Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Real Estate Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by International real estate Along the Pacific coast, Panama’s beach communities are struggling to attract foreign investment, leading to more affordable homes. Balinese Style on the Panama Coast 10 Photos View Slide Show› Federico Rios Escobar for The New York Times ByAlison Gregor Aug. 8, 2018 An Oceanside Haven in Coronado $2.75 MILLION This Balinese-style villa built in 2008 is in the beach resort town of Coronado, on the southern coast of Panama, about 50 miles southwest of Panama City. Constructed of concrete block, with a zinc roof covered in palm leaves, the 7,400-square-foot home is bisected by an infinity pool and a garden area overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The entrance to the five-bedroom, seven-bath property is through a breezeway facing the pool, with a … [Read more...] about House Hunting in … Panama
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By Nina Trentmann Nina Trentmann The Wall Street Journal BiographyNina Trentmann @Nina_Trentmann nina.trentmann Google+ [email protected] May 8, 2018 6:30 am ET 0 COMMENTS Sign up for the Morning Ledger, emailed to you each weekday morning. Follow us on Twitter: @CFOJournal. All CFO Journal-produced content can be accessed without a subscription. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, right, greets Total’s Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanné in Tehran, July 3, 2017. AP Good morning. Executives at multinational companies are considering their options as President Trump prepares to decide Tuesday whether to withdraw from the deal that removed most economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for limitations to the country’s nuclear ambitions, report the WSJ’s Benoit Faucon and Sarah Kent. European executives — who returned to Iran much faster than their American competitors after the deal took effect in 2015 — are now … [Read more...] about The Morning Ledger: Companies Weigh Iran Interests As Trump Readies Decision
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CUV Ventures Corp. (TSX-V:CUV) (the “Company”) is pleased to recap the investor conference call that was held on Thursday, March 29th. The call lasted just over two hours, with the second half being a Q&A period. The conference call supplier advised that the 800 caller limit was exceeded. The company wishes to apologize to shareholders who were unable to connect, and will seek a supplier with higher maximum caller limit for any future calls. General overview of the conference call Many points were discussed, with the underlying focus being to inform shareholders on how the multiple, current, and future Revolu's, or revenue centers, will work in unison to increase user engagement, and the user base, of the RevoluPAY app. Mr. Marshall explained, in great detail, how each platform will attract users for their specific and unique offers. Whether these are: travel services, remittances and holiday cash, … [Read more...] about CUV Ventures Corp. Recaps Investor Conference Call
Good Thursday morning. Priorities USA Action, the pro-Obama super PAC, reports in its FEC filing tomorrow that actor Morgan Freeman donated $1 million last month. Freeman statement: “Pres. Obama has done a remarkable job in historically difficult circumstances. … I am proud to lend my voice … to those who defend him. Priorities USA Action is doing a great job of protecting the values I believe in. I am happy to help them and I hope others will join me." SIREN – “Romney Catches Obama In Virginia, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds … Romney wipes out President Obama's lead in Virginia and the two candidates are deadlocked 44-44 percent in the race for the Old Dominion's 13 electoral votes … This compares to a 50-42 percent lead for President Obama in a March 20 survey … and a 47-42 percent Obama lead June 7. In the state's hotly-contested U.S. Senate race Republican George Allen has 46 percent to 44 percent for Democrat Tim … [Read more...] about 110 days to election — OFFSHORE MONEY HELPED START BAIN – American Crossroads ad names Romney for first time – Mrs. Obama launches ‘It Takes One’ — ‘Driving the Day’ livestreams, 8:30 a.m.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana Senate committee chairman has killed a payday lending bill that critics charge would have allowed predatory lending practices. A spokesman for Republican Sen. Mark Messmer said Tuesday that the Jasper Republican ruled out giving the bill a hearing in his Commerce and Technology committee. That effectively killed the bill, which was previously approved by the House. Messmer's decision comes after the Senate leader David Long of Fort Wayne said that he is "not of big fan" of the bill. It was also opposed by faith-based groups. It's a felony under state law to offer loans with an annual percentage rate over 72 percent. But the bill would create a new type of payday loan that would have allowed for annual percentage rates of up to 222 percent. Check out our Crossing the Line series here: Crossing the Line — Online Dating Safety Crossing the line separating Indiana and Illinois sometimes means dealing with different laws and customs. … [Read more...] about Committee chairman kills divisive payday lending bill