Alpha Industries

16 Jun 19
KTLA

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16 Jun 19
WANE
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A change that Indiana lawmakers made this spring to a tax incentive for startups is being hailed as a big win for the tech industry because it promises to make it easier for fledgling businesses to attract out-of-state investors. Legislation signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb will allow investors to transfer Indiana’s Venture Capital Investment tax credits starting next year. Transferring the credits will allow out-of-state investors to essentially sell them to someone in the state who can take advantage, the Indianapolis Business Journal reported . Many tech community leaders believe the change will encourage out-of-state investment in Indiana startups. “It’s certainly not the only driver when making the decision about whether to invest in a company,” said Mike Simmons, executive chairman and president of Sharpen Technologies. “But it certainly makes it a much easier decision.” The state’s VCI tax credit program allows an individual who invests in an Indiana startup to claim a tax credit worth 20% of the investment. Someone investing $500,000 in an eligible startup can receive a $100,000 cut in income taxes owed to the state. The credit is capped at $1 million. Startups eligible for the program have to register with the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and set a venture capital fundraising goal. Investors can receive the 20% credit until the company reaches its target, which is capped at $5 million. The development group can only award $12.5 million in tax credits each year. The total credits haven’t yet reached the cap. “What’s so great about it is, it provides virtually an immediate return on investment,” Simmons said. Scott McCorkle used the credit to attract investors for his software company, MetaCX Inc. “It makes for more aggressive investments, so a higher level of funding,” McCorkle said. The change also gives Indiana a selling point over neighboring Illinois, Michigan and Ohio, where the tax credit isn’t transferable. Scott Dorsey, a tech entrepreneur and investor who helped establish venture studio High Alpha, said, “It just gives us a bigger platform to tell the story of all the great things that are happening in the state of Indiana startup scene.” ___ Information from: Indianapolis Business Journal, http://www.ibj.com Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
16 Jun 19
AQA Triple Science Stuff

Background radiation: Radiation that humans are constantly exposed to. It can be natural or artificial. Natural Radiation Radon gas from grounds Buildings and grounds Cosmic rays Food and drink Artficial Radiation Nuclear power/weapons testing Medical (X-rays, chemotherapy) Average radiation dosage Radiation Dosage Radiation is measures in sieverts (Sv). However, BG radiation is so small its […]

29 May 19
EDHECinfra

This blog was first public on top1000funds.com The EDHECinfra/G20 survey of infrastructure benchmarking practices, which included representatives of 130 asset owners accounting for $10 trillion, has found that existing performance monitoring benchmarks are self-defeating for asset owners and managers. But improvement, in the form of a more representative, better defined benchmarks, may be possible thanks to recent […]

16 Jun 19
Financhill

For technology investors, artificial intelligence (AI) is the next frontier. And for good reason, as Accenture finds investments in AI will turbocharge the economy, boosting productivity in the U.S. by more than a third and nearly doubling GDP growth rates. Early-stage AI investors are in a key position for multidecade returns. We asked a trio […]

16 Jun 19
🎮gaming🎮

minecraft celebrated 10th anniversary let us know more about history of minecraft Minecraft currently has an online game world that is larger than the physical surface of the earth. It didn’t start out like that, though. Little by little, the game has expanded and become far more than its humble origins. Let’s take a look […]

16 Jun 19
two-minute testament

Henry Gruver – Fallen Angels Chained Beneath Streets of Rome! Hillsong Church Affirms Full Pro-LGBTQ Position As They Hold Their One World Religion Alpha Conference Featuring A Roman Catholic Mass Whistleblower Documents Censorship Of Christians, Bible Verses, And Pro-Life Group At Pinterest, While YouTube And Twitter Try To Kill The Story D.MAIL- Under the eye […]

