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  • NBAers are tweeting at this ex-school teacher 17 Aug 2017 05:46 Mace and Crown Image via YouTube It was a Sunday afternoon in January 2015, and the Miami Heat had just made swift work of the Chicago Bulls in a nationally televised game on ABC. It was an introduction of sorts for Heat center Hassan Whiteside, a mercurial big man …
  • Why Startups Should Look for Opportunity Between the Coasts 17 Aug 2017 05:46 Entrepreneur Tech entrepreneurs are the cool kids on the block. Whereas young people once aspired to be rockstars or astronauts, today they dream of being startup founders, flush with venture capital and working out of sleek, open-plan offices in San Francisco’s …
  • Naperville Democrat seeking Connelly's 21st Senate seat 17 Aug 2017 05:46 Dailyherald.com A Naperville Democrat has announced her intent to seek the 21st District seat held by Republican state Sen. Michael Connelly. Laura Ellman, an assessor at a national laboratory, said in a news release that she wants to use her experience with data …
  • Why buyers are chasing old homes 17 Aug 2017 05:45 News.com.au Derek Baikie and daughter Nina (11) outside their future home in Turramurra. (AAP Image / Julian Andrews) ALISON CHEUNGNorth Shore Times UPDATED heritage properties are one of the most popular housing types on the north shore — but vendors are …
  • Mechatronics Combines ‘Cupcakes & Competencies’ at Employer Demo Event 17 Aug 2017 05:45 Suburban Times Cupcakes, coffee, and important conversation filled the room at the Clover Park Technical College Mechatronics Program’s “Cupcakes & Competencies” event Friday, as the program unveiled a new “Smart Matching System” to local employers and other guests. …
  • appScatter and Abilott announce a strategic partnership 17 Aug 2017 05:39 Calvinayre appScatter and Abilott Announce a Strategic Partnership to Deliver App Intelligence, Competitor Insights, ASO Tools and an Increase in App Downloads for Next Generation Gambling and Gaming The strategic partnership formed to support co-innovation. The …
  • Singapore Stock Market May End Losing Streak 17 Aug 2017 05:37 RTT News The Singapore stock market has finished lower in back-to-back sessions, sliding almost 30 points or 0.9 percent along the way. The Straits Times Index now rests just beneath the 3,280-point plateau although it may find traction on Thursday. The global …
  • Lots of high-tech factory jobs in U.S., but skilled workers are lacking 17 Aug 2017 05:29 The Seattle Times More and more factory jobs now demand education, technical know-how or specialized skills. And many of the workers set adrift from low-tech factories lack such qualifications. More apprenticeships would help fill posts. NORWOOD, Ohio (AP) — Herbie Mays is …
  • Independent Research Firm Recognizes Hexaware as A Strong Performer in Continuous Testing Providers’ Evaluation 17 Aug 2017 05:28 PRZOOM   Hexaware Technologies Ltd, the fastest growing automation-led, nextgeneration provider of IT, BPO and consulting services, today announced that it has been listed as a ‘strong performer’ in continuous testing by Forrester Research, in their report …
  • Asian Markets Mostly Higher With Modest Gains 17 Aug 2017 05:27 RTT News Asian stock markets are mostly higher with modest gains on Thursday, tracking the positive lead overnight from Wall Street after minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy meeting showed the central bank is in no hurry to raise interest …
  • The trouble with ibuprofen-codeine painkillers 17 Aug 2017 05:26 The Sydney Morning Herald One in five Australians are taking too many painkillers, new data shows, prompting doctors to warn about the harmful – and sometimes fatal – consequences. New research by NPS Medicinewise shows that 19 per cent of Australians have exceeded the recommended …
  • The trouble with ibuprofen-codeine painkillers 17 Aug 2017 05:21 The Age One in five Australians are taking too many painkillers, new data shows, prompting doctors to warn about the harmful – and sometimes fatal – consequences. New research by NPS Medicinewise shows that 19 per cent of Australians have exceeded the recommended …
  • High hopes for top-secret hemp crop 17 Aug 2017 05:20 Jersey Evening Post A TOP-SECRET farming trial to see if hemp can be grown commercially by the Island’s agricultural industry is going well – as pictures of the Environment Minister taken among the crop this week illustrate. Deputy Steve Luce is encouraging farmers to …
  • Fitbit for ferals 17 Aug 2017 05:20 The Land Newspaper CAPE YORK’S feral pigs sound like an unusual target market for personal fitness monitoring devices. But a trial of a new monitoring system offers potential to not just increase the effectiveness of control measures, but create new commercial opportunities …
  • One in five Australians are exceeding recommended medicine dosage, worrying doctors 17 Aug 2017 05:17 The Sydney Morning Herald One in five Australians are taking too many painkillers, new data shows, prompting doctors to warn about the harmful – and sometimes fatal – consequences. New research by NPS Medicinewise shows that 19 per cent of Australians have exceeded the recommended …
  • Vets: Grain-free food about marketing not health 17 Aug 2017 05:17 The Journal Gazette Losing weight is tough. It would be easier if a benevolent someone concerned about your health controlled exactly how much you ate and how often you exercised, right? That's the situation for most dogs and cats in the United States, and yet the …
  • Poverty still a big issue in 2017 mayoral race 17 Aug 2017 05:06 Newsnet 5 CLEVELAND, Ohio - Downtown Cleveland may be seeing a renaissance, but many parts of the city continue to struggle. Census data shows that while the poverty rate dipped in 2016, it still hovers around 35 percent, which is among the worst in the nation. Of …
  • Why No Company Should Start A Big Data Project Right Now 17 Aug 2017 05:06 Forbes Big data is big right now. Most companies are exploring how they can use this transformative technology and the more innovative businesses are already delivering value from big data. In this post I am arguing that no business should start a big data …
  • Australia's jobless rate slips in July but full-time work falters 17 Aug 2017 05:05 The Times of India SYDNEY, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Australia's jobless rate ticked lower in July led by a big bounce in part-time work while full-time employment fell, a mixed result that augurs poorly for wages growth and the course of inflation. The unemployment rate …
  • Why walled gardens are the biggest threat to your ability to foster customer relationships 17 Aug 2017 04:58 PC World Walled gardens such as those built by Google, Facebook and Amazon are the deepest threats to another brand’s customer data and survival, martech guru, David Raab, claims. During a presentation at the recent CMO Momentum conference, the principal of Raab …