The prospect of armies of autonomous automobiles traveling freely through our cities' streets in the near future can be disconcerting to anyone.
From surveys on small business confidence to reports on global freight costs, there is an almost limitless supply of data points that analysts can use to try to predict future economic growth and, subsequently, stock prices. However, the one factor that many market observers will claim dominates, especially recently, the direction of equity indices is the sentiment of the central bankers
Congratulations to Advisor Jimmie Plaskey, CFP® for winning the 2019 Young Professional of the Year award from the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce. A very well deserved honor.
Once there was a time when writers of English could relax their syntax and let their participles dangle.
Just in case you forgot, there's still time to cast your vote for the European Tree of the Year 2019 at https://www.treeoftheyear.org. This competition to determine the "most lovable tree in Europe" has entrants from several countries. In order to be considered championship timber, a tree can't be too twiggy or spriggy, and it especially can't be one
Everyone at Executive Wealth Management is excited to welcome the newest addition to our company: Todd Perry. Prior to joining EWM as a Private Wealth Advisor, he worked as a Senior Financial Planner for an independent wealth management firm gaining extensive experience in financial planning and portfolio management.
Recently, the British newspaper Metro featured a story on a peculiar problem facing the Telford Exotic Zoo in Shropshire County, England.
Where did the words we use everyday come from? What are their origin stories? Just as a random example, how did such an unusual phrase like et cetera come to be born?