Cabot Oil & Gas: Securing Their Future With Surprisingly Good Financial Health

The tough operating conditions in the oil and gas industry are likely to continue, and thus, it is particularly important to consider the financial position of Cabot Oil & Gas. Although many of their competitors have failed to generate free cash flow and maintain a healthy financial position, they appear to have succeeded. Not only…

NYC’s Best (and Worst) Architecture Of 2019: Hudson Yards, TWA Hotel, And More

After several ho-hum years in which it seemed like nothing all that interesting happened in the world of New York City architecture, 2019 was very busy: New buildings debuted, long-awaited renovations wrapped up, and an entire neighborhood materialized from nothing on Manhattan’s west side. Was it a good year? There were certainly some triumphs. Brooklyn…

10 Must-have Deals From Anthropologie’s Incredible Sale

Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA Today’s newsroom and any business incentives. I like to consider Anthropologie stores…

Effective iOS Mobile Application Implementation in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations

This article explains the MS dynamics 365 for Unified Operations mobile app and offers key tips to implement it in your company. Please note that the earlier name of Unified Operations mobile app was Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.  The Definition  The Unified Operations mobile app allows company to make its business processes…

The Block’s interior designer Darren Palmer reveals the top trends of 2019 – including woven furniture, exposed brick and chevron tiles

The Block’s Darren Palmer has revealed the top household design trends showcased on the hit series this season. Darren, 42, one of Australia’s leading interior designers, said textured accessories like velvet chairs, rattan furniture and Berber rugs will be hugely popular over the coming months. The TV star, who is based in Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach,…

Which Architectural Style Should Your Home Have?

See which home style meets your needs. When it comes to residential architecture, style and layout are influenced not only by prevailing artistic tastes of the period, but also by the way people live in and use their homes. In the Victorian era of calling cards and rigorously orchestrated entertaining, small reception rooms that flowed…

Inside Paris Fashion Week: Wild, Inventive—and Always Shocking

RIS—Forget Cabaret. If there’s a dominant trend in Paris, it’s how extravagant and theatrical Fashion Week has become. The Spring ready-to-wear shows, which wrapped up on Tuesday—as the country mourned the loss of its former leader Jacques Chirac—proved the point. Think a skateboard-meets-dance inspired performance from the Japanese tech whiz Issey Miyake. The Paris regular…

NSFAS defends cash for books, citing financial freedom

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme NSFAS has defended its decision to provide students with cash allowances for textbooks saying the move will give the students financial freedom. Earlier in , NSFAS changed the manner in which it disburses the student book allowance of up to R,, from a ring-fenced system that allowed funds only…

SEO for Creatives: What Designers, Artists, Photographers & Writers Need to Know

If you’re a new business owner, a creative entrepreneur, or unfamiliar with what’s going on in search engine optimization, SEO can seem intimidating. After all, it’s your small business wrestling to get to the top of Google search engine results. But it doesn’t have to be that way. If creatives and SMBs focus on a…