Louisiana subscribers of the online video streaming service Netflix, and customers of Comcast will find it interesting to learn that the two well-known companies recently announced a deal which will guarantee that movies, TV shows and other shows on Netflix will be smoothly streamed for their customers.
In a world where many people want high broadband speeds, demand high quality video and are constantly craving new internet and video technologies, a merger between two well-known cable providers may be exciting news for consumers. However, our Louisiana residents may find it interesting to learn such mergers are not always easy, and require regulatory approval before the actual merger becomes a reality.
In today's global economy, businesses across of the world rely on one another for trade, movement of goods and more. In the long run, global business relationships help world economies grow and are potentially good for nations and their citizens. However, sometimes business relationships can get complex, and when an international business dispute arises, the consequences can ripple through the world.
Most people at some point in their lives have likely taken a plane from one destination to another destination for either business or pleasure. However, many travelers in Louisiana who pass through major airports throughout the country do not think about all the construction activity that makes the existence of an airport possible. Even though the end result of a construction project may seem flawless, sometimes construction disputes arise.