China is seeking private investment in the public sector. State run enterprises such the railway and telecom are venues opening up for overseas investment. The Chinese are rapidly paving the way for this foreign inflow of cash.
Richard A. Friedman is of the opinion that it’s the ideal time to invest in average sized firms. While people decide on selling, the head of Goldman Sachs Group encourages purchasing.
After the recent financial crisis, hedge funds are giving increased importance to discipline. Returns are no longer the foremost priority; rather the stress is being laid on strong institutional proceedings.
Ex-president of NAACP, Benjamin Jealous is taking on a new role with the hope of assisting blacks and Latinos. The switch to a venture capitalist from politics aims to give maximum exposure to the high tech market for his target audience.
Steve Antry is a businessman seeking to explore the oil and natural gas industry. He is supported by multiple private equity firms across the country. Antry observes that the current investor is much more aware then he/she was some 30 years back.
Private equity has brought in huge returns for top firm managers. Leon Black, of Apollo Global Management earned millions of dollars and Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs earned much less in comparison to Black but still comfortably touched the millions.
A chemical producer company is seeking a purchaser and when a desired deal is struck, the transaction may result in a sum amounting to $800 million. Credit Suisse Group is managing the auction of the sulfuric acid unit put up by Solvay SA.
Cloud computing services are taking over e-commerce, attracting higher returns from reduced investment. The eagerness over e-commerce has decreased due to large sums required for infrastructure and market promotion.
Investors are considering investing in autism, an area which has not received due priority considering the huge percentage of children suffering from this disability. The disorder indicates handsome returns for autism-related investment.
Ireland is an attractive location for foreign investors who are hunting for good bargains. Ireland appears to offer the stability the rich are aiming for by buying at cheap rates and expecting high returns.
Electricity shortage in Rawanda offers American companies foreign investment options. Power can be generated by all the different means to fill the huge energy void in this African nation. The American government is providing assistance to possible investors from its country.
In contrast to 2012, 2013 revealed overall reduced financial activity in the health sector. Home health provision however is an exception which is comparatively cheaper than hospital and nursing home care. Baby boomers becoming senior citizens are a contributing factor to this attention focus.
Mattel has agreed to purchase Mega Brands, including the Canadian company’s liabilities. The aim for this top toy manufacturer is to expand its production after the million dollar purchase.
China has revised certain investment policies. With the new revisions Chinese oil firms may be a lucrative investment venue. China Petroleum & Chemical is welcoming external financing allowing it to focus on areas where maximum income is generated such as exploration. Wall Street has looked favorably on this decision.
Blackstone has gone for some foreign investment by purchasing a 20% share in the Italian fashion brand Versace. This investment will allow for new Versace outlets in locations where the company products are in demand.
2013 Asian hedge funds have shown a decline in comparison to the year before. Indicators reveal that reduced sized funds are being preferred by the fund organizers.
Doctors are looked up to for the education and social status they acquire. However this very instilled over confidence can lead them to unwise investment choices. A new book titled “The White Coat Investor,” provides useful investment tips for all requiring it.
Tufco Technologies has been acquired by Griffin Holdings LLC for approximated $26 million; each share at the time of purchase was valued at $6.07. The purchaser is a private equity firm located in California, while Tufco Technologies of Green Bay is a producer of wet wipes and certain printing operations.
Private equity firms are more and more investing in nutritional supplements which are increasingly being consumed by health conscious Americans. The baby boomers especially are following the proverb ‘Prevention is better than cure’, attracting investors to this health sector.
In spite of China implementing tighter policy measures, American companies are still upbeat regarding their businesses prospects in this promising economy. Statistics reveal foreign investment has risen by more than 5% in the previous year.
Apple and Samsung have officially stated that they have failed to reach a reconciliation regarding their ongoing dispute about smartphone mechanization. Huge sums have been spent by both companies in accusations of feature violations. Although Apple appears to be winning the legal battle, it seems Samsung is taking the lead in the market.
In association with Latham & Watkins, The Managed Funds Association has facilitated those requiring assistance with hedge fund vocabulary, by providing access to an online dictionary available here . The glossary is detailed with all the key terms and will be routinely revised for any required updates.
Steve Daines, U.S. Rep. has received much support from Montana donors. Daines plans on running for the state’s Senate election on a Republican ticket. A group of well-wishers have assisted in raising generous sums for Daines and two other republican contenders.
The journey of one of the nation’s prime health care providers under Anthony Rocco Tersigni leadership has modest beginnings. Continuing with its expansion and growth, Ascension will inaugurate a health facility at the Cayman Islands aiming to provide health care at reduced rates.
All the rich do not fit into the typical stereotypes, in fact one not so famous billionaire is making all possible efforts to protect mother earth. Thomas Steyer has to his credit many noteworthy credentials including finding his own hedge fund. Steyer has also agreed to give away half of his fortune along with other like-minded people.
Harvard University has received its most generous donation ever from a single donor. Kenneth Griffin, has contributed $150 million to the university from where he graduated. The president of this Ivy League school has welcomed the endowment stating that such gestures welcome brilliant students irrespective of their financial status.
Apollo, owner of American Idol, aims to take control of the Dutch company Endemol. The American venture capital group has finalized a deal, dominating the shares of Endemol which also has to its credit famous productions.
After Zale jeweler’s decision to sign a deal with Golden Gate Capital, prospects are now looking much brighter for the once struggling retailer. Golden Gate Capital will soon reap sound earnings on its business agreement as now Signet Jewelers intends to purchase Zale for a significant sum.
2013 showed productive results for the venture-capital market, companies centered in New York recorded the best gains. A significant difference in the total VC investment was seen between New York and the Silcon Valley firms.
Coco Cola in the past two years has seen the biggest decline in purchases. Both European and U.S. customers have shown reluctance to buy the beverage leading to reduced percentage of sales. However the chief executive has shown optimism for an increased demand of their company’s product.
The high demand for the Model S electric car has increased the share prices of Tesla Motors. The California based company run by Elon Musk recorded earnings of $46 million.
Africa is the new focus for aid donors looking at private investment options, agriculture being the prime attraction for businesses. DfID is also revising how it avails investment opportunities with potential investors.
Standard Chartered has decided to invest the largest amount in a continent where they have been present for over 150 years. African countries have some enviable economic growth rates and the IMF figures also show that investment is expected to increase.
GTCR has purchased UK company Callcredit Information Group in an undisclosed agreement. However a source has revealed that the sale was for £480 million. Callcredit is not restricted to operations in the UK but also functions in several other countries.
Google, the giant search engine has purchased an Israeli company SlickLogin, a deal announced on SlickLogin’s site. The employees of the procured company will continue to be employed with Google. One of the goals that both companies have is to make the login process user friendly.
Siemens has started a venture firm with the aim of assisting companies in their infancy, although established companies which pursue to expand their horizons will also be facilitated. The focus of assistance is for selected fields such as health protection and the energy sector.
After making several purchases last year Tyson Foods intends on another business deal, Michael Foods Group is the company the meat provider is eyeing to procure. Michael Foods carries out business under a variety of names which could be advantageous for its possible new owner.
Capital Partners has purchased Breen Color Concentrates in an undisclosed deal. Breen President Howard DeMonte has shown optimism for further development under the recent transaction. He has also indicated that there are existing cultural similarities between the two firms.
Water taxis may be the next means of conveyance to move about at the FGCU premises. The bodies of water for this purpose are two lakes linked to each other. This potential boat ride is one of transportation options under consideration.
Michele Schecter, COO of DailyDAC LLC, discusses whether investors should tune in or tune out to hedge fund advertisements. Read more about, “If You See a Television Ad for a Hedge Fund, Change the Channel” at AIMkts.com.
Google has invested not only in small new companies but also in big enterprises, reflecting that the past few years have seen a big spike in the business deals Google has undertaken. Upcoming plans include targeting markets in the third world countries for increased gains.
A firm providing engineering assistance has received financing from Argonaut Private Equity. The Tulsa based company will utilize the investment for the purpose of further reaching into the market. The investor, also Tulsa based is continuing to expand in the region.
Deaconess Associations Inc. a health company worth millions of dollars and with a history dating as far back as the late 1800s has taken on Greg Taylor as a member of the board of directors. This new board member and venture capitalist has been affiliated with the Cincinnati health provider since 2011 as an investment committee member.
North America continues to see a surge in investment of natural resources. Oil and gas top the list of where financiers are placing their money. The current year is expected to continue with this investment trend.
Najafi Cos deals with unpopular companies and Paula Deen can fit into this category. The Arizona based company has invested millions of dollars in Paula Deen Ventures, Paula’s recent firm. Jahm Najafi is confident of Deen’s success due to her strong fan following.
Harvard University has to hire another private equityboss. Lane MacDonald has taken on a new executive post for Fidelity Investments owned by the Johnson household. Millions of dollars in grants make Harvard the richest institution for higher education.
George Soros’s hedge funds have topped the list, recording the healthiest growth for the previous year.
