Ethical Trade

Why hackers are able to steal billions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency

Placeholder while loading article actions Welcome to Cybersecurity 202! If you’re a regular reader, you might have noticed that we’ve had a bit of an abbreviated schedule lately, but the noob whose name is at the top of this newsletter now (ahem, that guy from Starks) has been lax to …

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Prime Minister Modi’s welfare programs have turned India’s people into a major asset: Piyush Goyal

Shri Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Trade and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution and Textiles, said today that the world now sees India as a driving force of economic growth. He was addressing the rally at the Vyapari Udyami Sammelan in New Delhi today. Emphasizing that India …

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‘Five Days at the Memorial’ Packs More Than a Dramatic Punch

On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. Thousands of people lost their lives as high winds wreaked havoc, leaving emergency services stretched to the breaking point. Five days at the Memorialwhich arrives on Apple TV Plus from August 12, dives into the skin of this moment in history, …

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SABIC conducts business ethics compliance training programs to strengthen corporate governance

RIYADH: When the Red Sea Project was announced on July 29, 2017, many were skeptical about the execution of a gigantic project spanning 28,000 km². The master plan was only half a page. But, a few good people rose to the challenge. Today, they are the pioneers of the most …

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UK DMU supports new textile industry body

De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) supports a new federation of textile manufacturers launched in Parliament. The Clothing and Textile Manufacturers Federation (ATMF) aims to revive the historic trade of textile manufacturing in Leicester with the aim of a more ethical and sustainable textile sector, acting as a voice for suppliers. …

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Michael Hill takes an interest in lab-grown diamonds

The push towards synthetic diamonds could also be validated by De Beers, the world’s largest diamond producer. Photo / 123RF Jewelery chain Michael Hill has become Australasia’s first major retailer to become an accredited seller of lab-grown diamonds. The NZX/ASX-listed chain of stores, which operates 280 stores in New Zealand, …

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NCE Export Awards on December 2

The annual Export Awards Ceremony, hosted by the National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka, serves to recognize and reward Sri Lankan exporters of goods and services as well as exporter service providers, for their performance on the international market. The Chamber celebrates the anniversary of the Pearl of the …

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How will the metaverse influence business and legal processes? | Epic

The Metaverse is the latest hot topic when it comes to predictions for the next iteration of the internet. Several major tech and gaming companies are investing in this space to grow it. It should be good practice for organizations in each industry to track progress in the months and …

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Statement from the Fragrance Creators on the Biden-Harris Administration’s Continued Efforts to Support Workforce Development and Infrastructure Investments

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. WASHINGTON, July 13. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Fragrance Creators Association (Fragrance Creators) today released the following statement from President and CEO Farah K. Ahmed today recognizing …

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Why ESG investing will work

Investing in ESG means moving from a simple “good idea” to a reality for the business world. The international context has become critical for Indian companies operating or wanting to do business in markets inside and outside India where ESG is the key criterion in their responsibility matrix. Indian business …

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REALOGY COMPLETES TRANSFORMATION – GuruFocus.com

As part of a strategic mission to meet consumers wherever they are in the home buying and selling journey, the Anywhere rebrand represents the company’s unique benefits and future ambitions. Anywhere shares now trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “HOUS” MADISON, N.J. , June 9, 2022 …

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Long jump from Nicaragua to the United States for frogs and spiders sold as ‘pets’:

With great care, Yesenia Talavera transfers a small frog from a plant, where it was sleeping, to a plastic container with breathing holes, a damp sponge and a place to jump. Along with over 2,600 other creatures ranging from tarantulas to boa constrictors, the little red-eyed amphibian is preparing for …

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Court cuts punitive damages in Epic-Tata trade secrets lawsuit

A federal district to research has further away reduced, at $140 million, the punitive damage from Epic Systems in a long term Trade secrets CONTESTATION. The court order filed on Friday marks the latest chapter in the electronic health records provider’s legal battle against India-based information technology services and consulting …

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Trump PAC has paid nearly half a million to law firms representing allies subpoenaed by the January 6 committee

Former President Donald Trump’s Political Action Committee has paid nearly half a million dollars to several law firms that employ attorneys representing close Trump allies who were targeted by the Jan. 6 committee. investigating the Capitol attack, according to a review of financial records by ABC. News – an arrangement …

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Can Jewish Report leave the Press Council without consequences? – OPINION

Can Jewish Report leave the Press Council without consequences? – NOTICES | Policyweb OPINION Can Jewish Report leave the Press Council without consequences? Iqbal Jassat | June 27, 2022 Iqbal Jassat says the publication is known for its allegiance and support for Israeli apartheid Can Jewish Report leave the Press …

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Where is New Zealand’s next growth engine?

