The U.S., accounting for just 5 percent of the world’s population, generates some 40 percent of the world’s trash. What’s being done about it?
About Ursula Watson
Ursula Watson is a writer with more than 10 years of experience. She has worked for publications such as The Detroit News, the San Diego Union-Tribune and the Metro Times. She can be reached at [email protected]
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Crime is always a concern, especially on a national basis, most recently evidenced by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting program that revealed a 3.9 percent increase in violent crimes across the nation compared with 2015 statistics.
Talented and Trained Canines Keep Employees Working and Healthy
Technology is often blamed for being a barrier to human interaction, but there are some wearable tracking devices that help people learn more about themselves. And experts anticipate such devices will change the healthcare industry.
For inventors, lasting returns come from understanding the complexities of the law
Corp! magazine’s Most Valuable Professionals and Most Valuable Millennials packed the house April 27 at VisTaTech Center. The awards program highlights C-suite executives and entrepreneurs doing great things at their companies and in their communities.
Chris-Tia Donaldson has built her hair and skin care company tgin (Thank God It’s Natural) into a national, growing brand. The products are geared toward women and men who choose to use natural ingredients.
The results are in! Each year, The National Association of Business Resources identifies and honors companies that strive for a high level of employee satisfaction. NABR’s competition, Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation, lauds businesses displaying a commitment of excellence in areas of human resource practices and employee enrichment.
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