Monthly Archives: July 2019

“We find some millionaire with a Rembrandt in his—oh, I don’t know—180-foot living room with a swimming pool in the middle of it. And here’s this Rembrandt and it’s up there and he comes over and he shows his guests. … Continue reading

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Source: Will extractive companies move away from corruption-prone intermediaries?  – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Numerous people enjoy the sound of the pouring rain, many find it romantic and soothing, and others find its smell pleasant for the nerves. Walking in the rain can be a healing experience, as it calms the mind, and releases … Continue reading

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A Vision for Family We see a world where we have expanded the definition of our family; where we are not only family to those with whom we are blood related, but that we are also part of a larger … Continue reading

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How do you feel about your age? I don’t consider myself “old” by any means. However, to be honest, I am not sure what age qualifies as old today. I feel that being old is more connected to a mindset. … Continue reading

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Source: When ‘conflicts of interests’ are good – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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“The only thing that will flow, the only thing that will communicate, the only thing that will establish an agreement and a reality is the ARC Triangle: Understanding—Affinity, Reality, Communication. ARC. Life, the ability to live, the ability to be. … Continue reading

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