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  • 27 Aug Remous boosts digital division with Ricoh pair
  • 22 Aug Rising Yen hits results of Japan s digital press providers
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    In The Penalty

    Dominik Jakubek, one of two goalkeepers for Sacramento Republic FC, makes a diving save on a shot during practice at Bonney Field. Jakubek joined the franchise as an original member in 2014. He was 34 years old when he was signed.

    Sep 2, 2016 Sena Christian

    From Corporate Jobs to Brewery Owners

    Proprietors of Big Stump Brewing Company juggle traditional careers with new venture

    The phrase “typical day” is not one Larissa Meltz and Alex Larrabee have uttered recently and, as they get closer to their expected Labor Day weekend opening of Big Stump Brewing Company at 1716 L St. in Midtown Sacramento, their schedules will likely only get busier.

    Sep 2, 2016 Jennifer Snyder

    SacAnime and the Rise of the Pop-Culture Convention

    Biannual Sacramento anime event takes place Sept. 2-4

    While pop-culture conventions may be all the rage these days, that hasn’t always been the case.

    Sep 1, 2016 Willie Clark

    Buzzwords: Hardball

    To be uncompromising in your methods or dealings, especially in business of politics

    So while the word — and the practice — might make you roll your eyes, playing hardball can be useful and even necessary when the stakes are high. But please, use sparingly both verbally and in action.

    Sep 1, 2016 Robin Epley

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    Healthy Competition Builds A Gold-Medal Team

    Artists to Take Center Stage at Sacramento Mural Festival

    Sacramento to Host California Craft Beer Summit

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    Given the current environment in higher ed, the pressure to contain costs and the need to justify expenses, it is more critical than ever that any technology investment not only meet the needs of staff, students and the institution, but also provide a clear return on investment. When it comes to the significant investment involved with implementing an ERP, there are strategies and approaches that any institution can take to reduce total cost of ownership, as well as realize ROI in the least amount of time possible.

    Imagine using academic video to strengthen prerequisite skills, enhance curriculum content, ease anticipated student struggles, and push students further in their knowledge of course material.

    Brooke McCurdy has been teaching math for more than 14 years. When her classes morphed from a traditional in-person method to a flipped-classroom environment, she saw the success of her students soar as they became more engaged.

    Watch this recently recorded web seminar to learn some of the best practices for using video to teach math to grades 9-20, including:

    A variety of recent studies have shown that active learning—engaging students through activities, discussion and collaboration—is more effective than traditional lecturing, and can even result in better exam performance and reduced failure rates. Technology often plays a significant role in the active learning classroom, providing real-time feedback, improving information retention and promoting meaningful interaction between an instructor and students.

    Over 16 years ago, the California State University system’s 23 campuses had independently managed networks. Each had autonomy over standards and used a hodgepodge of products.

    Research has shown that active learning—asking students to engage in class with each other and their instructor—is more effective than traditional lecturing.

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    Investor s Business Daily Founder Invests in SMU

    California-based William J. O’Neil, who started the Investor’s Business Daily newspaper, funded a chair in business journalism at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts in 2007 and, a year later, established the William J. O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom at SMU’s Cox School of Business. O’Neil lived in Dallas growing up and graduated from SMU in 1955.

    1. Why have you endowed these programs at SMU?

    Because we’ve had Investor’s Business Daily for 27 years. We have an enormous database, and we’ve learned a lot about the economy. There’s constant change—newcomers coming in with something new, cheaper, faster, displacing older-line companies—and that’s the heart of what the country’s all about. There’s freedom and opportunity to do whatever you want here; it’s up to you. But not everyone understands that.

    2. Why have you focused at least partly on business journalism?

    My feeling about the journalist field is that journalism students don’t really know much about business. So I think every journalism [student] should have a couple of years of economics background. They need to be able to judge and evaluate: Is this thing we’re hearing about sound, or not?