Craig Renney is an Economist and Policy Director at the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions – Te Kauae Kaimahi. OPINION: Our economy has been through a few tumultuous years. Covid-19 lockdowns, closed borders, supply chain constraints and global political instability have all placed significant pressure on our ability to …

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Specialty Food Association Trendspotter Panel Picks Top Trends for Summer Fancy Food Show 2022 | New

NEW YORK, June 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Specialty Food Association’s Trendspotter group has been scouring its way through the 66th Summer Fancy Food Show in search of products that are gaining prominence in the specialty food industry. The show, which took place June 12-14 at the Javits Center in …

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Purging plastics tops buyers’ wish list | Western magazine

Reducing the use of plastics is the biggest step companies can take to get shoppers to want their products, research has found. Consumers are demanding more sustainability and climate action, forcing retailers to find new ways to earn trust, loyalty and money. Reducing plastic is high on the list of …

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Mobiquity creates NFTs to fight the fur trade – NFT

Mobiquity, a full-service digital transformation enabler, has partnered with the International Anti-Fur Coalition (IAFC) and the University of Westminster to raise awareness of the global fur trade through NFTs. The campaign, named Unfur, features a digital fur fashion collection featuring five fashion pieces that have been digitized as NFTs by …

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Investor Alert: Kaplan Fox Investigating Potential

NEW YORK, June 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer LLP (www.kaplanfox.com) investigates claims on behalf of investors who bought or sold Terra USD or LUNA, two crypto-assets, from BAM Trading Services Inc. which operates under the trade name Binance US (the “Company” or “Binance US”) . A …

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iCorpSecurities Review – Is iCorpSecurities a Legit Broker? [2022]

iCorpSecurities Review – Is iCorpSecurities a Legit Broker? [2022]

In this review, we will discuss iCorpSecurities. iCorpSecurities is a well-known brokerage platform dedicated to providing its clients with a visually appealing and user-friendly trading platform. This broker is currently present in most parts of the world and thousands of people use it regularly. After reading this iCorpSecurities Reviewyou too …

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Top 10 global news today: Zelensky says Ukraine will ‘prevail’ Russia, and more

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has made it clear that he believes his country will prevail in the ongoing conflict with Russia. After meeting Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin criticized Beijing’s “provocative and destabilizing” military activity near Taiwan. Click on the titles to find out …

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Germany: Scholz becomes the first Chancellor to speak to re:publica | News | DW

Olaf Scholz became the first German chancellor to address participants at the re:publica conference on Thursday. The three-day Digital Life Conference – focusing primarily on Web 2.0 issues, including blogging and social media – meets live in Berlin for the first time since before the coronavirus pandemic hit in 2020 …

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Revise federal law to discourage animal testing – Daily Press

Two-time New York Times bestselling author Wayne Pacelle is president of Washington, D.C.-based Animal Wellness Action (Paul Markow/HANDOUT) Last month, the US Department of Justice detailed a long list of animal welfare violations large and small that occurred at a contract breeding lab in Virginia run by Envigo, the second-largest …

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Deadline Detroit | Starkman: Why Ford’s paltry $19 million advertising dishonesty settlement is a really big deal

The writer, Los Angeles freelancer and former Business reporter for Detroit News, blogs at Starkman Approved. This column is republished with permission. By Eric Starkman Liar, liar, pants on fire! If I were Tesla founder Elon Musk, this is what I’d tweet at Ford following the company’s $19.2 million …

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Tesla share price target slashed as Elon Musk risks ‘disruption from within’

Jefferies cut its price target on Tesla to $1,050 from $1,250 on Thursday, seeing less upside in the electric vehicle maker’s shares. The investment bank said it was “witnessing an uncomfortable buildup of negative news” surrounding Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Tesla shares have lost more than 30% this year but …

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Ethical concerns about the SL tour in Australia

Australian cricketers have raised ethical concerns over the Sri Lanka tour but will support a decision by officials to precede next month’s tour. Australia is due to fly to Sri Lanka next week as the island nation is in the midst of an economic crisis and political unrest. Sri Lanka …

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We’re on sale, aren’t we?

