Candlelites

Everything from Everywhere

institutional acceptance - Search

institutional acceptance Searched between all the resources and sites across the web. To view the full text news click on the links searched. All links are displayed with the source site.



james simons tops institutional investor’s alpha list


advertisement | advertise on newsdayjames simons, the founder of east setauket-based renaissance technologies, was the world's top-earning hedge fund manager in 2016 with $1.6 billion, according to institutional investor's alpha. above, simons speaks at an event in queens on friday, nov. 4, 2016. (credit: newsday / j. conrad williams jr.) james simons, the founder of east setauket-based renaissance technologies, was the world’s top-earning hedge fund manager in 2016, earning $1.6 billion, according to the annual ranking released tuesday by institutional investor’s alpha, an online publication.simons finished $200 million ahead of runner-up ray dalio, founder of bridgewater associates.simons, who alpha said is the only...






listen to bob dylan's nobel prize acceptance speech


just as reading the lyrics that won bob dylan the nobel prize in literature isn’t the same as listening to them sung, his acceptance speech is best enjoyed in the audio sense.it’s even accompanied by a soothing piano background track.enjoy a legend speaking of legends.full story at youtube via kottke.at the corner of music & literature. posted by kate rinsema






cuny mistake turns li student’s acceptance to rejection


advertisement | advertise on newsdayon april 12, 2017 news 12 long island spoke with andrei aziz, the student who had gotten an acceptance letter from his number one college pick, the prestigious sophie davis biomedical education program at the city university of new york, only to be told seven days later that he actually hadn't been accepted - the admission letter had been delivered due to a clerical error. andrei aziz went to celebratory dinners with his parents and friends. he shared with family overseas the news of his acceptance to an elite city university of new york undergraduate and medical school program. and he said yes to an upcoming event for admitted students, looking forward to meeting future classmates and professors.last week, his mother appeared anxious as they drove to th






teen turns harvard acceptance letter into her prom date


a minnesota teen didn’t stress when she couldn’t get a date to senior prom. priscilla samey, who got accepted into seven ivy league schools, decided to take her harvard acceptance letter as her date.read: all the feels: chicago teen takes best friend with special needs to prom“couldn’t find a man to accept me for prom so i took a college that did #harvard2021 #prom2k17,” the 17-year-old high school senior tweeted along with a pre-prom photo of herself saturday (april 29).samey, a first generation american daughter of togolese immigrants, earned a full scholarship to harvard where she will be studying political science and plans to enter the field of business law. she was also accepted into princeton, yale, cornell, columbia, brown, and the university of pennsylvania.read: four brothers cel






kinja roundup


deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countrikinja!today 10:44amfiled to: morning favorites0deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countries hate trump even more than we do | the root ‘i could kill you’: video shows off-duty ill. police officer pinning black teen to the ground | fusion how to give poor people money in order to save the world |replyleave a reply






kinja roundup


deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countrikinja!45 minutes agofiled to: morning favorites0deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countries hate trump even more than we do | the root ‘i could kill you’: video shows off-duty ill. police officer pinning black teen to the ground | fusion how to give poor people money in order to save the world |replyleave a reply






kinja roundup


deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countrikinja!52 minutes agofiled to: morning favorites0deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countries hate trump even more than we do | the root ‘i could kill you’: video shows off-duty ill. police officer pinning black teen to the ground | fusion how to give poor people money in order to save the world |replyleave a reply






kinja roundup


deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countrikinja!51 minutes agofiled to: morning favorites0deadspin russell westbrook’s mvp acceptance speech was worth the wait | the slot poll: other countries hate trump even more than we do | the root ‘i could kill you’: video shows off-duty ill. police officer pinning black teen to the ground | fusion how to give poor people money in order to save the world |replyleave a reply






it's the week letters arrive for eighth graders in socal


friday is a big day for eighth graders in southern california.lots of private schools are sending out their acceptance letters that are supposed to arrive on friday.sports programs will be crossing their fingers and hoping their top prospects get accepted.certain high schools have waiting lists to get in, so if you get a letter of acceptance, mom and dad might be doing somersaults in the living room on friday.for the latest on high school sports, follow @latsondheimer on twitter






