Saturday, 01 November 2014


  • Radcom Reaches An Inflection Point (RDCM)

    21:48 | 1/11/14
    Seeking Alpha (registration)
    Oct. 31, 2014 4:55 AM ET | About: Radcom Ltd. (RDCM) by: Mike Arnold, CFA Subscribers to SA PRO had an early look at this article. more»
  • Bangladesh hit by electricity blackout

    21:15 | 1/11/14
    The Daily Progress
    DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) - Bangladesh's state power company says the country has been hit with an electricity blackout after a transmission line bringing power from neighboring India failed. more»
  • Retailers ramp up for Black Friday

    20:52 | 1/11/14
    Press Herald
    The Bentonville, Arkansas-based retail behemoth, which has added more than 1 million items to its site since last year's holiday season, bringing its product selection to 7 million, will continue its regular policy of offering free shipping on orders ... more»
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Recent News
  • UPDATED —3rd Marysville shooting victim dies; family 'can't imagine life ...

    20:41 | 1/11/14
    Peninsula Daily
    A group of registered nurses observes a moment of silence with their fellow caregivers at 10:39 a.m. Monday at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. more»
  • 67-year-old Bangladesh Railway Minister Mujibul Haque marries 29-year-old

    20:18 | 1/11/14
    Daily News & Analysis
    According to the daily, Haque signed the Kabin Nama (marriage document) at around 3 pm on Friday after paying Taka 5,00,001 as denmohor. more»
  • YES on Measure B

    20:07 | 1/11/14
    The Salinas Californian
    Our local high schools - Alisal, Everett Alvarez, Mount Toro, North, and Salinas High Schools - have served generations of students well. more»
  • Votes against G and H

    20:07 | 1/11/14
    The Salinas Californian
    A special tax is the strongest solution to reconcile our lack of trust in the city council and our city's need for additional revenue to fund the city's No. 1 obligation, which is public safety. ... The return on investment would be a start of the ... more»
  • The New World

    20:07 | 1/11/14
    This past year alone, we've seen a potentially game-changing political election in India and a contentious one in Brazil, along with the start of major economic and political reforms in China that have had repercussions throughout the developing world ... more»
  • Didier-Newhouse race a GOP face-off

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    The Spokesman Review
    He is the son of longtime legislator Irv Newhouse, and last year he was a spokesman against a failed ballot initiative that would have required foods with genetically modified products to say so on their label. His FEC reports show about ... Didier has ... more»
  • News of Record: Police log

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    Bend Bulletin
    14CV0809 - HSBC Bank USA, National Association, as trustee for GSAA Home Equity Trust 2005-7 v. Toby Garus also known as Toby D. Garus, T.D. more»
  • Obama's tormentors

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    President Obama's approval is around 44%, and barely 21% of Americans approve of the way the Republicans in Congress are handling their job. ... are taking place at a time of growing internal and international uncertainty about American leadership and ... more»
  • Faith Calendar

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    Conference: The Pacific Northwest District Council, 17th Episcopal Diocese of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World Inc., presents “Power of Unity” Nov. 6-8 at the Holiday Inn ... and Arlington. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans also is matching proceeds. more»
  • Stuckart action referred to city's ethics panel

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    The Spokesman Review
    1, 2014 in City on Page A1 The first complaint about Jerry McDowell's property came during the Ronald Reagan administration. more»
  • Plant bulbs now, don't fret about water, and be dazzled by spring

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    Sacramento Bee
    “The way I look at bulbs is like accessorizing the garden,” said garden designer and author Rebecca Sweet, who uses many bulbs in her Northern California landscapes. “Bulbs ... This gives bulbs a big advantage over plants that only have a root system ... more»
  • Business news in brief

    19:56 | 1/11/14
    A $125 million, 300-guest-room Hudson Hotel has been proposed for a property at 17th and Chancellor Streets in Center City Philadelphia, under an ordinance proposed by City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, says David A. Schultz of DAS Architects, in a ... more»
  • Good News for the Consumer—and Consumer Stocks

    19:45 | 1/11/14
    But home prices, as measured by the S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index, didn't stop falling until February 2012 and have only risen 25% since then, while data from Zillow show 20% of homeowners had negative equity at the end of 2013. more»
  • Cold Stone Creamery's entertainment helps build global business

    19:45 | 1/11/14
    At the event, Kahala also signed on a Vietnam company to be a master franchise in the Southeast Asian country. MCRC Holdings Corp. plans to open 30 stores over the next five years, starting in the metropolitan area of Ho Chi Minh City. "We first ... more»
  • No SBCC Tennis Team

    19:45 | 1/11/14
    Santa Barbara Independent
    Let me explain why: In 2011, Santa Barbara City College hired a new athletic director (AD). The new AD had limited AD experience. more»
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