Keto diet: 5 of the biggest food plan mistakes

The high-fat, low-carb keto diet involves putting your body into a natural metabolic state called ketosis.When done responsibly, the keto diet can yield a wide range of benefits, most notably weight loss.Some people have less luck than others on the keto diet because they make a few common mistakes, including failing to drink enough water, eating too many unhealthy fats, and not realizing which foods might kick them out of ketosis. None The gist of the keto diet is simple: Eat less carbs and mor...
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Save Money by Hiring a Business Attorney

Whether you are just starting your business or have been in business for decades, it’s important to have a business attorney you can trust on retainer. Small businesses may not see the need to have an attorney, but there are many situations where an attorney is a definite asset. Here are four areas where a business attorney can come in handy and save you money. Contracts Business law attorneys understand the need and purpose of contracts. Having an attorney review contracts helps them hold up ...
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Zeihan Predicts Population Never Hits 10 Billion With Famine and Wars Ten Times 20th Century

At the end of a long talk, Peter Zeihan predicts the World Population will never hit ten billion. The UN and others are projecting that world population will hit 10 billion in 2050. World population... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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4 Effective Tactics to Sell Your Property Listing in a Buyer’s Market: Tips for Real Estate Agents

After several years of steady growth, the real estate market is showing signs of another downturn: an oversupply of available properties, stagnating prices, and increasing “days on market” are some of the signs that we are shifting to a buyer’s market. Are you a real estate agent who has taken on several listings and has been working for weeks or months to get them sold? After a long period with no results, your sellers are likely to start calling you. Why hasn’t their property sold? What are yo...
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StanChart to reduce costs, divest businesses in new strategy to boost growth

Standard Chartered PLC on Tuesday said it would cut $700 million in costs and exit smaller businesses over the next three years, as part of the lender's broader strategy overhaul to boost growth.
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Lime finally hands data to Auckland Council

Auckland Council says Lime has finally provided the data it requested on Friday.The information will now be assessed - a process the council says will take at least 24 hours."Auckland Council and Auckland Transport have received... [Author: [email protected]]
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Gull acquisition beating expectations for Caltex Australia

Discount fuel retailer Gull New Zealand beat expectations for its new owner, Caltex Australia, as it contributed to a more than doubling in annual earnings for the ASX-listed group's international units.Caltex Australia, which no... [Author: [email protected]]
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Palladium soars above $1,550 on mine strike fears; gold rises

Palladium hit a record high on Tuesday, surging above $1,550 as a threatened strike by South African mineworkers added to supply risk concerns in an already tight market, while gold prices edged up on a subdued dollar.
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Former New Zealand leader must pay millions in compensation

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A judge has ordered a former New Zealand prime minister to pay several million dollars in compensation for her role in the collapse of a construction company. Dame Jenny Shipley was the nation’s first female leader, serving from 1997 to 1999. After leaving politics, Shipley in 2004 began serving as […]
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Why Your Company NEEDS a Business Law Attorney

Starting or owning a small business is hard, and money is often tight, especially at the beginning. Hiring a lawyer may seem like an unnecessary expense, but it can really be a costly mistake. Business law attorneys are experts in many crucial aspects of the successful functions of a company. Here are a few of the ways they can be helpful. Buying Selling, or Incorporating The Business Let’s start at the very beginning and say you’re ready to buy a business. Unfortunately, it’s much more complica...
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SEC seeks contempt charge against Tesla's Musk, says tweet violates deal

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is pursuing a contempt order against Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk, saying he violated a fraud settlement by tweeting material information without preapproval, sending the firm's shares down 5 percent.
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Comment: No, Mrs Muffin Break, we're not all entitled millennials

I am a millennial and I am offended. No, not by the lack of likes on my Facebook page or even my boss's constructive criticism.I'm offended by Mrs Muffin Break's comment on "entitled millennials" and how they're unwilling to... [Author: [email protected]]
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Indian markets fall after Pakistan says Indian jets breached airspace