Trading has been an evident practice in all societies. Since ancient times, people have traded the goods they produced and offered services in which they were experts. In ancient societies, despite the scarcity of resources, the only goods traded were goods and services. Currently, we can consider ourselves the most …

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Lanarkshire pupils organize a fair trade café and serve a free meal to the community

Schoolchildren in Lanarkshire have been busy in the kitchen preparing meals for their community to celebrate World Fair Trade Day. On Wednesday, children from St Ninian’s Primary School in Hamilton prepared a delicious Fair Trade curry for residents of Hillhouse, as locals learn about ethical trade. Two communities have come …

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‘Moving fast and breaking things’ is a bad idea for health tech startups | Foley & Lardner LLP

]This article was originally published in TechCrunch on May 12, 2022 and is reprinted with permission. It may seem counter-intuitive, but one of the reasons some entrepreneurs are drawn to healthcare is regulations. No industry outside of defense is so scrutinized, and for good reason: when dealing with people, extra …

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Sustainable jewelry and conscious designs epitomize a pioneering brand

YOU’VE probably seen Wanderlust + Co’s jewelry take social media by storm. The Malaysian jewelry brand has built a growing global fan base of customers, influencers and Hollywood stars. Founder and CEO Jenn Low is one of those amazing entrepreneurs who has a strong sense of style and is driven …

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Access Corporation is committed to unlocking new opportunities for African trade

Access Holdings Plc, trading as Access Corporation, announced the start of operations yesterday, along with the initial holding companies and its future strategy. A statement from the company yesterday explained that the company, which builds on the scale and ethical standards of Access Bank, would have portfolio companies with significant …

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EA Reveals The Lord of the Rings Mobile Game – When is the Release Date?

Electronic Arts (EA) will retrace its production to the world of Middle-earth after a hiatus of several years. (Photo: Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)SCARBOROUGH, ENGLAND – APRIL 09: A man dressed as Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings film queues at a cafe on the first day of the Scarborough Sci-Fi …

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Pan American Silver Releases 2021 Sustainability Report

VANCOUVER, BC, May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Pan American Silver Corp. (NASDAQ: PAAS) (TSX: PAAS) (“Pan American”) today released its 2021 Sustainability Report, describing Pan American’s environmental, social and governance efforts and performance. A Spanish version of the report will be published shortly. Highlights of Pan American’s sustainability performance in …

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Earth & Water Law Adds Prosecutor to Transportation Committee

By Clark Mindock (May 3, 2022, 7:08 p.m. EDT) — A longtime former U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee lawyer specializing in environmental and water-related issues has joined the Earth & Water Law LLC team. Jon Pawlow joined the firm on Monday after leaving his post on Capitol Hill earlier …

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Substitute genetic ancestry for race in research? not so fast

Race, widely used as a variable in biomedical research and medicine, is an apt indicator of racism — but not anything biological. Proposals to use genetic ancestry instead of race risk perpetuating the same problems. Dozens of algorithms widely used in clinical care contain an adjustment factor for a patient’s …

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Philipp Kauffmann, founder of Original Beans, talks about artisanal chocolate and ethical trade | The big interview

It was during the final stages of the Colombian peace talks that Philipp Kauffmann traveled to meet the Arhuaco people of northern Colombia. The government had recently agreed to start paying farmers to grow cocoa for chocolate instead of coca for cocaine, and called on a select group of international …

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Does A New Trump Tome Violate Journalistic Ethics?

These questions are made even more difficult by today’s television news environment. Journalists, especially those driven by the scoop, are getting lucrative book deals to essentially write longer versions of what they already do: tying together a series of stories, some big, some small, into a story consistent that says …

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How patents affect access to vaccines and what we could do

Data from Oxfam International reveals that in May 2021, people in G-7 countries were 77 times more likely to have been vaccinated than those living in the world’s poorest countries. About 28% of the 1.77 billion doses of covid vaccine administered worldwide by May 2021 were provided in G-7 countries. …

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Can restaurants reinvent “sustainable sushi”?

