The United States has been a leader in automobile production since the 1890s. It’s been a long and winding road, and challenges from the Asian-Pacific market, coupled with the 2008 recession, hit the United States hard. But with the 2008 bailout, the U.S. auto industry is slowly on its way back to the top.
While most pro athletes probably don’t sign their contracts based on how much of their salaries would be taxed by individual states, it may cross their minds. Let’s take a look at how individual states may tax income of a pro athlete.
Osama Bin Laden was killed on May 1st, 2011 by a team of 24 US Navy SEALs from the Naval Special Warfare Development Group under command of the Join Special Operations Command and the CIA. They raided the compound in two super stealth Black Hawk helicopters, one of which was damaged upon attack and then […]
NASCAR and other road racing events are usually synonymous with images of speeding race cars and sometimes even dramatic crashes, which might lead you to believe that the drivers are reckless. However, professional drivers are actually highly skilled and use many advanced techniques to control their vehicles. Check out some tips that can help you […]
With ecology in the forefront of business these days, it’s important to reduce the effect that jewellery manufacture and sales has on the environment. And this makes not only sound environmental sense, but also good economic sense as well.
Bedbugs are increasingly becoming a health problem in New York City and elsewhere. The pests don’t pack diseases, but they carry social stigma and a ferocious capacity to bite, bite, bite, not to mention surviving pest-control efforts. Here’s a look at the life of this pesky insect.