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Historic #ASTAannual with OSA is a Win-Win

The leadership of the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) and the Oregon Seed Association (OSA) were all smiles at the Gala Banquet concluding the trailblazing joint annual meeting of the two organizations. “This worked out wonderfully,” said OSA president Greg Loberg of West Coast Beet Seed. Show More Summary

Derrick Rose Trade Marks the End of an Era for Chicago Bulls

CHICAGO — Derrick Rose’s Wednesday exit from the only organization he has ever known was just as sudden as the premature end to his MVP peak. Nobody had time for a proper farewell in his relationship with the Chicago Bulls. He was shipped...Show More Summary

The Fault, Dear Advertisers, Is Not In Our Stars...

The Association of National Advertisers (ANA, the trade organization for Big Advertisers) recently released a report alleging, amongst other things, widespread "rebates" (e.g., kickbacks) being paid to media agencies without the knowledge of their clients. Show More Summary

South Korean Trade Union Leaders and Members Face Harsh Jail Sentences for Peaceful Demonstrations

Union leaders and members have been at the forefront of the fight for social justice in South Korea, organizing and participating in peaceful demonstrations throughout 2015, including protests against the weakening of worker protections. Show More Summary

Organized Labor and Environmentalists Unite, Demand Better Infrastructure

The United Steelworkers union and Sierra Club joined forces on an international trade and infrastructure plan they hope will become central to the Democratic platform.

Derrick Rose Trade Rumors: Latest News, Buzz and Speculation on Bulls Star

With the Chicago Bulls potentially losing several free agents this offseason, the organization could be entering a transformational period, which may include a trade involving star point guard Derrick Rose. Continue for updates. Rose...Show More Summary

Carbon Trading and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Joined at the Hip, In for the Haul

This story first appeared on Ecosystem Marketplace. By Allie Goldstein In 2006, the nonprofit organization World Vision started helping people in Ethiopia plant trees, and it funded the project by selling carbon offsets for the roughly 22,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide that those trees mop up each year. Show More Summary

Children’s iPad App, Acrostic Poem

Acrostic Poem Review by Susan Stephenson, Previously I’ve reviewed several ReadWriteThink apps. You may remember Word Mover and Trading Cards, Theme Poems, Alphabet Organizer, Diamante and Haiku? Acrostic Poem is another free app by generous developers, ReadWriteThink. Show More Summary

IBMA accepting Board of Directors nominations

Have you ever considered getting more involved with the International Bluegrass Music Association, the only trade organization dedicated to bluegrass music and the business of bluegrass? If so, now may be the right time to act. The IBMA is seeking candidates for as many as […]

Ad fraud could become the second biggest organized crime enterprise behind the drug trade

It may not make for a great Martin Scorsese film, but online ad fraud is growing into one of the biggest organized crime businesses in the world. That's according to a new report from the World Federation of Advertisers, which estimates...Show More Summary

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Iran Launches Direct Flights With Russia to Boost Trade

Iran has opened direct flights between Tehran and the Russian city of Astrakhan to boost trade ties between the two countries, local media reported Tuesday, citing a senior official with Iran's Trade Promotion Organization.

The U.S. is causing a major controversy in the World Trade Organization. Here’s what’s happening.

  The World Trade Organization and its dispute-settlement system usually operate quietly in the background — but there was a great deal of controversy last month over an Appellate Body (AB) judge’s reappointment. What happened here is part of a larger trend, but what does it really mean for international courts? Here are three things […]

Argentina mulling possible Venezuela censure in OAS, Mercosur

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina is studying whether to back moves at the Organization of American States and the Mercosur trade group to censure Venezuela and block it from leadership positions in response to allegations the socialist government is behaving undemocratically, the Argentine government said Friday.

Possible odd QB out Nick Foles skips Rams' first OTAs

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Rams quarterback Nick Foles, whose status became tenuous when the Rams traded to the top of the draft to select quarterback Jared Goff, was absent from the first organized team activities workout on Tuesday, a person with knowledge of the situation said Wednesday. The person could not confirm an...

Brexit Could Leave Average U.K. Workers $55 Poorer A Week By 2030, Union Warns

  If the U.K. votes to leave the EU, average weekly wages could be $55 (£38) lower that they might otherwise have been by 2030, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has warned. The organization, which represents trades unions in England and...Show More Summary

The Leaks Go On: Before Another Secret Round of Negotiations on the Proposed "Trade in Services Agreement (TISA)," WikiLeaks Releases Even More New Hidden Documents

The 18th round of negotiations on a secret deal to limit public oversight over the services economy starts today at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, and negotiators will have a new item on their agenda: how to deal withShow More Summary

Will TPP Give Corporations the Upper Hand Over Nations?

Over 1500 organizations, including labor unions and environmental groups, have called on the US Congress to reject the hotly-debated TPP deregulation deal. Radio Sputnik discussed the controversial trade deal with one of its harshest critics, US Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Organic Trade Meets in D.C. as Battle Brews Over Standards

It's "Organic Week" again in Washington, D.C., and attendees of the "signature policymaking event" for the Organic Trade Association (OTA) have much to celebrate. Last week, the OTA, the leading voice for the organic industry, announced...Show More Summary

WTO sees Brexit costing UK billions in trade tariffs: FT

GENEVA (Reuters) - Leaving the European Union would cost British consumers 9 billion pounds ($13.2 billion) in annual additional import tariffs, World Trade Organization chief Roberto Azevedo said in an interview published by the Financial Times on Wednesday. Show More Summary

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