Eventually, Miya’s became known for turning destructive into delicious. Lai wrapped these shore crabs in crispy potato skin rolls topped with melty local Gouda cheese, herbaceous mugwort folded in steamed rice, and even smoked grasshoppers to garnish the kale salads with an unexpected crunch. His family leased shellfish fishing grounds …

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‘Solar geo-engineering’ could make malaria worse

In 1991, Mount Pinatubo erupted in the Philippines, pumping nearly 20 million tons of sulfur dioxide into the sky. This sudden burst of gas in the atmosphere reflected sunlight from Earth and lowered the planet’s average temperature by about 1 degree Fahrenheit for just over a year. If humanity wants …

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Red Sunday School – Glasgow’s first socialist Sunday school in decades opens its doors to children

“We wanted to create a space where children could learn to think critically and feel empowered to change the world. We hope they can realize that this can be achieved when we come together as a community.” Glasgow’s first socialist Sunday school opened in over 40 years at the Kinning …

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NTUCB Joins Fight For Referendum On GOB Marijuana Bill – Love FM

The NEAB is not the only entity to call for a referendum. They are backed by the opposition, the United Democratic Party and the National Trades Union Congress of Belize (NTUCB). It is the umbrella union which represents thirteen unions. In an April 5 press release, the NTUCB called on …

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Collectors looking for prized works of art on the primary market often agree to buy secondary pieces for museums. Some say it’s unethical

His first solo exhibition in a museum caused a stir during Art Basel Miami Beach in December. Hordes of collectors rushed to Miami’s Institute of Contemporary Art to to see “Jadé Fadojutimi: Yet another pathetic mistake” and his eight layered colorful abstract paintings. Insiders know that galleries routinely sell artwork …

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Asian markets lose ground after Fed minutes

GLOBAL MARKETS DJIA 34496.51 -144.67 -0.42% Nasdaq 13888.82 -315.35 -2.22% S&P 500 4481.15 -43.97 -0.97% FTSE 100 7587.70 -26.02 -0.34% Nikkei Stock 26807.57 -542.73 -1.98% Hang Seng 22056.90 -23.62 -0.11% Kospi 2703.61 -31.42 -1.15% SGX Nifty* 17769.50 -98.0 -0.55% *April contract USD/JPY 123.65-66 -0.11% Range 123.94 123.47 EUR/USD 1.0906-09 +0.10% …

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South African rural women working together

Stark warnings of a looming global food crisis are sparking fear as millions are likely to sink into hunger in the months to come. As the New York Times In other words, for the world’s food supply, “there are few worse countries in conflict than Russia and Ukraine”. Nearly 50 …

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The importance of using a zero waste landfill – Ellgia

Published: 00:00 april 4, 2022 Have you ever thought about the destination of your waste and its impact on the environment? Although many people are making the effort to recycle more of their waste, unfortunately most of it still ends up in landfills, which is bad news for the planet. …

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The virtual real estate boom has arrived

Digital real estate may seem like a contradiction in terms, after all, how can something that exists in the virtual world be real? But even if bits and bytes aren’t bricks and mortar, virtual properties are the next big thing on the horizon for smart investors to consider. Using blockchain …

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Here’s how ShareKhan’s relationship managers make it the most sought-after trading platform

Stock markets are constantly changing, so you need a stockbroker who understands trends, follows them, and knows all the ins and outs of trading strategies. Well, as they say, you can’t do it alone! That’s why managing your brokerage portfolio requires the help of experienced professionals – experts who know …

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“We have gone from consumption out of curiosity to structural consumption”

Overall, wine consumption figures are stable: in fact, down in recent years (down 3.6% in 2020, according to the OIV, although this year was impacted by COVID-19) . Organic wine, however, may offer a silver lining for the wine industry: although still a niche sector, it is showing strong growth …

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President Muhammadu Buhari commissions $2.5 billion Dangote fertilizer plant owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote

The inauguration of the estimated $2.5 billion world-class fertilizer plant, with the capacity to produce 3 million metric tons (mt) of urea per year, took place in the Free Zone on Tuesday. -exchange of Lagos, Lekki. President Buhari inaugurated the fertilizer plant in the presence of dignitaries including Aliko Dangote, …

