Politico
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The site hosting the post is associated with a hacktivist collective that is relatively unknown in the cybersecurity world. One former U.S. military intelligence cybersecurity analyst said, I dont think we’ve got a history with them. They are not a known entity.” The cybersecurity analyst, whose company patrols cyberspace in search of hacker groups for private clients and government agencies, said the collective “seems like randos, not the nation states we usually track.”
SiteProNews
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So how do you step outside the ordinary and create unique content using what are oftentimes very commonplace topics? Get to Know the Client Always take the time to check out a client’s website before you pick an angle for your article. This is a cardinal rule, and if you break it the angry content gods will send energetic toddlers to your place of work to distract you while you’re trying to make a writing deadline. Why is this so important? If you’ve been asked to write about car accidents for a lawyer and you discuss ways to seek compensation for damages following a collision, your article wont be relevant to a car accident defense attorney or his or her clients. It’s not enough to typecast clients into a general industry and assume that your article will apply. Check out their “About Ussection, learn about what makes them unique, and then create interesting articles based off of what you learned.
SiteProNews
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Forbes
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Ninety-two percent of consumers trust recommendations from others, even people they dont know, over businesses.
Informed Comment
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More importantly, Trump wants to foster a hostile climate of opinion in the United States so Muslims will think twice about visiting, immigrating or staying. The courts have, so far, blocked Trump’s efforts. But he will likely issue another executive order that tries to achieve the same results but within the parameters of the law. The new president’s Islamophobia is purely political. As a businessman, Trump has had no problems making deals with predominantly Muslim countries. He owns a pair of towers in Istanbul. He’s moving forward on two luxury resorts in Indonesia. He licensed his name to a golf course in Dubai. He has Muslim clients in the United States as well, such as Qatar Airways. If Trump were merely a transactional president, he would be making deals everywhere in the world. But Trump as president is not looking at the world through a businessman’s eyes.
KyivPost
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The Ukrainian segment of 4-star hotels has a new member, the Kozatskyi Stan Hotel and Restaurant, which has already become a noticeable player in the Ukrainian hospitality industry. By rising in the new level of classification of hotel infrastructure, it has proven that it deserves its new “star status.” Currently, the main trend in Ukraine’s hospitality services market is the reorientation of the structure of tourist market demand towards the clients with higher service requirements, as well as clients from the business segment. The demand came as a result of the stabilization of the economic and political situation in the country, and the rise of business activity. According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, there are 4,341 facilities of tourist accommodation, out of which 2,478 are the hotels. Only 10 percent of these, or 243 facilities, have passed through the procedure of compulsory categorization, and only 64 hotels received the certificate of “4 stars”, which is usually preferred by high-segment travelers.
The Sun Daily - Style
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In an extraordinary finale, the models emerged in dozens of cropped couture capes made of everything from white feathers to black jewels, glass crystals, clear plastic, tassels, pearls and beads. "They were a study in the shoulder – the trenchcoat is all about the shoulder, with the gun flaps, and the shoulder was also a big thing for Moore," Bailey told reporters backstage. He described how he spent many hours as a child in Moore's sculpture park, and relished the chance to collaborate with the foundation that protects his works. "I put my heart into this collection," said Bailey, Burberry's creative director and chief executive. The clothes went on sale immediately, after Burberry adopted the "see now buy now" model last year, but the capes will be displayed as part of a new Moore exhibition in central London. 'Making traditional feel new' For all that London Fashion Week plays on its reputation as a global melting pot of talent, it is also home to brands celebrate and promote their British heritage, particularly to US and Japanese clients.
Variety
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South China Morning Post
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Finance Magnates
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Windows Blog
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ORTC is an evolution of the WebRTC API, which gives developers fine-grained control over the media and data transport channels, and uses a standard JSON format to describe peer capabilities rather than SDP, which is unique to WebRTC. ORTC was designed with WebRTC interoperability in mind and all media is wire-compatible with WebRTC. ORTC also includes an adapter that converts SDP to JSON and exposes APIs that match WebRTC. Those two considerations make it possible for developers to migrate from WebRTC to ORTC at their own pace and enable video calls between WebRTC and ORTC clients. ORTC for UWP is available both as an Open Source project on GitHub as well as a NuGet package. The net result of combined UWP and Edge support for WebRTC 1.0 and ORTC is that all Windows 10 platforms support RTC and developers can choose the solution they prefer. Let's take a look at an example from our samples repository on GitHub.
Beijing Bulletin
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Design Sponge
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A creative bond between siblings can encourage each to make their most challenging and intimate work. Lise Gulassa is the Santa Cruz, CA-based half of design team Sisters Gulassa co-founded with Vienna-based sister Cyrille. The two share a passion for color, pattern design, and making art. They work independently and also collaborate on bespoke art and pattern design projects. Their designs are licensed and sold to a variety of clients for a wide range of products, including many in fashion and interiors. We grew up in a big family with much art and creativity around us, and have lots of talented brothers!, Lise shares. For her, the design process is like an adventure. I like to be open to the possibilities, the discoveries that come along the way — this is when or where interesting things start to happen. Often the idea of what I want to accomplish involves constraints that make the creative challenge exciting to me.
