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Source: Common Domain

Estée Lauder’s Tracey Travis Puts Stock in Developing Talent

Friday 02:25 GMT

The career of Tracey Travis, finance chief of Estée Lauder Co EL 0.26% s., proves that a circuitous path through the inner workings of companies can lead to success as a CFO.

Companies such as General Electric Co. , Honeywell International Inc. and General Motors Co., have long been lauded for developing financial talent with a combination of training and rapid rotation of promising executives. These kinds of programs are becoming more widespread due to a tight labor market and a workforce that is increasingly accustomed to hopping between jobs and companies, said James Langston, a managing director at executive search firm Diversified Search.

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Source: Fox News

Kennedy: Does Trump's 'Nickel Plan' go far enough?

Friday 04:15 GMT

Those beasts have to be tamed, but it will take brave, logical, and rare souls - who are routinely blocked from making meaningful moves - to pare down the sickening grab bag that's loaded with goodies that make politicians popular and countries very sick.

The President has good intentions with his new "nickel plan" that is challenging every federal agency to make a 5% budget cut, as spending cuts are a fantastic and necessary goal.

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Source: Global News

U.S.-based Lime to launch 1st Canadian bike-sharing program in Calgary ‘within days’

Friday 04:15 GMT

Probst said the company’s been in talks with Edmonton but couldn’t say how far along in the process it was or if and when it might launch there.

READ MORE: E-scooter share pilot program underway in Waterloo, first of its kind in Canada. Waterloo became the first Canadian city to pilot the scooters just two weeks ago.

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Source: Reuters

After ad gaffe, North Dakota's Heitkamp apologizes in Senate debate

Saturday 10:49 GMT

(Reuters) - North Dakota Democratic U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, facing a tough re-election fight, opened her debate on Thursday with Republican challenger Kevin Cramer by apologizing for a recent ad that named sex assault survivors without their consent.

The ad, intended to highlight her support of women following the brutal debate over a U.S. Supreme Court nominee accused of sexual assault, was an untimely gaffe for Heitkamp as she struggles to hang on to her seat in next month’s election in a state that Republican President Donald Trump won by a landslide in 2016.

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