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New York Magazine
The Case Against the Media, by the Mediaof the media, both on the left and on the right, is that it tends to want stage
The Case Against the Media, by the Media
New York Magazine / Posted 20 hours ago
of the media, both on the left and on the right, is that it tends to want staged battles. I mean, it really is like professional wrestling. If a media figure, a writer for example, goes on television or radio, there’s a tendency for... Read more
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EuroNews
A leak from Snowden film sets the tone at Comic-Con Internationalin San Diego for Comic-Con International. The four-day event features a range o
A leak from Snowden film sets the tone at Comic-Con International
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
in San Diego for Comic-Con International. The four-day event features a range of activities hosted by studios and TV networks for more than 100,000 participating comic book, film and TV fans. They get exclusive glimpses at upcoming... Read more
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Field Technologies Online
NetMotion Wireless Enters Japanese Market To Support Rapidly Growing Mobile Workforcein productivity while removing the complexity of supporting a mobile workforce.
NetMotion Wireless Enters Japanese Market To Support Rapidly Growing Mobile Workforce
Field Technologies Online / Posted 3 days ago
in productivity while removing the complexity of supporting a mobile workforce. Now having an IT and wireless networking professional, Takahiro Narita, on the team allows us to begin meeting the needs of Japanese customers. With his joining, we... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
State of emergency declared in Turkey as purge goes oncrackdown against alleged Gulenists has shown no signs of relenting and continu
State of emergency declared in Turkey as purge goes on
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
crackdown against alleged Gulenists has shown no signs of relenting and continued today as Turkey issued a ban on professional travel for all academics, opened investigations into military courts and closed schools. Related ContentFight... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Revolutionising Tax for Nigeria's Developmentand budget monitoring processes to ensure that the people gets value for every
Revolutionising Tax for Nigeria's Development
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
and budget monitoring processes to ensure that the people gets value for every kobo. But the Publisher and Chairman of The Guardian, Lady Maiden Ibru, at the just concluded maiden edition of Economic Forum Series on Tax in Lagos, titled: "Unlocking... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Outmanned, Outgunned & Outnumbered – Why we must join forces to stand a fighting chance of winning the cyber waras they should be. Eluding to the fact that today's NCA assessment is one of m
Outmanned, Outgunned & Outnumbered – Why we must join forces to stand a fighting chance of winning the cyber war
Computer Business Review / Posted 18 days ago
as they should be. Eluding to the fact that today's NCA assessment is one of many, Wieland Alge, VP & GM EMEA at Barracuda Networks, said: "We see multiple cyber crime assessments of this kind carried out across Europe - all of which show the same... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
At 33, the Guardian Retools for Better OfferingThe coincidence in the dateline is instructive. On Monday, July 4, 1983, The Gu
At 33, the Guardian Retools for Better Offering
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
The coincidence in the dateline is instructive. On Monday, July 4, 1983, The Guardian hit the newsstand as a daily newspaper, therefore, clocking 33 years old today, which is also a Monday. Five months earlier, February 27, 1983 precisely, the print... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Brexit billables: Good for lawyers, bad for headhunters - Law NewsBrexit fallout is making winners and losers among Chicago's professional servic
Brexit billables: Good for lawyers, bad for headhunters - Law News
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 28 days ago
Brexit fallout is making winners and losers among Chicago's professional service firms, with lawyers chasing new work and recruiter Heidrick & Struggles International trading at its lowest price in a year. The executive search firm, which brought in... Read more

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