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  • Historic painting suggests denim’s true origins Daily Edition • April 23, 2024 SUPPORTED BY When it comes to deciding whether or not a company is the right fit, job seekers can turn to resources like Glassdoor to read employee reviews and find information regarding salaries and benefits. And a recent ranking from LinkedIn will also be of use to those looking to make moves. The networking platform released its annual list of the 50 best large companies to grow a career in the U.S. Eligible businesses had at least 5,000 employees and were…Read more

  • Historic painting suggests denim’s true origins Daily Edition • April 23, 2024 SUPPORTED BY When it comes to deciding whether or not a company is the right fit, job seekers can turn to resources like Glassdoor to read employee reviews and find information regarding salaries and benefits. And a recent ranking from LinkedIn will also be of use to those looking to make moves. The networking platform released its annual list of the 50 best large companies to grow a career in the U.S. Eligible businesses had at least 5,000 employees and were...
  • Give your wheels a glow up 🚘 Editors’ Picks • April 22, 2024 Your ride, your wheels, your wagon, your whip. No matter what you call it, your car can be a source of pride and joy or just another place to park your seat, if you will. Even with fewer people driving these days, somehow traffic is intolerable as ever. That’s one reason to keep your vehicle clean and comfortable, stocked with snacks, and ready for emergencies. Another? As we’ve reported before, the spaces you spend your time in can contribute to your overall...
  • Music’s unexpected new artist Daily Edition • April 22, 2024 SUPPORTED BY It’s Earth Day! Established in 1970, the annual celebration is now the “largest civic event on Earth” and mobilizes over 1 billion people around the world to protect our planet. It also means that, per Nice News tradition, each of today’s featured stories showcases a positive environmental move — like the bevy of endangered tortoises that were rereleased into the wild and a Vermont couple who let their lawn go wild. Of course, it’s always an ideal...
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