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Ethical jeweler Brilliant Earth publishes its first sustainability report with its results

(PRESS RELEASE) SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Brilliant Earth Group, Inc. (“Brilliant Earth” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: BRLT), an innovative, digital jewelry company and a global leader in ethically sourced fine jewelry, has unveiled its first sustainability report, affirming its commitment to its core principles of transparency, sustainability, compassion and inclusiveness. …

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Financial analyst vacancy at GE Renewable Energy

By Nafila Jabir – March 15, 2022 3:26 p.m. GE Renewable Energy has invited applications for the position of Senior Commercial Finance Analyst. The Chief Trade Finance Analyst assists the Trade Finance leader in India in driving the business strategy for the region and delivering the business plan. In addition, …

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‘Hacker-in-Residence’ how to fight against cyberattacks

CEDARVILLE — In a world where we rely heavily on computers in our daily lives, hackers and others who launch cyberattacks have the potential to cause more and more damage. But hackers aren’t always the bad guys – good hackers are also needed to find and fix vulnerabilities before they’re …

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Confident teams in Deshaun Watson’s camp will trade for him after grand jury fails to indict

Deshaun Watson’s stay in Houston could soon be coming to an end. A Harris County grand jury elected on Friday not to indict the Texans quarterback for nine alleged cases of sexual assault or harassment during private massage appointments, a development according to Watson’s attorney, Rusty. Hardin, will appease suspicious …

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Staples makers face ‘compromise’ by supplying Russia with cookies and soap

Makers of everyday staples, from Pampers diapers to Dove soap, are walking a fine line in continuing to sell their products in Russia, as pressure mounts on multinational corporations to take a stand against the Russian invasion of Ukraine. McDonald’s Corporation announced on Tuesday (March 8) that it was closing …

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Joe Banner identifies Eagles as ‘likeliest landing spot’ for Deshaun Watson

Joe Banner is no longer Jeffrey Lurie’s right-hand man, but few understand the Eagles owner better than the organization’s former president and Banner thinks Philadelphia is the “likeliest landing spot” for the beleaguered but ultra-talented quarterback Deshaun Watson. A childhood friend of Lurie, Banner spent nearly two decades as one …

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Aharon Bernal’s Blockchain Platform Heralds a Fair New Era in E-Commerce

E-commerce today is characterized by the dominance of large online retail companies like Amazon, Alibaba, Wayfair, eBay and others. Amazon owns more than 40% of online retail in the United States, it remains the main sales channel for small and medium-sized sellers. By virtue of their market share, Amazon et …

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Commercial credit insurers withdraw from Russia and Ukraine after invasion

LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) – Commercial credit insurers, which provide a financial safety net for exports and imports, are withdrawing cover for companies exporting to Ukraine and Russia after the invasion of Moscow, given the risks of penalties, high claims or missed payments, say industry sources. The move will increase …

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Senior Marketing Manager, Adult Business – London

We are looking for a dynamic, adaptable and experienced Marketer to work primarily on Bloomsbury’s Cooking, Artwork and Wellness listings. This is an exciting opportunity to drive creative and impactful title marketing campaigns, as well as long-term strategies, for some of Bloomsbury’s biggest brand writers and household names. You will …

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New York artists and gallery owners react to the crisis in Ukraine

This international community of support and exchange is evident in the Fragment Gallery site in New York, which is essential for establishing cultural ties and redistributing resources enabling artists to relocate and ultimately bring public opinion home. . This can be seen in the gallery’s decision to livestream the recent …

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FOUR tips on how UK taxi fleets can generate MORE BUSINESS from local locations

Since the pandemic, the taxi industry has endured many challenges and is bouncing back, adapting to the new normal and getting back on track. Although the taxi sector is experiencing a significant demand, the shortage of drivers has impacted the industry in recent days. Various reasons such as expensive licenses, …

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Announcement of the first-ever “Ethical Leader of the Year Award”

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SHRM (The Society for Human Resource Management), in partnership with the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, a family foundation dedicated to promoting the compassionate philanthropy and ethical leadership of William G. McGowan, is pleased to announce the first‑ever “Ethical Leader of the Year Award,” to be presented by …

