Trend Results : Trade Organization

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Veeva Up 4% on Fiscal Q1 Beat; Raises Year Outlook

Software maker Veeva Systems, which caters to the needs of life sciences companies to organize their workflows and data, saw its shares rise 4% in late trading as it topped analysts' expectations for quarterly results and also raised its year outlook.

Donald Trump's demeaning NATO speech a 'near disaster' while Obama rocks Berlin

13 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

At a ceremony on Thursday, a piece of the North Tower of the World Trade Center was installed next to the new NATO headquarters. It was a vivid reminder that the only time the organization has been called on to come through on the Article 5 commitment to defend members was following 9/11. Show More Summary

Is Your Organization Ready to Trade in Blazers for Sneakers?

Dress code policies are an age-old topic within the business world. Should you continue to require your employees to wear suits or buy into the casual jeans-and-t-shirt look all the Millennials are craving? This really all depends on who you are as an organization and what your culture is. Show More Summary

Brock Osweiler thinks he has proven he’s good enough to start

When the Browns traded for Brock Osweiler, he was a throw-in on a deal that allowed the Texans to dump his expensive contract and allowed Cleveland to gain a second-round draft pick. But now that he’s at the Browns’ Organized Team Activities, he thinks he can win the starting job. Asked today if he thinks…

From the Archives: 1946 Navy light show

Battleships, cruisers, aircraft carriers, destroyers and other Navy craft put on the light display. Southern California civic, educational, trade and labor organizations held a series of programs emphasizing the importance of world trade -- and the benefits of shipping through the Los Angeles and...

Russia asks WTO to look into sanctions by Ukraine on Moscow: agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has sent a request to the World Trade Organization asking to hold consultations over Ukraine's sanctions against Moscow, in place since 2014, Russian Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies on Saturday.

Union Leaders Earn More than Most CEOs

Last week, AFL-CIO, the largest trade union organization in the U.S., released the results from its annual Executive Paywatch report: CEOs at S&P 500 companies earned on average $13.1 million in 2016, and “this greed of corporate CEOs”...Show More Summary

Virginia Governor Hopefuls Trade 140-Character Blows

As Twitter users debated #NationalChocolateChipDay and shared their #MondayMotivation, two Virginia gubernatorial candidates sparred on the service over taxes, their state's union organizing law, economic policy and more, in one of the most pointed exchanges on social media of the political year.

Spring/Break Art Show Trades Labyrinthine Rooms for Immersive Installations

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

For their second fair this year, the organizers of Spring/Break have set up shop in a multiuse development in Downtown Brooklyn. The post Spring/Break Art Show Trades Labyrinthine Rooms for Immersive Installations appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Chris Taylor hits a grand slam in Dodgers' 12-1 rout of the Pirates

At the time, the trade looked unremarkable. There was little reason to think otherwise. On June 19, 2016, the Dodgers sent Zach Lee, a former first-round pick who had slipped in the organization’s pitching hierarchy, to Seattle. In return, the team acquired a light-hitting utility infielder named...

Australia wins landmark WTO tobacco packaging case - Bloomberg

3 weeks agoHealth : Reuters: Health

GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - A landmark Australian law on restrictive tobacco packaging has been upheld at the World Trade Organization after a five-year legal battle, Bloomberg news reported on Thursday, citing two people familiar with the situation.

Big Polluters Are Headed to Germany for UN Climate Talks

According to a new report from Corporate Accountability International, several trade and business organizations based in countries that are among the biggest contributors of climate change are potentially obstructing the international...Show More Summary

CFO of international trade group admits to embezzling $1.3M

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

A former bigwig at an organization pushing for international business and trade admitted to embezzling the group’s money and evading taxes.

US Loses Court Fight to Mexico Over Tuna

The latest source of US-Mexico trouble: tuna. The World Trade Organization has ruled in favor of Mexico to the tune of $163 million in a longtime dispute over the fish. As NPR explains, the dispute centers on "dolphin-safe" labels on cans of tuna adopted by the US in 1990. The...

Want To Promote Breastfeeding? That's A Trade Barrier, Says US Trade Rep

3 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

As most people know, babies who are breastfed from birth enjoy a wide range of benefits. Here's what the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef), a global organization with nearly $5 billion of funding, has to say on the topic of breastfeeding: It has profound impact on a child's survival, health, nutrition and development. Show More Summary

Getting the Most from Sourcing Optimization (Part 1): Lessons From Leaders

Categories: Complex Categories, E-Sourcing, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Strategic Sourcing, Technology Tags: PRO The combination of Trade Extensions and Coupa may seem a curious one for those unfamiliar with either organization, and may even raise questions for those who know both. Show More Summary

Shelby Miller's Bad Tenure With Arizona Gets Worse

4 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

More than a year after it happened, the Diamondbacks’ trade for Shelby Miller has come to serve as a sort of easy symbol of the organization’s dysfunction under former general manager Dave Stewart. But following a truly miserable 2016 that included extended stints in the minors, Miller actually took some steps toward… Read more...

Trump might put a professional union-buster on board intended to protect workers' right to organize

Donald Trump likes to occasionally pretend he doesn’t 100 percent hate unions, usually by spending time with the relatively friendly building trades unions. But for anyone tempted to believe that, check out one of the people on his short list for National Labor Relations Board. Show More Summary

US in hundreds of millions of debt to Mexico because of tuna

The U.S. owes Mexico $163 million a year, according to the World Trade Organization. Read more...

WTO, IMF Expect Global Trade Growth in 2017

Recent reports published by the World Trade Organization (WTO) have forecast a remarkable recovery in global merchandise trade for 2017. Last year, global merchandise trade failed to reach its projected growth of 1.7%, ending the year with a growth of 1.3%, marking 2016 with the slowest growth since the financial crisis. Show More Summary

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