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It is hard not to notice the fact that temperatures appear to be rising on the average. This rise in average surface temperatures on Earth is known as climate change, and is commonly referred to as global warming. The United States Environmental Protection Agency, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration all agree that climate change is a reality and is most likely directly related to human activity. This winter has been unseasonably warm compared to years past.

In December of 2015, New York City had an average high temperature of 51 degrees, which is 13 degrees above normal averages and the highest December average of all time. Preliminary data from the National Oceanic and

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Building Trust in the Workplace

The establishment of a solid level of trust is a key element to running a business. It is also something that is far too often taken for granted. Many would argue that profit is the most important aspect of a business, which is difficult to dispute, but you cannot achieve sustained financial success without first building, cultivating and maintaining trust within your organization. The businesses that adhere to a fundamental foundation of trust are the ones that experience tremendous teamwork

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Living Beyond 100

The study of supercentenarians provides a clearer
picture of what it takes to live well beyond 100.

Have you ever wondered how long you will live, or what measures to take to ensure a long
and healthy life? Dr. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D. is recognized by Continental Who’s Who for dedicating his life to providing answers to many of life’s difficult questions about aging. Dr. Coles is the Co-Founder, Director, and Treasurer of the Supercentenarian Research Foundation and Gerontology

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Fall ITC Commission Affirms Procedural Correctness Of “100 Day Procedure” For Determining Case Dispostive Issues and Affirms ID Finding of The Domestic Industry

Investigation No. 337-TA-874 was the first proceeding in which the ITC instituted a “100 Day Proceeding” to determine what it considered to be a case dispositive issue of whether or not the Complainant (“the Patent Owner”) met the economic prong of Domestic Industry. As filed and as amended the Complaint alleged that fifteen Respondents, who were predominantly in the wine and spirits industry, infringed two patents of the Complainant relating to laminated boxes into which products of

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