Indian markets fell on Tuesday amid concerns over increased tensions after Pakistan said Indian military jets crossed the Line of Control frontier in the disputed Kashmir region early in the day.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Pakistan, Kashmir

China county suspends fracking after earthquakes kill 2

BEIJING (AP) — A county in western China has suspended drilling for shale gas after a protest by residents who suspected fracking work was the cause of a series of earthquakes that led to two deaths. The first quake hit Sichuan province’s Rongxian county on Sunday morning, followed by two more, including a magnitude 4.9 […]
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Lime riders in US being injured by 'sudden excessive braking'

Lime, one of the world's largest electric scooter companies, is urging riders to be extra cautious while operating its devices because of a technical "bug" that can cause "sudden excessive braking during use," the company announced... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, US

Oil dips after Trump calls on OPEC to ease high prices

Oil prices slipped on Tuesday, extending losses of more than 3 percent during the previous session, after U.S. President Donald Trump called on OPEC to ease its efforts to boost the market.
Tags: Money, Opec, businessNews, Donald Trump, Trump

Seattle’s plan to upzone 27 neighborhoods clears key hurdle, set for final vote

The upzones would allow for taller buildings and trigger the city's the Mandatory Housing Affordability policy.
Tags: Real Estate, News, Local Politics, Seattle, Local News

NZ fresh salmon clears China border again

A fresh salmon shipment from major New Zealand exporter Sanford has made it across the Chinese border after earlier clearance problems feared to be linked to diplomatic tensions between the two countries. Sanford chief customer... [Author: [email protected]]
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Roku Expects to Be a Billion-Dollar Company This Year

And it keeps investing all of the potential profits back into the business.
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Global Markets: Asian shares fall from five-month highs, pound jumps on Brexit delay hopes

Asian shares lost steam on Tuesday after scaling a five-month high as investors waited to see if Washington and Beijing can clinch a trade deal, while the pound advanced on hopes UK Prime Minister Theresa May will delay a Brexit deadline.
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The Latest: Bodies taken from Texas plane crash site ID'd

The Latest on the search and recovery effort after the crash of a Boeing 767 cargo jet in Texas (all times local): 9:15 p.m. Officials have confirmed the identities of two crew members whose bodies have been recovered after the crash of a Boeing 767 in Texas.
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How Innovative Is Workday?

Powerful organic growth can indicate years of outperformance in young tech stocks. Here's how the online enterprise resource planning pioneer rates -- and what to look for next.
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India's growth momentum likely slowed in late 2018: Reuters poll

India's economy likely grew at its slowest pace in over a year in the October-December quarter as weaker rural incomes and softer urban demand weighed on consumption, a Reuters poll showed.
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Survey: American companies worry US-Chinese ties will worsen

BEIJING (AP) — A business group says American companies in China increasingly worry U.S.-Chinese relations will deteriorate and are “hedging their bets” by delaying investment or moving operations. Tuesday’s report by the American Chamber of Commerce in China sounded a note of caution amid optimistic official statements about possible progress toward settling a U.S.-Chinese tariff […]
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Tesla's Musk risks contempt charge as SEC argues tweets violate deal

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday said Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk had violated a fraud settlement by making new inaccurate statements on Twitter, pursuing a contempt order against the electric car chief and sending shares of the company down 5 percent in extended trade.
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Local Focus: Accidental vegan delivery business a winner for Tauranga Woman

A lot has changed in two years for business owner Mila Arena.Her vegan delivery service V On Wheels went from a hobby delivering pre-cooked meals to friends on her bicycle, to an award winning business.More recently, she has begun... [Author: [email protected]]
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Stars and Bites - NFL won't interfere with police in Kraft case

The NFL released a statement as the Robert Kraft solicitation scandal continues to unfold. Kraft officially has been charged with two counts of solicitation, but the league said it will not interfere with the police's investigation and will see how everything shakes out, then will decide on if Kraft should be punished.
Tags: Business, News, NFL, Kraft, Robert Kraft

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