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The Biden Administration will help college districts create alternatives for lecturers to lead beyond the classroom. Teachers will have the ability to serve as mentors and coaches to different academics and as leaders of skilled learning communities, and will be compensated for that extra work they take on. These funds may even be used to help teachers who select to earn an extra certification in a high-demand space – like … Read More

American Express Partners With GlobalGiving to Enable Its Colleagues Around the World to Back Their Communities

Partnership with largest nonprofit crowdfunding community extends American Express’ gift-matching program to colleagues in more than 30 locations

To enable its colleagues around the world to back causes that matter to them, American Express (NYSE: AXP) today announced a partnership with GlobalGiving, a one-stop solution for charitable giving. Through the partnership, eligible American Express colleagues in more than 30 locations will be able to make donations to projects submitted to

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‘Over-Indexed” to Travel, American Express Shares Have Uphill Battle, Analyst Says

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A prolonged slowdown in business travel is expected to weigh on

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shares for some time, analysts say.

Analysts at Bank of America downgraded the shares of American Express (ticker: AXP), believing that it could take until 2024 for spending on airlines and hotels to return to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels.

The analysts’ findings were published alongside a separate report from the bank, which noted

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Around the World: Classroom Fact Sheets, Resources on Asian American Civic Rights

Each week, we’ll share a variety of videos, articles, webcasts, resources, and more from around the web — all curated by Asia Society Texas Center staff to reflect the broad interests and goals of our mission. In this

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Expand American influence around the world, or else China will fill our shoes

By 2018, billions of dollars of Chinese investment had transformed Sihanoukville, and parts of the country at large, into a dangerous playground. In June 2019, an illegal Chinese-owned construction site in Sihanoukville collapsed, killing at least 28 Cambodian workers and setting off already simmering anti-Chinese sentiment. Murderous disputes among Chinese criminal syndicates festered, with perpetrators dumping victims’ bodies in the middle of town. The wave of Chinese investment in the

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Review Of The Business Platinum Card From American Express

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The Business Platinum Card® from American Express Overview

The Business Platinum Card® from American Express is one of the most expensive credit

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Under A New Fleet Plan, American Aircraft Carriers Could Become Rare Sights In Much Of The World

It’s no secret that U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper wants to overhaul the U.S. Navy. Now we’re gaining a sense of just how deep Esper’s changes could run. Big-deck warships such as

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American Airlines hopes to spark international travel with COVID-19 testing

In hopes of boosting international travel, American Airlines said it will begin offering coronavirus testing on some international flights leaving Miami, as well as flights to Hawaii out of Dallas.

In cooperation with the governments of Jamaica and the Bahamas, American Airlines will be testing passengers for the coronavirus before flights out of Miami starting next month.

The airline said that flights from Miami to Jamaica will allow for Jamaica

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International Companies’ Barriers To Entering The American Market

CEO at Launch.vc

America is one of the most sought-after destinations for tech companies. Despite that reputation, international entrepreneurs are now finding it harder to enter the U.S. market. As a tech entrepreneur, I believe that technology should know no borders. As entrepreneurs, we build products and services that can help a global audience and hope to watch the companies we create make a positive impact on the lives

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How Living Around the World Shaped This Traveler’s View of What It Means to Be a Black American

I would have never guessed that the trajectory of my life would have led me to live in multiple countries around the world. I didn’t even know that the possibility would open itself to me because prior to making the leap, I was focused on ascending in my career as a journalist, and more importantly, trying to survive my day-to-day life with multiple incomes that didn’t match my level of

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Central American hotels face prolonged recovery

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With projections that a travel recovery could take as much as four years from now, experts urged investors and hoteliers in Central American countries to contain costs and preserve cash as much as possible.

GLOBAL REPORT—Short on cash and facing a prolonged recovery period, sources believe the next couple of months could be make or break for resorts and hotels across Central America.

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American Express UNSTAGED Presents a Special Performance from Global Icon Alicia Keys in Celebration of Her New Album ALICIA to Music Fans Around the World

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–American Express (NYSE: AXP) is launching the next iteration of “American Express UNSTAGED,” a digital musical experience platform, with a performance by 15-time Grammy® Award-winning singer/songwriter/producer and longtime American Express collaborator, Alicia Keys, to celebrate the release of her new album ALICIA. The virtual performance “American Express UNSTAGED: ALICIA” will take place on September 18, 2020 at 6:00 PM ET, in celebration of Keys’ new album

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Trump bars American travelers from more than 400 hotels


President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Americans won’t be allowed to bring home cigars and rum from Cuba under new sanctions likely to appeal to Cuban-Americans, a crucial voting bloc in the battleground state of Florida. (Sept. 23)

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Americans visiting Cuba are going to be prohibited from staying at 433 hotels that are believed to be owned or controlled by the government or “certain well-connected insiders,” the

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Survey: Almost 75% of American hotels expect more layoffs this year

  • The US hospitality industry is struggling to weather the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s about to see even more layoffs, according to a new report from the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA).
  • A survey of 1,000 hotels conducted in mid-September found that almost 75% of hotels anticipate more layoffs before the end of the year. As it is, most hotels are operating with less than half of their pre-pandemic staff.
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