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Whether you want a toddy-like concoction or an umbrella-worthy cocktail that transports you to an island, rum is as versatile as it is delicious—even in winter.
Due to the pandemic, disability inclusion in the workplace is facing threats and new opportunities as a result of the upheaval of working practices. The role of disability employee networks will be pivotal in ensuring corporations stay true to their D&I commitments as they negotiate choppy waters.
The Chatwal Lodge promises a luxurious rustic getaway for the privileged few just 90 minutes from Manhattan.
Beating the S&P 500 with naive strategies over the long-term isn't too hard. Now researchers think they know why.
Ghost kitchens might be just the thing to save the restaurant industry in light of the current pandemic.
While nuts and bolts economics indicates that deflation is still an issue going forward, inflation fears appear to be the driving force in this recent up move, with such fears ignited by the recent price spikes in commodities.
David Fischer, Chief Revenue Officer of Facebook, provides thoughts on consumer behavior, AR/IR, vendor management, disruption, personalization, diversity, resilience, and other areas.
James Harden became the first player in NBA history to record a 30-point triple-double in his debut for a team as the Brooklyn Nets defeated the Orlando Magic 122-115 on Saturday.
Kyrie Irving has already missed six games with the Brooklyn Nets and head coach Steve Nash said it’s “to be determined” if he will miss a seventh.
Caris LeVert will be out indefinitely after an MRI revealed a small mass on his left kidney during a physical prior to finalizing the four-team trade with Brooklyn, Houston and Cleveland.