Archive for February 17th, 2012

A Word From Our Sponsor On What You Receive With Restaurant Insurance

February 17, 2012
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For many restaurant or bar owners, running your business can be like a juggling act that you try to keep simple, and your restaurant insurance should be simple too. You probably don’t want to have multiple insurance policies for different things and then try to keep track of what’s covered in your business and...
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Can the stock market pick the next president? (AP)

February 17, 2012
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AP – The number has been repeated so often by presidential prognosticators that it’s an article of faith: No president has been re-elected since World War II with an unemployment rate higher than 7.2 percent.
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S&P 500 flat at 9-month high before Greek decision (Reuters)

February 17, 2012
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S&P 500 flat at 9-month high before Greek decision 
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Reuters – U.S. stocks hovered near recent highs on Friday, with investors wary of making big bets heading into a holiday weekend when hopes are set for Greece’s bailout plan to be approved.
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A Word From Our Sponsor On The Importance Of Insurance

February 17, 2012
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A Word From Our Sponsor On The Importance Of Insurance

It is very important for plumbers to purchase insurance for their company whether they own a small or large company. Policies written through plumbers insurance NJ agents can help to cover the services rendered and the goods that are installed through your business. It can also help to protect your tools and assets of...
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iPad sales dented more by iPhone 4S than Kindle Fire, says research firm (Digital Trends)

February 17, 2012
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Digital Trends – Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet may have made a strong debut but it appears sales of the iPad are being dented by another device – the iPhone 4S.
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Apple’s iPhone loses China market share (Reuters)

February 17, 2012
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Reuters – Apple Inc’s share of China’s booming smartphone market slipped for a second straight quarter in October-December, as it lost ground to cheaper local brands and as some shoppers held off until after the iPhone 4S launch last month.
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Nasdaq looks to Congress to win market reforms (Reuters)

February 17, 2012
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Reuters – Exchange operator Nasdaq OMX is trying to gain support for a legislative proposal that would give it a competitive edge over both rival exchanges and banks that operate anonymous trading venues known as “dark pools.”
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Asian stocks mostly higher on US recovery optimism (AP)

February 17, 2012
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Asian stocks mostly higher on US recovery optimism 
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AP – Asian stocks were mostly higher Friday after encouraging U.S. housing and employment reports sent Wall Street to its highest level this year and added to growing optimism of a recovery in the world’s No. 1 economy.
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Kit Yourself out in a Bowling Shirt

February 17, 2012
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Bowling Shirts are men’s shirts that (in terms of its construction) resembles an ‘Aloha Shirt’ (commonly referred to as a Hawaiian Shirt that are most typically printed, have short sleeves and collars). However, bowling shirts differ from Aloha Shirts considerably in appearance as they are usually more conservatively designed and do not incorporate the...
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How is gleitschirm, or paragliding, a unique experience?

February 17, 2012
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What is gleitschirm? Gleitschirm, on its English name – paragliding, is an adventure sport aimed at getting the best out of the flying experience. It consists of literally flying above preferably amazing landscape and enjoying the ride alone, together with someone dear, or in the company of a paragliding instructor.
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