Zumba with a Cane by Leah Sellers It\'s too hot for a Walk OutDoorsSo, I’m off to the Gym
Human resources in sub-Saharan Africa by Jay Gutman Sweeping generalizations and random notes on human resources in sub-Saharan Africa, in no particular order. -First one that comes to mind is if pay day is, say, on the 25th of each month, in most African countries it tends
First Commercial Radio Station by The Ovi Team 20th August 1920; the first commercial radio station begins operating in Detroit, Michigan with call sign 8MK (Now WWJ (News radio 950)). The radio station was started by The Detroit News newspaper and is now owned and run by CBS.
Jacqueline Susann by The Ovi Team On this day in 1918, August 20th, Jacqueline Susann, the author of Valley of the Dolls, the 1966 mega-hit novel about the showbiz lives of three women (reportedly modelled in part after Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly), is born in
Soviet Union intervenes in Czechoslovakia by The Ovi Team August 20th 1968; In the face of rising anti-Soviet protests in Czechoslovakia, Soviet troops (backed by troops from other Warsaw Pact nations) intervene to crush the protest and restore order. The brutal Soviet action shocked the West and deal
My two cents on rate cuts by Jay Gutman Perhaps the biggest economic blunder ever made was around 2002. The discussion went like this: “we\'re going to abolish rent control so that people can find housing more easily. To encourage people to build and buy more property, we\'re g