Business ethics speaker to share personal experience with white-collar crime at LU

The ExxonMobil Executive in Residence Program introduces Helen Sharkey, a professional ethics speaker; to present her talk entitled “How I Became a White Collar Criminal” Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 12:30 p.m. in the Galloway Business Building in Landes Auditorium. Sharkey is the first of four speakers to talk at the College of Business this semester.

 

Apple reinvents the wireless headphone with AirPods

Apple today introduced AirPods, innovative new wireless headphones that use advanced technology to reinvent how we listen to music, make phone calls, enjoy TV shows and movies, play games and interact with Siri, providing a wireless audio experience not possible before. AirPods eliminate the hassles of wireless headphones, by just flipping open the lid of its innovative charging case and with one tap, they are instantly set up and ready to work with your iPhone and Apple Watch. Advanced sensors know when you are listening and automatically play and pause your music.

Framing goes up on new Calder Woods apartments

Excitement is building as construction crews put up framing in August for the new garden apartments at Calder Woods, part of a $25.9 million expansion at the senior living community.

The expansion will add 36 apartments in Independent Living, plus six spacious apartments in the Assisted Living wing and 24 suites in two skilled nursing Green House Homes where residents will receive care in a homelike setting.

AT&T Pioneers, Winners for Life donate $5K to Gift of Life

Representatives from AT&T Pioneers and Winners for Life presented a check for $5,000 to the Gift of Life Wednesday, Sept. 7 at the non-profit’s Dowlen Road office in Beaumont.

AT&T Pioneers is a benevolent volunteer network that has served the nation since 1911 through the support of Alexander Graham Bell, American inventor and one of the first

100 Pioneers in America. The organization strives to give back through community

service, while also meeting the tangible needs of local individuals, according to a Gift of Life release.

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