Archive for November, 2016

Feature: How to Hide $400 Million

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

Pursglove would soon learn, however, that navigating this offshore archipelago is not easy. In any given year, trillions of dollars sit safely in the offshore financial world, effectively stateless, protected by legions of well-compensated defenders and a tangle of laws deliberately designed to impede creditors and tax collectors. Even the United States government finds it challenging: A special Internal Revenue Service division known as the “wealth squad,” set up in 2010 to crack down on high-end tax evaders with multinational holdings, today has enough manpower to assess only about 200 cases a year. Continue reading the main story Pursglove would […] Read More →

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Participation in Hair…

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

Silicon Valley Hair Institute It is a prestigious honor to have our key clinicians invited to submit their manuscripts to this Hair Transplantation authoritative textbook Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2016 Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a leading San Francisco Bay Area hair transplantation center, is proud to announce that staff clinicians have been invited to author chapters in the forthcoming, prestigious textbook, “Hair Transplantation Seventh Edition,” by Walter Unger. “It is a prestigious honor to have our key clinicians invited to submit their manuscripts to this Hair Transplantation authoritative textbook,” explained Miguel Canales, MD, Chief Medical Officer and… […] Read More →

FARE Joins with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and…

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

It is our hope that this report represents the beginning of a serious national conversation and meaningful actions on the need for added public and private resources devoted to food allergy. McLean, VA (PRWEB) November 30, 2016 The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine today released findings and recommendations from a committee study examining the many fundamental and as-yet unanswered questions about the origins and prevalence of severe food allergies in the United States, the pathway to bridging these knowledge gaps, and clear approaches to understanding and building more effective prevention, management and treatment resources for those affected […] Read More →

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