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Hell or High Water for Nidec

The phrase “come hell or high water” is said to have originated in the late 1800s in reference to the conditions cattle herders encountered when they trekked from Texas to the Midwest across large prairies in the summer heat and … Continue reading

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Dealing with High Net-Worth Divorces

When push comes to shove, and both of you are not having it, divorce might be the answer. There’s no more sugarcoating to the fact that life is constantly changing and the same goes with your partner. Yes, you may … Continue reading

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What Makes a High Net Worth Divorce Different?

A high net worth divorce is often different from other divorces due to the diversity and complexity of properties owned and the debts that are incurred. In a high net worth divorce, you are more likely to encounter complex property … Continue reading

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Norwegian Escape Rocked By High Winds

High winds reportedly struck the Norwegian Escape last night, causing injuries to passengers as “chairs, tables, glass, people went flying to one side of the ship:” The scariest shit just happened on this cruise. Chairs, tables, glass, people went flying … Continue reading

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High Winds Prevent Norwegian Gem From Docking in New York

The New York Post reports that the Norwegian Gem was stranded off the coast of New York City as high winds prevented the vessel from docking on Monday, February 25, 2019. Apparently the vessel had to wait hours before before … Continue reading

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