With the ongoing competitiveness in the market, a reputable brand name is a prerequiste for healthy investment. A trustworthy brand is what institutions put confidence in.
The Midwest appears to be the next investment hub. Rather than companies relocating to either of the coasts for venture cash, the central states are taking an increased focal point for this purpose.
Don Yacktman has gone against the tide and invested heavily in a beverage industry where others are showing reluctance. PepsiCo and Coco Cola have the trust of this renowned investor who finds both companies offer successful business.
Statistics reveal that the comfort level for investment in internet and software companies is at an all time high. The preferred hi-tech on Wall Street is where investors are choosing to place their money.
For those who have traditionally funded needy people through reputed NGOs have another option to consider. Various crowdfunding sites are providing sponsors the choice of sending money directly to deserving individuals. However a question cropping up is what lies in store for the traditional charities if this new method of sponsorship is adopted.
Financial Poise presents “Equity Crowdfunding: a revolutionary development or much ado about nothing?” This webinar will discuss in broad strokes what the new law allows today, what it will soon allow and how companies raise investment capital.
Doesn’t a company have to be insolvent in order to file bankruptcy? Find out in “A Chapter 11 Debtor Need Not Be Broke.”
West LegalEdcenter and Financial Poise premiered their jointly-produced webinar, “Roadmap to Buying a Business,” on January 30, 2014. This webinar is part of the “One Hour Law School ” series of webinars being co-produced in 2014. The one hour webinar explains the basics of buying a company.
West LegalEdcenter and Financial Poise premiered their jointly-produced webinar, “How to Negotiate a Commercial Lease,” on January 25, 2014. The one hour webinar explains the basics of negotiating a commercial lease from a tenant’s perspective.
Cleveland companies are ready to spring up, but from there more investment is required for substantial expansion and growth. If this lift is not provided, many start-ups may fade into oblivion and the potential job offerings will no longer exist.
Recent investment venues for hedge funds are places where banks are showing their reluctance. Malls and hotels apparently are the point of focus for potential investors, indicating more cash inflow than required.
In Tom Stevenson’s opinion, investors should not edge away from fluctuation in the market. In fact he considers it as an opportunity to take advantage of what others are fleeing from. Presumably history has shown that discerning investors have been those who have remained composed during unsettling times.
Legal experts are suggesting that besides writing a will which covers tangible belongings, social media ownership also needs to be included in the deed. With privacy settings and password guarded information the entire data becomes inaccessible when someone passes away.
GlobalHealth Inc. Insurance has stated that with their new owner - Kinderhook Industries, they will now be able to provide increased insurance coverage and cheaper health facilities to the people of Oklahoma. GlobalHealth Chief Executive Scott Vaughn aims to offer insurance coverage to the maximum number of people and hopes for growth in double digits for the current year.
The giant search engine, Google has heavily invested in a company providing solar energy to two sun filled states. Recurrent Engergy has started operations in California and Arizona and besides lighting up homes, employment was provided to a large number of people during the building phase.
Jack Butler, a distinguished lawyer will soon take on the post of executive vice president at Hilco Global. Butler is due to leave his current law firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, where his expertise has been bankruptcy cases. His new appointment will take him beyond insolvency matters.
The Midwest is an attraction for venture capitalists. Mark D. Kvamme and his partner have raised millions of dollars with a strong belief that these central states offer the ideal setting for budding and thriving businesses. A lower cost of living in comparison to the Silicon Valley and several other factors contribute to the financing incentive.
The statistics of the previous month indicate that venture capitalists are ready to spill in the cash. The prime investment is in software. However some analysts are showing concern, wondering if the financing rate should slow down.
LOGOS Resources is receiving millions of dollars in investment by a private firm. The oil drilling company has 20 existing wells and plans for over ten more in the current year. LOGOS is upbeat about the new affiliation it has with its investor ArcLight Capital Partners.
The ‘natural’ food placed on market counters can be very misleading. Customers are complaining that the natural products are unnatural, filled with chemicals and other artificial flavors. Legal action or threat of it against some of the big names is an option to overcome these misconceptions.
New York has highly imposed taxes which makes cigarettes overpriced as in comparison to certain other states where they are much less costly. Later on in the year, the sale of cigarettes will no longer be available at CVS.
Satya Nadella is the new CEO of Microsoft. As Bill Gates takes on responsibilities as a consultant in his company, he has full confidence of the skills and potential of the new leader, stating that Satya has all that is required to take Microsoft to greater heights.
Zalmi Duchman started his business ‘The Fresh Diet’ from his very own residential kitchen; later his success story led him to a business with several kitchens nationwide. The formula to this entrepreneur’s accomplishment is plain and natural.
The Scoot Network is spreading its service destinations. Not only is a cleaner environment a result of the electric run mopeds but reduced fares and quicker travel time are all benefits of this means of transportation.
Banking giant JP Morgan has recently been in the spotlight for mismanagement issues; however that’s not the only high profile bank to have legal woes. Goldman Sachs is allegedly being brought to court by an Australian hedge fund for misrepresenting the facts of a sale deed.
LightSquared Inc., a wireless firm has shown intentions to negotiate with its creditors to overcome the existing financial crisis it faces. Three solutions are on the table, out of which one has to be selected for the purpose of restructuring the company.
Dutchland Plastics caters to a diversified market, providing items ranging from amusement products to mechanical supplies. The company is expected to show significant growth with recent investment from three firms, namely Capital Partners, Omni Investors Group and Squire Ridge Co.
In spite of Christmas shopping Walmart suffered a decline in sales. The reduced earnings for the end of 2013 are being blamed on extreme weather conditions and a cutback in support for the impoverished.
As Florida tops the list of senior citizens’ retirement choice, healthcare facilities are bringing in attractive investments. The healthcare sector has primarily contributed to the surge in investment figures. Attractive investment options are also magnetizing venture capitalists from outside of Florida.
Zoar Investment Group, LLC filed for Chapter 11 on Jan. 30, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-51899 in the Georgia Northern Bankruptcy Court. Paul Reece Marr, P.C. is representing the company. Bong Bai and Do Hyun Bai are some of the unsecured creditors.
1Up Allstar Servicenters, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 30, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-00542 in the North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Ceradini Law, PLLC is representing the company. Allstar Environmental, LLC and Autoparts International are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
The giant search engine Google is continuing to thrive. The closing of last year recorded an increase in profits. The statistics show that the 3 billion mark was well crossed in earnings.
Several people with savings have decided to invest in Simple Energy. On account of this investment Simple Energy plans to broaden its market in the country and further innovate with products. The company's prime focus is the service zone.
New American businesses carried out on the internet are recording fine profits. Employers are enjoying the fruits of their efforts and are also rewarding their employees by increased wages. In fact due to the nature of success additional employees are being hired to ensure that supply and demand needs are met.
Morgan Stanley is considering further collaboration with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. During the financial crunch MUFG assisted the high profile bank with millions of dollars making it the prime shareowner. The two banks initially focused on business in Japan but the target has broadened targeting leading U.S. companies.
CJS Enterprises, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 28, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-10635 in the Pennsylvania Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Fox Chase Bank and Hartboro Federal Savings are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Bay Club Partners-472, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 28, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-30394 in the Oregon Bankruptcy Court. Some of the unsecured creditors are A & M Glass Service and Above And Beyond Fitness Repair LLC.
Recent U.S. oil output statistics show an increase, indicating a possible trend towards gradual energy independence. Expectations are that by next year the U.S. may outpace the world leaders in oil production. Investment in this sector provides attractive and long lasting benefits.
The health protection sector in Cleveland has drawn large venture funds, following the Minneapolis area which recorded the highest investment for 2013. Nationwide trends in this sector however showed a decline.
Investors eyeing investment venues are heading to Orlando in record numbers. Most companies at the scheduled conference for next week are hi-tech based. The increased interest in investment reflects healthy economic trends.
Supplements are good for the health, indeed; they also provide alluring means of investment. Jamieson Laboratories Ltd. has a huge Canadian market for its nutrients and with its current purchase plan by CCMP Capital Advisors, intentions have been shown to especially enter the U.S. market for increased gains.
Tom Perkins in a question answer session showed his wrist watch which he stated was equivalent in worth to several Rolexes. Richard Mille timepieces can range from thousands to millions of dollars.
2013 proved to be a lucrative year for Ford which has reported that profits per share increased over 20 cents in comparison to the year before. The motor company stated that 2013 was one of the most productive years ever.
For those who find investing in a house too expensive, perhaps another option to consider is putting some cash behind a classic car. However make sure that you are willing to drive that oldie until it lures another purchaser.
Bitcoin in spite of its appreciation by many, lacks practicality to enter the real time market. Foremost the e-currency has yet to pass the test of reliability; frequent unlawful activities have been reported while using this convenient mode of payment. Many significant nations have also voiced their concerns over the trending currency.
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The high profile baby boomer Donald Trump feels that the upcoming age group has many aspirations and vitality to their credit. His personal moments of pride are his kids and the Trump Tower which not only bears his name but is a prime sightseeing destination. As for why the work environment is different in the Trump Organization ... it's the pre-existing trust in the employees once they are hired.
