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The Atlantic

Business

August’s Perfectly Fine Jobs Report

The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs last month—growth that’s favorable enough to keep an interest-rate hike in 2016 a possibility.

How Ransomware Became a Billion-Dollar Nightmare for Businesses

One cybersecurity firm estimates that extortive attacks now cost small and medium companies at least $75 billion in expenses and lost productivity each year.

Was It a Mistake for Trump to Focus on the Economy?

Jobs Day in 2016 has become an anti-climax, thanks to an improving climate that aids Hillary Clinton. So why is the Republican still painting a bleak picture?

Samsung’s Recall

The company announced that in some instances the battery in the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded.

72 Hours on the Fire Line, Every Week

Armando Alvarez has been fighting some of California’s worst fires for 15 years, working shifts that can go well beyond his regular hours and last up to 18 days.

At Work in Two Genders

Observations from accomplished trans women about power and leadership in the office

Being the Person Behind the Badge

Officer Cabria Davis talks about rebuilding community trust with the police in Camden, New Jersey.

The Dangerous Life of a Trash Collector

Angel Veloz talks about his work ethic and why he dropped out of college to drive trucks.

The Real Reason Peña Nieto Fears a Trump Presidency

If Donald Trump follows through with some of his campaign promises, he could wreak economic havoc on Mexico.

Apple Pushes Back

Tim Cook, its CEO, described as “maddening” the European Commission’s finding that Ireland should recoup 13 billion euros in back taxes from the tech giant.

Minimum-Wage Hikes Go Straight to the Ballot Box

Blocked by lawmakers, voters in Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington state will decide for themselves this November whether workers get a raise.

The Pill, the Condom, and the American Dream

Poor kids are finally narrowing the achievement gap with rich kids. Is contraception the cause?

August’s Best Reads: Flint, the Fed, and the Business of Game Shows

The month’s most interesting stories about money and business from around the web

The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street

Richmond was once the epicenter of black finance. What happened there explains the decline of black-owned banks across the country.

The Mail-Order Brides of Jamestown, Virginia

In its early days, the first English settlement in America had lots of men, tobacco, and land. All it needed was women.

How Alumni Are Reading the University of Chicago Letter

Over the past week, my alma mater has been all over my (and probably your) news feed. The general dramatic…

Who Wouldn’t Want Apple to Pay Its Taxes?

The Irish finance minister and … the U.S. Treasury?

Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From War

After serving in Vietnam, John Cowart spent three decades helping soldiers who were struggling with the effects of military service.

California’s Smart New Retirement Plan and the Industry That Opposes It

Many asset-management companies fear a program that would reduce something they depend on: consumers’ confusion.

Why the EC Ruled Against Apple

The European Commission ordered Ireland to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) from the tech giant over what it called “illegal tax benefits.”

Fewer Unions, Lower Pay for Everybody

If organized labor were as strong today as it was in the late 1970s, nonunion men without a high-school diploma would be earning 9 percent more, according to a new study.

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Sapkuur met Sportprogramma van Health Holidays #sapkuur, #sapvasten, #detox, #kas, #turkije, #portugal, #algarve, #carvoeiro,

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Sapkuur met sportprogramma bij Health Holidays

Health Holidays biedt u wekelijks een detoxreis, waarbij u een sapkuur met sportprogramma volgt op ��n van de prachtige locaties in Turkije, Portugal of op het Canarische eiland Fuerteventura (Spanje).

Een drukke baan, weinig tijd voor uzelf of een moeilijke periode maken het lastig uw kostbare gezondheid in conditie te houden. Op reis met Health Holidays bent u weg van deze dagelijkse stress �n samen maken wij deze belangrijke stap naar een gezonde levensstijl. Tijdens uw Health Holiday verbetert u uw gezondheid �n heeft u de tijd om volop te ontspannen tijdens een welverdiende vakantie.

Of u nu deelneemt om te ontgiften (ofwel detoxen), een nieuwe start te maken, voor afvallen, conditieverbetering of een energieboost, u bent altijd van harte welkom!

Waarom boeken bij Health Holidays?

  • Ruim 30 jaar ervaring
  • Scherpe reissommen inclusief retourvlucht
  • Drie zonnige bestemmingen gedurende het gehele jaar met gegarandeerd vertrek
  • Groepsreis in ongedwongen sfeer met zeer gevarieerde gezelschappen
  • Versgeperste sappen; 100% natuurlijk, niet verhit, compleet en zeer effectief
  • Professionele Nederlandstalige begeleiding
  • Zekerheid van ANVR, SGR en het Calamiteitenfonds

    Heeft u overgewicht, hoge bloeddruk, hoog cholesterol, diabetes type 2, een burn-out of een alcohol- en/ of rookverslaving? Dan is een Health Holiday ook zeer geschikt!

