The noisemongering L.A. act HEALTH has, historically, not brought out the best in music critics. Reviews of Get Color and the band’s two remix records, both titled Disco, seem to have practically written themselves; there is probably no place in contemporary music criticism can one more dependably... Continue reading
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — If Penn State no longer deserves to be considered one of college football's premier programs, somebody forgot to tell James Franklin. Observing the Nittany Lions' practice on Wednesday, you'd never know that this...Show More Summary
Two Holy Cross football coaches just turned a regular practice into an all-out pro wrestling styled WAR... reenacting the epic SummerSlam match for their team. The combatants? A linebackers coach and a tight ends…
Aug. 25--The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Monday that bus surveillance footage is public, supporting a claim by KSTP-TV that denial of its request for videos violated the state's Data Practices Act. The Metropolitan Council, which over
This is a question currently before India's supreme court:Acts of renunciation are central to many of India’s religions, but no group practices it as radically as the Jains... No practice is more demanding than santhara [a voluntary, systematic starvation ritual undertaken every year by several hundred Jains]... Show More Summary
Act like you want to be there.
Individual acts of resistance, like those from Meryl Streep, Ava DuVernay and Rose McGowan, only go so far
“The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that BNY Mellon has agreed to pay $14.8 million to settle charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by providing valuable student internships to family members...Show More Summary
A new element may have been introduced to the UCLA quarterback competition: method acting.
The S.E.C. and Justice Department are using the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act aggressively to police practices that many might consider standard for financial firms trying to win business.
The violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act hurts too.
Greenwich Taxi, Inc. v. Uber Technologies, Inc., 2015 WL 4774989, No. 14cv733 (D. Conn. Aug. 13, 2015 Plaintiffs sued Uber for violating the Lanham Act, the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA), and RICO, as well as for intentional interference with contractual relationships. Show More Summary
Fake it till you make it is a so-called positive quote. The practice being that if you “act as if” then whatever you act as becomes true. Act as though you are a millionaire – and you will be a Millionaire! We don’t disagree with the practice. But this post is not about faking it... The post 11 Ways to Fake Your Way To Guru Status! appeared first on How To Make Money Online.
Business cards are a timeless professional tradition. Even as technology replaces many aging business practices like paper filing and snail mail, the business card will always serve its purpose, which is to act as a tangible representation of a business, and provide multiple contact options. Show More Summary
The flurry of recent merger announcements from the handful of remaining national health insurance providers is cause for alarm for all Americans. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has taken nearly full effect and it is clear that staggering annual increases in health insurance premium costs are still with us. Show More Summary
The historic civil rights law has helped ensure that minority voters across the country are able to participate equally in the electoral process by prohibiting discriminatory voting practices and removing barriers to voting.
Remember the slogan "Practice random acts of kindness"? It's been around for a long time -- all the way back to 1982 or so. More often than not, it was dismissed by most folks as a cute New Age aphorism and has largely been forgotten in the years since. Show More Summary
The campaign against the Stamp Act wasn’t the only fight over liberty in British North America in 1765, just the most popular. Hundreds of thousands of people in the colonies had lost their freedom to the practice of chattel slavery, fed by the transatlantic slave trade. Show More Summary
The 2012 law intends for an advisory panel to oversee large banks’ practices on foreclosures and loans to small businesses.
Do you not see, first, that — as a mental abstract — physical force is directly opposed to morality; and, secondly, that it practically drives out of existence the moral forces? How can an act done under compulsion have any moral element in it, seeing that what is moral is the free ac of an […]