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Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors – 2016 Edition

Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors – 2016 Edition

Real Estate Law & Asset Protection for Texas Real Estate Investors - 2016 Edition

This book is a pragmatic and creative approach to legal and asset protection issues faced by investors in Texas real estate, particularly investors in residential and smaller commercial properties. It is not intended to be a textbook or comprehensive academic treatise. Rather, it contains practical perspectives and techniques developed over the years in the course of advising and representing investors. Since there are usually as many opinions as there are lawyers in a room, it should be no surp

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The Austin Texas G3 Chocolatier Journal Reports that Seattle Food Scientist, Terry Wakefield, Completed a Comprehensive Fact Analysis of Xocai Healthy Cacao


(PRWEB) January 18, 2014

Adam Paul Green, an Austin Texas G3 Chocolatier Journal, is pleased to reports that Seattle Food Scientist, Terry Wakefield, has just completed a comprehensive fact analysis of MXI Corp; Xocai Healthy Cacao.

Modern food scientists and technologists are versatile, interdisciplinary and collaborative practitioners in a profession at the crossroads of scientific and technological developments.  As our food system has drastically changed, from one centered around family food production and preservation on individual farms to the modern system of today, most people are no longer connected to their food nor are they familiar with the agricultural production and food manufacturing processes designed for providing higher quality, safe food.  In the United States, food science is typically studied at “land-grant” universities which were chartered in the mid-1800’s to support agricultural and technical education.

Terry Wakefield quote:  “In my case, I went to school at Oregon State University located in Corvallis, Oregon.  A food science and engineering curriculum is an eclectic mix of “hard” and “soft” science — chemistry, biology, economics, microbiology, statistics, nutrition and engineering blended together with the culinary arts.  Upon my graduation, I went to work for General Foods (currently part of Kraft) as a quality control supervisor.  I quickly moved into a plant quality control manager position and then on into corporate quality assurance where I was responsible for helping assure that all of the company’s production facilities met standards and that key ingredient suppliers were in compliance with specifications.  I was then promoted to quality control manager of a large plant where I was also on the original product development and commercialization team for Cool Whip.”

http://oregonstate.edu/foodsci/

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“My next assignment was in Delaware as quality control manager for a 27 acre production facility which produced a broad array of products (Minute Rice, Minute Tapioca, Baker’s Coconut, Log Cabin Syrup, Dream Whip, Kool-Aid, Jell-O Gelatin & Pudding, Stove Top Stuffing and Baker’s Chocolate).  With chocolate back in my life, I was able to transition out of the quality control arena and into production management. I was responsible for producing most of the products noted above, but my favorite assignment was running the 6.5 acre chocolate manufacturing facility. We had 40 silos (each held 1 million pounds) for storing cocoa beans so I had access to beans from virtually every part of the world (Madagascar, Bahia, Sanchez, Samoa, Ghana, Maracaibo, Arriba, etc.).  I have also had a privilege to work for Bissinger’s Handcrafted Chocolates in St. Louis as Senior VP and Chief Chocolatier.  This very old chocolate company had originally made chocolate for King Louis XIV,” says Terry Wakefield.

Thanks to a new friend, Adam Green, Terry Wakefield discovered “Xocai” and became intrigued.

Terry Wakefield

terryw934(at)gmail(dot)com

http://cacaopow.youthfulchocolate.com/

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Construction jobs and business will continue growing in Texas and across the …

Construction jobs and business will continue growing in Texas and across the
Jobs: Many companies plan to begin hiring again, while relatively few plan to lay off workers. Nationally, 41 percent of companies that did not change staff levels in 2013 plan to hire this year, while 2 percent plan layoffs. Overall, 86 percent of U.S …
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Global Game Jam leads this week's tech events in St. Louis
This week, Ola Ayeni, founder of eateria, discusses his business plan with Charlie Brennan. Disruptive Diner: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Lab1500, 1500 Washington Ave. This monthly event will focus on how programmers and organizations are using …
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The Cultural Perils of Clockwatching
We were planning the presentation I would give the next day to a large group of South Americans. “This topic is very important to our organization,” he told me. “The participants will love it. Please feel free to take extra time if you like.” I didn't …
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Texas Rare Earth Resources Provides Fiscal Year 2012 Second Quarter Project …

Texas Rare Earth Resources Provides Fiscal Year 2012 Second Quarter Project
Drilling on the project is now focused on advancing the PFS, with one reverse circulation drill as well as a core rig drilling on site. Our current plan is to twin four reverse circulation holes with core holes. "We anticipate the core will help …
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Money's there, public-private projects aren't
She says successful risk management has been the missing-link on many failed economic infrastructure projects, which ironically may have been on time and successful in delivering key government outcomes. "Unsuccessful PPPs typically have shown that …
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Atna Reports Progress on Development of the Pinson Mine
Atna has focused on the following tasks in the first quarter: Senior management for the project has been retained and are now on-site. Mr. Rod Berkshire has joined Atna as General Manager for the Pinson Mine. Mr. Berkshire is a mining engineer by …
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