Cadbury's new advertisement has England doing the twist. After a delicious bite of the yummy chocolate brand and being put on hold after making a call, an office administrator is swayed by the 'waiting' song. The video has already gone viral on YouTube.
Amazon is aiming to meeting consumer orders even before they are made. The idea is to ship the product where there is anticipation of customer demand. This way delivery can be ensured for the same day the order has been placed.
Jul-Bet Enterprises LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 21, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-70204 in the New York Eastern Bankruptcy Court. LaMonica Herbst and Maniscalco is representing the company. APC River Partners LLC, Charles R. Cuddy, Eric Bressler, Internal Revenue Service, IPFS Corporation, Julius F. Klein and Law Offices of Anthony Capetola are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
David J. Thompson Mailing Corporation filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 21, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-00237 in the Pennsylvania Middle Bankruptcy Court. Hoegen & Associates, PC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are A&B Door Contractors, Inc., A.O. Rent, Advance Auto Parts, Ali A Alley MD, P.C., American Food and Vending, Association of Marketing Service, Baumfolder Corporation, Berwick Hospital Center and BMW Financial Services.
The world's richest people could squeeze onto a single bus. Furthermore this bus full of wealth is the equivalent to what is owned by the neediest half of the entire globe. The Â£1tn mark of the affluent reflects the growing disparity leading to governmental instability and societal strains.
China is no longer in the top 3 tourist attractions. Spain has regained its lost position following France and the U.S. The recovering Spanish economy will benefit from this large inflow of visitors, who are primarily from European countries, Britain being in the lead. The political turmoil in Egypt has also contributed to this spike in tourism.
Expecting women are being encouraged to avoid drinking local drink water in W.Va. A poisonous leak has been reported in the water and bottled water is being recommended for pregnant ladies. Even in places where the water has been declared safe, local residents are still not convinced about using the water.
Mohajer12 Corp. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 20, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-00176 in the Alabama Southern Bankruptcy Court. James A. Johnson, P.C. is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Alabama Dept of Revenue, Bank of America, Community Bank, Hancock Bank, Jeffery J. Hartley, Esquire and McPherson Oil Products.
Dots, LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 20, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-11016 in the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court. Lowenstein Sandler LLP is representing the company.
An Iranian envoy was murdered when he confronted his abductors. The incident occurred in the vicinity of the chief diplomat's home in Yemen. Such violence is prevalent in Yemen a stronghold of al Qaeda.
Two luxury brands are aiming for plug-in hybrid cars. With the high costs of gasoline, Bentley and Rolls-Royce seek to attract customers with an alternative source of energy for their vehicles. However exclusively run electric cars are not the solution, due to apprehensions of limited distances being covered and lengthy durations for battery charging.
Van Buren Homes, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 on Jan 17, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-20185. William C. Price of Thorp Reed & Armstrong, LLP is representing the company.
Plextronics, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 16, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-10080 in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court. Campbell & Levine, LLC is representing the company. ABC Fire Extinguisher, Abeck Electric, ABS Quality Evaluations, Inc., Agilent Technologies, Airgas USA, LLC, AIST-NT, Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc., Alfa Aesar, All Water Systems and Allegheny Answering Service, Inc. are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Park Tahoe, LP filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 16, 2014. The case was registered under case no. 14-bk-10250 in the California Central Bankruptcy Court. Steven R Fox is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are American Hotel Register, AT&T, AT&T - One Net, Auto Clerk, Brady Industries, Brewer & Tominaga, City of South Lake Tahoe, CL Rafferty Treasurer, CoHo Res and Continental Central Credit, Inc.
Scientists have closely been monitoring Mars for the past decade. To their surprise a rock has landed on the red planet in front of their observer device. The experts are quite taken aback by this recent finding.
Sauter & Associates, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 16, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-60126 in the Oregon Bankruptcy Court. Marc W Gunn is representing the company. Some of listed unsecured creditors are Benjamin M. Kearney, Trustee, Bert P. Krages, II, CC Reporting & Videoconferencing, Gaydos, Churnside, Balthrop PC, Internal Revenue Service, James W. Burton, JD Fulwiler & Co Insurance and Kent & Johnson LLP.
Leix Construction & Development, Inc. filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 16, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-01320 in the Illinois Northern Bankruptcy Court. Jonathan D. Golding of the The Golding Law Offices, P.C. is representing the company. Advanced Disposal, Advanced Disposal Services, Angelo & Rosie Mollo, Angelo De Carlo, Anthony & Melissa Smith, Capital One Bank ( USA ) N.A., City of Chicago, ComEd, Cook County Treasurer and Courtney Calabrese Jenkinson are some of the unsecured creditors.
Thanks to Google the days of pricking for sugar levels may soon be over. Google is experimenting with contact lenses for this purpose, wherein the tiniest bits of technology will be used. Patients are often reluctant to monitor their glucose levels simply because of the inconvenience and discomfort of pricking.
Pope Francis is continuing with his measures of reform. The Pope's call for simplicity has forced him to take disciplinary action against a bishop who spent heavily on his abode. The financial directors of the Vatican have also been dismissed in the midst of fraud accusations. Other stringent measures have been taken including the replacements of prominent cardinals.
Google Glass is being experimented on selected people before it becomes available in the market. The product with a concealed camera is able to follow oral directions such as to provide required information or to check for the latest correspondence. Authorities who find drivers wearing this accessory are being charged.
If mining for minerals is carried out in a certain area of Alaska, it poses great environmental risks. Bristol Bay has the biggest salmon fishery and there are grave concerns about the harm the Pebble Mine project will inflict in spite of the huge profits that can potentially be gained. Hostility to this project from some prominent names will perhaps save this region from lasting abuse.
For sunrise lovers and especially those who like to see the real thing China may not be the place for this admiration. China's level of pollution is so high that the horizon is not visible and a TV screen has been set up showing this natural occurrence.
A new Saudi airliner has signed an agreement to purchase Canadian aircraft. The delivery of the planes, which will seat around 150 travelers, will take approximately another two years. Saudi Gulf is still awaiting legal permission to commence its services.
Premier Bancshares, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 15, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-40206 in the Missouri Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Carmody MacDonald P.C. is representing the company. Adam Aronson, Alan D. Clark, Alan R. Nageleisen, Albert J. Morgenthaler, Alexis M. Lyner-Wood, Alfred H. Schmitz/Irma L. Schmitz Trust, Alice Reinkemeyer, Allan W. Rodgers, Allen K. Shih and Amy N. Armour are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Chambliss Rentals, LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 15, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-10154 in the Mississippi Northern Bankruptcy Court. Russell W. Savory is representing the company. The unsecured creditors are Bancorp South, BankPlus, Chambliss Builders, Citizens National Bank Of Meridian, DeSoto County Bank, Desoto County Tax Collector, ELS Management, LLC and Jerry W. Chambliss.
India with its growing energy demands is looking for power alternatives for its increasing population. Solar energy, at cost effective rates is what the current government is working towards. India, with its warm climatic conditions has the ideal environment for adopting this technology.
Justin Bieber has been accused of harming his neighbor's home. The police, after getting legal permission are looking for supporting evidence. The complainant has filed damages for $20,000.
McDonald's is not happy about some regular customers; a group of elderly Korean folks who spend long hours in a New York branch but order very little. This practice is annoying other people waiting for eating space. The situation has required the intervention of police to disperse this group who apparently are not attracted to other possible meeting venues.
Jimmy Hansen Land & Livestock Company, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 14, 2014. The case was registered under case no. 14-bk-20021 in the Wyoming Bankruptcy Court. Paul Hunter is representing the company. Braden Real Estate and Auctions, Bruce, Kim and Jimmy Hansen, Hansen and Peck, Pinnacle Bank-Wyoming and Steven Edwards et.al are listed as the unsecured creditors.
Prometheus Health Imaging, Inc. filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 14, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-10250 in the California Central Bankruptcy Court. Alan F Broidy is representing the company. The unsecured creditors are Account Receivable Acquisitions, Ali Nasih Mohsen, GE Medical Systems, GE Medical Systems Europe, Jihad Mohamad Khalil, Nadim Nimr Yassin and Sauj Al Muttaj.
Wall Street is taking measures to reduce the working hours for some of its staff. The complaint arose when an apprentice passed away last year, there was speculation about his hours of work. While some leading banks have started giving Saturdays as a holiday, some trainees have shared that their best option for a break is to head to the restroom and doze off there for a while.
Apparently having a child named by the internet has appealed to a couple in Canada. Although Stephen has said that he and his wife will have the final say - as they don't want any absurdities for their daughter, they have requested ideas for their awaited child's first and second name. The leading suggestion so far is appealing - if it will be selected is yet to be determined.
The once favorite SMS is allegedly declining in usage. Internet technology is presumably being preferred as a means of correspondence due to the popularity of smartphones. However differing opinions state that the youth prefer this technology whereas those above 55 are gradually embracing the SMS service.
