David J. Lynch, The Washington Post Published 4:32 pm PST, Thursday, January 31, 2019 President Donald Trump, left, and Xi Jinping, China's president, shake hands during a news conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. President Donald Trump, left, and Xi Jinping, China's president, shake hands during a news conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Qilai Shen. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Qilai Shen. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 President Donald Trump, left, and Xi Jinping, China's president, shake hands during a news conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. President Donald Trump, left, and Xi Jinping, China's president, … [Read more...] about Trump plans to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping to resolve trade dispute
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Michael L. Diamond Asbury Park Press Published 9:53 AM EST Dec 7, 2018 Nurses from Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Southern Ocean Medical Center have reached a tentative deal on a new contract, union officials said Thursday night. The proposed agreement could end what had been a bitter dispute that included a bid supported by parent company Hackensack Meridian to decertify the union at Southern Ocean. "These were extremely difficult negotiations," said Sue Kaszuba, vice president of Health Professionals and Allied Employees Local 5138 at Southern Ocean. "Yet we persisted, and in the end showed that we are able to withstand even the greatest threat to our solidarity." The union represents 1,100 nurses at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune and 300 nurses at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Stafford. Details of the proposed deal weren't released. The union has scheduled a vote on Dec. 13 to ratify the contract. Watch the video above … [Read more...] about Hackensack Meridian hospital nurses close to resolving contract dispute.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByAlexandra Stevenson June 12, 2018 HONG KONG — North Korea is one of the world’s most isolated countries. It is ruled by an unpredictable dictator with his finger on the nuclear button. So, who’s ready to do business there? Well, basically nobody. But leading up to President Trump’s meeting in Singapore with Kim Jong-un, which concluded on Tuesday with a deal to keep talking, some intrepid businesses and investors have begun considering the possibilities. What happens if North Korea opens its economy, even just a little, giving global businesses a shot as East Asia’s last untapped growth market? President Trump on Tuesday dangled visions of what North Korea could win if it abandoned its nuclear weapons and changed its ways. “As an example, they have great beaches,” he … [Read more...] about North Korea Open for Business? Some See Hope in Trump Talks
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest As Peoria historical group dispute continues, museum remains closed Peoria's only museum will remain closed as two rivaling boards of the Peoria Arizona Historical Society take to court to settle their dispute. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Peoria historic properties Peoria is home to a number of historic buildings and homes that show its trajectory from the small settlement it was to the large city it is today. See what's listed on the National Historic Register, plus other homes and businesses of historical interest in Peoria. Tom Tingle/The Republic Peoria historic properties 10236 N. 83rd … [Read more...] about As Peoria historical group dispute continues, museum remains closed
COURTS LOOK TO PAST BEHAVIORS WHEN RESOLVING COMMERCIAL DISPUTES Q: What does “course of performance” mean? A: In the event of a later dispute between two commercial parties, the court can look toward the past behavior of the same two parties which has occurred over the course of time on the same deal. For instance, if a buyer has been taking delivery of certain goods from the seller on a certain calendar date of the month for a long period of time, then, the failure of the seller to deliver on such date or the buyer to accept delivery on such date (whether or not the calendar date is set forth in the written contract) shall be very persuasive in such later dispute. In other words, the failure of either party to perform on such calendar date, after having performed on such date over a long period of time, disturbs the status quo of the relationship — a bad thing; the court having jurisdiction over the dispute will view things through this lens. Q: What does … [Read more...] about Courts look to past behaviors when resolving commercial disputes