Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2012’

California Judge Rejects Fox’s Request to Disable Dish Network’s AutoHop

Score one for ad-skippers. A Los Angeles judge rejected Fox Broadcasting Company’s attempt to block a Dish Network feature that …

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DC Comics Sends the Full Justice League to E-bookstores

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s a… Kindle? To the chagrin of tech-savvy comic book fans—and the dismay …

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NetJets Opens Exclusive FBO at Atlanta’s Dekalb-Peachtree Airport

NetJets Inc., the private aviation company owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc., announced on Wednesday it has opened its …

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Why College Is A Scam

Being a business savvy investor, one thing that I frequently do is revisit past investments to see if I made …

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4 Reasons Ambition Is More Important Than Talent

Many times, when people see someone do something great, they automatically assume that the person had some immense talent that …

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Northeast Prepares For Nor’easter

As if Superstorm Sandy were merely round one of a weather phenomenon which most certainly will go down in the …

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Pacemaker Powered by Heartbeat

Pacemakers save lives, no doubt about it. But they can also be irksome little devices. Powered by batteries, it’s not …

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Suzuki to End U.S. Sales

Suzuki just never quite took off in the U.S. Granted, the Samurai gained popularity when Suzuki first launched in the …

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