Forbes
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Just because you're on track doesn't mean you don't have questions. See what certified financial planner Mary Beth Storjohann's clients ask about most, and what advice she usually offers.
Inc.
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KyivPost
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The Ukrainian segment of 4-star hotels has a new member, the Kozatskyi Stan Hotel and Restaurant, which has already become a noticeable player in the Ukrainian hospitality industry. By rising in the new level of classification of hotel infrastructure, it has proven that it deserves its new “star status.” Currently, the main trend in Ukraine’s hospitality services market is the reorientation of the structure of tourist market demand towards the clients with higher service requirements, as well as clients from the business segment. The demand came as a result of the stabilization of the economic and political situation in the country, and the rise of business activity. According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, there are 4,341 facilities of tourist accommodation, out of which 2,478 are the hotels. Only 10 percent of these, or 243 facilities, have passed through the procedure of compulsory categorization, and only 64 hotels received the certificate of “4 stars”, which is usually preferred by high-segment travelers.
Copyblogger
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Sherlock Holmes was the greatest Consulting Detective in the world. Though merely a fiction written over a century ago by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle his methods of logical deduction are without equal. Holmes's mastery of his craft brought him to the fog-cloaked London doorsteps of the most powerful people of his time. Correction: he was so good, those clients came to him . They ran, desperate, to his Baker Street rooms, begging for his help, willing to pay any amount of money for his services. What can Sherlock Holmes teach us about the craft of writing? Everything. I'll let you find the wealth of anecdote, advice, and adventure in Conan Doyle's stories for yourself, but here's a short list on Holmesian mastery to get you started ... Make a decision When you watch or listen to an interview with a brilliant and successful writer , something happens deep down in your gut.
Radar Online
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Josh Welch ’s substance abuse problem led to the loss of his marriage and job, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal. The Sweet Home Oklahoma star was forced to resign from the Oklahoma state bar in 2012 after he was charged with obstructing an officer from his duties. A local news outlet reported at the time that a man charged with DUI hired an attorney at Josh’s firm to represent him, and he needed help solving an issue over his driver’s license after the case was settled. As a result, Josh attempted to bribe a retired police officer. “He admitted to making arrangements to discourage an officer from appearing to testify at a department of Public Safety Hearing concerning the revocation of driving privileges,” according to Supreme Court documents obtained by Radar. “The plea was also entered based upon the attorney’s having created false and fraudulent billings to a client’s account to hide unethical and illegal payments to the officer.
The Sun Daily
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And yet, if one thinks about it, it's not money we really want, but what money can get us, right? We need money to live; for necessities; and maybe one or two luxuries in a month. But at this time and in our nation, it appears that earning a living can be really hard. And yet, we are encouraged to spend what we actually don't have. We are constantly exposed to credit cards, loans, overdrafts and other forms of credit on a daily basis. Not content with spending all that we already have, we are invited to spend even more, impinging into our future. Still, people go to work at six in the morning and remain at their work until nine in the evening. Still, people spend hours complaining about their jobs, about their bosses, about the traffic, about their clients, about civil servants, and then end their complaint with, "Well, it's just a job!" Is life meant to be this hard? Was there not meant to be joy every day of our lives, rather than just on weekends, when we don't work to earn money to pay for the lives that we live? I am constantly aware that perhaps I am sounding naive or uneducated, and I won't deny it.
Bloomberg
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Sky News
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There are prison governors with their own reporting system, the oasis reports, and every prisoner is assessed as to their risk of reoffending. We have clients whose risk of reoffending is deemed to be 1% and yet they are still made to serve the last two years of their sentence.
The Iran Project
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As the U.S. and other Western powers moved toward a joint nuclear agreement with Tehran in 2015, the Clearstream matter was put on the back burner, two people with knowledge of the matter said. One person said the Clearstream matter was never put on hold,, noting that complex cases can take years to build. Another person said there was a slowdown in the investigation and attributed it to special monitoring of all Iran matters by the Treasury, State and Justice departments during the negotiation period. Statements to SEC The false-statements element of the investigation is focused on information that Deutsche Boerse gave to the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2011 as it sought approval for a proposed acquisition of the New York Stock Exchange. In those statements, Deutsche Boerse said Clearstream had cut ties with Iranian clients. The SEC didnt respond to a request for comment.
The Week
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The Iran Project
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Tehran Times- The European Union’s trade with Iran amounted to €13.7 billion in 2016, a 78 percent rise compared to 2015, based on the latest figures released by the European Union’s statistics agency Eurostat. The figure was €7.68 billion in 2015, Tasnim news agency reported. Iran’s exports to the EU stood at €5.46 billion in 2016, with 4.5-fold rise from €1.23 billion in the preceding year. The noticeable increase is due to the EU’s resumption of oil imports from Iran. After the lifting of sanctions against the country in January 2016, Iran’s been trying to regain its traditional clients in countries like Greece and Italy as a priority. While the EU’s imports from Iran rose noticeably in 2016, its exports to the country increased just by 27 percent and reached8.24 billion from €6.45 billion in 2015. In April 2016, Iran and the EU issued a joint statement in Tehran setting the road map for cooperation.