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A Guide To Repotting Your Houseplants
How to take the hard work out of repotting your houseplants.
This infographic by loft and garage conversion specialists in Surrey, MPK Lofts, shows home owners and property developers fun and creative rooms to convert their unused loft/attic space into.
Capital Funding for Small Businesses
No matter how savvy you are with budgeting and saving money in your business, there might come a time where you find yourself in a crunch. Maybe it’s due to a summer slump in sales, or maybe it was an unexpected expense. No matter what the reason, if you find yourself in need of quick capital for your business, there are services that can help.
Regional Employment Report - March 2014
Northeast and Midwest continue to show slowest growth. Read more here:
Treasures Lost at Sea
You’ve seen the movies, you’ve read the stories, and you’ve dreamed the dreams about finding sunken treasure, but have you ever spent time learning about what hidden gems actually exist at the bottom of the sea? If not, let us give you some insight on the matter. In the following infographic, we’re presenting a handful of documented and unconfirmed treasures that are currently sitting on the ocean floor just waiting to be scooped up by lucky and relentless treasure hunters. We’ll shed light on ships that went down that carried everything from coins and platinum bars to food jars, cannons, and jewels. Whether you are a professional treasure hunter, a history enthusiast, or just interested in learning more about sunken treasure, you are sure to find value in the information outlined in our infographic below.
The Daily Yomiuri: Readers of the English Edition
The Daily Yomiuri, one of the major English Newspaper in Japan: 75.6% of its readers are native Japanese, only 24.4% foreigners.
Filling The Talent Pool
You can learn more about why you still don't have a job by reading newspapers, the Business column in Time Magazine, the stories found in Paul Krugman essays or,for the most convenient, in this infographic about how to fill the global talent pool that's in an African drought.
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