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TerraCycle 2016 Recap: Looking Back on Our 15th Year

Tom Szaky | Posted 12.31.2016 | Green
Tom Szaky

This year was one of historic significance. The global community had a front-row seat to developments on the world-stage of international politics, th...

Why Onboarding Must Start With Context

George Bradt | Posted 04.26.2016 | Business
George Bradt

Different contexts require different approaches to onboarding. For example, Ferdinand de Lesseps successfully led the building of the Suez Canal and w...

After Suez and Panama, Time to Build the Kra Canal!

David Gosset | Posted 08.09.2016 | Home
David Gosset

Impacting the geopolitical dynamics of Southeast Asia, an artificial channel connecting the Indian Ocean and the Far East would not have to be detrimental to the core interests of Singapore whose location by the Strait of Malacca has been an element of her success.

America, The Middle East and the Cop on the Beat

Edward Goldberg | Posted 01.23.2014 | Home
Edward Goldberg

Whether it is the current state of affairs in Egypt, the war in Syria, or the new administration in Iran, the geo-political reaction signifies much larger global changes than is obvious in each of the events itself.

Medics: At Least 5 Dead In Egypt's Suez

Reuters | Posted 03.27.2013 | Home

By Tom Perry and Yousri Mohamed CAIRO/ISMAILIA, Egypt, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Five people were shot dead in the Egyptian city of Suez duri...

Risks to the Suez Canal Set the Stage for Falsely Hyping the Price of Oil

Raymond J. Learsy | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Raymond J. Learsy

Has anyone stopped to determine what the closure of the Suez Canal would actually mean to the oil market in dollars and cents?

So You Say You Want a Revolution?

MP Nunan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
MP Nunan

Take a look at this handy chart covering a smattering of recent revolutions, militant movements, terror groups and insurgencies to see how others have tried to topple a government!

Suez Is Tense

Joe Stork | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Joe Stork

Police and government officials have pulled out of Suez so there are no government services -- the governor's been gone since Tuesday so there's a power vacuum.

Egypt Is Burning, and It Is Not a Facebook or Twitter Event

Parvez Sharma | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Parvez Sharma

The majority of the 80 million people of Egypt live in abject poverty. They go to kiosks to make calls. A substantial number have never used the internet. They are not twittering -- they are out on the streets giving vent to three decades of anger.

Suez's Attempts to Silence Critics on Par with its Water Management: A Failure

Wenonah Hauter | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Wenonah Hauter

Water justice advocates around the world cheered recently when a French court rejected a defamation lawsuit brought by Suez Water against the makers of the documentary film Flow.