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Mystery unfolds from $2 blanket
Lisa Dossenbach Kleman and her friend thought they were buying a cheap sleeping bag when they paid two bucks for a rolled-up blanket in 2005 at the Hubbardston Flea Market. It was wound up tightly...
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Business analysis: The rise and potential fall of...
When Roberto Goizueta died of cancer in 1997, at the age of 65, he was a billionaire. Not bad for a Cuban émigré who had come to the United States as a teenager. He was by no means the first immigrant...
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Digital Disruption to Remove Many Large Companies...
was one of the companies that suffered from digital disruptionReuters The majority of the world's 100 largest companies would be out of that list over the next 30 years due to so-called...
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The Corner for Oct. 17, 2014
Ticker symbols (tic symbol) are part of the folklore of Wall Street. They were originally developed in the 1800s by telegraph operators, who reserved one‑letter symbols for the most active stocks to...
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Ohio State names new chief investment officer
Ohio State names new chief investment officer Education Blog Ohio State University is hiring the director of investments for the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System to manage the university's...
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Silver Lake Said to Shelve Bid for Shutterfly, Sn...
Silver Lake, the biggest technology-focused buyout firm, decided against buying Snapfish from Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) after performing due diligence, the person said, asking not to be identified...
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CSC Names Diane Wilfong Vice President, Controlle...
Wilfong joins CSC from Caesars Entertainment, where she has served as senior vice president, controller and chief accounting officer. She will replace Michael Sweeney who has been CSC’s interim...
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Appetite for Alton
Alton Brown is a TV natural. Focused, funny and at times evilly maniacal, Brown makes good TV about food that sneaks in a lot of science and information along with entertainment. With two shows airing...
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Stamford's Ferguson Library Offers Business Works...
STAMFORD, Conn. – SCORE Fairfield County and the Ferguson Library will present a Free SCORE Select Small Business Workshop titled “Making Your Marketing More Effective,” at the library at 96 Broad St....
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Investing in stocks for your children
INVESTING for your children requires plenty of planning - for you’re saving for the long haul. There are many types of investments to choose from – but for those willing to take the plunge –...
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Deputy Mayor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor DWI
Updated: Friday, October 3 2014, 05:08 PM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – Rochester Deputy Mayor Len Redon pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for DWI, according to a statement released by Mayor Lovely Warren...
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Meet the drug companies fighting Ebola
An image of Ebola virus, left, and health worker treating patients for the deadly disease LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- A couple have only existed for a short time, the bulk have no more than 200...
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Eastman Kodak cutting 70 jobs in Rochester area
says it will cut 70 jobs at its Rochester-area operations as it transitions to a smaller company focused on commercial and packaging printing. The Rochester-based film and...
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U.S. unemployment benefits continue to drop
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits has fallen to the lowest level in eight years. Last week, the number of jobless benefit seekers dropped by 8,000 to a seasonally adjusted...
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NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
Rochester Focuses On A New Picture Of American Manufacturing Rochester, N.Y., was once the imaging capital of the world, home to Kodak, Xerox and the eye care company, Bausch + Lomb.Led by these...
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Editor in Charge — Dean Baquet Takes Charge of Th...
Three months into his tenure as chief editor of The New York Times, Dean Baquet sat down on the black leather sofa in his third-floor office within the newspaper’s glass-and-steel headquarters in...
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Orthofix Announces Appointment of Luke T. Faulsti...
LEWISVILLE, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Orthofix International N.V., (NASDAQ:OFIX), a diversified, global medical device company focused on improving patients’ lives by providing superior reconstructive...
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Global media and innovation experts join line up
Global media and innovation experts join line upMonday, 22 September 2014, 1:25 pmPress Release: Aspiring Conversations Global media and innovation experts join Aspiring Conversations line upWe have a...
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