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Aesthetic Industry Business Leader, Anthony P Castore, CEO, Ziering Medical Group Is Appointed to Aesthetic Industry Association Advisory Board

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Anthony P. Castore, CEO of Ziering Medical, the leader in hair restoration in the United States, has been appointed to the Aesthetic Industry Association [AIA] advisory board. Mr. Castore is a seasoned business expert with a solid reputation for implementing programs, protocols, business development strategies and efficiencies for profitability accelerating growth and scaling elective medical practices.  He has also been published in Inc. magazine and serves as a medical faculty advisor for the AMspa Medical Spa Show.  In his role, Mr. Castore will work with an illustrious group of industry executives to guide and advise AIA in their broad-based efforts to support development, sustainability, and other active business interests of its global aesthetics membership, serving highly-motivated rejuvenation and advanced cosmetic consumers across all demographics.

“We are proud to announce that Anthony Castore, CEO of the prestigious Ziering Medical hair-restoration

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No business ethics for UP Board Class 11 students this year – education

Class 11 students in schools affiliated to the UP Board, who have taken commerce, will not study social responsibilities of businesses and business ethics, as well as the role of businesses in environment protection, as part of their business studies paper this year, UP Board officials said.

On September 18, the Board had adopted a syllabus based on the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for Class 11 commerce students. On September 24, through a gazette notification, the state government implemented a 30% course reduction for this pandemic-hit academic year (2020-21) that has seen schools forced to remain closed for a substantial period of the year.

Under the 30% course reduction, social responsibilities of businesses and business ethics, role of businesses in environment protection, were left out from the course for the business studies paper, but only for this year.

Officials pointed out that the state government had

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Mayor Breed nominates small-business owner to SFMTA board after previous pick’s rejection

San Francisco Mayor London Breed nominated small-business owner Manny Yekutiel on Monday to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s board.

Yekutiel, owner of restaurant, bookstore and political event space Manny’s in the Mission, is also a member of the city’s Small Business Commission and board member of the Valencia Corridor Merchants Association.

The nomination, which requires Board of Supervisors approval, would fill the sixth of the seven SFMTA board positions. In August, the Board of Supervisors rejected Breed’s nomination of transit advocate Jane Natoli and approved nominee Sharon Lai, a former city planner. Breed called the board’s rejection of Natoli’s appointment a “deeply cynical move that represents what is wrong with San Francisco politics.”

Natoli would have been the first transgender woman to serve on the board that oversees a huge swath of the city’s transportation and transit infrastructure, including Muni’s budget, parking and safe bike lanes.

The SFMTA board

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Mayor Breed nominates small business owner to SFMTA board

San Francisco Mayor London Breed nominated small business owner Manny Yekutiel on Monday to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s board.



Emanuel Yekutiel standing in front of a building: San Francisco Mayor London Breed nominated small business owner Manny Yekutiel to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s board.


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San Francisco Mayor London Breed nominated small business owner Manny Yekutiel to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s board.


Yekutiel, owner of restaurant, bookstore and political event space Manny’s in the Mission, is also a member of the city’s Small Business Commission and board member of the Valencia Corridor Merchants Association.

The nomination, which requires Board of Supervisors approval, would fill six of the seven SFMTA board positions. In August, the Board of Supervisors rejected Breed’s nomination of transit advocate Jane Natoli and approved nominee Sharon Lai, a former city planner. Breed called the board’s rejection of Natoli’s appointment a “deeply cynical move that represents what is wrong with San Francisco politics.”

Natoli would have been the first transgender woman

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CBSE Class 10 Elements of Business Question Paper of Board Exam 2020

Elements of Business is emerging out as a popular subject among students these days. Many students opt for this additional/ vocational subject. For all such students, the CBSE Class 10 Elements of Business Question Paper 2020 provided by Jagran Josh can be extremely helpful to know the paper pattern and expected questions for the CBSE Board Exam 2021. This will definitely help them make a good preparation for their exam. The question paper is available here for free PDF download.