Inc. Graphic Impressions NW filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 13, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-10225 in the Washington Western Bankruptcy Court. Denice E Moewes is representing the company. AJ Adhesives, Alan H. Bell, APC Pallet, Attn: Seattle District Counsel, Atwood Adhesives, Barton J. Moen, Bizxchange-DEA Shipp, Brian A. Shapley, Brian J. Fredette and Carmen S. Regan are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
RAM Entertainment LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 13, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-30009 in the West Virginia Southern Bankruptcy Court. Caldwell & Riffee is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Farmers Bank and Savings Company, M & T Bank, M2 Properties, LLC, Sheriff of Jackson County, Sheriff of Mason County, West Virginia State Tax Department, WV Department of Employment Security and WV Insurance Commissioner.
The prime minister of UAE has stated that if the bans imposed on Iran are removed then everyone will be at advantage. Dubai is the center point for the trade traffic that Iran has with its neighbors. Iran has maintained that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes although the international community has not always agreed with this view point.
Historically rich Greece also well known for its tourist attractions is still struggling financially. However a Canadian company has shown its desire to dig for gold in the Skouries mine. Eldorado Gold Corp plans to invest $1 billion over the next few years; but opposition has already set in and clouded the government's promotional project for external investment.
Recent reports suggest that many women in the U.S., in spite of widespread claims of women empowerment are on the brink of dire financial conditions. Maria Shriver in her study states that the affected women are by no means greedy for all gains, rather they are putting in maximum efforts and yet the results are not bringing them sound well-being. The figures for those in monetary hardships crosses the 40 million mark and some 28 million have children they have to provide for.
Sean Dunne, a property developer is seeking permanent residence in the U.S. by means of applying for a green card. Currently he is residing on the east coast with an E-2 Visa. Dunne is facing insolvency issues both in his native country and his current nation of residence.
N770 Ge, LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 9, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-30056 in the Ohio Southern Bankruptcy Court. J Matthew Fisher of Allen, Kuehnle Stovall & Neuman LLP is representing the company. Geoffrey W. Edelsten, Powell Aircraft Title Service, Rafael, Isaac and Limor Mawardi, Rio Neches Aviation II, LLC and West Star Aviation, Inc. are listed as the unsecured creditors.
N&N Construction and Investments, L.L.C. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 9, 2014. The case was filed under case no. 14-bk-10155 in the Washington Western Bankruptcy Court. Daniel J Bugbee is representing the company. Charles Ekberg, Hang Thi Ngoc Hoang, Internal Revenue Service, Lithia Real Estate, Inc., Lynnwood Utilities, Mr. 99 & Associates, Inc., Snohomish County Treasurer, Studio19 Architects, and United States Attorney are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Rosemary Martoma, a child specialist gave her opinion in selecting the jury for her husband, Mathew Martoma's trial. The choice to be made was from 35 possible jurors. The selection resulted in choosing more females than males. The accused has also been reportedly dismissed from Harvard Law School.
On being questioned if Justice Sonia Sotomayor wore a denture, the reply was in the negative. However the credit for Sotomayor's smile was given to a dentist who guessed that Sotomayor was not a frequent smiley face because of her teeth. The relationship between the patient and dentist has developed into more than just a dental care provider.
Detroit plans on deducting medical care facilities for its citizens. However retired employees are suing against this action. The complainants are afraid that the cutting will make them personally pay for their health care benefits, making it highly impossible for some of the folks who are living in impoverished conditions.
A French unemployed man sought a new way of advertising his CV - on a billboard. Laurent Le Bret dressed up as Santa and said that there was one gift he desired - a job. The gentleman's creativity was rewarded as several jobs were offered out of which one was accepted by "Santa".
Norway's state treasury has increased to such an amount that technically all Norwegians are millionaires. The credit is due to the nation's natural oil resources. These excess funds contribute towards the nation's pension reserves.
Phyllis Fine received ideal medical care for a certain duration, leading to improvements in her physical condition. The elderly patient had suffered a stroke, on account of which she had become extremely weak. Policy however has forced the hospice staff to decline further care to Mrs. Fine because her condition is not deteriorating any further.
Al Hambra Estates, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 8, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-10311 in the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court. Leonard S. Singer of Zazella & Singer, Esqs. is representing the company. Strasser & Associates, P.C. and Valley National Bank are listed as the unsecured creditors.
SoCal Eats Point Loma LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 8, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-00099 in the California Southern Bankruptcy Court. Alan Vanderhoff of the Vanderhoff Law Group is representing the company.
Olive Branch Plaza Corp. filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 7, 2014. The case was filed as case no. 14-bk-22015 in the New York Southern Bankruptcy Court. Gabriel Del Virginia, Esq. of the Law Offices of Gabriel Del Virginia is representing the company.
Segars Properties, LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 7, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-30209 in the Texas Northern Bankruptcy Court. Coffin & Driver, PLLC is representing the company.
Recent studies have revealed that internet access is causing workers to continue their work after office hours. Although many such employees are ranked as successful, downsides exist - which are being brushed aside by employers. Waking up at odd hours of the night for checking correspondence updates and similar routine patterns can lead to dejection and tension in these "successful" workers.
Prominent business owners belonging to specific Asian nations are octogenarians. This lengthy life span is not extraordinary in the countries to which these wealthy men belong. Several people listed are amongst the wealthiest men of the world.
The cold weather is at its peak and the Southern states are not being spared of the intense winter temperatures. Many states are freezing, including even those in the south. Pictures of frozen fountains are being posted on social media sites of some Southern states.
Kia of Hayward filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Jan 6, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-30017 in the California Northern Bankruptcy Court. James A. Shepherd of the Law Offices of James Shepherd is representing the company. Andrea A. Wirum, Trustee, Chief Tax Collection Section, Contra Costa County Treasurer, Donald R. White, East Bay Municipal Utility District, First National Bank, Franchise Tax Board, Goldberg, Stinnett, Davis and Linchey, Internal Revenue Service and John P. Christian, Esq. are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Five J's Enterprises, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 6, 2014. The case was filed under case no. 14-bk-40050 in the California Northern Bankruptcy Court. Mark A. McLaughlin of the Law Offices of Mark A. McLaughlin is representing the company. Some of unsecured creditors are Allied Credit/Alliance One, Ally Financial, American Express, Bank of America, Bridgeport Financial, Contra Costa County and Debbie Jacobson.
Princess Cristina of Spain has been summoned by a Spanish court in fraud charges. The 48-year-old daughter of King Juan Carlos will be questioned about her dealings with her husband in a company by the name of Aizoon. Inaki Urdangarin is already being questioned about discrepancies in another organization.
In a recent study, the opinion of people from nearly 40 nations was carried out, sharing their approval or disapproval of the sole superpower. The results show that the majority of Americans have a high opinion of their motherland. The Philippines was another country which had a positive viewpoint of the U.S. Pakistan however along with Jordan and Egypt had the least supportive impression of the country in question.
All those content that their cyber security systems are impenetrable need to think again. Even high profile companies have had security breaches. It is essential to know the possible risks that exist and what measures to take to protect against them. McAfee research labs are aware of the present dangers and have released a list of the major threats to watch out for.
JP Morgan is being held accountable for not tracking the abnormalities in Madoff's Ponzi scheme. A sum almost to the tune of $2 billion will be paid by the bank to three separate managements. A portion of the money will go towards helping some of the people who suffered on account of this fraud.
Due to share prices rising some of the world's wealthiest men have become even richer. Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Warren Buffet are in the list of people whose net worth has increased. Some prominent foreign billionaires include Spanish executive Amancio Ortega Gaona, known famously for his clothing line Zara and Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim.
Innovation - the key word for those in the field of technology. Google one of the leaders in innovation is aiming to have Android in vehicles by the end of this year. Some of the Open Automotive Alliance coalition members are GM, Honda and Hyundai.
Gerhard Becker, a German architect has been accused of involuntary manslaughter. Glenn Allen, a fireman was killed when the home of a ceiling caved in. Upon investigation it was revealed that Becker who had designed and built the home had installed a second rate fireplace and had also violated other building codes.
A young man just over 20 years old has been accused of selling brains online. David Charles stole about 60 jars of this human organ from the storage room of a medical history museum. The stolen possessions are valued at about $4,800. The accused is due to appear in court at the end of January.
Joe's Friendly Service & Son, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Jan. 2, 2014. The case was filed under case no. 14-bk-70001 in the New York Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Fred S Kantrow of the Law Offices of Avrum J. Rosen, PLLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Accurate Mechanical Works Inc., Arrow Produce, Baldor Speciality Foods, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Cablevision, Christopher J. Chalavoutis CPA, Colamussi Credit Shelter Trust, DEP Plumbing & Heating, Dwayne Taylor and Empire Merchants.
