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Apple Q2 Earnings: Everyone's Mind Is Made Up

Apple Q2 Earnings: Everyone's Mind Is Made Up
At this point Wall Street and the technology press expect so little from Apple's earnings, it will be difficult to...
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NSA reportedly used Heartbleed to gather intelligence, Agency denies it

NSA reportedly used Heartbleed to gather intelligence, Agency denies it
A Bloomberg report earlier today said that the NSA intentionally kept the Heartbleed bug a secret in order to use it as a tool for intelligence.
Read more Apr 12 2014, 4:36am CDT
 

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What Ails Mt. Sinai Hospital Ails The Entire US Healthcare System

A Bloomberg News article raises extremely troubling questions about policies and procedures that have made the Mt....
Read more Mar 6 2014, 6:36pm CST
 

NYC DEP Proposes Lowest Water, Sewer Rate Increase In 9 Years

Source: CBS New York

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Visits School
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection has proposed a 3.35 percent water and sewer rate increase. It would be the lowest hike since fiscal 2006 and is less than half of the anticipated increase, the DEP said. Mayor Bill de Blasio told the Wall Street Journal that his proposal was “moving things in the right direction.” During the mayoral campaign, he had criticized Mayo ...
Full article at: CBS New York 2 hours ago
 

John Lott Announces Gun Data Research Project to Counter Bloomberg, Soros

Source: Big Government

NY Disabilities Film Festival Screening Of "A Whole Lott More" - Inside
On April 21, economist and gun scholar John Lott Jr. announced he is launching the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) to produce "peer reviewed" research to counter the "bogus academic studies" of gun control advocates like Michael Bloomberg and George Soros. The center will be funded by individuals who donate to support CPRC's research. During the launch, Lott said that his resea ...
Full article at: Big Government 2 hours ago
 

Met anticipates weak monsoon this year

Source: MyDigitalFC.com

The monsoon rains in India, which provide more than 70 per cent of the annual rainfall, will most likely be below normal on the back of a possible El Nino, which previously caused droughts, top government officials said. Rains this year may be below 95 per cent of a 50-year average of 89 cm (35 inches) in the June-September period, three officials with direct knowledge of the matter said. They requested not to be identified before an official announceme ...
Full article at: MyDigitalFC.com 3 hours ago
 

Five Surprises From Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg in Businessweek Profile

Five Surprises From Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg in Businessweek Profile
Over at Bloomberg Businessweek, Brad Stone and Sarah Frier have an excellent check-in with Mark Zuckerberg as Facebook...
Read more Jan 31 2014, 8:35pm CST
 

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Why Mohamed El-Erian Left Pimco

Source: The Market Oracle

In his first interview since leaving PIMCO, Dr. Mohammed Aly El-Erian told Bloomberg's Betty Liu this morning that he is very surprised by the media attention he received around his departure and the reason he left was "to interact with others," to "step back", "to do something different," spend more time with his ...
Full article at: The Market Oracle 4 hours ago
 

The Stream, April 23: Texas City Will be First in U.S. to Directly Recycle Wastewater for Drinking

Source: Circle of Blue Waternews

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Africa Ethiopia decided not to accept financial help from Egypt for funding the Grand Renaissance dam on the Nile River, Reuters reported. The decision gives Ethiopia complete control over the controversial hydropower project, which Egypt has opposed due to concerns about water availability downstream. Seismic testing for oil is slated to begin April 26 in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Lake Edward, part of the UNESCO-listed Virunga National Park, Reuters reported. Conserva ...
Full article at: Circle of Blue Waternews 4 hours ago
 

The Mayors Challenge: Sparking Government Innovation In European Cities

The Mayors Challenge: Sparking Government Innovation In European Cities
In an interview with James Anderson, head of government-innovation at Bloomberg Philanthropies, we discussed their 2013...
Read more Jan 16 2014, 12:36pm CST
 


 

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