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ASTA Seed Foundation Update

First the Seed Foundation (FTSF) is a not-for-profit organization established in 2008 by the American Seed Trade Association with a focus on attracting bright young minds to the industry. “The seed industry is an exciting, dynamic, high...Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Latest Trade Buzz on Lance Stephenson, Wilson Chandler and More

Some NBA organizations are able to work below the radar to hammer out deals that help their teams in the trade market. Ohers aren't as fortunate. Around-the-clock coverage of the NBA and the wondrous world of social media help to make working in silence all but impossible. Show More Summary

Lima offers a Space for Reflection on Climate Change with the People's Summit

The Peoples’ Summit on Climate Change in Lima reunites social organizations, trade unions, indigenous communities and peasant groups.

Courageous Nonprofit Leadership Groups Are Greatly Needed

The nonprofit world is peppered with trade associations, advocacy groups, and watchdogs that are supposed to provide the money and political support that organizations need, as well as the accountability and effective oversight the public...Show More Summary

ASTA Chairs Pleased with CSS 2014

The chairman and first vice chair of the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) are pleased with this year’s turnout at CSS 2014 and Seed Expo and with the direction of the organization. ASTA chair John Schoenecker with HM. Clause of California says the program is exceptionally good this year. “Everything from bee health to cover crops, the international treaty for... Read More

Hollywood Director Kathryn Bigelow Unveils Achingly Sad PSA About Elephant Poaching

The ivory trade isn't just killing elephants. Humans are the victims, too, because poaching helps to fund terrorist organizations like al-Shabaab and Boko Haram. That's the message of Last Days, a three-minute film by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow, best known for the features Zero Dark Thirty and Hurt Locker. Show More Summary

U.S. stance on net neutrality resonates internationally, could face U.N., WTO opposition

Where the U.S. eventually lands on the issue of net neutrality could have wider reaching international implications, including the possibility of rankling the U.N. and World Trade Organization (WTO).

Is Rajon Rondo Making Case to Stay with Celtics or Just Raising Trade Value?

Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics are nearing a somewhat familiar fork in the road. Long the rumor-mill hub, Rondo continues to register splashy stat lines that are valuable both inside and outside the organization. The question is,...Show More Summary

Revival of the WTO and the Global Economy Requires All-In Global Leadership

From NAM’s Linda Dempsey in Geneva, Switzerland The breakthroughs last month on two key World Trade Organization negotiations gave newRead the Rest...

Ag Economy; Budget- Immigration; Policy Issues; and, Biofuels- Friday

Agricultural Economy- Trade Issues- Biotech, and Transportation News Anthony Faiola reported on the front page of today’s Washington Post that, “On a velvety green patch of the French countryside, organic farmer Jean Cabaret gave a little shudder. A looming trade deal with the United States, he fears, may make his worst culinary nightmare come true: an invasion […]

Ferguson to New York, Social Media Is the Organizer’s Biggest Megaphone

The speed with which demonstrations came together in both Ferguson and New York shows how social media has matured into a crucial tactic for coordinating activity, drawing people to the streets and trading tips.

China's Illegal Organ Harvesting Trade Is Still Booming

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How to Use Customer Experience Maps to Develop a Winning Content Marketing Strategy

Customers. Complex bunch. They pull out their wallets and purses to trade hard-earned dollars for stuff. Stuff we design, organize, grow, program, or manufacture. Stuff like curved TVs. Endurance events. Spicy vodka. Graphic design textbooks. Show More Summary

U.S. appeal at WTO gives Congress time to fix COOL - AgMinute for December 3, 2014

The U.S. has filed an appeal of the World Trade Organization's second ruling against its country-of-origin meat-labeling regulation, which will give Congress time to amend or repeal the rule in the coming months. Click here for the full story

How to Use an Experience Map to Make Your Customers Even Happier: The Ultimate Guide

Customers. Complex bunch. They pull out their wallets and purses to trade hard-earned dollars for stuff. Stuff we design, organize, grow, program, or manufacture. Stuff like curved TVs. Endurance events. Spicy vodka. Graphic design textbooks. Show More Summary

Cutting Red Tape in Trade Supports Development

In Geneva on Thursday the world clinched a landmark deal on trade. World Trade Organization (WTO) members have opened the way for implementation of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, following a welcome breakthrough between India and the United States. Show More Summary

Hackers Are Gaming the Stock Market With a Stupid Simple Approach

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

A team of sophisticated hackers with insider trading ambitions has been targeting executives at over 100 organizations for over a year. While their hacking techniques aren't all that sophisticated, they appear to have a deep understanding of the investment banking industry. Read more...

USTR set to appeal COOL ruling

The US Trade Representative (USTR) has announced that it will be appealing the October World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that found the US country of origin labelling (COOL) rules on beef and pork were non-compliant with international trade obligations. The WTO compliance panel ruled on October...

U.S. Lodges New Appeal At WTO In Meat Labelling Dispute

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States lodged an appeal on Friday to challenge a World Trade Organization ruling it said had failed to bring its meat labelling laws into line with global trade rules. Canada and Mexico won a WTO ruling three years ago that said the U.S. Show More Summary

WTO Members Approve Historic Trade Deal

3 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

The World Trade Organization's 160 members unanimously approved a first-ever multilateral trade deal which the group believes will boost global commerce by $1 trillion annually.

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