The pricing landscape has become increasingly competitive as companies try to undercut each other in a race to the bottom on rates. In mere weeks, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as president, and part of the platform upon which he rode to Washington was the idea that manufacturing jobs can and should return to the United States.It’s apparent that this trajectory is unsustainable and will lead to more companies potentially going out of business if they continue unabated. Let’s leave aside the issue of whether this is possible for the moment and look more closely at the real threat to those jobs. If it seems like we’ve been talking a lot about mergers and acquisitions, and rumors thereof, in this column, it’s because we have, and for good reason.The data we collect will provide the foundations for a systematic Empire-wide study of hoarding and will hopefully promote the integration of numismatic data into broader research on the Roman Economy.A new website, made possible by the Ashmolean Museum, allows users to explore coin hoards of the Roman Empire.Many successful companies, including Gift’s Project, Wibiya, Wibbitz, Bizzabo, Argus, and Fairfly were founded out of the program.She is on the advisory boards in Israel of Seed IL, Cockpit Innovation Hub, Ramle Innovation Hub, Taglit Excel Ventures Program, Wi SE, the Weizman Institute, and SCOLA, the Unit 2470 Alumni Entrepreneurship Program.Liat is Partner at Marker LLC and is based in the firm’s Herzliya office.
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The Roman Discussion Forum hosts talks on themes related to the Oxford Roman Economy Project. in the Lecture Room of the Institute of Archaeology, Beaumont Street, Oxford. Its aim is to collect information about hoards of all coinages in use in the Roman Empire between approximately 30 BC and AD 400.
Imperial Coinage will form the main focus of the project, but Iron Age and Roman Provincial coinages issued within this period will also be included.
Structured into three sections - global integration, political issues, and success and failure - the volume covers a broad range of maritime topics that have influenced both Norwegian economic development and Norwegian cultural identity.
Through analysis it discovers that in the last few decades Norwegian shipping has been plagued by multiple troubles, whilst simultaneously becoming less crucial to the Norwegian economy in favour of offshore petroleum production.