ole miss disputes ncaa lack of institutional control charge


oxford, miss. — the university of mississippi has contested the ncaa's charges of lack of institutional control and failure to monitor by head coach hugh freeze.the ole miss football program released its response tuesday to a second ncaa notice of allegations in less than two years. the first noa alleged 13 violations while the second added eight more, bringing the total to 21. fifteen of them are classified by the ncaa as level i, which the governing body deems most serious.some of the charges date back to the tenure of previous coach houston nutt, who was fired in 2011, but most of the case involves conduct that happened under freeze. the sprawling case involves alleged academic, booster, and recruiting misconduct.ole miss has already self-imposed several penalties.






stock screener fundamental download


download download this app provides the full fundamental screener for stocks in nasdaq, nyse, and amex exchange, with following filters: p/e- foward p/e- peg- p/s- p/b- price/cash- price/free cash flow- eps growth this year- eps growth next year- eps growth pass 5 years- pes growth qtr over qtr- return on assets- return equity- return on investment- current ratio- quick ratio- lt debt/equity- debt/equity- gross margin- operating margin- net profit margin- payout ratio- insider ownership- insider transaction- institutional ownership- institutional transactions.






oscars 2017: write your own acceptance speech by filling in the blanks


if your big award-winning moment came, what would you say? try our speech generator to help you find the perfect words.share storyby ardua harrisseattle times entertainment and lifestyle editordo you dream of winning an academy award? what would you say in your acceptance speech? we’re here to help. fill in the word prompts to generate your own award-worthy speech.ardua harris: [email protected] seattle times entertainment and lifestyle editorcustom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






the latest: evers says institutional racism exists in state


madison, wis. — the latest on state agency budget briefings to the legislature's joint finance committee (all times local):7:45 p.m.state superintendent tony evers says he believes institutional racism is an issue with the state's schools.evers made the comment thursday when asked during a briefing before the legislature's budget-writing committee about how the achievement gap between white students and students of color could be narrowed.evers says the state has "difficulty around race issues." evers, who is white, says many people who work in the schools "look like me" and were raised in small towns with little interaction with non-white people.evers says, "that doesn't get you to a place where you're culturally competent. that's a huge issue. that's not something that can be changed wit






columbia university accidentally sends acceptance notices


new york — columbia university says it's strengthening its procedures after it accidentally sent acceptance notices to 277 prospective students and then recalled them.columbia says the emails, sent wednesday, "incorrectly implied" that the applicants had been accepted into its school of public health's master's program.the university said friday that it immediately discovered its mistake and sent follow-up emails within an hour.vice dean for education julie kornfeld says columbia "deeply" apologizes. she says columbia values applicants' "energy and enthusiasm" and regrets the "stress and confusion" the mistake caused.






think open source is a meritocracy? it is, but only if no one knows you're a wom


the study finds a bias against open-source code written by women. image: istock of course, it would be ridiculous to suggest that women coders should hide their gender to achieve greater acceptance. yet a study looking at gender bias in open-source software projects on github has found that code written by women is accepted more often than that written by men, but only if the contributor can't be identified as a woman. the findings, which are discussed in a new paper released this week, highlight flaws in the notion that open-source software is a meritocracy that rewards those who work hardest and perform the best. the study focused on differences in the acceptance rates of pull requests written by women and men. pull requests, or suggested changes to code in a repository, are first review






here's what it really takes to get into the ivy league these days | college choi


many prospective harvard students touch the left shoe of the john harvard statue for luck. but you need way more than luck to get in. (istock/getty images)the eight ivy league schools — brown, columbia, cornell, dartmouth, harvard, the university of pennsylvania, princeton and yale — had a total of 281,060 applicants for the class of 2021. of those applicants, less than 10% got admissions offers. harvard had the lowest acceptance rate out of all the ivies, at just 5%. clearly, getting into any ivy league school is an impressive achievement. so, how do people do it?get those grades and test scores upfor starters, if you want to go to an ivy, you’re going to need stellar grades and test scores. these are the two most important admissions factors according to the national association for coll