Thatched Cottage LP filed for Chapter 11 voluntary protection on Jan. 2, 2014. The case was registered as case no. 14-bk-70002 in the New York Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Fred S Kantrow of the Law Offices of Avrum J. Rosen, PLLC is representing the company. Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Christopher J. Chalavoutis CPA, Colamussi Credit Shelter Trust, Dwayne Taylor, F.L. Landscaping, Inc., Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Gibb Capital and Happy Rock Merchant Solutions are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Senor Fish, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 on Jan. 2, 2014. The case was registered under case no. 14-bk-10076 in the California Central Bankruptcy Court. Law Office of Marc Weitz is representing the company. Ace Beverage Co., ADT LLC, Alessandro Caffe, Inc., Arandas Imports, Inc., AT&T Corp., Bank Of America Corporation, Bread Lounge, LLC and California Franchise Tax Board are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
The Italian car manufacturer Fiat will be purchasing Chrysler shares. 41.5 percent of shares remain to be purchased by the Italian car company. On hearing the news Fiat shares rose just over 15% in the Italian stock market.
An attorney has parted from a law firm after 28 years. The 120-attorney law firm is taking a new direction which Donald Looper does not agree with. Looper is temporarily going to share office space with a friend while he works on setting up a new firm.
Manitoba is freezing and the temperatures of the extreme winter conditions are being recorded. -31 degrees Celsius has been documented and it's being compared to the freezing conditions of the planet Mars. However the Manitoba record has still not been broken, which shows that -37.8 degrees Celsius has been the lowest temperature.
Although Latvia has been a member of the EU for a number of years, only at the start of this year has the euro become its official currency. Once a Soviet state, Latvia has displayed the speediest growing economy in the EU. The euro has replaced the lats - the national currency of Latvia, leading to expectations that now there will be less financial dependency on Russia.
John Boehner is the man responsible to see that business owners seeking entry into the USA be facilitated in their purpose. For this objective he has hired Rebecca Tallent to assist in laying out immigration policies that will assist interested entrepreneurs rather than edge them away. There are already concerns about the justification of existing job opportunities and benefits for natural U.S. citizens as opposed to foreigners.
After some 2000 doctors have been removed from a healthcare provider's list, the affected New York physicians have sued UnitedHealthcare for this decision. The doctors have a number of objections that they have listed in their legal complaint. The medical specialists have especially shown their concern that the aged and handicapped will suffer the most due to this step.
Palm Gardens Mobile Home Park, L.C. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 31, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-15557 in the Florida Middle Bankruptcy Court. Latham,Shuker,Eden & Beaudine, LLP is representing the company.
Chamax, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 31, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-16906 in the Florida Middle Bankruptcy Court. Stichter Riedel Blain & Prosser is representing the company.
Upper Valley Commercial Corporation filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 31, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-13110 in the New Hampshire Bankruptcy Court. The Tamposi Law Group is representing the company. Abby C. O'Donnell, Alfa M. Patten, Allene Millette, Allyson Bruckner, Ann Winter, Austin Charles Palmer, Ava Mae Boudreault and Barbara A. DeRosia are listed as the unsecured creditors.
Dunn's Outdoors, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 31, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-50976 in the Kentucky Western Bankruptcy Court. Farmer & Wright, PLLC is representing the company. Dunn's Outdoors supplies its customers with everything they need for their next hunting or fishing event. Some of the unsecured creditors are AcuSport Corporation, AMS Bowfishing, APZB Industries, Inc., Ardisam, Avian-X, Bending Branches, Benji Stringer, Beretta USA, Big Rock Sports and Bowtech Archery.
New Life International filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 31, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-10974 in the Tennessee Middle Bankruptcy Court. Gullett, Sanford, Robinson, Martin is representing the company. Abbotts, James M., Abbotts, Robert T., Abbotts, William C., Abel, John, Accident Fund General Insur. Co., Acevedo, Ramon, Adelsberg, Steven, Adelsberg, Steven, Aitken, Beth Ann and Alabama Securities Commission are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
DJH GP filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 30, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-20246 in the California Central Bankruptcy Court. Jeffrey S Benice is representing the company. Dornin Investment Group is listed as the unsecured creditor.
Robert A. Rhodes filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 30, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-21124 in the Pennsylvania Eastern Bankruptcy Court. O'Kelly Ernst & Bielli, LLC is representing the company. Arete Healthcare Service, LLC, Business Interiors & Supplies, Comcast, Kimberly Reed & H. Clifton Reed, McKesson Medical Surgical, Roberts Oxygen Co., Inc., Smart Practice, Stan Markizon Printing and Stericycle are listed as the unsecured creditors.
Capital Group Holdings, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 30, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-21981 in the Arizona Bankruptcy Court. Thomas E. Littler is representing the company.
Climate change is not only making an impact on the weather conditions but findings reveal that people are also affected by this change. The extreme hot summers can reduce the productivity of humans which in turn can potentially factor in on the economic front.
Facebook and Twitter are not crucial for hiring but LinkedIn is a must according to one opinion! The edge that this site has over the other two equally popular sites is that if a company has plans of expanding overseas than recruiting personnel from a distance is not an insurmountable issue. Data for potential employees is easily accessible and the selection process can be carried out with convenience.
While meeting Snow White and other Disney characters is a dream of all young girls, the story behind the scenes for the people portraying these roles is not the glamour the public sees. The auditions themselves take a few lengthy days and the potential candidates trying out number into the hundreds. The annual increments are not exceptionally high and personal experiences with visitors can range from happy to unhappy memories. The word "no" is prohibited and spontaneity is required for interaction with the guests.
Banks are competing to be equipped with the latest technology for mobile banking, giving them the edge for maximum number of customers. If banks stay in the lead with their technological advances than their chances of advancing in the market are high, otherwise there is all likelihood of falling behind due to the constant inflow of high-tech innovations.
The collapse of the gold price indicates that the economy is recovering. The public is no longer worrying that the market will crash. Strong economies are showing trends of improvement like the U.S. and Europe, China also is signaling towards robust growth.
The social network site Twitter is facing a dip in its market shares. The best stock price of $74.73 in the previous week has dropped almost 18%. No specific reason has been given for this decline; however Facebook and LinkedIn shares have also depreciated slightly.
One CEO has suggested that job advertisements are misleading by emphasizing competence and understanding skills for a potential candidate. Lou Adler, CEO of the Adler Group has suggested it's better to highlight the possible growth a job can provide for a possible employee. He further suggests that candidates should be attracted towards a job rather than shunned away.
Eight people have been arrested in Spain for embezzling millions of dollars globally. The cash had been stolen through ATM machines and hacking confidential credit card information. This is one of the most successful crackdowns internationally, it has also been disclosed that one individual arrested in Germany is the mastermind behind this entire fraud.
McDonalds has taken down its website due to undesirable publicity being relayed about it. A McDonald's representative has stated that the feedback on the site has not been productive for the chain's workers. An alternative to the site is a hotline that will provide all necessary information.
A policeman was compelled to use pepper spray to disperse a crowd of people attempting to enter a Florida theatre without tickets. The officer also had to resort to calling for back-up assistance. After the officer's intervention about 600 people are reported to have erupted into disorderly behavior in the parking lot.
Law libraries are predicted to be on a steep decline according to law educator James G. Milles. With the current advancements in technology most personnel are opting to do their study electronically. The areas where money can be earned will be prioritized whereas those with unattractive monetary gains will be deprioritized.
Inspired by the Christmas spirit, Florida police officers were handing out lottery tickets when they pulled over irresponsible drivers. The distributed tickets were bought by the officers’ personal money and it was an effort to extend the holiday delight.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky has stated upon his release from prison that his goal is to assist in the release of other political detainees. He has no interest in coming into power or forming any opposition force. He has called on the West to help him in his mission.
Christmas has passed and some gifts remain unopened, courtesy to shipping delays. Fed Ex and UPS have blamed the bad weather conditions and the Christmas rush for the inconvenience. Several affected customers have vented through social media sites telling of their personal experiences.
One Santa entered a bank with a packet and gave it to a bank employee. The packet however was not a gift, "Santa" warned while giving the package that it was dangerous, whereupon he told the employee to give him cash. With the given cash he fled the crime scene in an automobile.
An experienced British surgeon is being accused of signing his initials "SB" on a patient's liver. There is speculation that numerous other patients may be similarly affected. Simon Bramhall has years of experience in liver transplantation and has written much about his area of expertise.
A 19-year-old was arrested by the police for over speeding. When Alain Cassagnol got out of his car, the cops smelt drugs and upon questioning the accused if he was in possession of any illegal possession, they received an affirmative reply and found marijuana. A frankincense and myrrh fragrance spray was also in the car for the purpose of concealing the marijuana odor.
As a family was returning home from a church service in broad daylight, they saw their front door broken into. Not only were the gifts stolen but also private banking data. The victimized family has sent their kids to a more secure place and will shift their house shortly due to the prevailing insecurity after the incident.
With a continuing civil war for the past two and a half years in Syria, Iran has proven to be a key ally in the midst of sanctions imposed on the war torn country. Iran however itself is the target of punitive measures due to its nuclear program. Recent information is revealing that Syria is not dependent only on Iran for its oil supply but imports are being supplied from Iraq on Iranian ships with the assistance of other neighboring countries.