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Daewoong Pharmaceutical Posts Record Annual Revenue in 2021, with Nabota Export Growth and New Drug Development

Recorded operating result KRW 88.9 billion and net profit KRW 31.6 billion in 2021 with the culmination of its tireless focus on R&D Attributed to Nabota’s export boom, KRW 1,100,000,000,000 overseas technology transfer of Fexuclue tablets and growth of highly profitable ETC drugs Seoul, South Korea, February 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ …

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Viewpoints: My father was a Republican. My mother too. What happened to their party? | Columnists

Rioters seeking to overturn the election storm the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Instead of condemning the insurgency, GOP leaders have called it “legitimate political speech.” Associated Press “At what moment, then, should we expect the approach of danger? I answer that if it ever reaches us, it must …

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Welsh businesses terminate contracts with suppliers who fail to meet sustainability standards

One in five retailers (21%) in Wales have canceled contracts with suppliers in the past 12 months who fail to meet strict ethical and sustainable standards, new research reveals. The report published today by Barclays Business Banking – Reshaping retail: how ethics and sustainability are changing the retail ecosystem – …

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Bristol bar is branded ‘Britain’s fairest pub’ for refusing to serve ‘unethical’ big brands

Rum and awake please! Bristol bar is branded ‘Britain’s fairest pub’ for refusing to serve big ‘unethical’ brands such as Coke, Bacardi, Thatchers, Polish lager Tyskie and Heineken Red Lion in Bristol has revealed it won’t serve Coca-Cola, Heineken or Thatchers Pub bosses say Thatchers creators have apparent links to …

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Campus Valentine’s Day Treats – The Torch

Whether you’re looking for a last-minute gift or want to celebrate Valentine’s Day on campus, St. John’s Queens Campus has you covered. The following organizations have upcoming Valentine’s Day sales that are sure to put some love into your brain and help curb those sweet cravings. Valentine’s Day Hot Chocolate …

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Learn ethical hacking while saving an additional 15% on this bundle

Through Bleeping Computer Deals February 11, 2022 07:17 As cybersecurity becomes a central pillar of most IT departments and their missions, mastering the precepts and tools of ethical hacking is an essential professional skill. The Ethical Hacker Master Class pack offers a detailed overview of both the mechanics and the …

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Reviews | Members of Congress face tests over stock trading and unionization of staff

To take just one example, freshman Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) is a particularly strong player in the markets. Insider found he broke the stock law 132 times by failing to report trades totaling at least $894,000 on time. The story continues under the ad When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) …

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Colorado school board’s right-wing majority fires superintendent for attacking COVID mitigations

At a special meeting of the Douglas County School District Board of Trustees at its headquarters in Castle Rock, Colorado on Feb. 4, the four-member conservative majority voted to fire the school’s superintendent. Corey Wise. Wise, who had worked in the district for 25 years, was named superintendent last spring. …

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Bahrain hopes to revive its natural pearl industry

Natural pearls are one of the most sustainable and ethical luxury gems, both conflict-free and climate-friendly. With pearl beds bigger than Manhattan, Bahrain is looking to revive its traditional pearl industry, once the backbone of the country’s economy. For centuries, Bahrainis snorkeled to harvest pearl oysters from the bottom of …

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Edinburgh council tells popular Greek cafe it doesn’t have permission to trade

Edinburgh council told a popular Greek-style cafe it was not allowed to trade. Edinburgh City Council rejected Don’t Tell Mamma’s bid on Wednesday February 2 to operate a cafe on its premises in Tollcross. The famous cafe opened in 2018 and has become well-known across the city for its tasty …

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Alex Hanna leaves Google – Protocol — People, power and the politics of technology

There aren’t too many surprises in Monster’s Future of Work Global Report. Employees still yearn for flexibility and better pay, and employers still yearn to hire in an increasingly competitive job market. But the report predicts some of the biggest challenges employers expect to face over the next three years, …

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“ESG is an essential element of crisis management for the survival of biopharma”

Establishing an environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) management strategy is gaining attention as an essential task for biopharmaceutical companies. Samsung Biologics ESG Director Yoo Seung-hun explains the importance of ESG at the 2022 Bio Industry New Year Forum hosted by Korea BIO Online last Friday. The Korea Biotechnology Industry …

