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Collins Barrow Vaughan Sponsors Giro Cycling Event in Support of Villa...

May 21, 2015 -- The accountancy firm will participate in the ride as well as sponsor the event

Collins Barrow Vaughan Sponsors Giro Cycling Event in Support of Villa...

Central Bank of The Bahamas Launches Online Reporting and Management...

May 21, 2015 -- Furthering their mission to foster an environment of monetary stability conducive to economic development, and to ensure a stable and sound financial system, Central Bank of The Bahamas “goes live”...

Hornet, the Gay Social Network, Polls Gays for Eurovision Predictions...

May 21, 2015 -- Eurovision is the European Song Contest that puts country against country to select the best contestant. Eurovision is exceptionally popular with gay audiences and Hornet launches the first survey...

Hornet, the Gay Social Network, Polls Gays for Eurovision Predictions...

American Mesopotamian Organization Launches Restore Nineveh Now...

May 21, 2015 -- Founded by AMO, the Restore Nineveh Now Foundation will take over the work of the Restore Nineveh Now Initiative, with an expanded, threefold mission.

American Mesopotamian Organization Launches Restore Nineveh Now...

How Can the U.S. and Asia Work Together? Two Proposals from Winners of...

May 21, 2015 -- Two essays tied for first place in this collaborative contest from Carnegie Council: U.S.-China MOOC Cooperation: Toward Educational Advancement by Joel Alexander (USA) and Sophie Site Jia (China);...

How Can the U.S. and Asia Work Together? Two Proposals from Winners of...

Commonwealth Books of Virginia is pleased to report translation of...

May 21, 2015 -- Translation of the English edition Daniel Vaugelade’s celebrated work has reached the halfway mark and team leader Carolyn Yohn of Untangled Translations has posted an interesting article about the...

Commonwealth Books of Virginia is pleased to report translation of...

Collins Barrow Ottawa donation creates college scholarship

May 20, 2015 -- An investment in Ottawa’s future

Collins Barrow Ottawa donation creates college scholarship

Esri Story Maps Provide Picture of Datamyne LA-Long Beach Port...

May 20, 2015 -- Series of interactive maps key to visualizing data on trade lanes, ebb and flow of shipments.

Esri Story Maps Provide Picture of Datamyne LA-Long Beach Port...

Major Gala Raises $1.5 million for Birthright Israel Foundation

May 19, 2015 -- Gila and Adam Milstein host sold-out event featuring Sheldon Adelson and Dennis Prager

Major Gala Raises $1.5 million for Birthright Israel Foundation

New York Publisher to Provide Daily Focus on Jihad

May 19, 2015 -- History Publishing Company to provide a worldwide focus on Jihad through links to sites throughout the world and a daily dispatch from Senior Analyst John Sutherland.

New York Publisher to Provide Daily Focus on Jihad

Greenberg Traurig's Alais Griffin Moderates Panel at the American...

May 18, 2015 -- Alais Griffin, Shareholder at international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, served as moderator and program chair of a panel discussion, “The Open Road: Transparency and Compliance in the New African...

New Prizes Will Recognize and Reward Transparency in Social Science...

May 18, 2015 -- To encourage openness in research and the teaching of best practices in social science, the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) - an initiative of the Center for...

New Prizes Will Recognize and Reward Transparency in Social Science...

Translation Services are featured on "In America" with James...

May 16, 2015 -- New segment details the need for translation services in industry...

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs Earns Coveted...

May 15, 2015 -- Carnegie Council's sound fiscal management practices and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America's largest independent...

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs Earns Coveted...

James O’Keefe Interviews Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter and Ardent...

May 15, 2015 -- Project Veritas President James O’Keefe Interviews Former New York Times and Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter Judith Miller. Ms. Miller Tells O’Keefe About Her Time in Jail for Refusing to Reveal a...

James O’Keefe Interviews Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter and Ardent...

MEDICC Review Journal Devotes New Issue to Climate Change and Health

May 15, 2015 -- Environment, Climate Change & Health explores climate-related health risks in Cuba and strategies to lessen its impacts

MEDICC Review Journal Devotes New Issue to Climate Change and Health

Alliance Abroad Group Launches U.S. – Mexico Intern Program with U.S....

May 15, 2015 -- The Austin-based leader in cultural exchange will visit Universities and Government Officials in Mexico City to promote internships with Texas organizations

Heavy Fighting in South Sudan Disrupts Mercy Corps Operations

May 14, 2015 -- Violence renews fears about food security

Heavy Fighting in South Sudan Disrupts Mercy Corps Operations

Business owners planning to exit learn best practices from Collins...

May 13, 2015 -- Experts share tips on maximizing value when exiting an enterprise

Business owners planning to exit learn best practices from Collins...

CRDF Global Launches New Corporate Brand: Inspired by People, Driven...

May 13, 2015 -- Non-Profit Marks 20 Years of Promoting International Scientific & Technical Collaboration

CRDF Global Launches New Corporate Brand: Inspired by People, Driven...

GJC Applauds UN Human Rights Council For Directly Challenging US...

May 12, 2015 -- On Monday morning in Geneva, for the first time, five countries challenged the US on their anti-abortion restrictions during the Universal Periodic Review of the United States's human rights...

Stagg Noonan LLP Publishes Toolkit for Writing Public Comments on...

May 12, 2015 -- Complimentary toolkit provides general drafting guidance and tips to assist organizations with preparing public comments in response to proposed rules for Export Control Reform.

Stagg Noonan LLP Publishes Toolkit for Writing Public Comments on...

The Use of Explosive Weapons in Syria: A Time Bomb in the Making

May 11, 2015 -- Handicap International analyzed 77,645 incidents—occurrences such as fighting and bombardments—over the past two years, and found that explosive weapons are the most commonly used weapons in the Syria...

The Use of Explosive Weapons in Syria: A Time Bomb in the Making