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Archive for: November 2014

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Report Predicts that Cloud and NFC Payment will Cause POS Market Growth

In spite of some recent security setbacks, the market for point-of-sale terminals is set to keep growing, as new payment technology becomes more integ...
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Owner of New York Knicks and Cablevision Clashes with Labor Board Over Unions

The owner of the New York Knicks is embroiled in a legal battle this month, after the National Labor Relations Board charged him with breaking federal...
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The Elephant in the Room: The Real Student Loan Debt Problem No One Wants to Talk About

Anthony Manfre, an Army veteran, was able to cover most of the cost for his associate’s and bachelor degrees using benefits from his GI Bill, th...
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BMW Prototype Combines Street Light With Electric Vehicle Charging Station

The street light industry has a surprising new player as of Nov. 7: German automaker BMW. The company announced it has created two prototypes for a st...
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People Turn to Theft and Natural Alternatives as Teeth Whitening Gains Popularity

The prevalence of teeth whitening procedures has increased by over 300% in the past five years alone, but it seems it’s still hard pressed to me...
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Storage Business is Booming in the Twin Cities, in Spite of City Objections

The demand for storage facilities is growing by the day, but businesses are often running into roadblocks when they try to open a new facility or expa...
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Interconnected Electronic Records Could Prevent Next Ebola Crisis, Top HHS Official Says

Electronic health records could protect the United States against the next Ebola-like crisis, Department of Health and Human Services CTO Bryan Sivak ...
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Virgina Toddler Dies in Fire in Unlicensed Home Day Care

When it comes to finding child care options, many working parents turn to in-home day care providers to ensure their children will be properly supervi...
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State Farm’s Office Move in Richardson Will Leave Big Vacancy in Dallas-Area Office

After State Farm Insurance moves two miles down the road in Richardson, Texas, it will leave behind a building that can house thousands of employees. ...
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Grooming Kids to be Professional Athletes can be Dangerous, Health Experts Say

Sports have a long and well-documented history of helping kids in many ways. Kids who are in shape tend to score 30% higher on tests than kids who are...