    3. It has been reported that you bought a building in Plano. What will you do with it?

    The building is in escrow, and we should have possession by December or January. I think it’s on 11.5 acres. We’re going to move some people here. We have two different operations: O’Neil Data Systems [an automated printing business], which has a lot of big contracts with HMOs to provide all their data. And then we’ll have some of the newspaper people, though we’ll still maintain similar operations in Los Angeles. We’re still analyzing what functions we’ll want to have here, and we’ll hire some people here. In the long run, the paper may have its headquarters here. It just depends.

    4. Depends on what?

    Well, on how things go. We think being in the central part of the country—in a dynamic area that’s growing and that’s more willing to be pro-business—would preserve the future of the paper.

    5. There seems to be a lot of talk these days about American decline. Do you agree with the naysayers, or are you optimistic about the future?

    Back in the 1970s, everybody was saying that we had seen our best growth. But the American system is such that anybody can come here and do anything they want to do. So the ‘brain drain’ is moving toward us all the time. Our system adjusts and corrects the problems. So I think the long-term future is very positive.

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    By Morgan Brewton-Johnson • June 3, 2016

    If you’ve ever been to a fitness class like SoulCycle, Pure Barre or Flywheel, you understand the hype surrounding these new, wildly successful exercise crazes. Perhaps the most popular of these, SoulCycle is now in 8 states, recently partnered with Target to bring pop-up classes to 10 new cities, and you’d be hard-pressed to spend

    By Grace Cordsen • May 24, 2016

    Why buy new clothes when you can have a rotation of new ones shipped right to your doorstep? This is the question rental clothing companies have been trying to impress upon female college students for the past few years. With the accessibility and opportunity supplied by the internet the rentable clothing industry has metamorphosed into

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    By Sophie Helmers • May 15, 2016

    In a time of sluggish growth and economic uncertainty, the last thing people want is more competition for education and employment. However, some prominent economists are asserting that this is exactly what America needs. According to Gad Levanon—director of macroeconomic research at a prestigious business research group called the Conference Board—America is staring straight at

    By Gladys Teng • May 13, 2016

    In college, on top of hours of schoolwork, difficult classes, and extracurricular commitments, the last thing a student would want to worry about is having to pay pesky overdraft fees. Overdraft coverage has generally been more of a nuisance than convenience for bank account holders, because while it allows clients to make transactions when their

    By Sophie Helmers • May 12, 2016

    Tax reform policy is always a hot button issue during Presidential campaigns. This election cycle is no different. Couple this with a new awareness of gender equality issues (think of the recent uproar over transgender access to public restrooms in North Carolina), and it’s no surprise that sales tax on tampons is generating its share





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    By Morgan Brewton-Johnson • June 3, 2016

    If you’ve ever been to a fitness class like SoulCycle, Pure Barre or Flywheel, you understand the hype surrounding these new, wildly successful exercise crazes. Perhaps the most popular of these, SoulCycle is now in 8 states, recently partnered with Target to bring pop-up classes to 10 new cities, and you’d be hard-pressed to spend

    By Grace Cordsen • May 24, 2016

    Why buy new clothes when you can have a rotation of new ones shipped right to your doorstep? This is the question rental clothing companies have been trying to impress upon female college students for the past few years. With the accessibility and opportunity supplied by the internet the rentable clothing industry has metamorphosed into

    By admin • May 20, 2016

    By Sophie Helmers • May 15, 2016

    In a time of sluggish growth and economic uncertainty, the last thing people want is more competition for education and employment. However, some prominent economists are asserting that this is exactly what America needs. According to Gad Levanon—director of macroeconomic research at a prestigious business research group called the Conference Board—America is staring straight at

    By Gladys Teng • May 13, 2016

    In college, on top of hours of schoolwork, difficult classes, and extracurricular commitments, the last thing a student would want to worry about is having to pay pesky overdraft fees. Overdraft coverage has generally been more of a nuisance than convenience for bank account holders, because while it allows clients to make transactions when their

    By Sophie Helmers • May 12, 2016

    Tax reform policy is always a hot button issue during Presidential campaigns. This election cycle is no different. Couple this with a new awareness of gender equality issues (think of the recent uproar over transgender access to public restrooms in North Carolina), and it’s no surprise that sales tax on tampons is generating its share





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    Smashing Magazine

    It’s finally here. Smashing Book #5. our new book on real-life responsive design. With front-end techniques and patterns from actual projects, it’s a playbook to master all the tricky facets and hurdles of responsive design. Get the book. Free shipping.

