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10 Most Oil Rich States in the United States for 2014

The United States of America is poised to become the world’s leading oil producer by the end of 2015. Here is the top 10 most oil-rich states in the US … Continue Reading →

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25 Common Characteristics of a Successful Entrepreneurs

    Do you have what it takes to get through hard times? Here are the traits that help home-based business owners thrive. Regardless of your definition of success, there … Continue Reading →


Top 10 Richest People in the United States 2014 – Forbes Magazine Source

The annual Forbes 400 is out again breaking another record with combined fortune of $2.29 trillion. America got some of the wealthiest businessmen in the world, occupying 8 spots in 10 richest … Continue Reading →

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The African Cities the World Do Not Tell You About

. The African Continent has been considered as the poorest continent on the planet, Africa is the home to 54 sovereign nations with some progressing nations who are quite wealthy … Continue Reading →

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Richest Nations in the Middle East

The economic climate structure of the Middle East nations are different in the sense that while some (like Saudi Arabia and UAE) depend heavily on the export of oil and … Continue Reading →


10 Most Valuable Currencies in the World 2014

  “At my early years, I thought that money was the most important thing in life; now that I am old I known that it is,” said Irish writer and … Continue Reading →

Most Intelligent Countries in the World 2014

  Dr. Jonathan Wai is a Duke University Talent Identification Program research scientist and psychologist. He compiled the Most Intelligent Countries in the World (countries with largest amount of brilliant … Continue Reading →


20 Most Corrupt Nations in Africa

Africa is blessed with natural resources like gold, oil, diamonds, cobalt, iron, copper, uranium, silver, bauxite, cocoa beans and petroleum. Unfortunately the standard of living of many people in the … Continue Reading →


Magazine story about a restaurateur’s attempt to comp critic

On Friday afternoon, D Magazine’s Nancy Nichols wrote a post on the magazine’s SideDish blogrecounting events that transpired Thursday evening at Proof + Pantry and Friday morning at The Dallas Morning News. Nichols … Continue Reading →