It is recommended that when selecting someone for employment, immediate selection should be refrained from; at least 30 minutes should pass before reaching a decision. Objectivity is the key, no tilting towards possible favorites if a suitable selection is to be made. Also remember that people can be nervous in an interview situation, yet potentially they may be your ideal candidate so give them the edge in that regard.
Tim C. Thomas, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 23, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-42350 in the Georgia Southern Bankruptcy Court. James L. Drake, Jr. is representing the company.
United Properties, LLC filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 23, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-07926 in the North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Oliver Friesen Cheek, PLLC is representing the company. A & Co. Management, Anthony & Co., Commerical Bldg Services, David T. Pryzwansky, Durham County Tax Office, Internal Revenue Service, Internal Revenue Service, James I. Anthony, Jr., Jason L. Hendren, Motor & Equip Manufacturers and Mustard Tree Instruments, LLC are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Ireland is no longer dependent on bailouts and Irish leaders are stating that the employment rate is decreasing. However some see matters from a different perspective. Sharon O'Flaherty, targeted by a job cut and no suitable alternative had to pursue an immigration option which landed her in Perth. The decreased unemployment rate actually has a large part to do with the young workforce leaving the country and opting for more suitable options elsewhere.
Before the year ends unemployment assistance will expire and Congress is refusing to renew this aid package affecting some 1.3 million out of work. Democrat Senators are hoping to restore this assistance at the start of next year, however if their efforts are unsuccessful than many people will be affected. In 2008 Congress broadened the existing unemployment benefits originating from 1935; this expansion is the matter at stake.
A dispute between Del Monte Fresh Produce and a shipping company has caused 3,500,000 bananas to perish. Del Monte is claiming that the exported fruit was stored at an incorrect temperature, causing this loss. Del Monte has claimed damages of $1.5 million; the presiding judge has ordered that the bananas should not be shifted until a decision is reached.
Some laws are unknown until you end up breaking them, unintentionally of course. A man in Garden City, N.Y. was almost arrested when his neighbor reported to the authorities that he was washing his car in his personal driveway. The police spared the violation this time but told the offender to take precaution for the future.
A 52 year old woman was arrested shortly after her release, although she had stated that she would remain sober after being arrested almost 400 times. Shermain Miles has been accused of public drinking, getting into a brawl with a male acquaintance and stealing keys from an elderly man. Miles admits to being a monster but puts the blame on her liquor intake.
Atlantic City's Revel Casino which earlier declared insolvency, will potentially be bought by Hard Rock International. Other buyers have also shown their interest in the troubled company, but Hard Rock's negotiations are reportedly the closest to a deal materializing. Earlier Hard Rock had dropped plans of investing in Atlantic City indicating unattractive business surroundings.
The Pope urged Christians to be humble and those who showed no humility he called pagans. The Pope said that Christians need to follow Christ's example of being considerate towards those in need. He further stated that those who do not want to follow such a life style need to reconsider their interaction with the poor.
Saint Francis Hospital and Health Centers has filed for Chapter 11 protection. The hospital staff is aiming to give the patients the required care during the bankruptcy proceedings. Health Quest has purchased the hospital's assets and will operate under Vassar Brothers Medical Center.
Dolphin Bay Developers, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 19, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-40027 in the Florida Southern Bankruptcy Court. Philip J Landau is representing the company. Atlantic Avenue Chiropractic, Bags By Eileen, Bank United, David Ross, First American Multi Services, Fit to the Core Pilates, Garden of Vegan and Glisten Salon are some of the unsecured creditors.
Frego & Associates - The Bankruptcy Law Office, PL filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 19, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-13471 in the Louisiana Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Gold, Lange & Majoros, PC is representing the company. AT&T, Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Michigan, Boyle Burdett, PC, Canon Financial Services, Inc., CIN Legal Data Services and Colonial Life are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
HJK Hospitality, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 19, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-60141 in the Texas Northern Bankruptcy Court. Joyce W. Lindauer, Attorney at Law is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Brown County Tax Assessor-Collector, Internal Revenue Service, Office of the Attorney General, Small Business Administration, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas Workforce Commission, US Attny. General and Zion First National Bank.
Johnson and Novartis have been fined large amounts by the European Commission. Both pharmaceutical companies are being accused of breaking the competition law. The sick in Holland were not able to purchase cheaper medication due to an underhand deal in which allegedly the accused companies procrastinated the supply of less expensive medication.
2014 will hopefully have something new in the market from Glock firearm manufacturers. Glock has a variety of purchasers ranging from the law enforcement agencies to the avid fans of the semi-automatic pistols. Although some people are critical of the quality of these weapons, Glock has certainly been able to maintain its hold in the market and has become one of the most popular if not the most popular brand of its kind in the U.S.
American Made Tires Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 18, 2013. The case was registered under case no. 13-bk-47510 in the New York Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Peter Mammis is representing the company. 1717 Realty Corp., Corning Federal Credit Union, David Bier, Esq, Grand Central Recovery, NYSEG, Rule Transfer Inc., REDEC and SREDEC are listed as the unsecured creditors.
McEwen.65, LLC filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 18, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-10706 in the Tennessee Middle Bankruptcy Court. Harwell Howard Hyne Gabbert & Manner PC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Internal Revenue Service, KRK LLC, Liberty Dollar Financial Services Inc., McEwen 65 LLC, Terence Kilpatrick Esq.
According to the Delaware Supreme Court, lawyers must have a separate office, in the absence of which punitive measures can be taken. This is what one lawyer is guilty of along with other offenses. Fred Barakat's office space is not bona fide as is the legal requirement and therefore a two year suspension order has been issued.
Could a massive disaster one day destroy the surface of the Earth to the point that no evidence is left of our existence? As a thought experiment, consider that if the answer to this question is "yes," then how do we know that a past civilization- or civilizations- of which there is no trace- did not once exist. And if this is the case, how do know that such civilization(s) was/were human?
Statistics of 2012 reveal that Connecticut was the leading state for the highest wages; however the nation's capital was ahead 25 percent of the top notch holder. Individual income is not just confined to one's pay but also includes factors like health. The survey findings also reveal that the perks of D.C. workers were by far the highest than the U.S. average.
Snowden is seeking asylum in Brazil and in return is offering his support to probe NSA espionage in the asylum sought nation. Even if Brazil grants permission, there are some documentation issues Snowden will have to overcome. His American passport has been cancelled and he is not allowed to leave Russia, unless the Russian government grants him permission. Brazil has at this point of time not responded to the appeal.
A lawyer aimed to get arrested on purpose in order to gain an inside look at the prevailing justice system. In spite of clearly breaching the law, the attorney had many unsuccessful attempts of pursing his goal of getting booked. Perhaps the color of his skin and his apparel prevented the authorities from taking legal action. The lawyer did finally get arrested and was able to get the personal exposure he sought
Saint Francis Hospital Preschool Program, a hospital-based special needs program for children ages 18 months to 5 years filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 17, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-37728 in the New York Southern Bankruptcy Court. Saint Francis Hospital brings together women and men dedicated to the healthcare needs of the people of their region. They personify the Catholic tradition of respect for life and the dignity and worth of each individual. Nixon Peabody LLP is representing the institution.
Susie Corporation filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 17, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-60949 in the Texas Eastern Bankruptcy Court. McCathern, PLLC is representing the company. A-1 Textiles, Carbon Golden Malted, Centerpoint Energy, City of Henderson, CRS, Direct TV, Dixie Paper Company and Edward Septic & Grease Trap are some of the unsecured creditors.
A recent study reveals that Canadian CEOs are drawing handsome salaries; however the taxes they are paying are equally hefty. In 2010, 60 CEOs paid in taxes the equivalent of the average salary of Canadian employees - approximately $46,000 a year, according to the study. The study further reveals that the mentioned CEOs in spite of the large amounts they were earning, still were paying much heavier taxes due to the increased tax rate of their high incomes.
Strasburg Commercial Development Company, LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 16, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-15572 in the Virginia Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Cohen Baldinger & Greenfeld, LLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Bryan & Coleman, P.C., FirstBank, LT1, LLC, Martin Turk, Pennoni Associates, Inc., R.J. Turner, Shenandoah County Treasurer and Turner Enterprises, LLC.
BT12, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 16, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-07752 in the North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy Court. J.M. Cook is representing the company. Bankruptcy Administrator, Colliers International, Internal Revenue Service, Micahel P. Hugo, Myong S. Kim, N.C. Dept. of Commerce, NC Dept of Revenue, PNC Bank, Secretary of the Treasury and Securities & Exchange Commission are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Zimmerman is not the only one in the spotlight for legal woes; in fact his lawyer from the Trayvon Martin case may have some legal worries himself. Mark O'Mara has distanced himself from his former client and has publicly stated that he has not been paid his dues from the case. However an investigation is being carried out about how the defense attorney dealt with the case.
