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A Home Based Business

What is a home based business? It is a business that you set up yourself where you are in total control. YOUR OWN BOSS to be in control of your future !! People set up there own business for many reasons, the freedom it gives you to do what you want to do when you want to do it, to get out of the rat race 9-5 daily routine, feeling they are not rewarded for what they do. Perhaps they…

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Motiv Ring Review | Macworld

The Motiv Ring is a stylish fitness tracker that shrinks down the guts of a traditional wearable to fit in a ring. The Motiv Ring blends into your wardrobe better than anything Fitbit has offered to date, but it’s a new device that’s severely lacking in app and community features—an area of strength of Fitbit. In this review I’ll go over the Motiv Rings’ features and see how it stacks up versus the Fitbit Alta HR, a Huawei Honor Band…

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OnePlus 6 doesn’t have wireless charging, yet has a glass back – here’s why

The new OnePlus 6 has almost everything you’d want in a flagship phone for a very affordable price, but it is missing one feature we expected: wireless charging. It’s surprising because the OnePlus 6 has a glass back, a switch from the aluminum shell on the OnePlus 5T and all OnePlus phones before it (except the old OnePlus X).  Electricity easily passes through glass, whereas it cannot easily pass through metal. It’s one reason why the iPhone X and iPhone…

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How This Flower Delivery Company’s Office Encourages Creativity

Get a tour of Bouqs’ airy and open office space. May 23, 2018 2 min read In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars takes a look inside the spacious L.A. office space of the Bouqs Company.  Bouqs has an open space where all members can see each other, making it easier to pull in members from different departments and collaborate with relatively short notice. In terms of leadership, Bouqs COO Eric Chan describes the company’s CEO, John Tabis, as holding a…

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U.S. reaches deal to keep China’s ZTE in business: congressional aide

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration told lawmakers the U.S. government has reached a deal to put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp back in business after it pays a significant fine and makes management changes, a senior congressional aide said on Friday. U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to confirm the deal in a tweet late on Friday. “I closed it down then let it reopen with high level security guarantees, change of management and board, must purchase U.S. parts and…

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Samenvatting: Workiva ontwerpt OEM-overeenkomst met SAP om SAP® Cloud Platform Integration aan te bieden met Workiva Wdesk Platform

AMES, Iowa–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Partnerschap integreert processen en gegevens tussen cloud- en applicaties van derden en oplossingen op locatie om krachtige functies voor koppeling, controleerbaarheid en controle te leveren Workiva (NYSE:WK), een leider op het gebied van cloud-gebaseerde oplossingen voor datasamenwerking, rapportage en naleving, heeft vandaag aangekondigd dat het een OEM-overeenkomst met SAP (NYSE:SAP) heeft ondertekend. Met deze overeenkomst gaat Workiva samenwerken met SAP voor een integratie van het Wdesk-platform met behulp van de SAP® Cloud Platform Integration service. Van de gebundelde…

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Bad loans remain a concern in Italy and across southern Europe

ITALY’S next government, a coalition between the populist Five Star Movement and the far-right Northern League, is giving investors plenty to worry about. Leaked plans, hastily abandoned, suggested it might want to leave the euro or ask the European Central Bank to forgive €250bn ($292bn) of Italian debt. But less attention has been paid to what it might mean for Italian banks, and in particular for their biggest burden: non-performing loans (NPLs). Over €185bn of NPLs were outstanding at the…

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Ramaphosa says state-owned firms to re-invest billions

Rajesh Jantilal | AFP | Getty Images South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa (second left) speaks with workers during a visit to a Volvo assembly plant in Durban on May 19, 2018. According to Ben Payton, head of Africa at risk analysis firm Verisk Maplecroft, the speech signified Ramaphosa’s most important parliamentary appearance since his State of the Nation address in February. “It came just before the president’s 100th day in office, with Ramaphosa eager to demonstrate momentum in his drive…

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For the love of Pinot

Why are you so into Pinot?” the attractive Maya asks protagonist Miles in the 2004 cult wine movie Sideways. “It’s a hard grape to grow… thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early, not a survivor like Cabernet. Pinot needs constant care and attention, and only someone who really takes the time to understand Pinot’s potential can coax it into its forced expression. Then its flavours are the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle… on the planet!” “I am NOT…

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Suits you: Lloyd’s of London lets staff dress down

Venerable insurance market Lloyd’s of London confirmed today that it has relaxed the once-strict dress code for its underwriting room. Previously not wearing a tie or a jacket would have been enough to have someone ejected. However, this policy has been relaxed as Lloyd’s looks to move with the times. Read more: Dress-down Friday? Dress-down every day. The City is becoming more casual A spokesperson said: “Generally accepted dress code in the City is changing and has been for some…

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mfg Solicitors and CLA host spring farming seminar

Over 70 farmers, landowners, land professionals and rural business owners attended an annual spring farming seminar in Ludlow – which continues to be one of the most popular events in the region’s rural business calendar. Held at the Ludlow Kitchen, the seminar was hosted by law firm mfg Solicitors and the Country Land & Business Association (CLA). A variety of presentations for guests covered topics including employment law, issues surrounding GDPR, partnership agreements and land titles. Guests were treated to…

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Majority of premature infants receive antibiotics without infection

Clinicians should do more to identify premature infants that are at low risk of developing sepsis to prevent unnecessary antibiotic exposure, which has been associated with increased risks of death, according to a new study. One in 90 very-low-birth-weight infants develop sepsis, and it can kill up to 50% of the babies born between 22 and 24 weeks that develop the infection. But an analysis published Friday in JAMA Network Open found many infants receive antibiotics without evidence of an…

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Auditor-General employee gets death threat working in Durban municipality

Durban mayor Zandile Gumede has vowed to get to the bottom of death threats made against a woman employed in the Auditor-General’s (AG) office‚ which prompted the office to immediately withdraw its team from the municipality. Addressing a media briefing at the Durban city hall on Friday‚ Gumede couldn’t say whether the threat came from within the municipality, where the Auditor-General’s office was carrying out its routine audit. The chairperson of the Auditor-General’s standing committee‚ Vincent Smith‚ has expressed concern…

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Moody’s Investors Service Affirms Positive Credit Rating

Newswise — Moody’s Investors Service has affirmed Rensselaer’s creditworthiness as A3, citing its large scale of operations, healthy student demand for its technology-oriented programs, growing net tuition revenue, strong fundraising, and President Shirley Ann Jackson’s transformative leadership. The rating measures an institution’s ability to repay borrowed capital; the higher the rating, the less it costs to borrow. Moody’s ratings range from Aaa to C, with numbers added within each grade for further differentiation. The Moody’s report on Rensselaer’s credit rating…

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White House Gift Shop, TPM Investigation Continues! – Talking Points Memo

Earlier today I told you about the curious story of “The White House Gift Shop”. It has a nice built in clientele: US embassies abroad, cabinet departments, other government agencies as well as political committees and campaigns and members of the public all of whom purchase mementos and souvenirs from it. But back to our original question: Is this part of the US government or somehow tied to the US Secret Service or what is it? Thanks to a number…

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