- Reservations may not be accepted depending on the reservation status etc.
Smartphone dispatch application
Telephone unnecessary! Just order easily by tapping! You can also see the current location of the taxi heading.
From the phone
We will accept your order at the call center. 24 hours, 365 days correspondence. Please feel free to tell us your requests, requests etc.
It is convenient without looking for MK taxi!
Please use by all means when coming near you.
For taxi ordering in Chitose city
With the 2015 November 16, thousand-year-old office open, now available call us by phone the MK taxi in Chitose.
As it is possible to guide you if there are empty cars around you at the time of calling, please contact the call center for availability etc.
※ Because the number of units is limited, you can not order advance reservation or time designation.
MK smart car delivery
It is the most convenient way to call a taxi. TACPO point one percent up at great!
(Kyoto, Shiga, Nagoya, Sapporo only / ※ cash Value · MK ticket in the case of payment only)
RDV Corporation, owner of the Orlando Magic, has retained SC Advisors to provide pre-development services for a proposed $150 million sports and entertainment district in downtown Orlando.
The mixed-use development will be adjacent to the Amway Center and plans include a hotel, office space for the Orlando Magic, and an exciting array of dining and retail establishments. SC Advisors will oversee the development of a site plan and initial building designs, secure approvals from local agencies, analyze potential business models, and help facilitate the purchase of the necessary land.
If you want to see all the best encrypted messaging apps in one place, then this is the guide you’re looking for.
We did a roundup of these encrypted apps because the battle for our data is fiercer than ever. Governments crave for it, companies seek access to it, and cyber criminals probably want it the most.
But what’s so special about my data?
The fact that it’s yours and it can be monetized one way or another, by any of the entities listed above.
Wake-up call: the data you share in your IMs
Today I’m going to focus on a big chunk of your data that I bet you disregard as unimportant: the information stored and share in instant messages and text messages.
Messaging, either via the Internet or through good, ol’ SMSs, is today’s go-to communication method. No doubt about it.
Younger generations – from Y to Z – would rather text than call someone at any time of day and night (myself included). And not only them. Employees in companies of all types and sizes are heavily using instant messaging apps as well.
This means that a huge amount of data is stored, transmitted and shared through these messages.
And this doesn’t happen only on mobile devices. Now instant messaging apps are cross-platform, so you can sync your conversation across your smartphone, tablet and desktop. Messaging apps also offer the option to be used for both online IMs and SMSs.
Everything is just a click or a tap away. But not only for you.
You may think you’re sharing data confidentially when using Facebook Messenger, Skype or Snapchat, but sometimes it’s just an illusion.
Without end-to-end encryption, your conversations are right in the crosshairs of cyber criminals, government meddling and amoral marketers.
Here’s a recent example of how security holes in these apps can expose your data to malware and other cyber threats:
“The Check Point security research team discovered a vulnerability in Facebook’s Messenger (both the online version and the mobile app) that would allow an attacker to modify the contents of someone’s chat history as well as give them the ability to spread malware through the chat service. […] This vulnerability existed because messages are normally stored on Facebook’s servers, and Facebook could also modify the messages itself if it so desired. The attackers are simply using a capability that Facebook already has. “
Do I have your attention now?
Because you’re going to want to find out about this.
CONTINUE HERE to find out more…
On December 21, 2015, the French Minister of Finance and Public Accounts announced that they had removed BVI from their list of non-cooperative jurisdictions. The French minister indicated that BVI had been very cooperative with France and positively responded to almost all recommended changes.
BVI Premier and Minister for Finance, Dr the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE said, “The Government of the Virgin Islands is pleased with this positive step from France which demonstrates our commitment to exchange of information and also demonstrates our compliance with the international standards”.
The announcement comes after the progress made in BVI was also recognised by the Global Forum on Tax Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes in August 2015 which upgraded the Territory’s non-compliant rating to ‘largely compliant’.
Established in 1977, the Mossack Fonseca Group is a leading global company which provides comprehensive legal, trust and accounting services.
As I am so accustomed to interviewing entrepreneurs, I was interested in the path of a Human Resources professional for such an international corporation with over 500 employees. So, I'm happy to present an interview with Katia Solano the Director of Human Resources for Mossack Fonseca & Co (MF).
Established in 1977, Mossack Fonseca is a leading global company which provides comprehensive legal, trust and accounting services.
Katia's been at the company for more than 20 years. She's moved through many different positions, learning different skills along the way, from reception to filing and then as the personal assistant to one of the founders of the company.
"I worked with the founder when MF was a pretty small company; we were around 30 employees at that time. Later, I worked on accounts receivables and payables, and then I came to the human resources department."
In the last 20 years, Canada's major surges both in population and economic activity have translated into exponential growth in all aspects of real estate, whether in municipal infrastructure and institutional requirements, commercial and consumer needs in homebuilding, industrial development or community, commercial and retail services. From development, construction and land-use planning to commercial leasing and property management, our property development and real estate lawyers are proactive, deal-oriented advisors who understand the cyclical nature of the business and can anticipate and respond to the market and its players.
Our clients include public sector clients such as cities, municipal districts and provincial and federal ministries as well as developers, investors, portfolio managers, landlords, tenants, retailers, real estate professionals and financial institutions. According to need, we have negotiated and advised on land use assemblies and properties of virtually every type, including office properties, resort facilities, residential developments, retail and mixed-use commercial centres, industrial and manufacturing sites, gaming complexes, and other leisure and recreational buildings. We also bring particular expertise to energy-related land use, providing zoning, environmental and construction-related advice to multi-year, multi-phase projects ranging from oil sands extraction facilities to refining and upgrading sites.
One of our hallmark practices is our work with real estate portfolio managers, pension funds and real estate investment trusts (REITs). We have structured and led the financing of REITs and have advised owners and fund managers on complex commercial real estate developments, acquisitions, syndications, financings and dispositions. Working with our restructuring counsel, we have also been involved in significant national realization proceedings and Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act restructurings of large real estate loans and credit facilities.