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Chariots of Desire: Paris Enters Bid to Host 2024 Olympic Games

Chariots of Desire: Paris Enters Bid to Host 2024 Olympic Games

Paris has officially tossed its hat into the ring to host the 2024 Olympic Games. If selected, it will serve as host for first time in exactly a century since…

Over 1,000 Dead as Heat Wave Sets Karachi, Pakistan Ablaze

Over 1,000 Dead as Heat Wave Sets Karachi, Pakistan Ablaze

Over the course of the last full week in June, a brutal, scorching heat wave claimed more than 1,000 lives in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest and most populated city. Hospitals are…

Apple Lags Behind When it Comes to Startups

Apple Lags Behind When it Comes to Startups

While Apple is generally seen as one of the top creative companies in the world, there is one realm in which they lag behind: startups. Google had an estimated 63…

It’s Taking Longer for Companies To Hire New Employees, According to Survey

It’s Taking Longer for Companies To Hire New Employees, According to Survey

Just as the economy starts to perk up for American job seekers, it looks like finding a job is still just as challenging as ever: according to the latest research…

Study Finds That Over 95% of People Worldwide Have at Least One Health Issue

Study Finds That Over 95% of People Worldwide Have at Least One Health Issue

Do you feel healthy? You’re definitely in the minority, according to the results of a study that was recently published. Although the Global Burden of Disease Study was conducted in…

The Best and Worst Cities for Families, Ranked

The Best and Worst Cities for Families, Ranked

Where’s the best place to take your family if you’re looking to move — and what cities should you stay away from? In a new report, WalletHub is seeking to…

Venezuela’s Economic Woes Force Country to Rely on Trade

Venezuela’s Economic Woes Force Country to Rely on Trade

Venezuela’s economic woes haven’t yet ceased, but the country may receive some help from other nations to deal with shortages of food, medicine, and other goods. The Brazilian government has…

Kentucky Migrant Workers File Lawsuits Against Tobacco Farms Citing Low Wages, Squalid Living Conditions

Kentucky Migrant Workers File Lawsuits Against Tobacco Farms Citing Low Wages, Squalid Living Conditions

Several dozen migrant workers from Mexico came to Kentucky in 2013 to work in the tobacco fields as part of a federal program for guest workers. But now they have…

The Pension Company Adds Two Experts in Structured Settlement Annuities to Its Staff

The Pension Company Adds Two Experts in Structured Settlement Annuities to Its Staff

This June, Dallas-based retirement and investment company The Pension Company (TPC) hired two experts in the structured settlement annuity industry as part of its staff. PRWeb reports that James “Jim”…

San Mateo Plans 20 Year, $900 Million Sewer Pipe Project

San Mateo Plans 20 Year, $900 Million Sewer Pipe Project

San Mateo, California is working out the details of what is projected to be a $900 million effort to repair hundreds of miles of water and sewer pipeline. The San…

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