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Here in Chicago, where locals intuitively know a wink and a nod might have as many different meanings as Tom Skilling has descriptions for precipitation, we should well understand the difficulties faced by companies looking to do business in emerging...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Travel, Trips and Vacations, Bribery, Values
Seminole CEO of Gaming Jim Allen says there's a plan in place for whatever the Florida Legislature does, according to his recent interview with Global Gaming Business magazine. Allen, who recently renewed his contract for five years with the tribe,...
Special to The Morning CallNearly 10 years after Mick Gjevukaj launched River Grille in downtown Easton, the MLM Restaurant Group restaurateur still embraces his founding philosophy. “My mantra is: simplicity, simplicity, simplicity executed to perfection,” he says....
Channel Guide MagazineAngela Bassett is Hollywood’s go-to actress for critically heralded performances as women with steely backbones and tender hearts — most notably American history-makers Rosa Parks, Tina Turner and Dr. Betty Shabazz, widow of Malcolm X. But...
With the revised route for the Keystone XL pipeline having last week won approval from Nebraska's Republican governor, the geology of North America's most controversial energy project is clear: It has landed President Barack Obama between a rock and a...
It may be a tropical paradise, but Oahu still gets into the holiday spirit with activities for adults and kids. Through Jan. 2, the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani in Waikiki is featuring a 24-foot-wide, 14-foot-tall edible winter wonderland. Executive...
Tags: Holidays, Religious Festivals
Last October, several University of Illinois alums sent a letter “to encourage [me] to ... join [them] by making a contribution to a scholarship fund that has a personal meaning to you.” What, I toss a pebble-sized check into the Big U's pond and that...
WASHINGTON -- For a change, there's some good news on the global economic front: Growth is likely to improve this year, says the International Monetary Fund. Led by stronger expansions in emerging and developing economies, and helped by policy actions...
At exactly two minutes before show time, Patricia Barber whisks into the Green Mill Jazz Club, says a quick hello to the guys on the bandstand, stretches the joints in her hands, places her iPad inside the grand piano, noodles on the keyboard for a...
Tags: Music, Music Industry, Concerts, Travel, Trips and Vacations
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhether it was as an operating-room nurse, a proponent for the arts or enjoying the arts herself, Wilda Gift did it with commitment and in her own unique style. The fourth of five children, Wilda was born and raised in Hagerstown. The children were...
After a year of challenges - highlighted by the worst drought in more than a half-century - the U.S. red meat (beef, pork and lamb) industry is focusing on 2013 as a year of great opportunities to increase the value those agricultural exports bring to...
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