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  • Moag & Company Sports Notes (21 Jan 2022)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Sports & Leisure
    Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes views his investments into sports ownership groups as “internships of sorts in preparing him for his next job,” according to ESPN.com. Mahomes “bought into the ownership groups” of the Kansas City Royals and Sporting K.C. Mahomes said of owning a team in the future, "I don't think you've been able to see a football player be able to do that yet, but it's definitely something I've looked into.” Mahomes...
  • Harvard study: COVID-19 vaccine ‘side effects’ are in your mind

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & Health
    The scientists from the Boston-based Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center came to the conclusion that the so-called ‘nocebo effect’ – unpleasant sensations caused by anxiety or bad expectations – accounted for three quarters of all reported vaccine side effects.
  • Moag & Company Sports Notes (14 Jan 2022)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Sports & Leisure
    Trivia How many points is a conversion kick worth in a game of Rugby? Last Week’s Answer: A standard lacrosse field is 60 yards wide.
  • G7 Development Finance Institutions Create Platform to Boost Investment in Fragile States

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AfricaUSAServices: Investment Promotion
    U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and partner development finance institutions funded by the G7 nations, including the UK’s development finance institution CDC Group, have announced the launch of a new platform designed to boost investment in fragile and conflict-affected states in Africa.
  • US retailers limit new COVID-19 test purchases as demand surges

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & Health
    Shortages of COVID-19 test kits across the US led to President Joe Biden announcing recently that the federal government would be investing in making 500 million testing kits available to the public.
  • Washington, DC declares public emergency over new COVID-19 surge

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & Health
    The indoor masking mandate was originally imposed in Washington, DC in July but was lifted on November 22 – just days before the World Health Organization (WHO) designated Omicron strain of the COVID-19 virus a variant of concern.
  • More Legal Jobs in the United States with New H-2B Visas

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAServices: LegalEmployment & Immigration
    Immigration to the United States of America just became easier for those seeking employment in hotels, resorts, and restaurants. The Hospitality sector is currently unable to provide the services they had provided before the pandemic. The U.S. Government knows this and is opening up the United States to invite foreign workers to fill such much-needed jobs.
  • Moag & Company Newsletter

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Sports & Leisure
    The Covid-19 pandemic has upended all areas of life and sports is no exception. For those who traffic in the sports industry, it is not much of an overstatement to suggest that the pandemic went from curiosity to concern to crisis in a matter of days in March 2020. College basketball games without fans out of an abundance of caution was noteworthy. The NBA canceling games and suspending its season was world-changing.
  • EU and USA Now Open to African Families ($45,000)

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AfricaEurope...Industries: Medical & HealthTourismServices: Employment & Immigration
    Citizens of St. Kitts & Nevis have been issued passports that allow visa-free travel to more than 160 countries and territories worldwide, including all of the EU and access to the US. However, there are only a little more than 53,000 residents in the country and besides beautiful beaches and tourism, the sale of citizenship to anyone with money in St. Kitts & Nevis means furthering the economic endeavors of the island nations and their...
  • Uneven recovery ahead for business and international travel

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Medical & HealthTourismServices: Legal
    International inbound travel spending is forecasted to reach 72% of 2019 levels in 2022. The segment is not expected to fully recover until 2024 or 2025.

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