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Nannies are having a bad week Staten Island Nanny Arrested For Throwing And Beating 2 Small Children On Camera Via NYPost : A vicious Staten Island nanny that was caught on camera beating and tossing around two babies pleaded guilty yesterday to
Reaching 1 million clips reflects the tremendous enthusiasm for video content right now," said VP of Content Scott Braut. "Powerful video technology has become more accessible, giving artists the ability to create and consume more content on every
Shutterstock Judge shows sympathy to 'difficult life circumstances'; in similar case, a 28-year-old draft dodger from France released Yoav Zitun The Jaffa Military Court has recently released a 21-year-old who defected from IDF service for two years.
Two Chinese Women Arrested For Poisoning Kids According to Raw Story Chinese police have arrested the head of a kindergarten and her associate over the deaths of two children from a rival school who ate yoghurt injected with rat poison, state media
Innovating on behalf of contributors is a priority for the company, and Keyword Suggestions reduces the time contributors need to spend creating keywords. VP of Content, Scott Braut remarks, "We're constantly looking at ways to improve the
Shutterstock A brilliant business idea means nothing if you can't get it off the ground. For aspiring entrepreneurs looking for ample funding and a fertile environment to strike out on their own, a new report from personal finance website NerdWallet
Shutterstock Last week we learned that Skorpios, the famous private Greek island that once belonged to shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, had sold to an anonymous Russian billionaire for $153 million. It's now been confirmed that the buyer was
All businesses need images," said Shutterstock's founder and CEO Jon Oringer , "and these milestones represent the power of Shutterstock's two-sided marketplace and the ability of our 40,000 talented contributors to help the world tell stories."
According to a police department spokesman, the burglar broke into the couple's residence Saturday night, and was still inside the house when they returned. "He was standing there with the refrigerator door open and feeding their dog some pudding,"
The Post is reporting that an unidentified man came to a Varick Street Federal office to apply for a passport just before 5:00 PM on Friday. Soon after arriving however, the man became disturbed (we assume a healthy mix of the irksome process, the