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- How To Find Clients By Fishing And Farming
To attract high-paying clients I recommend the proactive fishing and farming style of marketing. Wealth manager Pete Benson of Beacon Capital Management shares some of his strategies.
Forbes. Wednesday, 15 May 2019.
- U.S. consumers sue Bumble Bee, Chicken of the Sea, StarKist over 'dolphin-safe' tuna claims
U.S. consumers sued Bumble Bee, Chicken of the Sea and StarKist, accusing the country's three major packaged-tuna brands of deceiving them into thinking their tuna is caught only through "dolphin-safe" fishing practices.
Reuters. Wednesday, 15 May 2019.
- Free Fishing for Law Enforcement Weekend Held May 18-19
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is thanking Texas law enforcement personnel with a free fishing weekend in public waters May 18-19, during National Police Week.
NBC. Monday, 13 May 2019.
- Finding Consensus on Whale Protections Tough Call in Maine
Federal regulators have told Maine and other lobstering states to find a way to cut the number of surface-to-seabed fishing lines by 50% to prevent injury or death to endangered right whales, the Portland Press Herald reports. ...
Newsmax. Monday, 13 May 2019.
- Cyclist gets throat slit by fishing line strung up across a Florida pier
A man riding his bike in an Ormond Beach park on Sunday had his throat slashed by a fishing line. The couple believe the wire was deliberately tied across the path at neck height.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 9 May 2019.
- Pictured: American college grad killed in Russian plane crash was heading to work as a fishing guide
One of the 41 people in a fiery crash of a plane in Russia on Sunday was American citizen Jeremy Brooks, 22, who had just graduated college and was on his way to work as a fishing guide.
Daily Mail. Monday, 6 May 2019.
- Seafood Without The Sea: Will Lab-Grown Fish Hook Consumers?
The seafood industry has some well-publicized problems: from overfishing to contaminants that make their way into fish. Now, a handful of startups aim to offer a "clean" alternative grown from cells.
NPR. Sunday, 5 May 2019.
- Indonesia sinks 51 foreign boats to fight against poaching
Indonesian authorities have resumed their tough stance against illegal fishing in the country's water by sinking 51 foreign ships.
Fox News. Saturday, 4 May 2019.
- Climate change forcing Alaskans to hunt for new ways to survive
As far back as he can remember, Willard Church Jr. has gone out ice fishing well into the month of April, chopping holes that were easily four feet deep into the Kanektok River near his home. ...
Yahoo. Friday, 3 May 2019.
- Crewman dies on Fraserburgh-registered fishing boat in harbour
The man was fatally injured while the Fraserburgh-registered Artemis was in a harbour in Northern Ireland.
BBC News. Tuesday, 30 Apr 2019.
- A daunting task begins: Reducing lobster gear to save whales
Fishing managers on the East Coast are beginning the daunting process of implementing new restrictions on lobster fishing that are designed to protect a vanishing species of whale
ABC News. Monday, 29 Apr 2019.
- 'Ghost nets' to be tracked and removed from the sea
Lost nets and fishing gear could be removed from the ocean using new technology in a move that would help reduce the risk of sea life being injured or dying from human debris in the ocean.
Sky News. Monday, 29 Apr 2019.
- Did a weaponized whale from Russia harass NATO ally Norway?
Fishing crews and scientists in Norway, a key NATO ally in eyeshot of an increasingly belligerent Russia, found a whale wearing a strange harness
CBS News. Monday, 29 Apr 2019.
- Sierra Leone's fishing ban to replenish stocks yields little
Sierra Leone is nearing the end of a one-month ban on industrial fishing that local fishermen hoped would replenish stocks but whose impact has been limited by its short span and the financial muscle of foreign companies.
Reuters. Monday, 29 Apr 2019.
- US reportedly warns China over hostile non-naval vessels in South China Sea
The head of the U.S. Navy has warned China that hostile behavior from its coast guard and fishing boats will not be treated any differently from the Chinese navy, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
CNBC. Monday, 29 Apr 2019.
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