As a result of President Trump’s controversial remarks on Charlottesville violence, four rabbinical coalitions will not hold the annual presidential conference call before next month’s High Holidays.
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In its new Winter 2017 lookbook, Céline doesn’t beat around the bush on the primary feature of one of its newest bag: the Big Bag is, well, big. And in naming it so, the brand seems to have acknowledged what we predicted a year and a half ago: the trend pendulum has swung from micro-mini bags to their oversized counterparts. Back then, we thought that was a good thing. Now, we’re a little more dubious.
When it comes to bags, functionality should be king. What’s the point of a gorgeous, impeccably made purse if it’s a pain to carry or get into? And at a certain point, doesn’t having the ability to carry everything you own in a bag tip into non-functional territory?
Once upon a time, I was a big bag addict, and until recently, I was ready to go directly back to that way of life. That’s until I started going through my bag storage to get ready to move, though. The more I tried out my beloved big bags of the past, the more they seemed kind of cumbersome, even without anything in them. And filling a big bag is always so tempting; if there’s more space, why clean anything out? Why edit down my belongings while I’m rushing around in the morning if I can just throw a couple more things on top of them?
What I’ve found is that the need to edit is actually a welcome thing in my accessories life; when I choose to carry something big, I usually end up switching back to the smallest bag possible as soon as I get back home. For errands or weekends, I don’t need anything more than my keys, wallet, sunglasses and phone, so why would I choose to lug all that extra bag real estate with only four things bobbing around in the bottom or give myself the opportunity to haul a bunch of stuff I won’t actually use?
For people who need to carry laptops or files, or those who want a purse to double as their baby bag, the big bag resurgence is undoubtedly positive. For the rest of us, if you’re anything like me, they might end up just being an unnecessary temptation you end up not enjoying.
Which one are you? Let us know in the comments.
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Vacancies for private practice lawyers across the South East have risen by 36% month-on-month according to new survey data from specialist recruiter, Clayton Legal. The firm believes the rise in advertised positions can largely be attributed to the high cost of buying property in London which has forced many buyers out to areas where property is more affordable. This, in turn, has resulted in increased demand for residential conveyancing professionals across the South East.
The survey, which was compiled based on the recruiter’s comprehensive data on advertised roles, reveals that residential conveyancing paralegals, assistants and solicitors have been the most sought after professionals. This is in keeping with Savills’ analysis of ONS and Land Registry figures which reveals that the number of people exiting the capital has hit a five-year high. The estate agent cites both St Albans and Slough as home county hotspots which are benefitting from outward migration from London due to swollen house prices – two areas where Clayton Legal has seen heightened demand for property experts in recent weeks.
Commenting on the results of the data, Lynn Sedgwick, Managing Director at Clayton Legal said:
“It’s perhaps unsurprising that vacancy levels in the region are rising – the Capital has long been unaffordable for many individuals to live and work in the City.
Consequently many have moved out-either to get on the property ladder or to upsize – and purchased in towns with a manageable commute. This has resulted in law firms in the South East specialising in residential property increasingly needing to bolster their conveyancing teams. Consequently legal professionals in this area are not only highly sought after, but they are also able to command lucrative packages as firms grapple for the very best talent.”
Elsewhere across the South East, Clayton’s data reveals that solicitors and paralegals specialising in family law were also in demand across the region – an area that the recruitment consultancy has noted steady requirements for since the beginning of the year.
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Nyenrode Business Universiteit has redesigned its Master of Science in Management to focus on digital business, global strategy and sustainability.
As part of the redesign of the program, two new study tracks will be offered starting from January 2018 – Digital Business and Innovation and Global Strategies and Sustainability – to accompany the pre-existing Financial Management. The new course will be run on the Breukelen campus and, from August 2018, in Amsterdam at Nyenrode’s city-centre campus.
Miša Džoljić, Rector Magnificus of Nyenrode, says:
“As the economy picks up we are seeing growing opportunities in the Amsterdam city region. Employment prospects for graduates are improving and that can only be a good thing. Expanding our presence in this city by offering the Master of Science in Management is highly beneficial for our students who will benefit from being able to both study within the tight-knit community of Nyenrode’s estate in Breukelen and better engage with local and international companies operating in Amsterdam’s vibrant business district.”
Hetty van Roozendaal, Director of the Master of Science in Management, adds:
“As Japan’s biggest bank, MUFG, relocates its EU base for investment banking to Amsterdam, the city once again takes its place on the international stage. Being based in such a city brings multiple business networking opportunities.
“Business schools have a responsibility for their students to be eligible for the labour market once they graduate. Here at Nyenrode Business Universiteit, shaping young, responsible leaders who know their own strengths is the core of our mission. These developments to our programme will better prepare our students for fast-paced and rewarding future careers.”
Alongside the new study tracks, students are able to choose two additional elective modules in offerings which include Sports Leadership, Business Law, Negotiation & Conflict Resolution and Bank Financial Management. The course will also include a ‘Global Immersion Programme’ where students take part in an intense week of lectures and company visits in various global locations, and a six month Company Project tailored to their individual strengths and career aspirations.
Hetty van Roozendaal continues:
“Each student is matched individually to a project that will most suit their areas of expertise and strengths, as well as their interests. They are able to integrate into these companies, many of which are in e-commerce, and are exposed to real business topics like global competition, the shift in economic power from West to East and disruptive best practices. This hands-on approach grants them management insight whilst operating in highly important international hubs. It means that they graduate with invaluable experience that so many companies desire.”
Find out more about the program here, on the newly relaunched website.
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Trifacta, the global leader in data wrangling, today announced that Deutsche Börse AG (DB1Gn.DE), one of the world’s largest market infrastructure providers, has implemented Trifacta Wrangler Enterprise to accelerate the preparation of granular and complex data for new insights and data products.
“As one of the few exchange groups globally, we operate across the whole trading and clearing value chain and deal with large amounts of extremely varied data. Taking that data, developing analytics and improving the marketplace through the application of data science are imperatives at Deutsche Börse,” said Konrad Sippel, head of Content Lab, Deutsche Börse. “By using Trifacta, the Content Lab team can develop and implement data driven solutions across the group and implement long-term, strategic projects in areas like risk management, investment decision making and trading analytics.”
Trifacta enables Deutsche Börse’s recently established data science team, the Content Lab, to deliver value across the organization by investing time in strategic data-related initiatives rather than data preparation and cleansing. Along with improving efficiency, Trifacta facilitates collaboration between data scientists and business experts by allowing them to work from one visual interface. Trifacta Wrangler Enterprise allows Deutsche Börse’s analysts and data scientists to quickly examine the properties of a data set and communicate with internal business experts on what types of analysis can be done.
“Deutsche Börse is a leader in capital markets and great example of an organization utilizing data to drive significant transformation in their business. As a global marketplace and transactions services provider operating one of the world’s leading stock exchanges, Deutsche Börse manages a tremendous amount of securities information and recognizes the immense business opportunity this data represents,” said Adam Wilson, CEO, Trifacta. “We’re excited to partner with Deutsche Börse on enabling their Content Lab team to more efficiently wrangle diverse data to create new data products and services.”
Trifacta, the global leader in data wrangling software, significantly enhances the value of an enterprise’s big data by enabling users to easily transform and enrich raw, complex data into clean and structured formats for analysis. Leveraging decades of innovative work in human-computer interaction, scalable data management and machine learning, Trifacta’s unique technology creates a partnership between user and machine, with each side learning from the other and becoming smarter with experience. Trifacta is backed by Accel Partners, Cathay Innovation, Greylock Partners and Ignition Partners.
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