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Top Business Schools Form Network to Raise $20 Million to Achieve MBA Gender Balance
Five of Australia's leading business schools have joined forces in a landmark partnership agreement designed to tackle the gender imbalance in MBA study. The network of schools is committed to raising almost $20 million (in university and industry funds) to attract 320 new women into MBA programs over the next three years.

RMB to Be Key International Reserve Currency Within a Decade -- Centre for International Finance and Regulation
The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) today released a comprehensive academic research report into the internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB) and its implications for global financial markets.

Alliance Media Group Holdings, Inc. Is Proud to Announce the Appointment of Peter Jermyn and Lord Anthony St John to the Board of Advisors of AMG Renewables
Alliance Media Group Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: ALLM) (the "Company") announced today that Peter Jermyn, of Consolidated Securities, and Lord Anthony St John, a member of the UK House of Lords and an expert on renewable energy, joined the Board of Advisors of its wholly owned subsidiary AMG Renewables, LLC (

Is This What Happiness Sounds Like? Coca-Cola Celebrates International Day of Happiness with Mash-up of Upbeat Songs from around the World
As the world recognizes International Day of Happiness, Coca-Cola is joining the celebration by releasing Happiness Remix, a brand new track designed to bring out the happy in all who hear it. The track can be downloaded for free on Coca-Cola Journey.

Echo360 Awards Six Research Grants to Study the Impact of Technology in Higher Education
Echo360, global leader in campus-wide active learning and lecture capture solutions, today announced the recipients of its annual research grant program. As the only research effort of its kind to explore the impact of active learning technology on today's academic setting, Echo360 expanded this year's program to include six, $10,000 grants

peerTransfer Expands International Payment Services into Australian Markets
peerTransfer, the leading provider of innovative global payment solutions for the education industry, has expanded its services into the Australian market

Cystinosis Research Foundation Awards $2 Million in 2011 for Grants to Find a Cure for Deadly, Genetic Disease
Five grants totaling $776,693 were issued to cystinosis researchers worldwide investigating better treatments and a cure for the disease by the Cystinosis Research Foundation in its second round of proposals in 2011. It brings the CRF's 2011 total to more than $2 million in funded grants

New targeted ET hunt fails to find alien signals
The hunt for other intelligent civilisations has a new technique in its arsenal, but its first use has turned up no signs of alien broadcasts, it has been revealed.

Remarkable outburst from old black hole captured
Astronomers have observed an extraordinary outburst produced by a black hole in a nearby galaxy, which offers direct evidence for a population of old, volatile stellar black holes

Oz hockey player dies after being hit by ball
A promising young woman hockey player from Western Australia has died after being hit by a ball during a game.

Here's how optimism can make you overweight
New evidence has emerged to suggest that certain characteristics may influence one's health, for example, optimists are more likely to be overweight.

Information technology could help prevent, treat depression
Information technology and data mining techniques can be used to improve the diagnosis and treatment of depression, suggests a new study.

People change names on Facebook 'to escape evidence of wild youth'
A survey has revealed that several young people are on a name-changing spree on Facebook in order to escape their digital footprint.

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