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Archive for: January 2016

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Bells and Whistles: Microsoft Quietly Adding New Widgets To Bing

As digital marketing continues on its track to eclipse television ads as the largest single sector of the advertising world, search engines are well p...
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Chrysler Wants American Families To Gas Up AND Plug In the Family Minivan

This week in Detroit, the North American International Auto Show has attracted the biggest automakers in the world to the Motor City, where they’...
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‘Fat Cat Tuesday’ Highlights Wage Gap Between Workers and Executives In the UK

Executive staffing agencies are constantly looking for the best candidate for the right position, but with pay steadily rising it can be hard to pull ...
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Studies Show Why Clinical Trials are Failing

The European Medicines Agency met in December to discuss clinical trials, but the results were not favorable. They delivered a message that no one in ...
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The Internet Makes Up Six Percent of U.S. Economy

The Internet generates 6% of the U.S. economy and connects 92% of U.S. residents with the broader world, according to a new Internet Association study...
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El Nino to Bring Rain and Snow to Somewhat Foreign Places

For most parts of the country, especially the Northeast, this winter has been incredibly mild, and one might even dare to say quite pleasant. While mo...
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Browns QB Johnny Manziel Partied in Vegas — With a Blonde Wig and Fake Mustache — While Teammates Prepared for Season Finale

Rarely does a situation turn out well when it involves a blonde wig, a fake mustache, and a Planet Hollywood casino in Las Vegas. For Cleveland Browns...
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Despite Severe Danger Warnings, Leeds Students Spotted Whitewater Rafting Through Flooded City

After an onslaught of heavy rainfall throughout the holiday season, residents in Leeds are facing serious flooding, with entire homes and businesses d...
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FDA May Redefine What is Considered ‘Natural’

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has now agreed to extend the comment period for food industry groups to give their opinion on the use of the wor...
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Steel Shipping Containers Being Installed in Calais to House Over 1,500 Migrants

As conditions continue to worsen in the French port city of Calais, steel shipping containers are being installed provide basic shelter and protection...