the most selective ivy league schools revealed | the global dispatch


share thistagscollege educationcolumbiaconnecticuteducation standardseducation systemharvardivy leaguemanhattanmassachusettsnew jerseynew yorknew york cityprincetonyalethe ivy league school selections were released in march and clearly showed which schools were the most selective when it came to taking on new students.  although most ivy league schools are notoriously hard to get into, the majority having an acceptance rate of less than 10%, some are clearly more picky than others.  in this article, we’re going to take a look at the top four based on their ‘class of 2021’ acceptance rates.1. harvardthe hardest school to get a place at is currently harvard.  although an early action program has been reintroduced at harvard, the school only accepted 5.2% of the students who applied for a pos






cannabis companies flock to canada as us laws keep them off stock exchange


while more than half of u.s. states allow marijuana for medical or recreational use, the drug is still outlawed by the federal government, starving pot entrepreneurs of institutional capital.






airbnb follows super bowl ad with call to house 100k in need


airbnb is following up its super bowl ad calling for acceptance with a paign to provide short-term housing over the next five years for 100,000 people in need.an announcement on the rental service's website says it plans to start with refugees, disaster survivors and relief workers, but wants "to accommodate many more types of displaced people over time." the company also says it will donate $4 million over four years to the international rescue committee.airbnb also touched on discrimination experienced by some renters. the company says it's looking to achieve "greater acceptance in our community."airbnb's super bowl spot showed faces of people of different races and included the line, "the world is more beautiful the more you accept."






ecolab misses wall street's q1 profit expectations by a penny


ecolab experienced sales growth across most of its businesses, but had higher product costs than expected for the first quarter. results barely missed analysts' expectations, officials reported tuesday.the st. paul-based sanitizing, water filtration and chemicals maker reported product sales increases in its institutional, industrial and pest-elimination businesses. ecolab's struggling energy business saw sales fall but enjoyed a boost to quarterly profits amid pricing gains and cost cutting.companywide, total sales rose 2 percent to $3.2 billion, while profits jumped 10 percent to $253.5 million, or 86 cents per share. excluding one-time tax gains and special charges, earnings rose 4 percent to 80 cents per share, or a penny shy of analysts' consensus expectations.for full-year 2017, ecol






why were people booing after adele's acceptance speech?


after winning her grammy for song of the year for "hello," adele used much of her acceptance speech to thank the song's producer and co-writer greg kurstin. “i’d like to thank greg because greg kept coming to england for me, to work with me," adele said. “he would come to me in england so i didn’t have to leave my son and yet he would leave [his] son and daughter. so thank you for your patience with me and for helping to create my favorite song i’ve ever done.” but when kurstin, a native angeleno, stepped up to the microphone, music began to play, cutting him off entirely and drawing boos from the audience. earlier, during the non-televised portion of the show, kurstin accepted a grammy for producer of the year, nonclassical. the interruption was not lost on viewers who expressed thei






bitcoin hits record $2,000 — and rising


inflation worries and more global acceptance offset setbacks like a proposed etf.        






cuny mistake turns li student’s acceptance to rejection


andrei aziz went to celebratory dinners with his parents and friends. he shared with family overseas the news of his acceptance to an elite city university of new york undergraduate and medical school program. and he said yes to an upcoming event for admitted students, looking forward to meeting future classmates and professors.last week, his mother appeared anxious as they drove to their plainview home and he asked her why.most popular“you didn’t actually get into sophie davis,” the bethpage high school senior recalled his mother telling him. “she told me the dean [of admissions] says he’s sorry.”officials with the sophie davis biomedical education program, part of cuny’s school of medicine, acknowledged wednesday they had sent aziz an acceptance via email on march 28 that was intended fo






dj khaled shares his “shining” moment with beyonce and jay z


dj khaled didn’t take home the “best rap album” award at the 59th annual grammy awards, but he sure did shake up the internet as adele was giving her tear ridden acceptance speech for “album of the year.” however, we should note that even though bey didn’t take home the prestigious award, the 25 singer profusely thanked beyonce for lemonaade’s genius — and we agree. read: beyonce delivers a moving acceptance speech at the grammysstill, the social media king didn’t let the lack of trophies stop his grind. through tidal, dj khaled unleashed his most high profile collaboration to date. with the help of queen bey and jay z, “shining” was added to khaled’s already impressive resume of tracks. the cover artwork features an image the dj’s baby son, ashad khaled.






