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A Look At Current FedEx Cup Odds As The BMW Championship Tees Off in the Windy City

With the FedEx Cup playoff schedule whittled down to just three events this year, we’re now cutting to the quick in a hurry.

Tower Of Power: $110 Million Investment Primes Energy Vault To Take On Global Energy Storage Markets

Energy storage company Energy Vault announces a $110 million dollar investment from Japan’s SoftBank Vision Fund. This investment will set the company on the path to accelerating its development of large energy storage projects with its unique gravity-assisted technology.

12 Must-Watch Denver Nuggets Games To Circle On The Calendar

These 12 Nuggets games should not be missed this season, as they feature some of the most critical matchups for Denver, and the most exciting players in the NBA.


Your Money: Big companies explore virtual care to curb healthcare costs

Big companies are increasing incorporating virtual technology and care options into employee benefit plans to combat the rising healthcare costs that long been corporate America’s bugaboo, according…

U.S. regulators to drop accounting test in ‘Volcker’ rewrite: sources

U.S. regulators have circulated a new draft of the “Volcker Rule” that would further ease its requirements and scrap a proposed new test that had been met with fierce resistance from Wall Street,…

Third Point cuts United Technologies stake after opposing Raytheon deal

Hedge fund Third Point LLC said on Tuesday that it recently cut its investment in United Technologies Corp , becoming the second activist hedge fund to sell shares after the company announced a…


RESOURCES FOR Parents and Grandparents


The Alumni Factor was created in 2013 and focuses on how alumni from various schools fare out in the world, and how they feel about themselves and their lives. It also ranks schools by alumni views on social and political issues. A prospective student and his or her parents can see the schools at which alumni are most likely to be in favor for or against such issues, which provides a sense of whether a student would feel a sense of inclusion or exclusion if he or she attended.

Colleges that Change Lives discusses schools that are focused on building the kind of living and learning communities in which undergraduates engage in rigorous work done in close contact with faculty and among their peers.

Fair Test: The National Center for Fair and Open Testing shows the over 800 schools that the SAT/ACT is optional. The schools will look at scores if you submit them but are far more interested in other measures of academic capability and potential.

OTHER RESOURCES On giving kids more freedom and independence. Focuses on importance of play and adventure in kids’ lives. Emphasizes letting kids do their own academic work. Focuses on play and adventure. Looks at reducing academic stress in schools and at home.


Lythcott-Haims, Julie. How to Raise An Adult: Break Free of The Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success. Henry Holt & Company, 2015.

Lahey, Jessica. The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed. Harper, 2015.

Madeline, Levine. The Price of Privilege: How Parental Pressure and Material Advantage Are Creating a Generation of Disconnected and Unhappy Kids. Harper Perennial, 2008.

McKinnon MD, John A. An Unchanged Mind: The Problem of Immaturity in Adolescence. Lantern Books, 2008. Addresses the question of why so many American teenagers are failing to develop normally through adolescence.

Pozatek, Krissy. The Parallel Process: Growing Alongside Your Adolescent or Young Adult Child in Treatment. Lantern Books, 2010. Discusses therapeutic programs like wilderness and how they work.

Senior, Jessica. All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood. Ecco, 2014.


The Conversation Starter Kit was developed for individuals to begin the difficult, but necessary conversations about end-of-life planning, including any wishes, requests and care-taking. By answering the question, “What matters to me at the end of life is…,” one can begin to focus on what they value and how it will come into play. A great starting point, the kit then goes on to help measure different who, whats, whens, wheres and hows on a scale – ensuring all the bases are covered completely and thoughtfully.

The Lasting Matters Organizer is a relaxed, inexpensive method to record, organize and design an individual’s end-of-life wishes. It allows them to independently plan how they want things to go, what they want to be seen, and how they want their story told. The organizer ensures content and comfort for the individual and their loved ones, without the difficult, emotional conversations.