Price of Gold is enjoying a decade-high

By Ivanka Pittelkau Before we are fully absorbed in the holiday spirit and the year draws to a close, we are left with an occasion to review the past year and make plans for the new one. Many people are

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By Michael J. Hadjihannas In a fight against time, three months since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, COVID-19 is going strong and has now spread to over 196 countries, including the

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By Michael R. Czinkota and Michael L. Czinkota The coronavirus is the firing pin for major innovations.  In many educational institutions, less than half of the customary study time is invested in this


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Recent press reports referred to a British buyer who acquired a house from a developer, the developer claimed the buyer did not follow the payment terms and proceeded to unilaterally cancel the

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