On Tuesday, July 26, 2016 the American Gem Society (AGS) honored three esteemed leaders in the jewelry industry at a gala in New York City. Announced during the 16th annual Circle of Distinction Dinner, the jewelry industry's most prestigious event, The Triple Zero(r) Award is synonymous with excellence, and is presented to leaders in the jewelry industry for their countless accomplishments and contributions to the industry and their communities.
AGS Automotive Systems on Eugenie Street was once in danger of closing during the recession, but now the stamping and welding facility is thriving. In fact, the Business Development Bank of Canada is highlighting AGS in its annual financial report. AGS employs about 70 staff at the Windsor facility, and about 1,500 in total across Canada.
The proposed rule, however, deviates from the plain language in Section 1022: "[T]he Bureau may, in its discretion, furnish to a prudential regulator or other agency having jurisdiction over a covered person or service provider any other report or other confidential supervisory information concerning such person examined by the Bureau under the authority of any other provision of Federal law."
When New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced his plan to investigate "the fossil fuel industry and their allies" for, among other things, "misleading" investors on climate change, he called it "an unprecedented coalition of top law enforcement officials committed to aggressively protecting and building upon the recent progress the United States has made in combating climate change."
Contrary to the implication made in Rick Casey's recent San Antonio Express-News commentary titled "Smith in Another Global Warming Tiff," published on July 30, Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) and his fellow Republicans on the U.S. House Science, Space, and Technology Committee are heroes, not villains, for battling the attempts made by several Democratic state attorneys general (AG) to squash free speech and suppress scientific discovery.
A new editorial and corresponding virtual journal issue offer a look back at 20 of the most important studies impacting older adult care as published by the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (JAGS) from 2000 to 2015. Thomas T. Yoshikawa, MD, AGSF--who served as Editor-in-Chief of JAGS during this timeframe--authored the editorial outlining article selections with current Executive Editor Joseph G. Ouslander, MD, AGSF, and new JAGS Editor-in-Chief William B. Applegate, MD, MPH, MACP, AGSF.
Transportation and Logistics service offerings to the IT sector include white glove delivery of new products along with packing and return of the old product. AGS' current list of Fortune 500 clients and fast-growth customers has served as a platform to which they have developed a skill set and infrastructure to support such an expansion.
SAN SALVADOR The ex-attorney general of El Salvador, Luis Martinez, who headed the Attorney Generals Office between 2012-2015, has been arrested on the corruption charges of conspiracy, litigation fraud and withholding evidence. Also taken into custody on Monday, hours before Martinez, was one of his former collaborators, the ex-director of the Societal Interests division of the AGs office, Julio Arriaza, equally accused of litigation fraud.
The percentage of students attaining the highest grades was a stand-out feature of this year's results at AGS with 56 per cent of grades being awarded at A*- B. Students achieved well in all subject areas and exceptionally well in Mathematics, Art and PE, where students made outstanding progress and achieved results that would place them firmly in the top 10 per cent of schools nationally.
A group targeted by Democratic attorneys general in a climate change investigation hit back at subpoenas they call "unlawful and un-American" in a new video posted Tuesday. Walker's subpoena was sent to the group to try and get information about ExxonMobil's donations to the climate change-doubting think tank from 1997 to 2007.
After months of the #ExxonKnew campaign telling us that these investigations are happening because the company "knew" about climate change in the 1970s and 1980s and then "lied" about it (and as Schneiderman continues to refuse to comply with public records laws) Schneiderman is now telling the New York Times that Exxon's past statements are not the focus of his investigation at all.
The 'Taking Back our Community Conference' in Wheeling didn't just talk about the heroin epidemic, the multi-state event talked about what's being done to fix it. Dozens of local law enforcement officers from Wheeling, St. Clairsville, Barnesville, the public, plus 10 officers from the Ohio State Highway Patrol say they got ideas and learned better ways to fight the drug epidemic locally.