Top 10 Greatest Orchestras in the World – CNN iReport

1. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra(Germany) 2. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra(Austria) 3. New York Philharmonic Orchestra(USA) 4. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra(Netherlands) 5. London Symphony Orchestra(UK) 6. Dresden Staatskapelle(Germany) 7. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra(Germany) 8. Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra(Russia) 9. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra(Czech Republic) 10. Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra(Japan) via Top 10 greatest orchestras in the world – CNN iReport.

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Ask a Billionaire: Eric Schmidt’s 2014 Predictions

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, Summary: Everyone is going to have a smart phone. Everyone is going to be connected to a super computer. Mobile has now won. Big data and machine intelligence is everywhere. The ability to find people, to talk to them, to judge them, to rank what they are doing, to…

White House to Honor University Lab School Teacher

BATON ROUGE – LSU University Laboratory School first-grade teacher Donna Lamonte was named as the math recipient of the 2012 Presidential Award of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching from President Barack Obama.   “Receiving the Presidential Award is a confirmation and validation of my belief that the focus of a primary mathematics curriculum should…

Business Employment Dynamics, 2nd Q 2013

From March 2013 to June 2013 gross job gains from opening and expanding private sector establishments were 7.1 million, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Over this period, gross job losses from closing and contracting private sector establishments were 6.5 million, an increase of 191,000 from the previous quarter. Source: