Read article: 8 Factors Shaping Today’s Market
8 Factors Shaping Today’s Market

National news about “the” real estate market often has little to do with what’s happening in each local and regional housing market and various sectors of commercial property. While inflation, inventory shortages and higher interest rates impact every real estate market across the country, real estate agents in New Jersey can identify exactly what those issues and others mean for their customers, their community, and their business.

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By New Jersey Realtor®
May 1, 2023 · 6 min read

Read article: Investing in a Natural Workplace
Investing in a Natural Workplace

The Oregon State Treasury commissioned the company to create a biophilic design that would reflect the lush landscapes surrounding it, while still maintaining a modern aesthetic.

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By SYNKD—Landscape design, build and maintain all on the same page
Mar 31, 2023 · 4 min read

Read article: Sydney Institute of Marine Science
Sydney Institute of Marine Science

Structures such as seawalls, pilings, and pontoons are built in growing numbers for shoreline protection, recreational activities, energy generation and to facilitate communications. These structures destroy and replace natural habitats, and can modify the surrounding sea-floor, often with negative consequences for biodiversity and the ecosystem services, on which humans rely, such as maintenance of clean water and fisheries production.

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Jun 7, 2022 · 3 min read

Read article: Retail: Heartcore Consumer Technology Trends 2021
Retail: Heartcore Consumer Technology Trends 2021

Heartcore is Europe's consumer technology VC. Our annual Consumer Technology Trends Report sums up what happened in the world of consumer technology - category by category. 

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Mar 4, 2021 · 2 min read

Read article: No Vision, No Future
No Vision, No Future

There is an old saying: “A person without a vision is a person without a future. A person without a future will always return to the past.” And Helen Keller wrote: The only thing worse than being blind is having sight with no vision. (Helen Keller was the first deaf-blind person in the US to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.)

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Oct 27, 2020 · 2 min read

Read article: Compliance Strategies for Non-Competes
Compliance Strategies for Non-Competes

Non-compete agreements are an important tool. They protect against unfair competition from an employee who decides to take what she has learned about a company’s business, its trade secrets, clients, vendors or employees, and use that information for the benefit of a competitor or to start a competing business.  Most states employ a version of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act and the U.S. Defend Trade Secrets Act to prosecute civil claims against trade secret theft by former employees. These laws provide for damages and include a powerful injunction remedy. They provide for double damages and the recovery of attorneys’ fees in certain conditions. However, proving such claims — beginning with the question as to whether the employer had a “trade secret” — can be very difficult.

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By Today's General Counsel
Sep 15, 2020 · 6 min read


You know that things are really bad when economists move from producing forecasts to creating scenarios.

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By Northern Ireland Hotels Federation
Oct 9, 2020 · 3 min read


Bedside care is only one application of a nurse’s skill. The range of jobs and specialties nurses occupy are many, probably more than you realize. Every year the Arkansas Times Nurses Guide surveys working nurses and nurse educators to identify a few of the fulfilling careers that are in particularly high demand.

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By Arkansas Times
Oct 1, 2020 · 9 min read

Read article: Do I Have Your Attention?
Do I Have Your Attention?

American economist and political scientist, Herbert Simon, was ahead of his time. In the early 1970s, he realized that information would no longer be a scarce resource in an era of media saturation. Instead, people’s attention would be in demand.

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By Jumpstart Magazine: The Entrepreneur's Magazine
Dec 31, 2019 · 3 min read