Mays Business School, Humana Announce Fifth Annual Healthcare Analytics Case Competition

The Mays Business School at Texas A&M University and leading health and well-being company Humana Inc. have announced the details of the 2021 Humana-Mays Healthcare Analytics Case Competition to showcase students’ analytical abilities to solve a real-world business problem.

The prize package for the winning teams has increased to $80,000, with $50,000 for first place, $20,000 for second place, and $10,000 for third place. The fifth annual competition will be held virtually and is open to all accredited educational institutions based in the United States.

“Healthcare is one of the three grand challenges established at Mays during our strategic planning process. This process also yielded our vision, which is to advance the world’s prosperity,” said Duane Ireland, interim dean of Mays Business School. “The national analytics competition is an important part of our commitment to address healthcare issues. Enhancing the quality of this competition is the fact that it attracts

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Nicholls receives $3.5 million grant to establish new business center

Nicholls State University has received a $3.5 million grant to establish a center that will help start-up businesses get established.

Construction of the approximately 8,000-square-foot Bayou Region Incubator is expected to begin in the fall and will cost about $2.6 million, university officials said today.

The center will be located at the same site as the future Coastal Center, at the corner of Acadia and Ardoyne Drive.

Inside the incubator, small businesses will have access to collaborative workspaces, meeting rooms, private offices and a conference room.

The remaining $900,000 will contribute to operating expenses. Following the end of the two-year grant period, the incubator will become a self-managed nonprofit.

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“This grant will cement Nicholls State University as the economic heart of the Bayou Region,” Nicholls President Jay Clune said in a news release. “We expect the Bayou Region Incubator will

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United States Vitamin & Mineral Premixes Market Research Report 2021 – Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 – ResearchAndMarkets.com |

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug 24, 2021–

The “Vitamin & Mineral Premixes Market Research Report by Function, by Form, by Application, by State – United States Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com‘s offering.

The United States Vitamin & Mineral Premixes Market is projected to grow with a significant CAGR in the forecast period

Economic development and substantial infrastructure development have constituted regional revenue generation. Further, the patterns associated with domestic production, import and export, and consumption have helped market participants to analyze and capitalize on potential opportunities.

Besides, the qualitative and quantitative parameters provided in the report with detailed analysis highlights the driving and restraining factors of the United States Vitamin & Mineral Premixes Market.

Market Statistics:

In this report, the years 2018 and 2019 are considered historical years, 2020 as the base year, 2021 as the estimated year, and years from 2022 to

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AU Small Finance Bank clarifies on recent executive exits; analysts flag concerns



a group of people in a store: AU Small Finance Bank shares jump 8% as Q1 deposits, AUM improve


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AU Small Finance Bank shares jump 8% as Q1 deposits, AUM improve

AU Small Finance Bank shares continue to remain under pressure on Wednesday after the company confirmed the resignation of its Head of Internal Audit Sumit Dhir. CNBC-TV18 had earlier reported that Dhir was the replacement of Nitin Gupta, Chief Audit Officer at the bank who resigned four months ago.

This was the third top-level exit at the bank after the resignation of Alok Gupta, Chief Risk Officer of the bank.

However, the company’s management clarified saying that Dhir expressed his desire to move back to his hometown due to personal reasons post-Covid second wave and the bank was trying to retain him.

The stock price of AU SFB had plunged more than 12 percent on Tuesday after the CNBC-TV18 newsbreak.

Read here: AU Small Finance Bank sees another exit, Internal Audit Head Sumit

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