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SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge in Utah has issued a landmark ruling that the Constitution grants birthright citizenship to those born in American Samoa, and the attorney for plaintiffs in that case said Friday he’s looking to file additional lawsuits in the U.S. Virgin Islands that could expand

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If you are a startup business still in the early phases of operation or a well-established corporation with multiple products and services, you need to protect your trademark. Be it your product name, logo, or maybe the slogan. You will want to have an action plan for when your trademark

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With so many new digital conference calling apps on the market, it can be quite challenging to find one that fits both your business’s specific needs and its budget. A good conference calling app should be easy to use, affordable, versatile, and offer great customer service. Here, we’ll discuss what

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The job of business managers doesn’t come easy. They’re responsible for overseeing everything going on in the workplace. They put their effort into creating a balance between maximizing work efficiency and maintaining a healthy work environment for their employees. In their efforts to do so, they’re always seeking best practices

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In order for you to have a growing and successful business, it is essential that you are consistent on expanding your client base. For you to do this in an effective manner, your company needs a couple of strategies to draw the customers in.  This is why we’re going to

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CHRISTIANSTED — In observance of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, November 16 – 24, Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. hosted an inaugural meeting re-establishing the Virgin Islands Interagency Council on Homelessness (VIICH) at Government House in St. Croix on Tuesday. The Council, led by Department of Human Services (DHS) Commissioner

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