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Present, an established firm of IT innovation experts was delighted to provide its customers and partners in with an opportunity to hear from Jim Carroll , a recognized Canadian thought leader and authority on important business and IT trends.
I'm a 57-year-old guy where living on the edge is having a second beer...Last night I found myself crying at times over an exquisitely beautiful song, screaming and waving a flag so hard I broke two of them (a group from Austria was nice enough to
When the dust settles on the opening day races today, will you remember the Arlington Heights-based track as Arlington International Racecourse or Arlington Park? The track has switched between the names at least twice over the years and quietly went
Workers at the Marine Building at the University of Plymouth are replacing a number of windows which were fitted the wrong way around A flagship 19million university building is being urgently refitted after it was discovered workers installed some
More than 100 kids are registered with the club and have been receiving training sessions in the level 1 to 4 categories. The arrival of the equipment will allow the club to move to level 5 which is required to compete in the olympics. The club's
From Hawaii to Paris and New York to Los Angeles, these jet-setters have travelled first class all the way, dined at only the best restaurants and stayed at the world's most luxurious hotels along the way. From designer duds and decadent digs, to
2 March 2013 A fired employee is suing an exclusive British-run private school in Manhattan, claiming she was treated differently because she is American. Sarah Bottoms, 49, who worked at the World Class Learning Academy in the East Village until
Ryan Logue, Lesley Jean and James Huddleston win at Golden Gloves The battle between Logue (World Class BC) and David Lis was worth the price of admission. Both traded punches at center ring, but Logue and his lively cheerleaders prevailed in a 4-1
According to the New York Times 65% of new business comes from referrals...Additionally, Nielsen [an information gathering service] reports that customers are four times more likely to buy when referred by a friend or a trusted colleague.