• Team Trump Steps Through the Looking Glass in the Middle East

    Insights, analysis and must reads from CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and the Global Public Square team, compiled by Global Briefing editor Jason Miks. The US decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on Monday is “a worthy policy initiative in its own right, and should have been done decades ago,” writes Michael Koplow for […]

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  • Amazon and Starbucks Attack Homeless Tax

    Amazon and Starbucks have hit out at a decision to impose a new tax on firms based in Seattle to help fight homelessness. Amazon, the US city’s number one employer, said the levy could put future expansion on hold in the region. Seattle City Council voted unanimously for the tax, saying it will raise $47m […]

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  • Iran nuclear deal: Key details from 2015

    In 2015, Iran agreed a long-term deal on its nuclear programme with the P5+1 group of world powers – the US, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany. It came after years of tension over Iran’s alleged efforts to develop a nuclear weapon. Iran insisted that its nuclear programme was entirely peaceful, but the international community […]

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  • Is the Driverless Cars a threat to The Real Estate Industry?

    Driverless cars could become a regular feature of the roads as early as April – at least in California, which has decided to allow fully autonomous vehicles to be tested on the roads (none of those pesky humans who have been present in test drives so far). Arizona has already become a fair-weather center for […]

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  • The threat to world trade :The rules-based system is in grave danger

    Donald Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminium would be just the start DONALD TRUMP is hardly the first American president to slap unilateral tariffs on imports. Every inhabitant of the Oval Office since Jimmy Carter has imposed some kind of protectionist curbs on trade, often on steel. Nor will Mr Trump’s vow to put 25% […]

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  • Florida School Shooting: Which way America with the Gun Politics

    President Trump’s brief remarks to the nation on Thursday morning about the horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida, confirmed what informed observers of American politics already knew perfectly well: Nothing whatsoever is going to change. More than five years after 26 elementary school children and teachers were gunned down in Newtown, Connecticut; four months after […]

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  • 100 ways to get Federal Grants to finance your business

    “Free money.” If you’re starting or running a business, nothing sounds better. Sadly, there’s no such thing… Unless you count small business grants. Unlike business loans, grants don’t need to be repaid, so there’s no worry over term length, interest rates, APR, or refinancing. You just need to qualify, and boom—free money. There are two […]

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  • 5 Unique Factors to know which Customers /Clients are Profitable to your Business

    Are your targeted customers or clients going to be willing to pay more for your products or services than it cost you to deliver it? Important facts to consider are: is the purchase important? Do features dominate the buying decision? Are you meeting a specialized need? Do customers have a predisposition to buy your product? […]

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  • State of the Union Address:Trump pledges to ‘make America great again for all Americans’

    By Kevin Liptak and Jeff Zeleny, CNN Washington (CNN) – President Donald Trump sought to infuse his maiden State of the Union address Tuesday with an undercurrent of optimism, issuing a call for Democrats and Republicans to look past deep national divisions in order to do good by the American people. Even as he worked […]

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  • Government shutdown: Lawmakers scramble for DACA deal

    Day one of the government shutdown ended with recriminations between the parties deepening and no sign of progress towards ending the impasse. The White House, Republican and Democratic leaders spent most of Saturday apportioning blame and flexing partisan muscles after the Democrats blocked a Senate bill to fund the government and the federal machine ran […]

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Team Trump Steps Through the Looking Glass in the Middle East

Team Trump Steps Through the Looking Glass in the Middle East

Insights, analysis and must reads from CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and the Global Public Square team, compiled by Global Briefing editor Jason Miks. The US decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on Monday is “a worthy policy initiative in its own right, and should have been done decades ago,” writes Michael Koplow for […]

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Amazon and Starbucks Attack Homeless Tax

Amazon and Starbucks Attack Homeless Tax

Amazon and Starbucks have hit out at a decision to impose a new tax on firms based in Seattle to help fight homelessness. Amazon, the US city’s number one employer, said the levy could put future expansion on hold in the region. Seattle City Council voted unanimously for the tax, saying it will raise $47m […]

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Iran nuclear deal: Key details from 2015

Iran nuclear deal: Key details from 2015

In 2015, Iran agreed a long-term deal on its nuclear programme with the P5+1 group of world powers – the US, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany. It came after years of tension over Iran’s alleged efforts to develop a nuclear weapon. Iran insisted that its nuclear programme was entirely peaceful, but the international community […]

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Is the Driverless Cars a threat to The Real Estate Industry?

Is the Driverless Cars a threat to The Real Estate Industry?

Driverless cars could become a regular feature of the roads as early as April – at least in California, which has decided to allow fully autonomous vehicles to be tested on the roads (none of those pesky humans who have been present in test drives so far). Arizona has already become a fair-weather center for […]

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The threat to world trade :The rules-based system is in grave danger

The threat to world trade :The rules-based system is in grave danger

Donald Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminium would be just the start DONALD TRUMP is hardly the first American president to slap unilateral tariffs on imports. Every inhabitant of the Oval Office since Jimmy Carter has imposed some kind of protectionist curbs on trade, often on steel. Nor will Mr Trump’s vow to put 25% […]

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Florida School Shooting: Which way America with the Gun Politics

Florida School Shooting: Which way America with the Gun Politics

President Trump’s brief remarks to the nation on Thursday morning about the horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida, confirmed what informed observers of American politics already knew perfectly well: Nothing whatsoever is going to change. More than five years after 26 elementary school children and teachers were gunned down in Newtown, Connecticut; four months after […]

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100 ways to get Federal Grants to finance your business

100 ways to get Federal Grants to finance your business

“Free money.” If you’re starting or running a business, nothing sounds better. Sadly, there’s no such thing… Unless you count small business grants. Unlike business loans, grants don’t need to be repaid, so there’s no worry over term length, interest rates, APR, or refinancing. You just need to qualify, and boom—free money. There are two […]

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5 Unique Factors to know which Customers /Clients are Profitable to your Business

5 Unique Factors to know which Customers /Clients are Profitable to your Business

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State of the Union Address:Trump pledges to ‘make America great again for all Americans’

State of the Union Address:Trump pledges to ‘make America great again for all Americans’

By Kevin Liptak and Jeff Zeleny, CNN Washington (CNN) – President Donald Trump sought to infuse his maiden State of the Union address Tuesday with an undercurrent of optimism, issuing a call for Democrats and Republicans to look past deep national divisions in order to do good by the American people. Even as he worked […]

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Government shutdown: Lawmakers scramble for DACA deal

Government shutdown: Lawmakers scramble for DACA deal

Day one of the government shutdown ended with recriminations between the parties deepening and no sign of progress towards ending the impasse. The White House, Republican and Democratic leaders spent most of Saturday apportioning blame and flexing partisan muscles after the Democrats blocked a Senate bill to fund the government and the federal machine ran […]

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