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It's Mud Season Again

it's mud season again
It's mud season here in New England -- that time of year when everything merges into an amorphous mess. The gray sky merges with a gray landscape made into slop by continual rains and dirty gray..
CRM Buyer

Google's Fact Check Labeling System Goes Global

google's fact check labeling system goes global
Google has extended the Fact Check feature it introduced last fall. Publishers now can display a Fact Check tag in news stories everywhere that Google News is available. The company also has introduced..

Microsoft's Timely Response to Shadow Brokers Threat Raises Questions

microsoft's timely response to shadow brokers threat raises questions
Just as the Shadow Brokers hacker group started crowing about a dump of never-seen-before flaws in Windows, Microsoft announced it already had fixed most of the exploits. "Today, Microsoft triaged a..

Tiny Core: Small Footprint, Big Potential

tiny core: small footprint, big potential
Tiny Core Linux 8.0, released last week, is a minimalist Linux OS built from scratch with a focus on being as small as possible. That means you should be able to run this Linux distro on a wide range..

Players reject Cricket Australia offer as pay dispute deepens

Cricket's ugly pay battle lines entrenched as players officially turn down governing body's offer.
The Age

How Horrie the war dog and Jim Moody, his rescuer, got no compassion

Riders in the uniforms of Light Horsemen trotted the streets on fine mounts, a donkey with a Red Cross bandage around its head plodded along, pigeons came in a cage, and dogs joined the parade.
The Age

Producer prices rose 0.5% in March qtr

Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that producer prices were up 0.5 per cent in the March quarter, compared to the previous three months.

At UN, Tillerson makes case for tougher stance on N. Korea

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will chair a UN Security Council meeting on Friday to push for a tougher response to North Korea and pile pressure on China to rein in its Pyongyang ally.

Watchdog pursues milk processor

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is taking legal action against the nation's largest milk producer Murray Goulburn alleging it misled farmers.

British businesses look at themselves and like what they see

british businesses look at themselves and like what they see
Confidence from Britain’s businesses surged to its highest level since 2014, a new survey shows. A balance of 47 per cent of UK firms said they were in a confident mood, according to the poll of..
City A.M.

Chinese Sports Organizations Bring Chinese Running Culture to 2017 London Marathon

LONDON, April 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Last week, many large-scale Chinese sports organizations gathered at the London Marathon Expo 2017 to showcase China's running culture to the world at booth 300...
PR Newswire Asia

Gungahlin Eagles captain Connor O'Byrne asked to be dragged off field after breaking thigh bone

Connor O'Byrne says it was the worst pain he'd ever felt, but he put the team before himself when he broke his thigh last week.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The war on fake news will be lost whilst the phrase is meaningless

One person's fake news is another's explosive revelation, so how can Google, Facebook and others cut to the truth of the matter?
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

On Steroids: Here’s 3 juiced-up ASX dividend shares

Thanks to recent selloffs, Vocus Group Ltd (ASX:VOC) shares, Platinum Asset Management Limited (ASX:PTM) shares and Sydney Airport Holdings Ltd (ASX:SYD) shares are offering juiced up dividend yields.
Motley Fool

letters 2 not for online

For the 20 years of my involvement running a fifth-generation manufacturing business, the constant business risk has been a dire shortage of skills and young people prepared to take on careers and..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Olympic chief John Coates will be kicked off international committee if defeated

John Coates will lose any role in the international Olympics movement if he is defeated in next week's ballot for the Australian Olympic Committee presidency, the movement's peak body has confirmed.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NCS Multistage Holdings, Inc. Prices Initial Public Offering

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NCS Multistage Holdings, Inc. (“NCS” or the “Company”) announced today the pricing of its initial public offering of 9,500,000 shares of its common stock at a public..
Business Wire

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