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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Dave Thomas
Hike the minimum wage. For politicians trying to show their concern for those on the lower rungs of the economic ladder, it's a simple solution.
St. Andrews is incomparable because of its history, but when it comes to links courses in the British Open rotation, Muirfield is looked upon as the purest and fairest of them all. What gets even less of an argument is the roll call of champions at Muirfield.
A capsule look at the 15 previous British Opens held at Muirfield Golf Club, where the 142nd British Open will be played July 18-21:
Wendy's pigtails are getting a tweak.
A capsule look at the 10 previous British Opens held at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, where the 141st British Open will be played July 19-22:
As CEOs, Sam Walton, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs possessed common traits. They were tireless workers, demanding bosses and sticklers for detail. They were visionaries, too, who reshaped their respective industries.
"They taught me the importance of being polite and of praising people for a job well done," Thomas said. "From them I learned that if you work hard and apply yourself, you succeed. It's really not that complicated."