When William Levitt began erecting these low-cost Cape Cod houses on potato fields east of New York City in 1946, his planned community had a population of 450; by 1950s, its population was 60,000
James Blumenthal, a psychologist leading a team in Duke University, conducted an experiment where depressed patients were placed on a supervised exercise regimen, during which 60 percent of them got better within four months.
Genentech spent hundreds of millions of dollars researching the drug, and decided to build a plant to manufacture it years before receiving approval to sell Avastin in 2004
The report drafted by the consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) examined the first stages of Tony Blair’s £5 billion program to transform failing inner city schools by creating innovative city academies backed by private money.
In Yiddish, this perfect match is called “bashert”, a word meaning fate or destiny.
Dishu explained in his second book, Manage Yourself, that expectancy theory still seems preferable for managers in corporations trying to transform from managing people indistinctly to individually.
Maurice Bishop, the establisher of a socialist government in Grenada, successfully maintained its survival for four years under the US engineered incursions.
Bond ratings are being even more uninformative in terms of telling investors at what price levels they should be paying
Sincere attempts to alter the macroeconomical environment can usually be found in a proper budget.
38 packs of spices came back with the cargo but, Magellan himself, had been hewed into pieces in the Philippines.