Retailers are giving increased discretionary powers to storekeepers to deal with customers as they bargain purchasing rates. Amongst several reasons for this allowance, one threat retailers are facing is the comparison of prices online. Experts suggest that all that is required from a consumer is a courteous request for a rate reduction and the likelihood of being offered a discount ticket is very high.
States in he West like Montana and Colorado are thriving with the recent oil and gas business development; new jobs with higher wages are some of the attractions for the local people. However the picture is not entirely rosy, some downside factors have cropped up. For instance congestion in schools has increased, heavy traffic vehicles are on the rise and lawlessness is also swelling.
The Australian premier has shown his agreement to allow external financing for the Australian airliner, Qantas. An agreement signed in 1992 limits foreign buying, preventing fair competition from its challenger Virgin, which receives a healthy dose of foreign investment from multiple sources. Qantas is considering job cuts and other stringent measures to counter its current situation.
Upon being forced to leave her ex-boyfriend's house, Amanda Pollard was seeking vengeance. On entering the house the following day, with Joshua Brewster's permission Pollard set up multiple traps such as putting animal toxin in Brewster's edibles. She also threatened to put his house on flames with him inside. The 28-year-old has been arrested and has her next hearing after Christmas. <br>
Recent statistics reveal that out of nearly 30 industrialized countries, America ranks towards the bottom for its ability or lack of it to reduce the mortality rate, with specific regard to females, in spite of the high cost of medical care. Germany met with the most success, documenting an extended life span with additional dollars spent. One of the factors contributing to this lapse in the U.S. is that the stress is on cure for chronic illnesses whereas extensive focus in other countries is on protective measures.
IKEA is making efforts to provide company for those longing for it over Christmas. An online form is allowing people to join others, either as a guest or as a host. The online profile has many similarities to other social media sites regarding what information individuals share about themselves, through which IKEA attempts to make suitable matches. There is no verification of details so the likelihood of false information exists.
Megyn Kelly has many fingers pointing towards her, after she made the comment that both Jesus and Santa are white. Santa is traced back to St. Nicholas, who could possibly be white considering he belonged to modern day Turkey, although there is still disagreement as to how white He was. However there is more speculation about the color of Jesus, considering he belonged to the Middle East region; many people guess He was more of brownish color taking into consideration the skin color of the people living within the territory mentioned.
Rich in name only, a RINO - that's what America has allegedly become. Statistics show that the U.S. is lagging in comparison to other countries, like things in the infrastructure are crumbling and the life expectancy of numerous other countries is better than the existing sole super power. Americans are taking a lead in certain aspects, yet in other aspects it is not in the lead.
Jordan Graham has accepted responsibility to the death of her husband of 12 days. The victim was pushed of a cliff by his angered wife who has admitted to acting recklessly. Initially Graham hid the truth and fabricated different stories, which led to her guilt unfolding. She is being charged with second degree murder and will be sentenced next spring.
RISA Management Corp. has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 12, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-76206 in the New York Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Scott R Schneider is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are 651 Fair Commuications, A.W. Meyer Co Inc., A.W. Meyer Co Inc., Advanced Reprographic Sol, Airweld Inc., American Express, Ametco Manufacturing Corp., Anastos Engineering Assoc. and Aresco, Inc.
Steel City, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 12, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-47562 in the Illinois Northern Bankruptcy Court. John S. Biallas, Attorney At Law is representing the company. Dasco Investment Corp., Kevin Rogers, Attorney At Law, Michael Schwartz, Ms. Caren A. Lederer, People's Bank for Arlington Heights and Richard Thomas are listed as the unsecured creditors.
Certain anti-poverty advocates are allegedly receiving huge sums in the form of pay checks, raising objections by the public, as to why money being raised for good causes is to a large extent landing up in the pockets of those who are claiming to alleviate the misery of the poor. For those who would truly like to reach out to the deserving, the suggestion is not to blindly give donations but perhaps to either do volunteer work or otherwise to research the track record of the charity they desire to make a contribution to.
Raymond Li has purchased the second most expensive home in the Victoria Peak area of Hong Kong. For this purchase the Chinese lawyer has made a payment of $95 million for a residence he will occupy. Mr. Li has represented some high profile cases.
Chen "Michael" Deng after being brought to a hospital in critical condition passed away the following day. Police are investigating the occurrence of where members of a fraternity assembled and after the performance of a rite, the 19 year-old received injuries. Deng was professionally treated but died shortly after. The details are unknown and are being looked into by the Pennsylvania police.
Nuview Molecular Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a medical imaging and diagnostic company committed to addressing urgent and unmet medical needs filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 11, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-33812 in the Utah Bankruptcy Court. Labertew & Associates, LLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are ADT, ASG Security, AT&T, Denton County Property Taxes, Denton County Tax Assessor, Denton Municipal Utilities, Denton Solid Waste Collections, Discount Waste Systems, Interstate Restoration, Inc. and Isotope Solutions.
Good Enterprises, Ltd. filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 10, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-20684 in the Pennsylvania Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Blakinger, Byler & Thomas , P.C. is representing the company. Adventure Publications, Alfred Neufeld, Alisa Bair, Alisa Bair, Allan Macrae, Alta's Heirlooms, American Diabetes Association, American Library Association, American Quilter's Society, Architec and Arkeay Design Print are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
The American Dream implies that even those who do not earn a good sum can still climb the status ladder if they show commitment and dedication at work. However statistics tell another story -in America it is more difficult to change the status you were born into in comparison to other developed countries like Japan and some European nations. In countries where these is an increased status difference, then the chances of remaining in the same rank are more likely as the rich can cater to their kids' futures by providing more required exposure - something out of reach for the underprivileged.
Harvard Law School is surprisingly not the most welcoming place for women according to the feedback of certain female students at the Ivy League. In spite of having excellent academic achievements prior to joining the renowned institution, women have expressed their reservations about being underestimated in the predominately male school. Female students have also voiced concerns about losing their confidence level and academic performance dropping.
A Ten Commandments monument erected in Oklahoma is driving opponents to demand its removal, while Satanists see this as an appropriate opportunity to place a monument of their choice next to the revered Ten Commandments. A Satanists spokesperson gave assurance that the design they would choose would be acceptable to the community. However much controversy is already unfolding as to which religious groups can be permitted to publicly display their sacred monuments, as permission for one faith leaves little room for rejecting another faith.
STAR Dynamics Corporation filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 10, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-59657 in the Ohio Southern Bankruptcy Court. Allen Kuehnle Stovall & Neuman LLP is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are 30ACPA, Access I/O Products, Inc., Acopian Technical, Acromag, Inc., Actions Et Services, Adnaco Technology Inc., Advanced Solutions, Advanced Technical Materials, AeroFlex Plainview, Inc. and Aeroflex Weinschel Inc.
MJC America, Ltd. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 10, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-39097 in the California Central Bankruptcy Court. David A Tilem of Law Offices of David A Tilem is representing the company. ABF Freight System, Inc., Ally Financial, American Express, Amerigas-Gardena, Berkshire Hathaway Homestate, Board Of Equalization, Capital Premium Financing, Charley Loh and Chep USA are listed as some of the unsecured creditors.
Obamacare is limited to the hospitals it offers insurers. The leading health care facilities are not included in the list of choices for consumers when selecting a hospital. Many are speculating that there is a compromise on quality, while a defense stance is that price should not be considering a measuring rod for efficiency.
Bay Area Financial Corporation has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec 9, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-38974 in the California Central Bankruptcy Court. Sandford Frey is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Alfred or Winifred Wilkes, Allen Brodetsky Trustee, Amber Ireland, Angel and Grace V Gonzalez TTEE, Ann Hagihara Miks, Anthony A and Helen J Demetriou TTE, Arlette R Hobbs, Arthur and Grace Beavens TTEES and Arthur DeFever Trustee.
BlackCat Trading Company LLC filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 9, 2013. The case was registered under case case no. 13-bk-45594 in the Texas Northern Bankruptcy Court. Crain Cubbage Healy & Wilson, pllc is representing the company. BNSF Railway Company, C.H Robinson International Inc., Completion Industrial Minerals LLC, Epstein Becker & Green PC, Fila Energy Services, GeoMetrix USA Inc., GuiZhou ChengQian, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP and Wigington & Dankesreitter LLP are listed as the unsecured creditors.
According to a recent study, results reveal that mobile phones are a cause of stress in contrast to a prior study which indicated that this popular technology was a socializing venue. In the current study researchers had access to students' academic records and also carried out clinical tests in evaluating stress levels. Researcher Andrew Lepp is of the opinion that individuals require reflection time as a means of relaxation and the current trends prevent them from such recommendations.
As workers have been protesting their low wages and in turn demanding an increase in their hourly rates in fast food chains, startling gaps between the employees' pays of these chains are being revealed. The CEOs of McDonalds and Starbucks are drawing around $9,200 hourly. This difference is a 1000 times more than the wages of those protesting.
The Los Angeles city lawyer has taken legal action against two high profile banks, claiming that Wells Fargo and Citigroup have not been fair in their mortgage dealings. This alleged favoritism has caused foreclosures among those who are not in the majority, according to the city attorney. Additionally, the attorney expressed concern that the city has had to bear the toll of this unfair lending, having to bear additional expenses; both banks have denied the accusations.
