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10 behaviors you never see in successful people

When you spend decades working with executives and business leaders, you really can’t help but observe what works and doesn’t work over the long haul. One thing I’ve noticed, it’s not intrinsic characteristics or personal habits that determine whether you’re successful or not. It’s your behavior. What do I mean …

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Mercedes-Benz Prices New 3-Row Pullman S-Class Sedan at $570,000

Mercedes-Benz set the starting price of the Maybach Pullman S-Class at about 500,000 euros ($570,000) as the Daimler AG division prepares to present the three-row sedan at the Geneva auto show next month. The 6.5-meter (21-foot) vehicle is Mercedes’s latest effort to win the world’s wealthiest car buyers. With a …

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TBC Bank Hosted an Energy Conference

On February 17th TBC Bank, with the support of the Ministry of Energy of Georgia, organized a conference on energy. The conference took place in TBC Bank’s conference hall. Minister of Energy of Georgia, Kakha Kaladze opened the conference. The goal of the conference was to discuss the challenges and …

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Ukraine forces withdraw from besieged town

Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko has said government forces are withdrawing from the besieged eastern town of Debaltseve. Poroshenko said on Wednesday that 80 percent of Ukraine forces have withdrawn and another two columns were preparing to leave the town – a key transport hub which government forces and pro-Russian separatists …

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Warren Buffett Buys a Stake in Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox

The “Oracle of Omaha’s” investment vehicle picked up a stake in 21st Century Fox and ditched all of its Exxon Mobil shares. Berkshire Hathaway, billionaire Warren Buffett’s investment vehicle, beefed up its media holdings in the fourth quarter by taking a stake in 21st Century Fox FOX 1.01% . In …

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Retailers Closing Stores on the Main Shopping Street in Tbilisi

Shops have closed, one after another, on the main shopping street in Tbilisi’s city center. “CBW” contacted  a recently closed store.  “New Line” manager Elene  Sakhvadze explains to  “CBW”  that  the main reason for the store closing was a high rental fee. “Commercial spaces are  so expensive, especially in the …

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Business to be Exempt from Taxes in the Mountains

Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili says work on the mountain bill will be completed by the end of February. The work on the  project is underway  for several months. The final version of the project has been already discussed. The law aims  to stop the depopulation of the mountains and the …

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We are Georgians-Georgian restaurant in NYC

All photos by Bradley Hawks for the Village Voice Tbilisi on My Mind: We Are Georgians Plays an Old Sweet Culinary Song That’s Sure to Linger   The khinkali felt like they landed with a thud, even though Marina Maisuradze-Olivo placed them in front of us gingerly, careful not to …

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Get Ready for $10 Oil

At about $50 a barrel, crude oil prices are down by more than half from their June 2014 peak of $107. They may fall more, perhaps even as low as $10 to $20. Here’s why. U.S. economic growth has averaged 2.3 percent a year since the recovery started in mid-2009. …

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