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Improve cardiovascular outcomes with DPP...

Editor: David L. Joffe, BSPharm, CDE, FACA Author: Melinda Rodriguez, PharmD 2021 candidate, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine – L | E | C | O | M School of Pharmacy DPP4 inhibitors can restore normal function of the vascular endothelium in patients requiring insulin therapy and at risk of cardiovascular problems. The researchers […]

Interaction between the IBC and the Admi...

In a landmark judgment, the Bombay High Court ruled that a shipping company that goes into liquidation under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code will not affect an ongoing admiralty lawsuit against his ship, because the two are separate entities. The judgment drafted by Justice BP Colabawalla explains the interplay between the prohibition of other prosecutions […]

Import surge continues at US ports ahead...

The number of container ships slated for southern California remains unchanged (Port of Los Angeles file photo) Posted on Jan 6, 2022, 9:24 PM by The maritime executive While there has been speculation that the worst supply chain disruption may be over, port officials report that the surge in imports shows little sign of slowing […]

TRICORBRAUN ACQUIRES LEADER IN ZUCKERMAN...

Acquisitions strengthen TricorBraun’s presence in beverage packaging market ST. LOUIS, January 6, 2022 / CNW / – Global packaging leader TricorBraun today announced the acquisition of beverage packaging leaders Zuckerman Honickman (ZH) and Vessel Packaging (Vessel), further strengthening the company’s position on the beverage packaging market. www.tricorbraun.com “Our acquisitions of Zuckerman Honickman, a name synonymous […]

Carnival cruise ship denied stopover in ...

Caribbean cruise destination St. Kitts and Nevis denied Carnival Liberty make its stopover scheduled for January 5, 2022, as part of an eight-day trip from Miami, Florida. The decision was made due to positive cases on board among the crew. Carnival Freedom refused to call in St. Kitts The Carnival cruise ship was denied entry […]

ExxonMobil discovers more oil off Guyana...

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) – ExxonMobil said on Wednesday it had made two more oil discoveries off the coast of Guyana as the South American country prepares to become the world’s newest major oil producer. The discoveries took place in an area where authorities believe they can extract at least 10 billion barrels of […]

NGOs say Shell oil rig refugees returned...

Sea-Watch International tweeted a photo of the Tunisian Navy arriving to take the refugees away (courtesy Seabird) Posted on Jan 4, 2022, 8:04 PM by The maritime executive Several NGOs operating rescue operations in the Mediterranean accuse the oil industry giant Shell and the government of Malta of failing to adequately protect around 70 refugees […]

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Arkansas Sales and Use Tax Liability In Arkansas, a nonprofit corporation was legally responsible for offsetting use tax for taxable services provided by a vendor. The seller performed the taxable service for the non-profit corporation, but the company did not request the seller to be exempt from sales tax, and the seller did not charge […]

Why Joan Didion’s Later Works Are Approp

In 1973, the anthology The new journalism, edited by Tom Wolfe and EW Johnson, has been published. The title referred to a then influential new style of reporting and newswriting, in which the reporter inserted himself into the story, abandoning objectivity in favor of vivid images, subjective impressions and others. romantic techniques. With essays by […]

The US Special Operations Command’s firs

The United States Special Operations Command has earned a reputation as a very flexible and efficient force. But SOCOM was only a few months old when it was first mobilized. From 1987 to 1989, US special operators deployed to the Persian Gulf for Operation Prime Chance. Loading Something is loading. Special operations forces have become […]