Attention Deficit Disorder, the most common learning and behavioral problem among children, also affects millions of adult Americans, more of which are being diagnosed with this potentially disabling condition every day.
"Things finally make sense"
When most people think of the drama of global finance, they think of stocks and bonds, venture capital, high-tech IPOs, and complex mortgage backed securities. But commodities? What could be more boring? That’s exactly what the elite commodity traders want you to think. They don’t seek the media spotlight. Their astonishing wealth was created in near-total obscurity, because they dwelled either in closely held private companies or deep within large banks and corporations, where commodity profits and losses weren’t broken out.
"Narrator makes this a tough one"
This audio collection summarizes the following three handpicked books that cover exactly what you want to know on this topic: Secrets of Power Salary Negotiating: Inside Secrets from a Master Negotiator by Roger Dawson; Don’t Send a Resume: And Other Contrarian Rules to Help Land a Great Job by Jeffrey J. Fox; Organize Your Job Search: Simple Solutions for Finding the Job You Want by Ronni Eisenberg and Kate Kelly.
"Succinct, to the point, yet irrelevant."
Sylvie Carson has no idea what she's going to do with the rest of her life! Artistically blocked, she hopes a prolonged stay in the seaside village she grew up in will help her get over this hump. But when Adam Hunter moves in next door, things only get more complicated, not less. The artist in Sylvie is immediately intrigued by her new neighbor - the haunting lines of his face, the natural athleticism of his body. Maybe Adam is the muse she's been looking for...but his shadowed eyes suggest he's just one more person keeping secrets from her.
As a college student in the early 1990s, Charles Trafton worked nights at a student-loan collection agency in Boston’s theater district, calling trucking and beauty school dropouts to ask them for money.
"Investing in the Pain of Student Debt Is a Tough but Tempting Play" is from the February 09, 2017 Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Kate Kelly and narrated by Kristi Burns.
Goldman Sachs has rewarded its departing president, Gary D. Cohn, with expedited access to cash and stock payments valued at nearly $300 million, and in doing so has tacitly encouraged another of its executives to accept an influential role in Washington.
"Trump Adviser Leaving Goldman Sachs Receives $285 Million in Compensation" is from the January 25, 2017 Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Kate Kelly and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
The effects of the on-line revolution are being felt far beyond Silicon Valley, and now all businesses - from start-ups to established companies - face survival of the fittest. A company or product can be an industry leader one moment and obsolete six months later. Entire industries, ranging from computer sales to stock trading, are being thrown into chaos as consumers and businesses shift buying patterns to take advantage of the convenience and cost savings that are available over the Web.