    Bij Health Holidays sport u 3 keer per dag en drinkt u dagelijks 3 versgeperste sappen.
    U gaat fitter, energieker, schoner, slanker, uitgerust en vol zelfvertrouwen naar huis. Gemiddeld vallen vrouwen een halve kilo en mannen zelfs ��n kilo per dag af. Met de resultaten verbetert u niet alleen uw gezondheid, maar ook de kwaliteit van uw leven!

    Beleef uw Health Holiday als een feestelijk avontuur! Ontgift, Sport en Geniet!

    Wilt u meer informatie over het programma? Klik hier!

    Wat is inclusief de reissom?

  • Retourvlucht inclusief 10 kilo handbagage
  • Transfer vanaf luchthaven naar accommodatie en vice versa
  • Verblijf in de door u gekozen accommodatie
  • Sapkuur en sportprogramma onder professionele Nederlandstalige begeleiding
  • Persoonlijk in- en outtake gesprek
  • Onbeperkt water en kruidenthee
  • Uitgebreide informatie voorafgaand aan, gedurende de reis en bij thuiskomst
  • Goedgevulde healthybag voor uw terugreis
  • Zekerheid en garantie van ANVR, SGR en het Calamiteitenfonds
    Per bestemming kunnen er extra faciliteiten bij de reissom zijn inbegrepen. Kijk hiervoor onder het kopje van de desbetreffende bestemming bij Prijzen & Boeken.

    Wilt u op een andere datum of van een andere luchthaven vertrekken?
    Of wilt u liever een sapkuur zonder vlucht boeken, dan verzorgen wij dit graag voor u!

    Wij zijn van maandag t/m vrijdag telefonisch bereikbaar vanaf 09:00 tot 17:30 uur.

    Beschikbaarheid sapkuur Fuerteventura

    Ook dit jaar kunt u weer met ons mee naar het zonnige Corralejo op het Canarische eiland Fuerteventura. U verblijft in het appartementencomplex Atlantic Garden Beach Mate. U vliegt met Vueling vanaf Schiphol en kunt boeken voor 8, 15 of 22 dagen:
    15 juli Nog 2 plaatsen
    22 juli VOL
    29 juli Nog 2 plaatsen
    05 augustus Nog 3 plaatsen
    12 augustus Nog 3 plaatsen
    19 augustus Nog 4 plaatsen
    26 augustus Nog 5 plaatsen
    02 september voor 8 of 15 dagen Nog 5 plaatsen
    09 september voor 8 dagen Nog 4 plaatsen

    Beschikbaarheid sapkuur Portugal

    Vanaf 23 september kunt u weer wekelijks met ons mee naar de prachtige Algarve in Portugal. U verblijft in het viersterrenhotel Vale Del Rei met gratis toegang tot de Day Spa. U vliegt met Transavia vanaf Schiphol, Rotterdam of Eindhoven en kunt boeken voor 8, 10, 12, 15 of 22 dagen:
    23 september
    30 september
    07 oktober
    14 oktober
    21 oktober
    U kunt elke week met ons mee vanaf 28 oktober t/m 30 december 2017.

    Beschikbaarheid sapkuur Turkije

    Ook dit najaar kunt u weer met ons mee naar het charmante Kas in Turkije. U verblijft in Club Barbarossa, direct gelegen aan de Middellandse zee. U vliegt met Transavia vanaf Schiphol en kunt boeken voor 8, 15 of 22 dagen:
    30 september
    07 oktober
    14 oktober
    21 oktober

    Brochure

    Wilt u meer weten over onze sapkuur?
    Klik hier om de brochure aan te vragen of download de brochure online.

    Nieuwsbrief

    Op de hoogte blijven van onze sapkuur?
    Meldt u nu aan voor onze nieuwsbrief!


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  • Business – The Atlantic #best #online #business


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    The Atlantic

    Business

    August’s Perfectly Fine Jobs Report

    The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs last month—growth that’s favorable enough to keep an interest-rate hike in 2016 a possibility.

    How Ransomware Became a Billion-Dollar Nightmare for Businesses

    One cybersecurity firm estimates that extortive attacks now cost small and medium companies at least $75 billion in expenses and lost productivity each year.