CBSE Class 10 Elements of Business Question Paper 2020:

1. A Public Limited Company must have at least ___________ members.

(A) Two

(B) Four

(C) Five

(D) Seven

2. Which of the following is not a source of ownership capital?

(A) Equity shares

(B) Preference shares

(C) Debentures

(D) Retained earnings

3. A company’s common seal is deemed to be its ___________.

(A) Trademark

(B) Logo

(C) Signature

(D) Signboard

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TCS share price surges 4.5% on opening; board to consider equity share buyback proposal later this week

Information Technology major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced that it will consider an equity share buyback proposal later this week on October 7 when the Board of the company meets ahead of the quarterly results. “This is to inform you that the Board of Directors will consider a proposal for buyback of equity shares of the Company, at its meeting to be held on October 7, 2020,” TCS said in regulatory filing on Monday morning. Shares of the IT giant have surged over 54% from its March lows. TCS shares opened 4.54% higher at Rs 2,637 per share.



a close up of a flower garden: Shares of the IT giant have surged over 54% from its March lows. TCS shares opened 4.54% higher at Rs 2,637 per share.


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Shares of the IT giant have surged over 54% from its March lows. TCS shares opened 4.54% higher at Rs 2,637 per share.

The IT firm has initiated two equity share buybacks in the recent past, both of which were for an aggregate amount of Rs

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Topsham reviews ethics concerning designated planning board position

TOPSHAM — Town officials are reviewing whether Topsham Development Inc., which supports economic development in town, should have a designated planning board member on its board.

A change was made in 2012 to the TDI bylaws that added a designated planning board seat to the board of directors, according to Assistant Town Manager Mark Waltz. The town manager, town planner and economic and community development director are also designated members of the board, which must have at least nine members. Selectmen appoint the other board members, who are residents or members of the town’s business community.

As some controversial projects have gone before the planning board recently, Waltz said the question was raised as to whether it is appropriate to have a planning board member sit on TDI. The nonprofit corporation often advocates for projects the planning board is then responsible for reviewing to determine, objectively, whether it meets the

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Maitri Health Announces World-Class Board of Directors, Strategic Advisors and Management Team to Drive Leadership in Healthcare Supply Security

Industry leaders in healthcare, logistics and innovation will power the Canadian start-up as it scales to source, build and deliver a stable supply of PPE, testing and technology

VANCOUVER, BC, Sept. 30, 2020 /CNW/ – Maitri Health today proudly announced the global expertise and management team that will drive the start-up company’s unique healthcare supply platform and technology solutions.

“We have assembled an all-star team of leaders and innovators,” said Andrew Morton, CEO, Maitri Health.  “Our new board of directors and strategic advisors bring deep experience in healthcare, public sector, logistics and supply chain, technology, capital markets and more. We couldn’t be happier. Maitri’s expanded team includes a former Canadian Minister of Health, one of the world’s foremost specialists in infectious diseases, and a globally recognized researcher and innovator in healthcare supply systems.”

“Our team brings integrity, invaluable skills and future-forward vision to help drive our mission

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Open Compute Project Foundation Announces New Board Member Rebecca Weekly of Intel

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) announces today that Rebecca Weekly, Senior Principal Engineer & Senior Director of Hyperscale Strategy and Execution at Intel Corporation will serve on its Board of Directors. Rebecca replaces Jason Waxman, who has served since 2011 when Intel joined the Board. The OCP Foundation would like to thank Jason for contributing his time and talents to the OCP Community for so many years.

Rebecca joins board members Andy Bechtolsheim, Jim Hawkins (Rackspace), Kushagra Vaid (Microsoft), Partha Ranganathan (Google), Rocky Bullock (OCP), and Mark Roenigk (Facebook), who serves as Chairman.

“We’re excited to have Rebecca on board. She is very passionate about her role and has already identified potential opportunities for Intel to help move OCP forward,” stated Rocky Bullock, CEO for the Open Compute Project Foundation.

“On behalf of the OCP Community, I

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Just Energy Announces the Closing of its Recapitalization Plan and Reconstitution of the Board of Directors

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TORONTO, Sep 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
Reconstitution of the Board of Directors with five new directors

Financially strengthened Just Energy well-positioned for sustainable growth as an independent industry leader

Just Energy Group Inc. (“Just Energy” or the “Company”) (TSX:JE; NYSE:JE), a retail energy provider specializing in electricity and natural gas commodities and bringing energy efficient solutions and renewable energy options to customers, today announced the closing of its previously announced recapitalization plan (the “Recapitalization”) and the reconstitution of its board of directors (the “Board”).

Together, these actions reduce debt, increase liquidity and refresh Just Energy’s governance. The Recapitalization strengthens and de-risks the business and positions Just Energy for sustainable growth as an independent industry leader.

“With the closing of our Recapitalization, Just Energy can confidently move forward with a solid financial position, focused on

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