Robert Ivy Builds Solutions For Obesity

Architects have now taken to fighting the obesity epidemic, according to Robert Ivy. With over 35% of Americans being obese and 34% overweight, the United States can take all the help they can get to fight the problem. Obesity stems from lack of physical exercise and poor diet, so making healthier food as accessible as…

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JIM LARKIN

The Independent Labor Party is the party that James Larkin first identified with. This was just soon after he developed and sought after his socialism feelings. His marriage to Elizabeth had just passed, and his family was growing smoothly. James Larkin was working as a foreman at this time. However, the money that he was…

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Racism In America and Sheriff Arpaio

Racism and white-supremacy run through the veins of American society. It especially runs through the veins of white people, who make up the vast majority of America’s population. Being “American” is usually synonymous with being white-European and Christian. Anything that deviates from that standard is considered to be “foreign” and is looked at with suspicion….

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Matthew Autterson: A Hard-Working Michigan State University Graduate

Matthew Autterson is a sought after executive who also happens to be an alumnus of Michigan State University. He exited the public school decades ago after studying there. It gave him a B.A. (bachelor of arts) degree, too. Once he was done with his well-rounded education, he started working for a Fiserv sector that was…

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Matthew Autterson And His Quarter Of A Century Of Financial Leadership

Every financial executive and investor looks like a genius during a bull market. However, it is during a market correction or a recession where the pros are separated from the amateurs. For Matthew Autterson, thriving through all sort of market environments has been a hallmark of his success.   Mr. Autterson was educated at Michigan…

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