    Was It a Mistake for Trump to Focus on the Economy?

    Jobs Day in 2016 has become an anti-climax, thanks to an improving climate that aids Hillary Clinton. So why is the Republican still painting a bleak picture?

    Samsung’s Recall

    The company announced that in some instances the battery in the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded.

    72 Hours on the Fire Line, Every Week

    Armando Alvarez has been fighting some of California’s worst fires for 15 years, working shifts that can go well beyond his regular hours and last up to 18 days.

    At Work in Two Genders

    Observations from accomplished trans women about power and leadership in the office

    Being the Person Behind the Badge

    Officer Cabria Davis talks about rebuilding community trust with the police in Camden, New Jersey.

    The Dangerous Life of a Trash Collector

    Angel Veloz talks about his work ethic and why he dropped out of college to drive trucks.

    The Real Reason Peña Nieto Fears a Trump Presidency

    If Donald Trump follows through with some of his campaign promises, he could wreak economic havoc on Mexico.

    Apple Pushes Back

    Tim Cook, its CEO, described as “maddening” the European Commission’s finding that Ireland should recoup 13 billion euros in back taxes from the tech giant.

    Minimum-Wage Hikes Go Straight to the Ballot Box

    Blocked by lawmakers, voters in Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington state will decide for themselves this November whether workers get a raise.

    The Pill, the Condom, and the American Dream

    Poor kids are finally narrowing the achievement gap with rich kids. Is contraception the cause?

    August’s Best Reads: Flint, the Fed, and the Business of Game Shows

    The month’s most interesting stories about money and business from around the web

    The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street

    Richmond was once the epicenter of black finance. What happened there explains the decline of black-owned banks across the country.

    The Mail-Order Brides of Jamestown, Virginia

    In its early days, the first English settlement in America had lots of men, tobacco, and land. All it needed was women.

    How Alumni Are Reading the University of Chicago Letter

    Over the past week, my alma mater has been all over my (and probably your) news feed. The general dramatic…

    Who Wouldn’t Want Apple to Pay Its Taxes?

    The Irish finance minister and … the U.S. Treasury?

    Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From War

    After serving in Vietnam, John Cowart spent three decades helping soldiers who were struggling with the effects of military service.

    California’s Smart New Retirement Plan and the Industry That Opposes It

    Many asset-management companies fear a program that would reduce something they depend on: consumers’ confusion.

    Why the EC Ruled Against Apple

    The European Commission ordered Ireland to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) from the tech giant over what it called “illegal tax benefits.”

    Fewer Unions, Lower Pay for Everybody

    If organized labor were as strong today as it was in the late 1970s, nonunion men without a high-school diploma would be earning 9 percent more, according to a new study.

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    Business – The Atlantic #order #business #cards


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    The Atlantic

    Business

    August’s Perfectly Fine Jobs Report

    The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs last month—growth that’s favorable enough to keep an interest-rate hike in 2016 a possibility.

    How Ransomware Became a Billion-Dollar Nightmare for Businesses

    One cybersecurity firm estimates that extortive attacks now cost small and medium companies at least $75 billion in expenses and lost productivity each year.

    Was It a Mistake for Trump to Focus on the Economy?

    Jobs Day in 2016 has become an anti-climax, thanks to an improving climate that aids Hillary Clinton. So why is the Republican still painting a bleak picture?

    Samsung’s Recall

    The company announced that in some instances the battery in the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded.

    72 Hours on the Fire Line, Every Week

    Armando Alvarez has been fighting some of California’s worst fires for 15 years, working shifts that can go well beyond his regular hours and last up to 18 days.

    At Work in Two Genders

    Observations from accomplished trans women about power and leadership in the office

    Being the Person Behind the Badge

    Officer Cabria Davis talks about rebuilding community trust with the police in Camden, New Jersey.

    The Dangerous Life of a Trash Collector

    Angel Veloz talks about his work ethic and why he dropped out of college to drive trucks.

    The Real Reason Peña Nieto Fears a Trump Presidency

    If Donald Trump follows through with some of his campaign promises, he could wreak economic havoc on Mexico.

    Apple Pushes Back

    Tim Cook, its CEO, described as “maddening” the European Commission’s finding that Ireland should recoup 13 billion euros in back taxes from the tech giant.

    Minimum-Wage Hikes Go Straight to the Ballot Box

    Blocked by lawmakers, voters in Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington state will decide for themselves this November whether workers get a raise.