    We build inaccessible websites all the time, but it’s not for the lack of care or talent. It’s a matter of doing things the wrong way. That’s why we’re writing a new book on Inclusive Design Patterns. by Heydon Pickering. Available from September. Pre-order the book today.

    With responsive design, creating Photoshop mock-ups is just inefficient. In the new anniversary edition of Hardboiled Web Design. Andy Clarke shows how to improve workflow, craft better front-end, establish style guides and reduce wasted time. Get the book .

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    How This Couple Rules the Wedding Capital of Texas

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    An Inside Look at the Widening Pay Gap Across the Country

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    How This Entrepreneur Killed a Mediocre Business to Build a Great One

    It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: How Startups Achieve Fast Growth

    This Ticket Reseller Is Waging an Online War to Be the Next StubHub

    A Couple Finds a Calling Through an Old Technology

    How to Know Your Customers Before They Know You

    Why This Military Programmer Decided to Use Her Skills to Help Injured Soldiers

    How a Tragedy Inspired This CEO to Build a Better Addiction Recovery Center

    Here’s Which Industries of the Inc. 500 Are Making the Most Money

    Inside the Making of an Inc. 500 Entrepreneur

    Secrets of Success From the Leaders of America’s Fastest Growing Companies

    How Top CEOs Find–and Keep–the Right People

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    In The Penalty

    Dominik Jakubek, one of two goalkeepers for Sacramento Republic FC, makes a diving save on a shot during practice at Bonney Field. Jakubek joined the franchise as an original member in 2014. He was 34 years old when he was signed.

    Sep 2, 2016 Sena Christian

    From Corporate Jobs to Brewery Owners

    Proprietors of Big Stump Brewing Company juggle traditional careers with new venture

    The phrase “typical day” is not one Larissa Meltz and Alex Larrabee have uttered recently and, as they get closer to their expected Labor Day weekend opening of Big Stump Brewing Company at 1716 L St. in Midtown Sacramento, their schedules will likely only get busier.

    Sep 2, 2016 Jennifer Snyder

    SacAnime and the Rise of the Pop-Culture Convention

    Biannual Sacramento anime event takes place Sept. 2-4

    While pop-culture conventions may be all the rage these days, that hasn’t always been the case.

    Sep 1, 2016 Willie Clark

    Buzzwords: Hardball

    To be uncompromising in your methods or dealings, especially in business of politics

    So while the word — and the practice — might make you roll your eyes, playing hardball can be useful and even necessary when the stakes are high. But please, use sparingly both verbally and in action.

    Sep 1, 2016 Robin Epley

    Trending on Twitter

    Sightings Happenings Around Town

    Volunteer with Unseen Heroes

    Net Numbers

    Raised for Glory

    Poll: Are Your Bosses Expectations Too High?

    Farm to Fan

    Youth Sports Should be a Kid’s Game

    Dilemma of the Month: Unrealistic Performance Goals

    Why Connecting with Strangers on Social Media May Not be Smart

    Farm-to-Fork Offers Veggie-Studded Lineup

    Knock it Off

    Game Face

    Healthy Competition Builds A Gold-Medal Team

    Artists to Take Center Stage at Sacramento Mural Festival

    Sacramento to Host California Craft Beer Summit

    Buzzword: Placemaking

    How Oak Park Promise Vows to Improve the Neighborhood

    Encounters with Keepers at the Sacramento Zoo

    Rise Up Belize! Aspires to Help Children

    Vacation Like a Freelance Boss

    Republic FC Relies on Fan Feedback for Stadium Plans

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