To use the Oslo Accords to justify a lack of intervention is more than questionable.
A canvas for retailers to experiment with new ideas, products, or markets, the pop-up concept is proliferating across retail sectors, fuelled by its low-risk, low-cost proposition.
The recent healthcare legislation’s basis is a salary increase for doctors provided that they sign a contract. However, even with a guaranteed raise, the contract’s collateral terms and conditions are worrisome.
Maybe one day perhaps humans will be able to explore and uncover the hidden potential subconsciously present within.
The notion of transparency is a continuous progression of values varying by minute degrees between the three metaphors described – increased access to information, open decision-making and the decision-makers themselves.
The notion ‘Technology for technology’s sake is meaningless’ is the first step to better understand the world of fintech.
In this keynote, we are joined by Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and recipient of the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, as he provides his opinions on the opportunities available in unpacking social business opportunities during COVID-19.
On top of his list of accolades, Professor Yunus is Founder of Grameen Bank and the “Father of Microfinancing” – a humanitarian take on the financial sector.
Now, almost 50 years on, it can be safely said that Nixon’s policies have comprehensively failed in their goal of reducing American drug use.
Global Covid-19 vaccination is embedded in and will certainly be used to alter the setting of geopolitics.
Covid19 has brought many difficulties to us. If we can find the opportunities within this situation, then we will be one step closer to achieving our goals.
Rejoice singletons! The dreaded holiday is nearly over. This year, the ill-fated Valentine’s Day fell on…a Sunday. Indeed not God’s brightest moment for those who have not found their Adam or Eve.
Even though the debate mainly concerned the applicability, and the scope of application of Article 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act, what is at stake is the livelihood of Americans.
The lack of access to good healthcare services has affected every individual. However, BIPOC communities have experienced far more significant consequences as victims of an inherently discriminatory and racist healthcare system.
Great mentorships are premised on mutual aspirations for success – but it all starts with us taking that first step in seeking out these mentors to propel you in life.
There are many things that should worry investors in 2021, but the most important are the possibility of a stock market bubble and the rise in corporate debt.
For the most part, unfortunately, even environmental protection campaigns have failed to point out the elephant in the room.
At the beginning of the pandemic, wealthier countries outbid small and underdeveloped nations for medical supplies. The same concern now extends to vaccine procurement.