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As the world mourns Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh, India must reflect on its direction

There is a story told by Master about when he was speaking to reporters in India in 2008. It deserves to be told given the uncertain times we live in, times when force or violence seem to speak louder stronger than peace and non-violence. It was a day when we …

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Jiffy Products Wins Inaugural ‘Best Ethical Commercial Exporter’ Award at NCE Awards 2021 – The Island

Propelled by the outstanding performance of its logistics sector, Expolanka Holdings PLC achieved its strongest quarterly financial performance ever during the quarter ended December 31, 2021 (3QFY2021). Compared to the third quarter of the previous financial year (3QFY2020), Expo generated group revenue of Rs. 204.9 billion, representing an exceptional growth …

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Ethically produced batteries require industry-wide collaboration

The DRC, home to more than half of the world’s cobalt reserves, provided 95,000 tonnes (nearly 70% of global supply) in 2020. Up to 20% of this amount is produced by the 110,000 to 150 000 artisanal and small-scale miners in the country (ASM) of which 35,000 are believed to …

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UK Foreign Secretary stresses cohesion among all communities during visit to Sri Lanka

* UK Foreign Secretary stresses cohesion among all communities during visit to Sri Lanka Tuesday, January 25, 2022, 8:15 p.m. SL time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka. 25 January, Colombo: British Foreign Secretary, Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister of State for South Asia, the UN and the Commonwealth and …

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3 cheap FTSE 100 stocks I would buy for their exceptional dividends

So far, 2022 has seen a positive start for the FTSE100, with the index gaining 2.4% since 2021. As of this writing, the Footsie is within 4.4% of its all-time intraday high of 7,903.50 points on May 22, 2018. Should it gain another 350 points, it would reach a new …

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More than 350 jobs at risk as ethical Scottish energy company Together Energy goes bankrupt

MORE THAN 350 jobs are at risk as a partly state-owned Scottish energy company has become the latest energy supplier to collapse. Together Energy, based in Clydebank, which prides itself on employing more than 90% of its staff in the most deprived areas of Scotland, is now the first victim …

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These 3 Cryptocurrencies Gained Over 300% Today (BART, PXT, THOREUM) – The VR Soldier

This weekend, crypto markets continue to trade sideways, with support from Bitcoin and Ethereum. When the markets trade sideways, it creates plenty of opportunities for unknown projects to explode in value. This article takes a look at the top three winners on CoinMarketCap earning the most prizes today, ranked by …

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Praveen Khandelwal resigns from ONDC advisory board

The Confederation of All Indian Traders (CAIT) said on Saturday that its general secretary Praveen Khandelwal had resigned as a member of the ONDC advisory board. The council was formed to advise the government on the steps needed to design and accelerate the adoption of the Open Network for Digital …

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Jerome Powell has said the Fed will tighten trading rules after an ethics scandal.

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome H. Powell told lawmakers at his appointment hearing on Tuesday that the central bank is changing the rules on financial transactions to avoid the type of mind-boggling dealings surrounding three senior Fed officials . The Fed has come under fire for allowing central bank officials to …

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People Desperate For Covid Testing Turn To Online Resellers |

When Patrick Kennedy, a nightlife artist in New York City, was recently exposed to Covid-19, he was desperate for faster tests to not only monitor his health, but also know when he could return to work. “It is impossible to find Covid tests because of the shortage in the city,” …

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New York lawmakers plan to make the fashion industry greener

By Morgan Conley (Jan. 7, 2022, 7:45 p.m. EST) – Lawmakers in the New York Senate and Assembly on Friday announced one-of-a-kind legislation aimed at holding big fashion brands accountable for their impact environmental by requiring transparency on the social and environmental assessment of their operations. Fashion Sustainability and Social …

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16-year-old athleisure brand F5 raises AED 30,000 for children’s education in first six months

The UAE Red Crescent supports children’s education by providing schools with the necessary teaching materials and learning aids, such as computers and tablets. This campaign provides support to vulnerable students, orphans and determined individuals who have been academically affected during the COVID-19 pandemic. The teaching material includes electronic devices, which …

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Fast fashion harms the environment and mental health

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By Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The federal government has instructed newly inducted medical graduates to refrain from joining the relentless strikes by doctors across the country. A statement issued on Sunday by the deputy director of press and public relations at the Federal Ministry of Labor and Employment, Charles Akpan, …

