.
“While potential COVID-19 vaccines continue to undergo clinical trials, the State of Texas is taking a proactive approach to ensure the vaccine is distributed as quickly as possible once available,” Governor Abbott said in a news release. “Providing Texans with access to a voluntary vaccine and efficiently administering the immunization will be essential to containing COVID-19 and protecting the health of our communities.”
Supplies will be extremely limited once a vaccine is approved. Health care workers and frontline
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become a bit of a buzzword these days, prompting many naïve business owners to disregard its importance in the grand scheme of things. But the truth is that it’s more important than ever these days, with the heavy prevalence
of the internet and the expansion of various technologies into our daily lives. Especially for a small business or startup, neglecting to pay attention to SEO can only lead to trouble.
Simply Being on the Market Is Not Enough
One of the biggest mistakes you could make when setting up a new company is to follow the old cliché of “if you build it, they will come”. That may have been true decades ago and in very specific markets, but it’s completely disconnected from the reality
of today. There is no shortage of examples of companies with an otherwise solid product idea and presentation, which have
Brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies are no longer hypothetical, yet there are fundamental aspects of the technology that remain unaddressed by both ethicists and policy-makers. Two new papers address these issues by outlining the outstanding ethical issues, offering guidance for addressing those issues, and offering particular insight into the field of BCI tech for cognitive enhancement.
“BCI technologies are devices that detect brain signals conveying intention and translates them into executable output by a computer,” says Allen Coin, a graduate student at North Carolina State University and lead author of both papers. “BCI technologies can also provide feedback to the user, reflecting whether he or she attained a goal or completed a desired action.”
“BCI devices can be non-invasive devices that users wear, or they can be invasive devices, which are surgically implanted,” says Veljko Dubljević, an assistant professor in NC State’s Science, Technology & Society program and
Apple has revealed a new 13-inch MacBook Pro that includes its own “M1” chip.
It is the third computer Apple revealed with the new processor, following the Mac Mini and new MacBook Air.
Just like the other new computers, the new MacBook Pro is the same price as the previous 13-inch version, costing $1,099.
It can be pre-ordered from today and will be available next week.
Like those other two computers, the 13-inch MacBook Pro looks the same as its predecessor on the outside, and Apple will continue to sell a version of the computer with an Intel processor.
But just as with those other two computers, the introduction of Apple’s M1 means that the computer is much faster without adding any extra thermal or power requirements, Apple said in its introduction.
The CPU is up to 2.8 times faster than the previous generation, and