    The Pill, the Condom, and the American Dream

    Poor kids are finally narrowing the achievement gap with rich kids. Is contraception the cause?

    August’s Best Reads: Flint, the Fed, and the Business of Game Shows

    The month’s most interesting stories about money and business from around the web

    The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street

    Richmond was once the epicenter of black finance. What happened there explains the decline of black-owned banks across the country.

    The Mail-Order Brides of Jamestown, Virginia

    In its early days, the first English settlement in America had lots of men, tobacco, and land. All it needed was women.

    How Alumni Are Reading the University of Chicago Letter

    Over the past week, my alma mater has been all over my (and probably your) news feed. The general dramatic…

    Who Wouldn’t Want Apple to Pay Its Taxes?

    The Irish finance minister and … the U.S. Treasury?

    Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From War

    After serving in Vietnam, John Cowart spent three decades helping soldiers who were struggling with the effects of military service.

    California’s Smart New Retirement Plan and the Industry That Opposes It

    Many asset-management companies fear a program that would reduce something they depend on: consumers’ confusion.

    Why the EC Ruled Against Apple

    The European Commission ordered Ireland to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) from the tech giant over what it called “illegal tax benefits.”

    Fewer Unions, Lower Pay for Everybody

    If organized labor were as strong today as it was in the late 1970s, nonunion men without a high-school diploma would be earning 9 percent more, according to a new study.

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    Business – The Atlantic #stock #market #results


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    The Atlantic

    Business

    August’s Perfectly Fine Jobs Report

    The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs last month—growth that’s favorable enough to keep an interest-rate hike in 2016 a possibility.

    How Ransomware Became a Billion-Dollar Nightmare for Businesses

    One cybersecurity firm estimates that extortive attacks now cost small and medium companies at least $75 billion in expenses and lost productivity each year.

    Was It a Mistake for Trump to Focus on the Economy?

    Jobs Day in 2016 has become an anti-climax, thanks to an improving climate that aids Hillary Clinton. So why is the Republican still painting a bleak picture?

    Samsung’s Recall

    The company announced that in some instances the battery in the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded.

    72 Hours on the Fire Line, Every Week

    Armando Alvarez has been fighting some of California’s worst fires for 15 years, working shifts that can go well beyond his regular hours and last up to 18 days.

    At Work in Two Genders

    Observations from accomplished trans women about power and leadership in the office

    Being the Person Behind the Badge

    Officer Cabria Davis talks about rebuilding community trust with the police in Camden, New Jersey.

    The Dangerous Life of a Trash Collector

    Angel Veloz talks about his work ethic and why he dropped out of college to drive trucks.

    The Real Reason Peña Nieto Fears a Trump Presidency

    If Donald Trump follows through with some of his campaign promises, he could wreak economic havoc on Mexico.

    Apple Pushes Back

    Tim Cook, its CEO, described as “maddening” the European Commission’s finding that Ireland should recoup 13 billion euros in back taxes from the tech giant.

    Minimum-Wage Hikes Go Straight to the Ballot Box

    Blocked by lawmakers, voters in Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington state will decide for themselves this November whether workers get a raise.

    The Pill, the Condom, and the American Dream

    Poor kids are finally narrowing the achievement gap with rich kids. Is contraception the cause?

    August’s Best Reads: Flint, the Fed, and the Business of Game Shows

    The month’s most interesting stories about money and business from around the web

    The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street

    Richmond was once the epicenter of black finance. What happened there explains the decline of black-owned banks across the country.

    The Mail-Order Brides of Jamestown, Virginia

    In its early days, the first English settlement in America had lots of men, tobacco, and land. All it needed was women.

    How Alumni Are Reading the University of Chicago Letter

    Over the past week, my alma mater has been all over my (and probably your) news feed. The general dramatic…

    Who Wouldn’t Want Apple to Pay Its Taxes?

    The Irish finance minister and … the U.S. Treasury?

    Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From War

    After serving in Vietnam, John Cowart spent three decades helping soldiers who were struggling with the effects of military service.

    California’s Smart New Retirement Plan and the Industry That Opposes It

    Many asset-management companies fear a program that would reduce something they depend on: consumers’ confusion.

    Why the EC Ruled Against Apple

    The European Commission ordered Ireland to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) from the tech giant over what it called “illegal tax benefits.”

    Fewer Unions, Lower Pay for Everybody

    If organized labor were as strong today as it was in the late 1970s, nonunion men without a high-school diploma would be earning 9 percent more, according to a new study.

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