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Aaron Jeansonne: Back racing again in British FF

After winning a Team USA Scholarship in 2017 and then contesting only a partial season of F2000 last year, Sulphur, La., native Aaron Jeansonne is returning to the sport for the BRSCC Avon Tires British Formula Ford 1600 Championship after being invited to join last year’s Formula Ford Festival-winning team, Oldfield Motorsport. 606 more words

Team USA Scholarship

This Futuristic Levitating Plant Pot is the Coolest Thing in my House

* This plant pot keeps your bonsai plants levitating above the ground
* It delivers a serious “wow” factor and is a great way to impress visitors… 344 more words


Green Up Your Home or Office With These Succulent Planters With a Masculine Edge

* Planters for the masculine man with a green thumb
* Ceramic, concrete and metallic succulent plant holders
* Bring the garden vibe inside 

Balancing a sophisticated and warm living space or office environment is a finetuned practice. 458 more words

Miscellaneous - ARCHIVE

SEC Chairman Clayton Talks Market Growth and Development

Welcome to the SEC’s 29th Annual International Institute for Securities Market Growth and Development.[1]

Thank you for being our guests over the next two weeks. 1,250 more words

Securities Regulation

Capital Markets Union: Making it easier for insurers to invest in the real economy

This article is brought to you in association with the European Commission.

The European Commission adopted today new rules to help insurers to invest in equity and private debt and to provide long-term capital financing. 593 more words

The European Sting

5 House Plant Essentials You Didn’t Know You Needed (Until Now)

* Your house plants require light, water and food to thrive
* These 5 essentials ensure your plants have the right environment
* List includes plant food, LED lamps and insect traps… 655 more words



A leading financial city or hub refers to a city with strategic location, top class financial institutions, reputable stock exchanges, dense concentration of public and private banks, trading and insurance companies. 1,035 more words