style="display:block"
data-ad-client="ca-pub-9297790391718957"
data-ad-slot="7959548050"
data-ad-format="auto">





LifeAuditors Offers Unique Planning & Evaluation Service That Examines the Totality of Personal & Professional Planning

Baby Boomers are notorious for keeping secrets, says Paul Katz, founder of LifeAuditors, Inc. (http://www.lifeauditors.com), a new fee-based consulting service that examines the totality of personal and business planning tools. Its because of those secrets that Baby Boomers are typically ill-prepared for whatever curve life may throw them.

Walmart Provides $39,684,168 to Illinois Charitable Organizations

Chicago, IL April 6, 2012 Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced $958.9 million in cash and in-kind contributions around the globe during the fiscal year ending Jan. 31, 2012. The companys U.S. giving grew nearly 20 percent, largely due to increased donations of produce, meats, poultry and other nutritious food to local food banks from Walmart stores, Sams Club locations and distribution centers. In Illinois, Walmart gave more than $39,684,168,supporting nonprofits like Feeding Illinois, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Childrens Memorial Hospital, Chicago Urban League, Puerto Rican Arts Alliance, Catholic Charities, Chicago Public Library Association, HACIA, Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Board of Trustees for the University of Illinois for a Metro 4-H Health Jam and the Womens Business Development Center.

Why Spring Gutter Cleaning?

Chicagoland cleans gutters in November to remove thick leaf blockages and prevent water damage. But why is spring gutter cleaning so important?

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Marks 10th Anniversary of Money Smart Week

CHICAGO – (April 9, 2012) The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and more than 250 partner organizations announced today that the 10th Anniversary of Money Smart Week Chicago will be held April 21-28.

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Marks 10th Anniversary of Money Smart Week

CHICAGO – (April 9, 2012) The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and more than 250 partner organizations announced today that the 10th Anniversary of Money Smart Week Chicago will be held April 21-28.

The Marshall Islands National Day

On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I am delighted to send best wishes to the people of the Republic of the Marshall Islands on the 33rd anniversary of your nation’s independence this May 1.

$12 million in Affordable Housing Coming to Humboldt Park: 40 Jobs to Be Created and Historic Murals to Be Preserved

Chicago, IL 1400 N. Washtenaw: on April 20, 2012 at 10 am, community residents and prominent leaders will gather to celebrate the groundbreaking of Borinquen Bella, a $11.7 million affordable housing rehabilitation project by Latin United Community Housing Association (LUCHA). Through this project, 47 units of housing will be rehabbed and preserved as affordable. Borinquen Bella will also bring investments by creating 40 construction jobs and opportunities for local vendors.

Secretary Clinton To Host Dinner for Japanese Prime Minister Noda at National Geographic

On April 30, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton will host a dinner for Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda at National Geographic in Washington, D.C. Secretary Clinton and Prime Minister Noda will discuss a range of bilateral, regional, and global issues and will celebrate the enduring people-to-people ties between our two nations. They will highlight efforts such as the TOMODACHI initiative, Japan’s Kizuna Project, and will announce a new gesture of friendship between our countries. Secretary Clinton and Prime Minister Noda will also be given a private tour of the “Samurai: The Warrior Transformed,” an exhibit currently on display in the National Geographic Museum.

Leicester Tigers Rugby Team Deploys Predictive Analytics from IBM to Reduce Injury Number and Severity

The Leicester Tigers rugby players prepare for a scrum during one of their games.

Hong Kong: Transcript of remarks by S for S after FCC meeting

Following is the transcript of remarks (English portion) made by the Secretary for Security, Mr Ambrose S K Lee, at a media session at Central Government Offices, Tamar, after the Fight Crime Committee meeting this afternoon (April 27):

Hong Kong: Showcasing Hong Kong as offshore Renminbi business centre in South America (with photos)

The following is issued on behalf of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority:

Hong Kong: Mainland Authorities accept new round of applications from Mainland "overage children" of Hong Kong residents applying for One Way Permits from May 15

The Ministry of Public Security has decided that starting from May 15, 2012, Mainland overage children whose natural fathers or mothers obtained their first Hong Kong identity cards on or before December 31, 1980 may apply for One Way Permits (OWPs) to come to Hong Kong for reunion with their natural parents.

Hong Kong: Government stepping up inspections and enforcement on work safety

Occupational safety and health performance in Hong Kong has been continuously improving in recent years given the concerted efforts of employers, employees, stakeholders and the Government.

Hong Kong: Alert of unregistered Western-drug-tainted proprietary Chinese medicine (with photo)

The Department of Health (DH) today (April 27) urges the public not to buy or use a proprietary Chinese medicine (pCm) named "Jin Gu Feng Shi Kang Jiao Nang" manufactured in Shandong because it is unregistered and also adulterated with Western drugs.

Hong Kong: Environmental Law Conference held by DOJ

The Prosecutions Division of the Department of Justice today (April 27) held the "Environmental Law Conference 2012: Enforcement and Awareness", which was attended by more than 80 participants, including prosecutors, legal practitioners, scholars and representatives from environmental organisations.

Hong Kong: Daya Bay Contingency Plan exercise ends smoothly (with photos/video)

The two-day "Exercise Checkerboard" ended smoothly this evening (April 27).

Hong Kong: Regional Flag Day on Saturday

Attention Duty Announcers, TV and radio stations:

EPA’s Review of PCBs in the Hudson River Will Take Another Month to Complete

After 2 years of dredging the river, crews from the Environmental Protection Agency will be returning to the river this season. The EPA was originally scheduled to finish their review of the PCB contamination and cleanup by the end of this month, but recently decided to extend the review one more month. The decision was brought on after the agency received numerous calls from local congressional representatives and environmentalists.

NSE: Edelweiss Financial Services Limited - Publish Audited Results

Company announcement on National Stock Exchange

NSE: Axis Bank Limited - Outcome of Board Meeting

Company announcement on National Stock Exchange

Syndicate content

style="display:block"
data-ad-client="ca-pub-9297790391718957"
data-ad-slot="7959548050"
data-ad-format="auto">