Top 10 ASU Business Analytics Master’s Coming to Los Angeles in August 2021 | State

TEMPE, Ariz., April 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Arizona State University’s plans for its new ASU California Center in downtown Los Angeles took another step forward today with the announcement that the W. P. Carey School of Business will be launching its highly ranked Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS-BA) in California for the fall 2021 semester. The program is currently accepting applications for the first cohort, part of ASU’s inaugural class of students based in California.

The ASU California Center is located in the historic Los Angeles Herald Examiner building, constructed by William Randolph Hearst and completed in 1914. Opening in August, ASU’s new home in California will include classrooms, conference spaces, venues for community events, and more. In addition to the W. P. Carey School, more than 15 academic colleges and administrative units will call the ASU California Center home, including the recently christened Sidney

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Yellen’s (Proposed) Tax Cartel

Welcome to the Capital Note, a newsletter about business, finance, and economics. On the menu today: Biden’s tax plans go global, the return of the doom loop, Germany’s green new dud, robots and jobs, and problems with index funds. To sign up for the Capital Note, follow this link.

A Tax Hike So Destructive that It Needs (But Won’t Get) a Cartel to Contain the Damage
Cartels generally operate in predictable ways. One of those predictable ways is that they attempt to keep prices high. Part of the price of government is tax. It is unsurprising, therefore, that Janet Yellen has floated the “bold” (NPR’s adjective, not mine) idea of a global minimum corporate tax, in the wake of what is planned to be a substantial increase in America’s corporate-tax burden.

Three things about any such increase really should not be up for debate.


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Magenta Announces ChargeGrid Prisma For Residential Complexes

Magenta has introduced ChargeGrid Prisma for large residential complexes. This solution is developed specifically at solving the complex and multi-faceted problems for EV charging at residential societies where not everyone has dedicated parking slots. This situation forced EV enthusiasts to resort to pulling wires from homes to parking areas; this was not only extremely unsafe, but legality issues were also involved.

ChargeGrid Prisma solves this challenge by addressing multiple issues and involving multiple stakeholders. This EV charging hardware is amenable to multiuser profile. The user interfacing software integrates with the existing Facility management software of residential societies and reduces the pain of the society in managing the EV charging process.

Magenta over the last one yar worked with multiple RWA (Residential welfare Associations), Apartment Federations and EV owners to understand the problem and solve each of these challenges. The outcome is a unique model which leverages the charging assets for

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Minority business help in northwest Ohio

The MBAC office will offer one-on-one consultations with minorities who wish to start their own business or expand an existing one.

FREMONT, Ohio — The city of Fremont will soon be offering more help for minorities who want to start up their own businesses.

A new satellite office of the University of Toledo’s Minority Business Assistance Center is coming to Sandusky County.

Once a month, minority members, along with women and veterans, will be able to sign up for one-on-one consultations with someone from MBAC.

Shari Mullen, Fremont’s director of diversity and inclusion, said currently about a dozen people in Fremont could use these services to get their new local businesses either off the ground or expanded.

“Help the entrepreneur from the start if they’re at the idea stage of their business. They can meet them in the middle stages if they need support with expanding or marketing. They’ll also

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