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Justin Scott, director of information technology at Hornady Manufacturing, attended the event.

“As I came aboard (Career Pathways Institute) and started serving on the IT technical advisory board, the relationships with GISH’s Scott Fox started to grow (through student job shadowing),” Scott said. Fox is a business teacher at Career Pathways Institute.

“Hornady has graciously allowed us to foster and develop a program where we will work with Mr. Fox, who provides a great array of students with whom we will interview, select and hire (as real world employees) and allow them to be a part of the operations of a hometown company that is doing business around the world,” he said.

Scott said having local students and a local business involved is “a real value-fit that allows kids to explore a career path while being guided and surrounded by business professionals.”

Neil Wardyn, virtual chief technology officer and business

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Senior Business Analyst – Retail Bank Product Experience Team job with Capital One

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Senior Business Analyst – Retail Bank Product Experience Team

Summary: As a Senior Business Analyst at Capital One, you will apply your strategic and analytical skills to major company challenges. You will team with world-class professionals to develop and test strategies that ultimately impact the bottom line. And you will do it all in a collaborative environment that values your insight, encourages you to take on new responsibility, promotes continuous learning, and rewards innovation.

Product Experience brings together two amazing teams – “Product” and “Operations” – with the singular focus of offering Customers a simple and effective experience with our banking products. Whether it’s financial or digital products, the fraud protections embedded in the products, or the operational components that allow for the financial products to come to life, we are each an integral part of the Product Experience for the

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Senior Executives Quit China Wealth Fund Over Pay, Opportunities

(Bloomberg) — China’s sovereign wealth fund is losing senior-level talent at one of the worst possible times.

Three of China Investment Corp.’s top executives have resigned since April, leaving the $941 billion fund without some of its most experienced managers during a period of historic volatility in global markets. The departures add to a steady exodus in recent years that has included at least 17 team heads and managing directors.

Conversations with former and current managers point to shrinking opportunities, sliding compensation competitiveness and rising restrictions, all of which erode CIC’s attractiveness as a government-owned institution trying to operate as a market-based investor. The departures have now become significant enough that they threaten to hurt the fund’s returns, according to Li Jie, head of the foreign reserves research center at Beijing’s Central University of Finance and Economics.

“There’s no doubt that CIC’s appeal to talent in the market has been

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