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10/16/2019· Foreign Affairs - Geopolitics

Hints Of Gulf Rapprochement: Iranian Tactics May Be Paying Off

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

Fears of a potential military conflict with Iran may have opened the door to a Saudi-Iranian dialogue against the backdrop of a rethink of US military logistics, involving at least a gradual partial relocation to the United States of command and control operations based in the Gulf for almost four decades.

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10/5/2019· Exercise Equipment

Exercise Ball Explodes and Injures Professional Athlete

By: Dr. Kenneth H. Brown

One day, while doing his weightlifting routine on the exercise ball in the sauna, the exercise ball exploded, sending Leo onto the ground in an awkward position, with the 200 pound barbell landing on top of his shoulder. Leo’s shoulder was separated and required surgery to repair the damage.

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10/5/2019· Automotive - Vehicular

Autonomous and Inevitable: Drivers v. Robots, Part 1

By: Ned Einstein

This series of installments, which shall appear periodically, will examine some likely reactions to the robots by drivers.

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10/5/2019· Damages

Attaining Reasonable Certainty in Economic Damages (Part I of III)

By: Michael Pakter

The AICPA has issued two practice aids, one on 2015 and most recently in November 2018, focused on the calculation of economic profits and damages. The purpose of this article—the first of three on this topic—is to provide the reader with an understanding of Chapter 1...

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10/2/2019· Insurance

Soaring Insurance Deductibles and High Drug Prices Hit Sick Americans with a Double Whammy

By: David Haass

In the national debate over health insurance, the Affordable Care Act gets the spotlight. However, most Americans don’t get their health insurance on the ACA's exchanges. They have insurance through their employers.

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10/2/2019· Hotels & Hospitality

Residential Seating is Not Safe Enough for Commercial or Hospitality Use

By: Leonard Backer

Many restaurants, independent hotels and timeshare resorts have much tighter budgets these days when it comes to purchasing seating for their properties. At the same time, there seem to be many “attractive” options available for their chairs, barstools and benches...

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9/25/2019· Nonprofit Organizations

Nonprofit Startups Paperwork: Trust me, the paperwork isn't just paperwork

By: Jess Birken

The reality is, starting and running a nonprofit is more than just the mission-driven work. Taking the time to understand the organizing documents, the Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws, will help the organization going forward.

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9/21/2019· Internet Marketing

The Rise of Vaping - How Viral Marketing Techniques Might Fuel Adoption

By: Brent Coker, PhD

I was recently invited to provide informal pro-bono advice to a law firm organizing a class action lawsuit against JUUL – a supplier of vaping products. Part of their argument was the idea that JUUL were engaged in unlawful viral marketing – inciting peer pressure by using advanced marketing techniques.

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9/21/2019· Telecommunication

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Compliance: A Checklist

By: Ray Horak

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was passed into law in 1991. At the time, consumers were plagued by sales calls which it seemed always came at the most inconvenient times...In an effort to address a growing number of telephone marketing calls and certain other telemarketing practices...

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9/13/2019· Recreation & Sports

Death of Female Iranian Soccer Fan Puts FIFA and Asian Soccer Body in the Dock

By: James M. Dorsey, PhD

When Sahar Khodayari this week set herself alight in front of a Tehran courthouse, she indicted world soccer body FIFA, its Asian regional group, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), and their presidents, Gianni Infantino and Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa.

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