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Hundreds of local business people gathered inside The Founders Inn and Spa to listen to a panel discussion – and ask questions – about a possible three-mile expansion of light

Hundreds of local business people gathered inside The Founders Inn and Spa to listen to a panel discussion – and ask questions – about a possible three-mile expansion of light

Maria Saporta, Keith Parker, Faye DiMassimo

Maria Saporta, Keith Parker, Faye DiMassimo

Members of the media at an Oct. 21 panel titled “Election 2016: Incredibly Bizarre, Extremely Close” held by the Fair Media Council as part of its Connection Day at Briarcliffe College in Bethpage discussed whether the media displayed bias or simply reported events in the election.

Media weighs in on role in election

Members of the media at an Oct. 21 panel titled “Election 2016: Incredibly Bizarre, Extremely Close” held by the Fair Media Council as part of its Connection Day at Briarcliffe College in Bethpage discussed whether the media displayed bias or simply reported events in the election.

Personal finance expert Terry Savage, left, moderates a discussion with John Calamos Sr., Blu Putnam and Caroline Harris on Thursday during the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Regional Economic Forecast. Daniel White | Staff Photographer

Naperville panel encourages continued economic caution

Personal finance expert Terry Savage, left, moderates a discussion with John Calamos Sr., Blu Putnam and Caroline Harris on Thursday during the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Regional Economic Forecast. Daniel White | Staff Photographer

Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2 The artists' panel moderated by Yunekys Villalonga, center, with Dialogues in Cuban Art organizer Elizabeth Cerejido at the podium. Photo: René Azcuy

Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2 The artists' panel moderated by Yunekys Villalonga, center, with Dialogues in Cuban Art organizer Elizabeth Cerejido at the podium. Photo: René Azcuy

Panelists (l to r) Eleanor Clift, The Daily Beast; Michele Remillard, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal; Fay Sliger, Vox Media; Laura Helmuth, The Washington Post; and Melinda Woolbright, NBC4 Washington; along with moderator Lisa Matthews, Hager Sharp (at podium).

Panelists (l to r) Eleanor Clift, The Daily Beast; Michele Remillard, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal; Fay Sliger, Vox Media; Laura Helmuth, The Washington Post; and Melinda Woolbright, NBC4 Washington; along with moderator Lisa Matthews, Hager Sharp (at podium).

AMD, Intel, Nvidia, Basemark, And Futuremark Talk VR At 'What's Under The Hood' Panel At VR Fest (Video)

AMD, Intel, Nvidia, Basemark, And Futuremark Talk VR At 'What's Under The Hood' Panel At VR Fest (Video)

BERKELEY, Calif. — More than a dozen panelists with intimate ties to India convened over a two-day period at U.C. Berkeley March 11 and March 12 to discuss the country’s development – or lack thereof – in two years since Prime Minister Narendra Modi assumed his current role.

BERKELEY, Calif. — More than a dozen panelists with intimate ties to India convened over a two-day period at U.C. Berkeley March 11 and March 12 to discuss the country’s development – or lack thereof – in two years since Prime Minister Narendra Modi assumed his current role.

Stephen H. Hoffman, president of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, moderated a panel, “Ten Years Out: The Future of World Jewry,” to a packed room Nov. 14 at the 2016 Jewish Federations of North American General Assembly at The Washington Hilton.  Panelists were Jessica Brandt, associate fellow and special assistant to the president at Brookings Institution, and Matthew Rojansky, director of the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Center.

Stephen H. Hoffman, president of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, moderated a panel, “Ten Years Out: The Future of World Jewry,” to a packed room Nov. 14 at the 2016 Jewish Federations of North American General Assembly at The Washington Hilton. Panelists were Jessica Brandt, associate fellow and special assistant to the president at Brookings Institution, and Matthew Rojansky, director of the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Center.

Self-driving cars, payment via smart phone, and more will change transportation. Is our region ready? - Greater Greater Washington.  From left to right, panel moderator Marisa Kashino, Uber's Annaliese Rosenthal, WMATA's Shyam Kanaan, and Amtrak's David Zaidan. Photo by Joanne Pierce.

Self-driving cars, payment via smart phone, and more will change transportation. Is our region ready? - Greater Greater Washington. From left to right, panel moderator Marisa Kashino, Uber's Annaliese Rosenthal, WMATA's Shyam Kanaan, and Amtrak's David Zaidan. Photo by Joanne Pierce.

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