The Wall St. intern who left finance for adult films is adding to her stock in trade.
Chris Edwards Republicans say they favor cutting regulations to spur growth and create jobs. And they generally favor expanding international trade. They can attain those goals by reforming labor union laws. America’s West Coast seaports are getting hammered by aggressive unionism. Show More Summary
With trade show time of year in full effect, we turn our attention to London as Jacket Required returns, now on its eighth show. Located once again in East London’s Truman Brewery across two floors, an international roster of over 250 … The post Preview London’s Jacket Required Fall/Winter 2015 Trade Show appeared first on Selectism.
The expansion of the Panama Canal has opened up an opportunity for WWL to develop its next generation RoRo carriers. Due to its importance to international trade,
Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation must receive prompt passage so that the position of US international trade negotiators is strengthened as they continue to move forward with new agreements, the National Chicken Council (NCC) said in a statement.
Shares of International Business Machines (IBM) are up $2.43, or 1.6%, at $158.30, and have risen 4% during the last three trading sessions, following a report last Thursday in Forbes by long-time tech observer Robert Cringely stating that there will be a “bloodbath” at the company this week as it cuts 26% of its staff, or [...]
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade group, says agriculture could account for 80 percent of all commercial drone use, once government regulations allow it. Continue reading ? The post 5 ways drones could change the way America eats appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The president’s lukewarm embrace of truly unfettered international trade leaves a lot to be desired.
It's weird to hear one of the most senior international banking executives you've ever met complain that a big part of his business should be more heavily regulated. But that is what I heard this week in Davos regarding the collapseShow More Summary
The US International Trade Commission upheld the US Department of Commerce’s Decision, from December 16, 2014 on anti-Chinese duties for solar panels The DOC’s Anti-Chinese Duties Are Upheld was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
On 24 December 2014, two decades of campaigning and several years of negotiations culminated in the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) entering into force as an internationally legally binding instrument, having been ratified by 50 countries. The...Show More Summary
With increased avian influenza detections around the world wreaking havoc on global poultry trade, the virus will be among the chief topics of discussion when members of the International Poultry Council (IPC) convene in April in Rome for the organisation’s first semester conference.
The port of Tampa Bay is planning to host a Jan. 29-30 intermodal conference discussing how the various transportation services play into changing international trade routes.
Blizzard of buzzwords foreshadow epic changes to TV tech Breaking Fad The dust may have settled on the latest International CES, but we’ll be suffering aftershocks from the show for years to come. As an event, this year’s trade show was about the next and the new, rather than the here and the now – and there was plenty of consternation to be heard amid the bluster.…
President Obama talked about the minimum wage, international trade regulations, and the importance of bipartisanship during his State of the Union this year, but most people are talking about ad-libbed line that came at the end of the President’s speech. Obama was in the middle of discussing his plan for the final years of his presidency […]
In scores of interviews conducted over the past 15 years with Cuban entrepreneurs, we often heard the following saying: "El que tenga tienda que la atienda, o si no que la venda" (Whoever has a store should tend to it, and if not then sell it). Show More Summary
Oil prices are tumbling again. In morning trade on Tuesday, the price of West Texas Intermediate crude oil in New York was down more than 3.5% to below $47.50 a barrel. Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, was also lower, down about 1%. Show More Summary
Consumer and producer surplus are useful concepts for explaining many points of microeconomic theory and policy. Applications include gains from trade in both domestic and international markets, the incidence and excess burden of a tax,...Show More Summary
VIV Worldwide has announced VIV MEA as its new regional trade show that will be held from 16 – 18 February 2016 in Abu Dhabi. VIV MEA joins VIV Europe and VIV Asia as the third international hub in the organiser’s portfolio of major business events for the animal protein sectors.
Perhaps no other superhero is involved in as many “what if?” scenarios as Superman. Comic writers have posited how the world of DC Comics might be different if the Man Of Steel wasn’t there to unite the Justice League, what might happen...Show More Summary