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Perzo brings free chat application to Wall Street

Perzo brings free chat application to Wall Street

Andrea ricketti Staff Writer Wall Street firms led by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. are close to buying a stake in a chat system from small start-up company Perzo Inc., which…

Sponsors flee as NFL handles player conduct issues

Sponsors flee as NFL handles player conduct issues

Allison Decarlo Business Correspondent It is no surprise that the National Football League’s handling (or mishandling) of domestic violence allegations has earned it plenty of bad press. Several major corporate…

Retail investors worry GoPro equity value going too high

Retail investors worry GoPro equity value going too high

Will Horn Staff Writer The company GoPro has been providing a very popular product for more than a decade. What started as a simple idea of being able to take…

Workplace discrimination begins taking unlikely forms

Workplace discrimination begins taking unlikely forms

Michael Bianco Staff Writer Discrimination, a word that is weighed down with such negative connotation these days, is viewed as a kiss of death for any company trying to preserve…

Workout supplements may have health risks

Workout supplements may have health risks

NICOLE PIOTROWSKI Science & Technology Correspondent Those who work out and go to the gym regularly have seen or heard of many workout supplements that men and women use before…

Graphene to change technology of electronics

Ryan Burdick Science & Technology Correspondent From stone to copper to bronze to iron to steel and dating back to ancient civilizations, humans have continually discovered new materials to make…

Vermont looks out for environment

Jessica Nickel Staff Writer In the renewable energy world, Vermont is basically the poster child for sustainability. Its state government has been environmentally conscious for well over a decade. Last…

Graduate student takes job ministering to students’ spiritual needs

Graduate student takes job ministering to students’ spiritual needs

Cailin Potami Faith Editor Graduate student Kelly Crowley will help provide for The University’s spiritual needs in her position as Campus Ministry’s graduate assistant. Crowley, who attends The University to…

Simulation aims to broaden perspective on poverty

Michael Mazzuca Staff Writer The Center for Service and Social Justice is running its annual Poverty Simulation Friday. The 88 participants will be divided into 26 different families and will…