signs she may be the right lady for you | the global dispatch


share thistagsdatingdating advicefloridamarriagemarriage tipslet’s be honest with each other, when it comes to love and finding the right woman, most of us are pretty clueless! so here are a few pointers to help you decide whether she might be the right lady for you.firstly, if you are experiencing a number of encounters in your quest to find the right lady, it makes sense to take care of your sexual health and find out about testing services. the right lady will thank you for this in the future.acceptance is a big dealit is definitely a good sign if you are both able to accept each other for what you are and who you are, rather than trying to make any changes.acceptance of each other is a big deal in a relationship. so the fact that you see your lady as a unique person who has her own cha






from bette to colbert, watch the 5 most buzzed-about tony awards moments


even without a musical steamroller such as "hamilton," sunday night's 71st tony awards at radio city music hall in new york city still made headlines.from kevin spacey's musical ventures to bette midler's wacky acceptance filibuster, here are five of the most buzzed-about moments from the ceremony.1. bette midler's show-stopping (literally) acceptance speechthe iconic singer and actress, who made a broadway comeback in the "hello, dolly!" revival, took home the penultimate award for lead actress in a musical (her first-ever competitive tony award win). even though midler did not perform a song from the equally legendary musical, she still managed to hijack the spotlight with an epic filibuster of an acceptance speech that clocked in at approximately 4 minutes and 15 seconds."i'd like to th






diversitymobile for windows 10 download


download download diversitymobile - recording biological research data in nature diversitymobile is an app for biologists, ecologists and citizen scientists being experienced in recording observation data in nature. data may be directly entered into the smartphone database which follows the diversity workbench information model. mechanisms of automated recording and storage of gps data and the manual recording of multimedia data are included. during that process there is no need to be online. the dm virtual environment covers a synchronisation tool and several web services for bidirectional data transfer with an institutional data repository. features: recording of research data and metadata with automatic inclusion of gps data - recording of multimedia data (images, audio, video) - data t






despite recent controversy, tanium announces a $100 million secondary sale


tanium hasn’t had the best year, but a new stock sale is telegraphing that while the company may be down, it’s far from out. this morning, the 10-year-old, emeryville, ca.-based company, whose technology enables organizations to continuously scan all endpoints in a network to detect vulnerabilities and unmanaged devices, is announcing that it has raised $100 million led by the private equity firm tpg.the deal assigns the company a post-money valuation of  $3.75 million, meaning tanium is essentially priced the same as when it last raised roughly $150 million from investors in 2015 at a post-money valuation of $3.65 billion.tanium’s ceo, orion hindawi, says the company has $300 million in cash and investor capital in the bank and that it didn’t need to raise money.the company nevertheless “






ohio quadruplets will all attend yale university


in april 2017, four brothers had a life-changing experience when they received acceptance letters from harvard, duke, georgetown, yale and stanford. the quadruplets were then faced with a mounting decision: which college will they call home.read: four brothers celebrate ivy league glory during college acceptance seasonaccording to usa today, that home for the siblings will be yale university. the ohio natives shared their revelation and elation on the today show on monday (may 1). they also based their decision off of the amount of financial aid they’ll receive from the institution.in an initial interview with the washington post, aaron wade summed up his brothers — zach, nigel and nick’s feelings. “the outcome has shocked us. we didn’t go into this thinking, ‘oh, we’re going to apply to a






dj khaled shares his “shining” moment with beyonce and jay z


dj khaled didn’t take home the “best rap album” award at the 59th annual grammy awards, but he sure did shake up the internet as adele was giving her tear ridden acceptance speech for “album of the year.” however, we should note that even though bey didn’t take home the prestigious award, the 25 singer profusely thanked beyonce for lemonaade’s genius — and we agree. read: beyonce delivers a moving acceptance speech at the grammysstill, the social media king didn’t let the lack of trophies stop his grind. through tidal, dj khaled unleashed his most high profile collaboration to date. with the help of queen bey and jay z, “shining” was added to khaled’s already impressive resume of tracks. the cover artwork features an image the dj’s baby son, ashad khaled. stream it below before it hits spo