16 Jun 19
Daily News
Brian Palmer stood before the group of judges as his team members held up a hand-made poster. “Who here woke up late?” Palmer said. “Don’t worry. We have a solution.” His group of teen boys, many who met this weekend for the first time, had invented “Pillow Vibes,” an app-activated pillow to shake someone awake. In the space of about an hour, the teens had to devise a product, name, investment and selling plan for a “Shark Tank”-style competition. The “Shark Tank” was part of a three-day experience happening this weekend at Cal State Northridge, for about 60 minority teen boys and the men serving as their mentors. #gallery-3177434-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3177434-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-3177434-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3177434-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ (l-r) Diego McGowan and Joriyan Bates work out the cost of an item that they want to pitch in a “Shark Tank” project. More than 50 African American, Hispanic and Latino young men met at CSUN over the weekend for the first Kappa League Confernce. The leadership conference covered college information, team building, news production and mental health on June 15, 2019. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) Kids work on a “Shark Tankl” project. More than 50 African American, Hispanic and Latino young men met at CSUN over the weekend for the first Kappa League Confernce. The leadership conference covered college information, team building, news production and mental health on June 15, 2019. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) Tim Lankford gives instruction. More than 50 African American, Hispanic and Latino young men met at CSUN over the weekend for the first Kappa League Confernce. The leadership conference covered college information, team building, news production and mental health on June 15, 2019. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) Terrance Campbell talks with (l-r) Mikial English, Elijah Davis and Isaiah Brazzell about their “Shark Tank” project. More than 50 African American, Hispanic and Latino young men met at CSUN over the weekend for the first Kappa League Confernce. The leadership conference covered college information, team building, news production and mental health on June 15, 2019. (Photo by John McCoy, Contributing Photographer) The Southern California alumni chapters of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity have put together a program this weekend of cybersecurity and news production activities, information on college, discussions on mental health and relationships, social events to meet other teens from across Southern California and overnight stays at the college, a first for the vast majority of the teens. Their hosts are alumni of the national fraternity – successful black men who are community leaders, entrepreneurs, teachers and business managers. The fraternity alumni run the Kappa League, a nationwide program for minority high school boys that involves volunteerism, preparation for college and leadership skills. This weekend is the first such conference for the western Kappa League groups, said Anthony Lee, director of the San Fernando-Santa Clarita Kappa League. “It’s designed to give these young men the tools to graduate from high school, then graduate from college. Then we put leaders in communities,” Lee said of the Kappa League. Lee estimated that at least half the teens do not have a dad living at home with them. Although that’s not the focus of the organization, Kappa League does provide meaningful mentoring relationships for these young men, Lee and several other leaders of Kappa League said. Gil Brown, leader of the Western Province of the fraternity, remembers a black man who was an important role model for him at a crucial time – a high school math teacher who pushed him and believed in him. “I believe, and members of the fraternity believe, that as college-trained men, it’s our obligation to give back to our community,” Brown said. “Someone made a difference in my life by just being there for me, so I have an obligation to pay it forward.” More than teaching leadership, this weekend at CSUN was designed to reach the teens at their level by addressing concerns important to them, Lee added. On Saturday night, there was a planned forum on mental health, relationships and social media. Teen girls from another youth organization were scheduled to attend, with the aim of sparking discussion on how music and social media affect the teens’ interactions and perceptions of each other. “We wanted them to be engaged. We want to provide the information they want to hear and what they need to hear,” Lee said. “Our whole thing is we try to meet them where they are.” Terrance Campbell, a cybersecurity teacher and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity alumni, came to the weekend event to lead the teens in cybersecurity activities and a news production exercise planned for Sunday. “What’s very important for these young men is that they see folks of color, like them, in the tech industry,” Campbell said. A hands-on activity like the “Shark Tank” exercise makes the idea of one day becoming an entrepreneur more real, he said. Andy Harris, heading into his first year at Morehouse College this fall, participated in Kappa League as a high school student in Burbank. Harris said he wants to become a sports journalist. “When I joined the program, I was really blown away. Where I live, in Burbank, there were not that many people that looked like me, African American,” Harris said. “Being in this program allowed me to see people that I want to be and to learn from them.”
15 Jun 19
Brighton Glenelg Conservation and Environment Group

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search “Emphysema” redirects here. For the abnormal occurrence of gas within tissue, see pneumatosis. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Other names Chronic obstructive lung disease (COLD), chronic obstructive airway disease (COAD), chronic bronchitis, emphysema, pulmonary emphysema, others Gross pathology of a lung showing […]

15 Jun 19
Archy news nety

Lederer & Associates Investment Counsel decreased its stake in Apple Inc (AAPL) by 12.55% based on its latest 2019Q1 regulatory filing with the SEC. Lederer & Associates Investment Counsel sold 3,975 shares as the company’s stock rose 12.19% with the market. The institutional investor held 27,686 shares of the computer manufacturing company at the end […]

15 Jun 19
KTLA

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15 Jun 19
Phlixblog

Most at times you may be given a project in school to write everything you know about your country or you are a tourist planning on a visit to another mans land to get a whole new experience. Well you don’t to get worried if it’s Ghana you are interested in. Ghana was was once […]

15 Jun 19
cryptoarea

Not surprisingly, in the era of internet technology, people are now starting to look for more different information content. At the same time, regardless of the reality of the Internet, the Internet can determine one of the biggest positions in our lives. The industry is growing exponentially, but we haven’t seen a single, integrated payment […]