Customers are demanding a refund of their payments after the gym they were members of has been forced to shut down on the orders of a bankruptcy court. One customer complained that just after renewing his annual subscription, he heard the news about the closure. The chances of the facility reopening are undecided, at present there are a large number of creditors.
The people of Central Falls in Rhode Island are serving an appropriate example for those who are short of funds and yet aspire clean surroundings. Following financially hard times, the public of the smallest state has contributed towards the purchase of dustbins in order to enhance the beauty of their Jenks Park. Consider this voluntary tax and a model to follow.
A lawyer has been accused of causing commotion in a court house when he declared that there was a bomb threat, although on investigation there was no such danger. Gregory Moore's attorney has stated that his client will defend his innocence. Moore himself is a divorce lawyer.
Nelson Mandela passed away Tursday, December 05, 2013. The former South African President fought for the rights of his countrymen, serving a 27 year sentence in prison which resulted in his anti-apartheid movement receiving worldwide attention. Later, he took oath as the first black president of his county.
The lavish living space of Senator Shumer, well rather the contrary! The $750 rent for the accommodation the Senator occupies is similar to a college student's abode. There is the absence of a bed and the mattress that the gentleman sleeps on is never made, a couch serves the purpose of a cupboard, and a list of other things ... the response from his wife: she won't stay there when she's visiting.
An international airliner had to opt for landing at another national airport when the winds prevented it from landing at Birmingham. Crosswind landing is one of the most challenging parts of flying. In such circumstances an aircraft can completely change direction - much is required on the pilot's behalf to manage a safe arrival for all on board.
Vivatar, Inc. located in Holland, Michigan filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 5, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-09258 in the Michigan Western Bankruptcy Court. Wardrop & Wardrop, P.C. is representing the company. 2K Tool, LLC, 40th Street '06 Associates LLC, A D Bos Vending Services, A&K Finishing Inc., ACT Test Panels LLC, Adell Plastics, Inc., Advantage Industries, Inc., Aerotek, Inc., AFLAC and Alberto Moreno are some of the unsecured creditors.
Tampa Warehouse, LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 5, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-32547 in the North Carolina Western Bankruptcy Court. Tomblin, Farmer & Morris, PLLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are AB Certified Water Treatment LLC, City of Tampa, Davis Supply, Inc., Domogawa Roofing Inc., DPI Mid Atlantic, Inc., Florida Department of Revenue, Fred D. Godley, G.A.S. Fire Protection, Inc., Hillsborough Co. EPC and Hillsborough County Tax Collector.
Fairfax Homes, Inc. filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 4, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-00744 in the District Of Columbia Bankruptcy Court. Marc Harvey Sliffman is representing the company. DC Treasurer, Deborah Jones Miller, Edgewood Condominum Unit Owner, Mahjabeen HIrji, Michael D. Frasier, Mohamedreza Damani, Siddika Naqvi and Suntrust Bank are some of the unsecured creditors.
Berkley Club, LLC filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 4, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-07526 in the North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Oliver Friesen Cheek, PLLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Battle Winslow Scott & Wiley, Dare to Hyde, LLC, Emerald Portfolio Alpha, LLC, George E. Goodrich, Hyde Co. Tax Dept., Internal Revenue Service, Leslie Lane Mize, Michael Nolan, NC Dept of Commerce and NC Dept of Revenue.
The NYPD arrested a man on charges of having MDMA. The accused insisted on being innocent and that the "forbidden" possession was not ecstasy but his breath mints. However the plea was to no avail as the chief police had been trained in tracing ecstasy and was certain that Hankin's candy was the banned drug.
North America Power Partners LLC filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection on Dec. 3, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-36430 in the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court. Webber McGill, LLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Addicks Engineering, Alcom Printing, American Express, American Security Products, Amerihealth, ASC Profiles and Ashland Inc.
Christian Life Center, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 2, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-37415 in the Texas Southern Bankruptcy Court. Tow & Koenig, PLLC is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are Advanced Business Copiers, Bank of America, Chernosky, Smith, Ressling & Smith PLLC, Comerica Commercial Lending Services, De Lage Landen Financial Services, FEMA Region VI and Foundation Capital Resources.
Hardwick Clothes, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 on Dec. 2, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-16079 in the Tennessee Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Chambliss, Bahner and Stophel is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are American Express, AT&T, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Box 1, Burlington, International Textile Group, Chattanooga Gas Company, Cleveland Utilities, HMS Internations Fabrics Corp. and Interpad.
Insolvency and out of the spotlight are not hopeful indicationsof a comeback, but that's exactly what SAAB, the Swedish carmaker is doing. The new owners are hoping to put out an electric run car in the upcoming year and the prime consumer market will be China, although the cars will be manufactured in Sweden. The production will be based on the market demand.
When Microsoft struck a deal with Nokia, many in Finland took the matter personally, considering Nokia was a worldwide known brand, bringing in much honor to the people of Finland. However all is not dull and gloomy for the Finns with the departure of Nokia ... Jolla is showing signs of being a possible replacement, the manufacturers are prior Nokia engineers who have aspirations to go big and give the market giants a run for their money.
Volvo is looking for a comeback and the path they're choosing to swing back into the market is by introducing cars without drivers. The claims are that driverless cars are at much less risk of human errors. With the latest technology, the car will be equipped with all the current gadgets to enable it to perform to its maximum safety capacity.
Red Apple Properties, LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection on Dec.1, 2013. The case was registered under case no. 13-bk-07417 in the North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy Court. Stephen G Inman is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are BB&T, Cape Fear Farm Credit, First Bank, First Capital Bank, Freda Porter, Greg Bryant, Harold Locklear, Angela Oxendine and Internal Revenue Service.
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Santorini Y Not, Inc., filed for Chapter protection on Nov. 27, 2013. The case was filed as case no. 13-bk-45746 in the Minnesota Bankruptcy Court. Steven Nosek is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are 1300 Technology Drive, LLC, Accent Lighting, Inc., Aire Master, Alpine Diversified Svcs Inc., American Restaurant Supply, Anthony A. Nicklow, Aramark Uniform Services and Bellboy Corporation.
H.E.P. Direct, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Nov. 27, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-51485 in the North Carolina Middle Bankruptcy Court. Vicki L. Parrott is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are A T & T, Airgas National Welders, American Express, Archdale Office Supply, Atmos Energy, Bank of North Carolina, BB&T Insurance Service, Inc. and Black Rock Realty Advisors.
The affluent in China are looking beyond the borders of China, leaving in search of a more prosperous future for their families. As there are restrictions within China about how much cash can be taken abroad many of the transactions are not transparent, yet it is being reported that billions of dollars of property are being purchased by these wealthy immigrants. The extravagance is not limited to the essentials of their abodes but large sums are also being spent on leisurely items like rare art collections.
Texas EquuSearch has agreed to settle their legal dispute with Casey Anthony. EquuSearch disputed that Anthony caused their search team to search extensively for her daughter, even though she knew Caylee was dead. Much time, effort and expenses went into a futile search, whereas these efforts could have been channelized for deserving families. Whether Texas EquuSearch will ever receive the amount they have agreed to with Anthony is highly questionable, considering her current financial condition.
Zimmerman was arrested mid-November on the complaint of his girlfriend, accusing him of domestic violence. Court records are now revealing that five guns were recovered from the accused. Zimmerman has been released on bail and has pleaded not guilty to charges of aggravated assault.
Harrisburg Prospect Lease Fund, LLC filed for Chapter 11 voluntary protection on Nov. 27, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-15263 in the Oklahoma Western Bankruptcy Court. McAfee & Taft is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are listed as 3CG LLC, Adam Lobert (IRA), Alan Breuker, Ana I Anderson Imber, Arch L Ferguson Foundation, Arthur Rezac, Bernard E Ryan, Bobby & Charlotte Rogers and Brad Hoover.
Trigeant, Ltd. filed for Chapter 11 protection on Nov. 27, 2013. The case was filed under case no. 13-bk-38580 in the Florida Southern Bankruptcy Court. Paul Steven Singerman, Esq is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are 1001 McKinney Venture, L.P., 3d Marine USA, Inc., A & C Fire Equipment Co. Inc., A & W Office Supply, A&B Communications, A&R Septic Tank Service, A&T Consultants Ltd., A. G. Hill Power, Aashto Materials Reference Library and Ac2, Inc.
Harrisburg Prospect Lease Fund, LLC filed for Chapter 11 voluntary protection on Nov. 27, 2013. The case was registered as case no. 13-bk-15263 in the Oklahoma Western Bankruptcy Court. McAfee & Taft is representing the company. Some of the unsecured creditors are listed as 3CG LLC, Adam Lobert (IRA), Alan Breuker, Ana I Anderson Imber, Arch L Ferguson Foundation, Arthur Rezac, Bernard E Ryan, Bobby & Charlotte Rogers and Brad Hoover.