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Why your bank account may be frozen

Judgment creditors can freeze your bank accounts and then collect unpaid debts from the funds in the accounts.

When your bank account is frozen, you cannot access your money in the account, outstanding cheques will not clear, and you may be responsible for bank charges as a result. 792 more words

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Lab #4: OU Accounting Student

Lab #4:

OU STUDENT OFFERED JOB AFTER GRADUATION

Oakland University student, Jessica Hurst (21), is a part of the School of Business. She is currently majoring in… 344 more words

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Africa Mining: "SA mining industry continues to face tough times" — PwC report

Companies had no choice but to cut back on new developments, re-focus on profitable production rather than maximum production and to save costs. 1,260 more words

Mozambique Mining Industry

Profile of Arunma Oteh

Arunma Oteh, OON (Officer of the Order of the Niger), is the Treasurer and Vice President of the World Bank. She became the Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Nigeria in January 2010. 671 more words

BHS – an ongoing corporate governance classic

On Sunday 29 August 2016, BHS (British Home Stores) closed the last of its 164 remaining stores, making around 11,000 employees redundant and jeopardizing the future of over 20,000 pensioners. 1,858 more words

STX Offshore seeks to sell STX France

STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co aims to sell STX France, say media reports

STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co aims to sell STX France as part of a restructuring plan, according to media reports. 147 more words

Carnival Vista

What My Wish List Is For The USA, Part I (U.S. Energy Independence)

Let’s start off with what I admire about the USA. I remember my native Italian and proud American citizen, Mom’s words: “You can come from anywhere in the world (immigrants) and from any set of circumstances, but with determination, a good education and hard work, you have a real chance in the U.S to prosper while being respected due to your own merits. 1,066 more words

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