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How to Prepare Your Business for a Post-COVID-19 Economy

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Have options in place to keep your business as stable as possible and economically prepared is an essential step to keeping your business running as well as you can even when the future is so uncertain.... Read full article

Are We on the Cusp of a Global Financial Crisis?

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These are just a few thoughts regarding financial issues this world my face. ... Read full article

St. Louis Born Celebrities - Who Knew?

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How well do you know the famous people born in St. Louis? Are you an authority on St. Louis Celebrities? Let’s see how many you know and be honest! ... Read full article

Origins of currencies: from jagged edges to flowers

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A recent post on the Oxford Dictionary's OxfordWords blog explained the origins of the names of the world's most common currencies. In the slides below, find out where these everyday words come from.... Read full article

History of Daylight Saving Time - DST

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Today, Daylight Saving Time (DST) is used to save energy and make better use of daylight. The idea has been suggested in ancient times and later by famous scientists.... Read full article

High-street shops facing huge jump in business taxes next April

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The British Retail Consortium has led the charge for an overhaul on business rates... Read full article

Why a big slump in South Korea’s exports matters

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NEW trade figures from South Korea on September 1st surprised even the gloomiest of economic forecasters. The country’s exports shrank by the largest annual amount in six years, down 14.7% last month from a year earlier to under $40 billion, accordin... Read full article

Campfire Tool: Pocket Bellows Builds Fire By Blasting Air

by By: Stephen Regenold on

Getting oxygen to the heart of a fire takes big lungs, scorched facial hair, or, traditionally, an accordion-like bellows to move air. A small brand, Epiphany Outdoor Gear, offers a new solution.... Read full article

The woman who broke into the BBQ 'boys club'

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American BBQ is a booming business, but you don't find many women behind the pit. Enter Melissa Cookston.... Read full article

Neiman Marcus laid off 500 employees, or 3 percent of its workforce

by Maria Halkias on

Neiman Marcus laid off 500 employees today which represents about 3 percent of its workforce of 16,000 people. That includes about 157 people in Dallas where the luxury retailer is headquartered and employs about 4,800 people.... Read full article

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