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Jimm Hendren Group Review: Bob Costas on Baseball Free Ag...

1975 An arbitration court ruling gives Major League Baseball players the right to shop their talents for the first time. Late on the night of Oct. 21, 1975, one of the most iconic images in baseball history was captured: Carlton Fisk of the Boston Red Sox, desperately waving his arms, trying to will his long fly ball fair in the 12th inning of an epic Game 6 of the World Series at Fenway Park. It hit the foul pole and the Sox won, forcing a Game 7 the next night. Yet that enduring moment was not the most defining baseball event of 1975. And not just because the following night Cincinnati, not Boston, won the World Series. The most significant moment of the baseball year came in December, in a decision from an arbitrator named Peter Seitz. Read more: http://www.busines sweek.com/articles /2014-12-04/free-a gency-made-basebal l-fairer-more-comp elling-bob-costas For more related topic or update about baseball, just visit Jimm Hendren Group Review @ https://plus.googl e.com/116045045984 201375347/about  (Dec 26, 2014 | post #1)

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Canada leads World Bank blacklist of fraudulent companies...

http://o.canada.co m/news/snc-lavalin -canadian-companie s-world-bank-black list/ Canada leads the world in companies and individuals that have been banned by the World Bank from contributing to international aid and infrastructure projects. Of the 608 companies and individuals listed on the World Bank’s just-released blacklist for fraudulent or corrupt conduct, 119 are Canadian companies. But engineering firm SNC-Lavalin and its subsidiaries, many of which are registered outside Canada, comprise 16 per cent of the total. The World Bank bans companies from participating in aid and development contracts if they “have been sanctioned under the Bank’s fraud and corruption policy.” The number of companies included on that list soared in 2013, rising from only 65 banned entities on last year’s list, according to the South China Morning Post. The World Bank says about $40 billion of the roughly $200 billion it has given out since 2008 has been stolen. Companies with head offices listed in Canada, which does not include overseas subsidiaries, comprise 119 names on the World Bank list, the most of any country. The U.S. is second with 44 debarred firms, Indonesia third with 43 and Britain close behind with 40. The grounds for getting blacklisted vary, but usually include some manner of bribery, fraud, collusion, coercion or obstruction either in bidding for contracts or in carrying them out. More Economic news: http://hendrengrou p.biz/blog/ https://www.facebo ok.com/hendrenglob algroup?ref=hl http://hendrengrp. livejournal.com/  (Sep 30, 2013 | post #1)

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Hendren Global Group: Can you prevent credit card scam

Yeah very true, it is hard to get out of debt if in the first place you have no financial etiquette. You start by being disciplined towards money and do not spend more than what you earn.  (Jul 3, 2013 | post #2)

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Hendren Global Group: Can you prevent credit card scam

Can you prevent credit card scam when you go out on a dinner date? http://hendrengrou p.biz/blog/2013/07 /02/can-you-preven t-credit-card-scam -when-you-go-out-o n-a-dinner-date/ According to the recent research, young people prefer using cards over cash, especially in posh restaurants or shopping malls. Are you planning to go out on a dinner date but afraid that your credit card might get scammed? The question now is, how can we prevent it from happening? Many people have suffered from job loss and wage deduction following the recent economic meltdown. As a result, to make money in this tough economic situation some people are enter fraudulent activities. Lately, these fraudsters are taking advantage of the situation to misuse the consumers’ credit card. A great number of people in America are filing complaints on fraudulent credit card transactions. Hence, to shun enrolling in a credit card settlement program, you can notify the credit card company concerning the fraudulent activities. You may be paying for the bills even though you are not responsible for the transaction if your card is misused without you knowing it. Here are a few effective tips to prevent credit card scam: Beware of restaurant fraud: More consumers use their credit cards when shopping or paying restaurant bills. The scam may go like this, the restaurant employee may swipe the card and your card information can be recorded in the electronic device. If that is so, the fraudsters can use the information stored in the electronic device, and then the card information can be use in an off way. Any bad guy in the restaurant can take note your card’s number, expiration date plus the security code. The critical information can be used for online purchases and transactions made over the phone. What you must do is to be wary while handing over your credit card to the restaurant staff or to any stuff. Tips to prevent credit card scam in a restaurant: Demand to the wait staff to swipe the card in the electronic device prior to yours when you use your card to pay bill at a restaurant. You can prevent credit card fraud if you keep an eye on the transaction procedure. Right after you get the receipt, certify that you verify the total on the credit card receipt. Don’t just hand over the card to the restaurant staff and instead go to the counter and pay the bill yourself. Avoid throwing the carbon copy receipt in the trash: The fraudsters has many ways just so they could persist on the scam, they can even go behind the trash so don’t throw carbon copies of the receipts you leave. Receipts contain your credit card information like your name, credit card number and signature on them. Make certain you cut up the carbon copy of the receipt properly before you throw in the bin or better yet keep it as well. Related: http://heatherfarm er.tumblr.com/ http://hendrenglob algrp.blogspot.com /  (Jul 3, 2013 | post #1)