Travel OK to high-elevation cities in Zika countries, CDC says

The U.S. government revised its Zika travel warnings Friday, saying it’s OK for pregnant women to travel to Mexico City and other places at high elevation in outbreak regions. The kind of mosquito that spreads the Zika virus is rare at higher elevations because of the lack of humidity and other conditions, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Infections from Zika or the related dengue virus haven’t been seen...

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How Investing Allows Small Businesses To Succeed

One system that has taken this problem on and created a very viable solution is that of CAPCO programs, which are essentially ways for the government to literally invest in local businesses. The process of investment comes through the form of tax credits, which are given to banks.

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Maximizing Profits In San Diego’s Real Estate Market

The current trend in the real estate market in San Diego demonstrates a steady growth that has led to a balance in buyers and inventory. As a result, increasing the value of a home so it remains competitive is important. Experts in the field agree that there are several ways to not only ensure profits are maximized during a sale, but that the value of property is increased. Securing the services of a real estate agent or interior designer will...

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Great Developments Galore in Amazing Buena Vista, FL

Many would hear the location, Buena Vista Miami FL, and would normally think of Craig Robins and all the amazing things that can be seen and done in the Miami Design District. With Disney World and other attractions, people all over the world know that is the place to be, and perhaps even to live. However, Buena Vista, FL has gotten even better than ever with their recent developments. Disney World would always be the best of the best of...

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Payrolls Surge, U.S. Jobless Rate at 5% as Workforce Grows

From Bloomberg.com: America’s labor-market juggernaut continued to roll unabated at the end of 2015. Employers in December added 292,000 workers, exceeding the highest estimate in a Bloomberg survey, and payrolls for the previous two months were revised higher, a Labor Department report showed on Friday. The jobless rate held at 5 percent as people entering the labor force found work. At the same time, worker pay disappointed, rising less...

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How to Invest and Create High-Wage Jobs

In order to combat this recurring problem, various state governments have set out to create their own CAPCO program, as well as a handful of other similar programs, which are designed to help businesses get started, as well as create jobs in local areas.

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Former Owner Buys Back the Chelsea

The Chelsea Hotel is a New York landmark that everyone in the city is familiar with. People who visit the city want to stay in the Chelsea, and people who live in the city love to dine in the Chelsea or hang out in their bar. Mr. Scheetz has bought back five properties from some of his colleagues, and he intends to maintain the Chelsea’s status as the most prestigious hotel in all of New York City. How Many Other Hotels? There are four...

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