Month: March 2018

United States Set To Withdraw From Syria And Cut Recovery Funding, Too

In the 24 months following December 17, 2010, countries across the Middle East and North Africa harbored tons of protests and revolutionary actions that resulted in tons of political leaders being ousted from office: Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak was forcefully separated from his powerful position in government. Libya’s own – many consider him to have been

Dr. Dov Rand and His Anti Aging Therapies

Dr. Dov Rand: Introducing Integrated Therapies for Aging

Dr. Dov Rand is a specialist in anti-aging treatments that go beyond the traditional approaches used by most medical practitioners. He treats the body’s symptoms at the root level and uses a combination approach to support lasting changes that improve the quality of life for people suffering from a variety of disorders. He has experience

Cash Flow for Telsa Could Result in Problems for the Company’s Credit Rating

The time for Telsa to produce the Model 3 may be running out, as the company continues to pour out millions of dollars for the production, which will be its first mass-market car manufactured. With thousands of customers already prepared to purchase the Model 3, Telsa has repeatedly missed production targets, while continuing to pour

Barbara Stokes and GSH: Home Building Relief Efforts

**Update**3.29.18 Learn more about Barbara Stokes and GSH of Alabama on CrunchBase.     When natural disasters occur, it affects many communities around the country. Often, a disaster causes people to lose all their belongings—including their homes. The aftermath is a traumatic time for those affected. There are several options for people impacted by natural

todd lubar bed bugs baltimore

Is Something ‘Bugging’ You About Your New Home? Todd Lubar talks Baltimore Bedbugs

Thinking of moving? Thinking of bed bugs? Believe it or not, these can be two quite parallel streams of consciousness when considering a big move to another city or state. An Atlanta-based pest control company, Orkin, even issues a list of the most bed-bug-infested cities in the U.S. Though such issues should not predominate the

Telereal and Graham Edwards Experience the Benefits of Merger

Telereal Trillium Merger Causes CEO Graham Edwards to Rethink His Strategy

With the 2009 acquisition of Trillium by Telereal to form Telereal Trillium, one of the largest players in the property outsourcing world was born. At the time of the merger, the new company’s portfolio boasted a vast range of assets that included both properties and capital. As is the case anytime a large organization is

Los Angeles Will Oppose $17 Billion Water Delivery Project if it Increases Costs for Residents

This week, the Los Angeles City Council announced plans to officially oppose the construction of a $17 billion water tunnel project if it would result in higher costs or a greater share of the burden for L.A. residents. In February, California water officials announced staged construction of the California Waterfix project. This has left city