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Experiences Over Material Possessions: How Millennials Are Changing the Face of Traditional Industries

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Oct. 4, 2017: It is plain to see that the changing habits of millennials (i.e. people born from 1982 to the beginning of the new millennium) have caused certain industries to contract. In a scathing list of 70 concepts and business sectors on which Generation Y is supposed to have had a negative impact, ...

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Trump Tweets Photo Of Meeting With USVI Governor

  Donald Trump tweeted this photo last night of a meeting between him and the governor of the USVI. (Twitter image) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Oct. 4, 2017: U.S. President Donald Trump did not venture to the U.S. territory of the USVI. Instead he met the island’s Governor Kenneth E. Mapp on a Navy vessel between Puerto Rico ...

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Hurricane Maria Snatches Roof Off Home Of This Caribbean Prime Minister

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerritt of Dominica says his roof has been snatched off by Hurricane Maria. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Sept. 19, 2017: As Hurricane Maria barreled into Dominica as a category five storm last night with winds near 160 mph, it took off the roof of the house of the country’s prime minister. ...

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Clarity, Charity And The Hurricane Irma Catastrophe In The Caribbean

Units inside the Tutu High Rise remain exposed to the outside more than a week after Hurricane Irma destroyed the building September 17, 2017 in Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. With sustained winds at 150mph, Irma blew completely through the Tutu High Rise building, killing one woman when she was sucked out of her apartment. Hurricane Irma slammed ...

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Clarity, Charity And The Hurricane Irma Catastrophe In The Caribbean

Units inside the Tutu High Rise remain exposed to the outside more than a week after Hurricane Irma destroyed the building September 17, 2017 in Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. With sustained winds at 150mph, Irma blew completely through the Tutu High Rise building, killing one woman when she was sucked out of her apartment. Hurricane Irma slammed ...

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Why Is Workflow Worth Using as the Basis for Your Business?

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Sept. 18, 2018:Everyone can see that tasks are becoming more complicated and processes are gaining more complexity today. In the business world, it becomes extremely complicated to keep track of all the projects within a single organization. Therefore, the use of various task management programs is becoming more and more relevant. Workflow systems are ...

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Why Is Workflow Worth Using as the Basis for Your Business?

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Sept. 18, 2018:Everyone can see that tasks are becoming more complicated and processes are gaining more complexity today. In the business world, it becomes extremely complicated to keep track of all the projects within a single organization. Therefore, the use of various task management programs is becoming more and more relevant. Workflow systems are ...

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Why Is It Helpful to Use GPS Trackers?

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Sept. 18, 2018: Everyone knows that we are living in the era of digital technologies, so Smartphones, computers, the Internet and different devices became an integral part of our everyday lives. Hence, nowadays the opportunity to track one’s location with the help of a special device or a program doesn’t impress anybody. The GPS ...

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Why Is It Helpful to Use GPS Trackers?

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Sept. 18, 2018: Everyone knows that we are living in the era of digital technologies, so Smartphones, computers, the Internet and different devices became an integral part of our everyday lives. Hence, nowadays the opportunity to track one’s location with the help of a special device or a program doesn’t impress anybody. The GPS ...

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Animal rescue efforts in BVI intensify as HSI and H/3 Foundation deploy veterinary team

STAMFORD, Conn., Sept. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Global animal charities Humane Society International and H/3 Foundation Inc. have launched an animal rescue and relief initiative in the British Virgin Islands, following the devastating impact of Hurricane Irma. The initial members of an emergency veterinary team have already arrived on the island of Tortola. Additional HSI veterinarians and technicians, as well ...

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