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KUALA LUMPUR, December 21 (Reuters) – (The December 21 article corrects the company unit name in paragraph 29 for Fitch Ratings, not Fitch Solutions.) Malaysian government and businesses must respond to growing allegations of workplace abuse of migrant workers who fuel the country’s economy, or face risks to its export-based …

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Electric vehicles are now the preferred mode of transport for green trips, driven by global green transition policies. With this trend comes increased demand for rare metals (called concentrates). Not only are these particularly hard to find in the first place, but high amounts are needed to power EV batteries. …

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The association of tour operators J&K Hajj Umrah welcomes the resumption of Umrah services from India Posted on Dec 19 2021 | Author RK News Srinagar, December 18: The Association of Tour Operators of All of Jammu Kashmir Hajj Omra on Saturday welcomed the resumption of Umrah in India after …

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Gemstone mining is currently illegal in Myanmar, following the expiration of the last mining permit in 2020, and commercial mining has all but come to a halt. However, tens of thousands of informal miners have filled the void, according to Global Witness. These individuals are exploited by the military as …

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A vision for transforming Canada’s public health system

OTTAWA, ON, December 13, 2021 / CNW / – Today, my annual report on the state of public health in the Canada, entitled ‘A vision for transforming Canada’s public health system‘, was tabled in Parliament by the Honorable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Health. The report is a call to strengthen …

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Khadi, considered by many to be the national fabric of India, is set to make his international fashion debut. US outdoor clothing and equipment retailer Patagonia Inc has purchased 30,000 meters of khadi denim fabric from India, Vinai Kumar Saxena, chairman of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) told …

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New Ministry of Education Funding Enables WPI to Explore Ways to Build Climate Resilience Through International Business Opportunities | New

Climate change is a problem facing all regions of the world, and the study of its effects and mitigation strategies are key research topics at WPI. Now the Department of Education (DOE) is supporting this work through a new Title VI grant that aims to identify resilience opportunities that will …

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Christoph Minhoff, Managing Director of BVE, stressed that sustainability is not a trending topic for the food industry but is in the industry’s interest. “Our study shows how diverse and innovative German companies are when it comes to sustainability and how it is implemented in many facets – from new …

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Banks are at a crossroads, according to the Deloitte Center for Financial Services, as digital assets will revolutionize the way money is created, transferred, stored and held. Deloitte stated in its Banking and Capital Markets Outlook 2022 that more than a tenth of Americans bought or traded cryptocurrency between June …

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As an older investor, I like to watch my cash dividends come in. Additionally, as one investor put it: “The beauty of dividends is that you get paid whether the market is going up or not.” Also, in this age of ultra-low interest rates, I see dividends as a great …

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Humane Society International / UK recently revealed the many misleading claims made by sales staff at Harrods department stores about where and how their fur came from. Courtesy of HSI / UK Staff have told HSI undercover customers that the fur used in Harrods brands is humane and ethical. They …

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I haven’t eaten red meat since 1980, but for a long time I rationalized wearing leather shoes, boots and coats. I thought that instead of wasting, I was using the animal farming by-products already produced for consumption. After reading the recent New York Times presentation – produced in partnership with …

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Exclusive: A secret Mirror investigation into a farm in Finland found arctic foxes with deformed feet and diseased eyes in small cages – the fur is used to make items sold at stores such as Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Flannels Nada Farhoud joined a secret investigation at a fur farm …

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The Institute Directors Ghana called on its stakeholders to rally their support for the Directors’ Bill currently under consideration by the Ministry of Education to ensure the bill is passed successfully. According to Rockson Dogbegah, president of IOD Ghana, the bill, when passed, will ensure ethical standards for good business …

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Computerized hedge fund group AQR Capital Management will remove five partners from its ranks and cut its bond arm, continuing to scale back operations after several lean years for many systematic trading strategies. The $ 137 billion investment group led by Clifford Asness has pioneered ‘quantitative’ investing strategies that attempt …

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By Dipo Olowookere Investing in the stock market is simple but a little tricky because it involves a careful analysis of the securities to be bought, kept and then resold if necessary when they must have yielded the expected return on investment (ROI). Some investors do not have the patience …

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