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For more than a decade, many historians have been caught up in a rising tide of interest in the connections between big business and National Socialism. A good deal of this interest may be traced back to the U.S. legal system, where the possibility of legal action led some companies to fund research on their predecessors’ activities in Nazi-occupied Europe. This coming to terms with the past via the U.S. legal system extends to other historical eras. Less well known—but arguably no less relevant—are new U.S. municipal and state laws compelling corporations to disclose their historical relationships to Atlantic ...
from which all derive their sovereignty and authority, the federal parliament and the legislative assemblies of the provinces being independent of one another with respect to certain areas of legislative authority. A few subjects are shared (agriculture and immigration).The three territories are creations of the Federal Parliament and exercise delegated power and not sovereign power. The United Kingdom did not follow this model when Confederation was realized, making Canada different from its mother country (and similar to its southern neighbor, the United States ) in this respect. The federal nature of Canadian constitution was ...
Eircom goes transatlantic via fibre deal with Hibernia - Comms ...
Incumbent telco Eircom is to provide direct transatlantic cable services after signing a partnership deal with Hibernia Atlantic, which is owned by investor Ken Peterson, who also owns Magnet Networks. Under the deal with Hibernia Atlantic, Eircom will be able to provide direct fibre-optic connections from the Eircom data centre in Clonshaugh to the US and Canada. More cost control The direct transatlantic cable will give North American companies operating in Ireland greater cost control for connectivity by eradicating expensive connections via the UK or Europe to Ireland, which up to now has been their only option. ... market research, surveys and trends
Culture Wars | Global Gaming Business Magazine
Every time I go to Macau, there’s something there that amazes me and it ends up skewing my view of Asian gaming once again. Every time I go to Macau, there’s something there that amazes me and it ends up skewing my view of Asian gaming once again. Last month, I traveled to the Chinese SAR for G2E Asia, one of the most exciting trade shows in the casino industry. I meet many interesting people for the first time and renew acquaintances with some of the “expats” who are running the hotels in Macau. On this trip, the atmosphere was totally different from last year’s G2E Asia, when operators were concerned ... market research, surveys and trends


The Democratic-Industrial Complex - Politics - The Atlantic
Over the past few weeks, President Obama and Congressional Democrats have reached a series of high-profile agreements with key industries that have usually aligned with the GOP. Automobile manufacturers, the health insurance industry, medical professionals, pharmaceutical executives, and electric utilities - not traditional Democratic allies - all have joined, to varying extent, in the big policy initiatives of Obama's second hundred days. Most of the attention on these agreements has understandably focused on their near-term legislative impacts. But the cooperation between Democrats and traditionally skeptical industries ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Marc Ambinder - Authors - The Atlantic
where he curates the influential Politics channel on and contributes to the magazine. He is also a contributing editor to National Journal and chief political consultant to CBS News.  At the Hotline, Ambinder was the founding editor of "Hotline On Call," a pathbreaking political news blog. He also worked as a producer and reporter for the ABC News Political Unit and was one of the founders of ABC's "The Note," In 2009, he was part of the team was awarded the Columbia University School of Journalism's Dupont Silver Baton for Katie Couric's interview with Sarah Palin. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Dillon Wins First In Iowa
Austin Dillon made sure there were no doubts nor any question marks about his first career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory. Dillon, the grandson of team owner Richard Childress, absolutely destroyed the field Sunday at Iowa Speedway to win the Lucas Oil 200 presented by SPEED. On Saturday night, Dillon put the black No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Silverado on the pole at the 0.875-mile speedway, and on Sunday, he ran away from the field in dominating fashion. The youngster led for nearly all the race, holding on through a couple of late-race restarts to win over the ThorSport Racing Chevys of Johnny Sauter ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A Day of Chinese Business at Atlantic Station
Olivia Wu, Chinamex USA's CEO, is still ironing out the company's U.S. strategy. On June 23, Chinamex hosted its first official delegation from Hubei since opening the doors of its Atlantic Station showroom. The convergence of two Chinese delegations at Atlantic Station last Wednesday wasn't planned, but it resulted in a flurry of business meetings that caused some local economic developers to pull double duty. On the ground level of 201 17th St. , Chinamex hosted its first delegation since the Beijing -based advisory firm opened the doors to its showroom facility in December. More than 100 people, including ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Narrowing the Atlantic: The way forward for EU-US trade and investment
world of states – and this has important consequences for transatlantic commerce . The good news is that trade and investment across the Atlantic has boomed ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Complaint : U.S. v. Lykes Bros. Steamship Co.
                  Plaintiff,                   v. LYKES BROS. STEAMSHIP CO., INC.,    111 E. Madison Street Tampa, FL 33602                   Defendant. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |          The United States of America, acting under the direction of the Attorney General of the United States, brings this ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Transatlantic Technology Law Forum | Stanford Law School
The European Union and the United States, the world's leaders in the fields of innovation and high technology, share a common set of values based on a commitment to democracy, human rights, market economics, and the rule of law. But EU and US approaches to many technology related issues in law and policy differ significantly, causing barriers to trade across the Atlantic and legal uncertainty within the Transatlantic Marketplace, which comprises about 450 million people in the EU and 300 million people in the US. Funded by a generous grant from the Microsoft Corporation , the Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) ...
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held a monopoly on gasoline production and distribution, and was in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act. In order to resolve what the Court considered unfair trade practices, they ordered the Standard Oil be divided into 34 independent companies with different boards of directors. Some of the more familiar petroleum company names originally part of Standard Oil are Esso, Mobile, (now Exxon/Mobile), Amoco, Sinclair, Standard, Chevron, and a host of small regional companies bearing the original Standard Oil name (e.g., Standard Oil of New Jersey , Standard Oil Company of New York, aka Socony). They also split off 24 ...
Google Answers: Where does Wal-Mart source its coffee ?
I am interested in knowing something about the sourcing and the origin of coffees sold at Wal-Mart. The nearest Wal-Mart is far from where I live so I cannot just go to the supermarket and look at the packs. Does W-M buy and roast and grind and pack themselves - under a W-M label ? Or do they buy final products from other companies - under which brand ? Ideal if the answer has details on countries of origin of the coffees and mentions possible certifications (organic, fair trade etc.) And ideal if the answer mentions some retail prices, but all of that is not a must. It is not a scientific answer with all ...