Posts Tagged ‘Business’

There’s No Business Like Shoah Business: Jews Continue to Agitate for More Money as “Reparations” for the “Holocaust”

Talk about disgusting. This is so unbelievably shameless I’m not sure if it’s authentic or a parody published by the Daily Stormer. Note to Jews who don’t like anti-Semitic stereotypes: Stop personifying them, get your hands out of our pockets, and return the hundreds of billions you’ve embezzled from us in the last few decades […]

Epstein ‘admitted to me’ he was a Mossad SPY: Ex-business partner claims Prince Andrew is protecting Ghislaine Maxwell because of blackmail

I liked the book [Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales] a lot. Unfortunately, the media doesn’t understand 75% of the Epstein story. Because it’s a complicated story. Maxwell, the Crown, and spying. Of course, right now Prince Andrew is preventing the Southern District of New York from arresting Maxwell. There is a problem, because [Alex] […]

America: YOU Are Keeping Drug Cartels in Business

By Devvy Kidd|November 11th, 2019 Devvy Kidd And so is Congress. The recent and savage slaughter of Americans living in Mexico by drug cartels brought swift condemnation and threats by President Trump. Three women and six children massacred. All shot at point blank range by evil human waste equal in brutality only to ISIS. Much press […]

5 Reasons Why Business Management Degrees are So Valuable in Today’s Economy

The default image of someone with a business degree is of people wearing suits and ties working in financial departments or even the C-suite. While there are people with business degrees working in these lucrative jobs, there are many other jobs business management degree holders can fill. And there are […]

EU companies legally doing business mustn’t be targeted by any sanctions – European Commission on US move against Nord Stream 2

“At the moment, the [European] Commission is studying the potential impact of these measures on European companies,” a spokesperson for the EU body was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies. Brussels opposes sanctions that affect European firms doing business according to the law, the official stressed. The statement comes just a day after US […]

Small Business Optimism Surges As Plans To Raise Wages Soar Most In 30 Years

After stagnating for much of the past year following its 2018 all time highs, small business optimism posted the largest month-over-month gain in 19 months, since May 2018, rising 2.3 points to 104.7 in November, up from 102.4, and beating the consensus estimate of 103.0. The “exceptional” Optimism Index reading was bolstered by seven of […]

Tech Can Help Overcome the Pitfalls of Starting a Small Business

By Steven Maxwell For the better part of the last 20 years I’ve chosen small business endeavors over a 9-5 corporate routine. My short time spent in the corporate world wasn’t terrible, but I felt that my more creative impulses and need for variety would be stifled if I stayed in that atmosphere for any […]

The Essence of Evil: Sex with Children Has Become Big Business in America

Important article by John Whitehead first published by the Rutherford Institute and Global Research on April 24, 2019 “Children are being targeted and sold for sex in America every day.”—John Ryan, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Children, young girls—some as young as 9 years old—are being bought and sold for sex in America. […]

Google Quietly Entered the Pharmaceutical Business and is Now Silencing Its Competitors in Natural Health

In response to having his science-based content arbitrarily de-platformed from Google’s search results back in June, Dr. Joseph Mercola of the popular Mercola.com health website is boldly sounding the alarm about Google’s quiet entry into the pharmaceutical business, and how this is negatively affecting the overall functionality and integrity of Google’s search engine. Despite being […]

Never Again? Can We Stop the War When Big Business Profits from it?

On the Global Research News we do our best to cover a wide spectrum of topics from the environmental crisis to economic and geopolitical analysis to debunking war pre-text narratives. We welcome listener support to maintain and improve the quality of our regular broadcasts. Please consider a donation. Go to Global Research’s main donation page and […]

War is Good for Business & Organized Crime: Afghanistan’s Multibillion Dollar Opium Trade. Rising Heroin Addiction in the US

The Facts: This article was written by Dr.Michel Chossudovsky, an award-winning author, Professor of Economics (emeritus) at the University of Ottawa, Founder and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Montreal. Posted here with permission. Reflect On: Originally published at GlobalResearch.ca, this article exposes one of many reasons why war on this planet […]

Lesbian-Owned Vegan Cafe That Charged 18% ‘Man Tax’ Goes Out Of Business

A vegan cafe that insisted on charging men an 18 percent “man tax” has gone out of business after opening its doors less than two years ago. The Handsome Her restaurant in Melbourne, Australia made international headlines in 2017 when it announced its rules for seating arrangements: female customers got preference and men had to […]

Greta Thunberg Wants You To Be Scared & Big Business Will Make a Killing off It

The Facts: Greta Thunberg seems to have a good heart with good intentions, but she also seems to be a puppet for big business and powerful interests. Reflect On: Why don’t the victims of child trafficking and war in the Middle East receive a platform like Greta has received? Eva Bartlett spent years on the […]

Bad for Business: How KYC/AML Makes Everyone a “Terrorist”

By Graham Smith Two reports from risk solutions group Lexisnexis assert that anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) policies can negatively affect a business’s bottom line and customer service significantly. A recent trip to the local post office for a money order certainly had a negative effect on my own experience, thanks to […]

Enormous blaze breaks out at business hub in eastern France, 100 firefighters deployed (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

No injuries have been reported. Emergency services shared footage of the huge plumes of smoke barreling out from the building and of some of the damage already inflicted by the blaze. First responders have asked people to avoid the area, but have said there are no concerns about materials at the site requiring containment. The […]

These Are The Top American Cities For Starting A Small Business

Friday’s jobs report has helped stoke speculation that the American labor market is finally beginning to cool (though the 136k jobs number was still better than the whisper number, which saw September payrolls sinking below 100k). As the pace of hiring slows, more Americans might be forced to make bold career moves – like deciding […]

New York Business Conditions Collapse

Just in case you thought the ISM number was a flukey ‘transitory’ one-off, the New York City ISM just plunged, with the outlook collapsing to its lowest since Feb 2009. Source: Bloomberg And ahead of Friday’s payroll print, NYC ISM’s employment index plunged to 52.5 from 69.0. In September, top line and forward revenue guidance […]

One Year After the Murder of Jamal Khashoggi: Business as Usual?

Heinous. Savage. Ghastly. It’s hard to find the words to describe the act of luring journalist Jamal Khashoggi into a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, suffocating him, chopping him up and dissolving his bones. Yet a year later, governments and business people around the world are eager to forgive and forget–or already have. So far, not […]

How Do You Get Approved for a Business Loan: 5 Tips for Easy Loan Approval

Small business mostly experiences a great hurdle whenever they are trying to get a small business loan. This is mainly because of strict lending standards set by banks. However, getting financing from an outside source is usually necessary if you want your business to grow or at least cover the […]

US Manufacturing Weakest Since 2009: "Business Sentiment Stuck At Gloomy Levels"

It’s been an ugly night for global economic surveys. September manufacturing PMIs from South Korea, Indonesia, South Africa, Italy, and the UK all printed below 50.0, confirming ongoing global weakness, and Sweden was a disaster. Only Canada and Brazil managed upside surprises as all eyes are firmly focused on US manufacturing surveys – hoping they […]

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