The Frugal Foodie: 5 Tips For Eating Well On A Budget

Eat Healthy On A Budget: 5 Meal Planning Strategies From The Experts When trying to balance a tight budget, food is one of the first areas most people look at. After all, there are thousands of items in the grocery store and millions of different ways to assemble a healthy meal. Eating beans and chicken […]

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Ordering Pizza Online: Reasons and Rewards for Local Pizzerias Owners

The pizza delivery market is transforming at a tremendous rate, and as an owner of a local pizzeria being online is the current trend if you really want to expand your customer base and boost your revenue stream. Maintain an online presence ensures you are strikingly visible to customers who would perhaps never have heard […]

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Exploring 5 Factors that Affect the WACC of Your Business

The weighted average cost of a business refers to the different types of financial resources that the company deals with. The sum that is the WACC is calculated by adding up the total capital and reducing the axes involved with each financial resource. These sources may include retained earnings, stock, debt as well as equity. […]

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Price of Gold Dropped Amid Dollar Resurgence

The price of gold fell significantly last week thanks to a stronger dollar and rising stocks prices. The longs have pulled back for now, with the price going through a key support level. Investors might have a wait-and-see approach before entering the gold market. You can check the current gold rates in Dubai on business24-7.ae A […]

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Gia Walsh’s Most Inspiring Movie Directors of the Modern Era

Given the popularity of the motion picture in the United States, it comes as no surprise that over 600 movies are made every year. Although it takes a solid team effort to complete such projects, directors tend to be the ones who receive the majority of the praise. And rightly so. After all, they are […]

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Organic Foods: Is the Benefit Worth it?

I am in the middle of reading Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma. So much of what he revealed when the book first came out ten years ago has become common knowledge to the sustainable and local food movement, so most of what I read came as no surprise. For example, organic is known to be little more […]

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Yoga for a broken heart: Does it really work?

A wounded heart is one unsolicited gift life can impose on us at any moment. It is one of the most brutal emotions one can bear. In today’s frenetic world, sorrow and joy act in tandem. Both can happen rapidly, one after another or sometimes one upon another. Physical pain can be dealt with some […]

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European Commission Approves Marketing of Bavencio

The European Commission has granted Merck and Pfizer Inc. (PFE) authorization to market a treatment for patients that suffer from metastatic Merel cell carcinoma. The monotherapy treatment, Bavencio, is offered to treat an aggressive and rare form of skin cancer. Bavencio is able to be marketed in 28 countries in the Eurozone, including Iceland, Norway, […]

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The True Cost of MBA of Top Tier Universities in Europe

MBA has never really been the cheapest career path, but its entry point in Europe only keeps getting higher and higher. For example, after Belgium lifted its cap on higher education tuition fees, the cost of a one-year MBA from Ghent-based Vlerick Business School has risen two and a half times in just over a decade, […]

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