UHNW Blog

 
  • Childhood Concussion Studies Butt Heads: Scientific American

    A long overdue and growing body of research on concussions is providing today’s young athletes, parents and coaches with more information about identifying and treating head injuries—but not all of that research is reliable. For instance, one new study on youth concussions offers valuable information about recovery time, whereas potentially flawed conclusions in a second new study illustrate one of the biggest challenges in studying youth concussions—missed diagnoses. Childhood Concussion Studies Butt Heads: Scientific American

     
  •  
  • Nearly 40% of designated drivers drink, study finds

    Nearly 40% of designated drivers drink, study finds

     
  •  
  • thelovenotebook: LOVE, LIFE AND PERSONAL QUOTES

     
  •  
  • springwise: iPhone case and app adds biometric capabilities Smartphone cases are slowly becoming as smart as the handsets they accompany – take the SatSleeve as an example, which turns regular devices into powerful satellite phones. Now the AOptix Stratus is a case that adds biometric capabilities to any iPhone. READ MORE…

     
  •  
  • Italian Industrial Output Unexpectedly Falls for Third Month – Bloomberg

    christianveit: Italian industrial output unexpectedly declined in April, signaling the recession in Europe’s fourth-biggest economy probably extended into its eighth quarter. Continued Italian Industrial Output Unexpectedly Falls for Third Month – Bloomberg

     
  •  
  • Family Business Owners Comfortable WIth Illiquidity, Survey Says

    Ultra-high-net-worth families that own businesses are more comfortable investing in illiquid companies than families that no longer have a business, according to a new survey by the Family Office Exchange (FOX), a global network of wealthy families and their advisors. Family Business Owners Comfortable WIth Illiquidity, Survey Says

     
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
 
 
 
 
Translate »