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After trade deal, Obama seeks to repair rift with labor

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is embarking on a repair mission after his push for business-backed trade legislation ruptured relations between the White House and organized labor. Within hours of signing the polarizing trade bill, Obama announced a proposed Labor Department rule that would make more workers eligible for overtime.

India Bans Oil Trade With Organizations Linked to IS - Ministry of Commerce

India has banned trade with with companies, linked to Islamic State militant group.

From Delaware to Rhode Island

Without question, the person I exchange the most frequent trading packages with would be Mark Kaz of This Way to the Clubhouse. Aside from being an all-around nice guy, he has his collection digitally organized on Zistle like I do, so...Show More Summary

Geopolitical Damnation 26: The WTO

The WTO, or World Trade Organization, is an intergovernmental organization that regulates international trade, and one you need to be intimately familiar with if international trade is core to your business. Officially commencing operations twenty point five years ago on January 1, 1995 as a result of the Marrakech Agreement, signed by 123 nations, it […]

Sherdog’s Top 10: Fighters Outside the UFC

Plenty of top-flight mixed martial artists still ply their trade away from the sport’s premier organization.

Does Drafting Bobby Portis Mean the Chicago Bulls Are Trading One of Their Bigs?

The Chicago Bulls already love Bobby Portis, and that means the rest of the organization's bigs are on notice. Should the new prospect continue making strong first impressions, Chicago may have to seriously consider trading one of its...Show More Summary

2015 NHL Draft Grades: Full Results and Letter Scores for Each Team

The two days of the 2015 NHL draft drastically shifted the league's balance of power as many teams improved their immediate and long-term future through their selections and trades. Two organizations near the top of that list are the...Show More Summary

Six facts you didn't know about trade and how they affect you

The world's most impressive ports are in cities marked by trade. Although Geneva does not even have a port for container ships, it is still a global hub for trade. The World Trade Organization (WTO), the International Trade Centre (ITC) and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) are at the core of this hub. Show More Summary

2015 NHL Draft Trades: Tracking Latest Details for Every Deal

The 2015 NHL draft is stacked with considerable top-end talent and plenty of depth, which is why there promises to be plenty of trade talk over the course of all seven rounds Friday and Saturday. Not only will organizations look to maneuver...Show More Summary

NBA Draft Results 2015: List of Picks, Trades and Letter Grades

The 2015 NBA draft is officially in the books, which means it's time for the league's 30 organizations to finally move ahead—but not before we take a look back at how all 60 selections went. With every team formulating a game plan prior...Show More Summary

Organized Labor Needs to Take Dem Scalps on Trade, While US Falls To China in Pacific

President Obama hasn’t signed the bill yet, but the Senate’s passage of fast track legislation yesterday ensures that the nation … Continue reading ?

Tourism Fury Over Fly Fishing ‘Tsunami’

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In addition to the the collective outcry from the fly fishing industry, Bahamian trade organizations are also lobbying hard against the proposed changes to the Fisheries Resources Act. A furious tourism industry is uniting to opposeShow More Summary

Riding a Growth Wave

Organic food has gone from being a fashion fad twenty years ago to becoming a staple in the average American diet. Since the Organic Trade Association (OTA) started tracking the data in 1997, organic food sales have risen at a 15% compound annual growth rate and now make up around 5% of total food sales in the US compared to under 1% back in 1997. Show More Summary

NHL Trade Rumors: Analyzing Most Significant Buzz on Road to 2015 Draft

The 2015 NHL draft kicks off what should develop into a highly active offseason. Along with adding new prospects to each organization, the trade market should also heat up starting on Friday as teams begin charting a path to build their...Show More Summary

Rudy Gay Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Kings Star

Forward Rudy Gay was among the Sacramento Kings' most productive players last season, but he could be on the move if the organization decides to shake things up. Continue for updates. Kings Reportedly Exploring Trade Scenarios for Gay Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Knicks Rumors: Latest on Tim Hardaway Jr. Trade Buzz and Draft Plans

Most seemed to shout the demise of the New York Knicks from the nearest skyscraper after the rebuilding organization suffered a setback by landing the fourth pick in the upcoming draft. With president Phil Jackson in control, though,...Show More Summary

Will TPP Doom us to Mystery Meat?

Remember the World Trade Organization, which slipped into the shadows after massive Seattle protests in 1999? The same day last week that the TPP trade agreement was initially blocked in Congress, the House voted to overturn rules requiring country-of-origin labeling for meat. Show More Summary

ASTA Chairman Presides Over Busy Year

It’s been a busy year for John Schoenecker of HM Clause as chairman of the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA). One priority for the organization has been to develop a communications strategy and Schoenecker says they have moved forward with that plan in the past year developing a new video message that stresses the importance of seeds in our daily... Read More

Fast Track Back on Track

The U.S. House passed Trade Promotion Authority Thursday by a vote of 218-208 getting fast track back on track and most agricultural organizations are very pleased. “The House’s bipartisan passage of trade promotion authority legislation...Show More Summary

Bipartisan rescue bid for Obama's trade agenda

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's trade agenda appears to be back on track after an extraordinary bipartisan rescue operation mounted in the week since it was derailed in the House by rebellious Democrats backed by organized labor.

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