Scientists are facing an uphill battle to warn the public about pressing issues due to dissenters in their ranks who intentionally sow uncertainty, says a U.S. historian.
Modern advocates of corporate self-regulation have drawn unlikely inspiration from the Middle Ages. On the traditional view of history, medieval merchants who wandered from fair to fair were not governed by domestic laws, but by their own lex mercatoria, or "law merchant.
Buffeted by recession, rising taxes, climbing rents, proliferating big-box stores with their free parking, and now, they say, increased parking costs, dwindling parking spaces and new traffic-calming measures, shopkeepers say they're fighting for their lives.
Publication year: 2011Source: Energy Policy, Available online 7 September 2011Adrien de Hauteclocque, Vincent Rious
In recent months, many perfectly healthy businesses across the country have expired according to Google Places, and fixing the error has often been difficult.
The play will conclude the 15th Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival.
(AP) -- PayPal is making more changes to its online payment service in India, saying it will begin restricting the size of payments to merchants in India because of new rules from the Reserve ...
(AP) -- PayPal is making more changes to its online payment service in India, saying it will begin restricting the size of payments to merchants in India because of new rules from the Reserve Bank of India.
Unreported Heritage NewsA Princeton University researcher has identified the owner of a New Testament papyrus that dates to the time...
(AP) -- Amazon.com is giving other merchants a chance to sell selections from its electronic book store and earn a commission.