despite recent controversy, tanium announces a $100 million secondary sale


tanium hasn’t had the best year, but a new stock sale is telegraphing that while the company may be down, it’s far from out. this morning, the 10-year-old, emeryville, ca.-based company, whose technology enables organizations to continuously scan all endpoints in a network to detect vulnerabilities and unmanaged devices, is announcing that it has raised $100 million led by the private equity firm tpg.the deal assigns the company a post-money valuation of  $3.75 million, meaning tanium is essentially priced the same as when it last raised roughly $150 million from investors in 2015 at a post-money valuation of $3.65 billion.tanium’s ceo, orion hindawi, says the company has $300 million in cash and investor capital in the bank and that it didn’t need to raise money.instead, he says, the comp






pentagon delays acceptance of transgender recruits and officers


the delay comes hours before the deadline for a new policy to recruit transgender troops        






controversies force sheriff david clarke to rescind his acceptance of homeland s


controversial milwaukee sheriff david clarke has reversed his acceptance of president donald trump’s nomination for a job in the department of homeland security (dhs), according to a saturday report in the washington post.“late friday, milwaukee county sheriff david clarke jr. formally notified secretary of homeland security john f. kelly that he had rescinded his acceptance of the agency’s offer to join dhs as an assistant secretary,” said craig peterson, a spokesman for the sheriff. “sheriff clarke is 100 percent committed to the success of president trump and believes his skills could be better utilized to promote the president’s agenda in a more aggressive role.”trump nominated clarke for a position at dhs in april, but within days, allegations surfaced that clarke had plagiarized port






airbnb follows super bowl ad with call to house 100k in need


airbnb is following up its super bowl ad calling for acceptance with a paign to provide short-term housing over the next five years for 100,000 people in need.an announcement on the rental service's website said it plans to start with refugees, disaster survivors and relief workers, but wants "to accommodate many more types of displaced people over time." the company also said it will donate $4 million over four years to the international rescue committee.airbnb also touched on discrimination experienced by some renters. the company said it's looking to achieve "greater acceptance in our community."airbnb's super bowl spot showed faces of people of different races and included the line, "the world is more beautiful the more you accept."airbnb allows renters to offer their accommodations fo






law professor explains how trump is destroying democracy with appointments and b


a university of chicago law school professor has well-researched insight into the existential questions about the nature – or even future – of democracy in america.aziz huq is the frank and bernice j. greenberg professor of law at the university of chicago law school. professor huq literally wrote the book on assessing constitutional performance.“president donald trump’s abrupt firing of fbi director james comey prompted two immediate questions: is the firing legal, and is this a constitutional crisis?” professor huq questioned. “but are these even the right questions to pose?”“since assuming office in january, donald trump has been called a fascist, an authoritarian and a would-be autocrat, but what are the precise dangers his presidency poses?” alexandra rosenmann at alternet wondered.pr






meryl streep renews harsh criticism of trump in emotional speech


donald trump responds to meryl streep speechduring meryl streep's acceptance speech at the golden globes, she condemned president-elect donald trump’s campaign-trail comments about a reporter with a disability. (jan. 9, 2017)during meryl streep's acceptance speech at the golden globes, she condemned president-elect donald trump’s campaign-trail comments about a reporter with a disability. (jan. 9, 2017)see more videos






columbia university accidentally sends acceptance notices


powered by livefyre the opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of the seattle times.






tpg raises au$320m to fund australian mobile network


tpg has announced raising au$320 million to help fund its new australian mobile network through an institutional entitlement offer following its procurement of 700mhz mobile broadband spectrum.the funds were raised primarily by major shareholder and ceo david teoh, who contributed au$238 million alongside fellow major shareholder washington h soul pattinson, with the remaining au$81.5 million raised by subscriptions for new fully paid ordinary tpg shares at an offer price of au$5.25 per share.latest australian newsthe entitlement offer's uptake was 93 percent among eligible institutional shareholders, tpg said.tpg is hoping to raise an additional au$80.5 million through a one for 11.13 retail entitlement offer, which will open on friday and remain open until may 12.in total, tpg wants to r