Forbes, Ranking America's Top Colleges 2014: For the seventh year, Forbes has partnered with the Washington, D.C.-based Center for College Affordability and Productivity (CCAP) for America’s Top Colleges. The Forbes list of 650 schools distinguishes itself from competitors by our belief in “output” over “input.” We’re not all that interested...
On June 27, FDA approved a new product – a rapid acting inhaled insulin indicated for the treatment of diabetes call Afrezza. The agency announced the approval by sending out a press release. The agency also sent out this tweet: … Continue reading ?
Apple retail employees are a great resource for advice on picking your Macs and iOS devices but now an Apple news aggregator is reporting that retail employees are now privy to Apple’s secret launch plans for its biggest product launches of the year. The information was supposedly relayed during what Apple calls an “All Hands meeting” […]
German company Agravis Raiffeisen AG has commissioned its first feed mill in Kazakhstan, reported the representatives from the company, noting that the annual production capacity of the plant will be 110,000 tonnes of feed per year, or 15 tons hourly. At the same time, the construction of the plant required a total about €8 million of investments.
By Alpha Strategist: Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) has been detaching itself from its international assets which will result in increased domestic production. Marathon has recently announced the sale of its North Sea oil business to a local Norwegian business for as much as $2.7 billion. Show More Summary
By John Leonard: Company overview Sierra Monitor Corp. (OTCQB:SRMC) sells electronic safety and environmental instrumentation through two product categories. Its gas detection devices (52% of LTM revenue) are used to detect hazardous gases/flames and oxygen deficiencies. Show More Summary
15 to Life HITPLAY PRODUCTIONS "Are you the same person that you were at age 14?" one of Kenneth Young's lawyers asks in 15 to Life, a documentary challenging the ethics of sentencing kids to life in prison—a routine punishment only in America. Show More Summary
Yes, it involved ice cream-based bribes. But before you judge too harshly, keep in mind that she built a better product than Google. I have a six-year old daughter, "Bug," and like many kids her age she loves watching shows and playing games on an iPad. I don't mind her staring at the screen all day, but I'd like her to create as much as she consumes. Read Full Story
Weaning is a critical event in the life of almost every mammal. In the case of piglets, the challenge has become even bigger due to how prompt and fast it is done in modern intensive swine production.
Top Idea: Largo Resources by Itinerant: Long / Industrial Metals & Minerals / Growth / Small-Cap / Expanding Production / Underfollowed / 150% Upside Top Idea: Mart Resources by Street Smart Investor: Long / Oil & Gas Exploration / GARP...Show More Summary
John P. Conley (Vanderbilt University) & Ali Sina Önder (University of Bayreuth), The Research Productivity of New PhDs in Economics: The Surprisingly High Non-Success of the Successful: Our evidence shows that only the top 10–20 percent of a typical graduating class of economics PhD students are likely to accumulate a...
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The Mick Jagger-produced new biopic of soul legend James Brown opens this Friday. In production for 12 years, Get On Up traces Brown’s chaotic early life and his transformation into a music legend. Such a film would seem unlikely to draw controversy, but telling the true story of an iconic performer was not always easy
What happens when developers fall back in love with desktop apps? This story contains interviews with Dan Counsell, founder of Realmac Software; Till Schadde, CEO of equinux; Ralf Pfleghar, director of development, equinux; Saulius Dailide, cofounder, UI designer, Pixelmator; and Keith Blount, developer of Scrivener. Read Full Story
You've seen the news... virtually all food prices are rising fast now. Food inflation is becoming a major issue. There's really only way to take immediate productive action to protect your household, and that is to lock-in today's prices by purchasing foods. Show More Summary
The current-generation Nissan Navara has something of a bad reputation in terms of its reliability and quality, but the Japanese brand promises the new-generation model will be better. Nissan global chief of product planning, Keno Kato, says the company has made quality at the forefront for the new D23 Navara. “Quality is a highest priority. [...]
It’s been a rocky journey for popular Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi recently, what with having to face criticisms that it has ripped off Apple’s products and privacy issues with the Redmi Note. Now there’s another bump in the...Show More Summary
Small amphibians are sort of the hot hatchbacks of the aviation world and one aimed at the beginner pilot is always worth a look see. At EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) manufacturer ICON Aircraft debuted its first production A5 amphibious, folding-wing plane for the general public. Show More Summary
IKEA is a cruel and fickle creator. After brutally killing off the Expedit shelf in February, the Swedish furniture mogul has decided to consign the Galant desk to the same fate. Production of the Galant has already ceased, with the desk expected to be completely phased out by October. Show More Summary
Infiniti’s compact electric vehicle concept, the LE sedan, could be back on the production schedule if reports this week prove accurate. Revealed in early 2012 as a premium cousin to the Nissan Leaf, the LE later found itself on the backburner when former Infiniti boss Johan de Nysschen directed the company to focus on new volume-selling models. Show More Summary