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A Closer Look Into The Drywall Services. Drywall is also known as plaster or gypsum board. Due to the popularity of the drywall fittings, more and more people have opted to use them for enhancing the beauty of their homes interior. To give your house a new look within the shortest time, have them installed on the walls and ceilings. If you hire a good professional, the installing process can be very easy and less expensive. With this in mind, you should plan the process according. The following are the steps you need to take if you wish to hire a drywall service San Romano experts. Start by searching online. There are very many firms and you should go through their websites and see what they have to offer. You must also look at the photos of the drywall designs available with them. You should be certain of what you … Read More

Casey Wasserman in Talks to Buy Paradigm Agency Music Assets

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UPDATED: Casey Wasserman, the sports and entertainment entrepreneur who is the grandson of legendary talent agency mogul Lew Wasserman, is in talks to acquire the music assets of Paradigm agency, which has been hard hit by the coronavirus lockdown.

Sources said the talks have been on-again, off-again and there’s a good chance that a deal may never come to fruition. The discussions had not moved to the term-sheet phase as of Wednesday evening. Wasserman, chairman and CEO of Wasserman, is said to have been courted by by Tom Gores, the Platinum Equity CEO who is the brother of Paradigm founder and CEO Sam Gores.

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Paradigm’s operations have been throttled by the sudden shutdown of the live music and event business. The agency has bulked up with a number of acquisition of music booking agencies and artist management boutiques in

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Class I Railroads Eye US-Mexico Intermodal Opportunities

The U.S. Class I railroads say they’re ready to handle any influx of business that might occur at the U.S.-Mexico border as a result of nearshoring and shifting consumer patterns.

The trade deal between the U.S., Mexico and Canada (USMCA) helped to lay a foundation for continued trade among the three countries, while the coronavirus pandemic has raised some questions about expanding sourcing beyond China. 

Tensions between the U.S. and China, as well as consumers’ preferences to access goods more readily, have also factored into the issue of nearshoring.

“With our network, capacity and expertise, BNSF’s Mexico intermodal service is well-positioned to help shippers take advantage of anticipated growth in the movement of consumer goods to and from Mexico,” Paul Hirsch told FreightWaves. Hirsch is the assistant vice president of the Mexico business unit for Western railroad BNSF (NYSE: BRK).

Hirsch said shifting trends in the U.S. and Mexico

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What Harvard MBA Virtual Admissions Events Are Like

It was the first virtual graduation in the history of Harvard Business School

The COVID-19 pandemic forced b-schools across the nation to shift their courses online back in March. And following suit, many in-person events and functions had to be canceled only to be brought back in a virtual state.

At Harvard Business School, two primary admissions programs – the Summer Venture in Management Program (SVMP) and Peek Weekend—went virtual this summer due to the pandemic. Despite the fact that attendees didn’t meet in-person, the virtual gatherings still saw great success, according to an article by the HBS Newsroom.

“One silver lining of the coronavirus pandemic is that it provided an opportunity to expand virtual admissions events beyond what we thought was possible,” Kate Bennett, director of marketing for MBA Admissions at HBS, tells Newsroom. “We were able to reach a far higher number of prospective students—an unprecedented number

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