New drug to treat cervical cancer is first in a decade

A PIONEERING drug that starves tumours of blood has been licensed to treat advanced cervical cancer. read […]

Gen X steps up to security

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, they save and manage their money better than their boomer […]

Live coverage of the Portugal 2015 draw

The draw for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Portugal 2015 takes place in the host resort […]

FOMC watching for fun and profit

The yield curve could actually flatten, with longer term bonds benefiting from the tightening with price increases. […]

Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View Opens

Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View is owned by CVR Hotel LLC, and managed […]

Ritz-Carlton Jeddah Opening This Summer in Saudi Arabia

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, will open its second hotel in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Jeddah […]

Marriott Launches Apple Watch App

Starting this April 24, members of the Marriott Rewards program who have purchased the Apple Watch will […]

Grand Bohemian Hotel Charleston to Open This Summer

The Kessler Collection, a portfolio of 10 artistically-inspired boutique hotels and restaurants, announces it’s debut in South […]

Schirinzi: Switzerland are beach soccer pioneers spoke to Switzerland beach soccer coach Angelo Schirinzi about his role in developing the game around […]

Canadian Mobile Hotel Bookings Increased Upwards of 80 Percent in 2014

The majority of Canadians booking on mobile devices, more than four-fifths, made reservations at two- or three-star […]

Ferdinand Piech resigns as chairman of Volkswagen

Ferdinand Piech has resigned as chairman of Volkswagen after going public in a row with his chief […]

40 days to go

A total of 40 goals were scored during the OFC qualifiers for the FIFA Women’s World Cup […]

The Anfield Rap

Every Monday, delivers you a football-related photo you won’t be able to resist paying a second […]

FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour joins the celebrations in Moncton

This weekend marked a big milestone for the city of Moncton, one of the six host cities […]

Naret returns to One&Only to lead Reethi Rah

Kerzner International has announced the appointment of established industry leader Jean-Luc Naret as general manager, One&Only Reethi […]

Shake-up plan for Deutsche Bank

Shares in Germany’s Deutsche Bank skidded nearly six percent after plans were announced on Monday to cut […]

Changes in Greek negotiating team

The line up has changed, the team reshuffled as Greece edges closer to bankruptcy. The changes in […]

Balkan Trafik celebrates its 9th anniversary in style

The unique world of Balkan Trafik! has once again brought the best of the Balkans to the […]

Six Senses Douro Valley, Portugal, set for July opening

True to its heritage of creating exceptional guest experiences in places of incredible beauty, Six Senses Hotels […]

Gritty Irish drama ‘Glassland’ out now

Irish filmmaker Gerard Barrett examines life in urban Ireland in his gritty drama ‘Glassland’. The 27-year old’s […]

Ambitious Málaga wants to become a new arts hub

It’s a little piece of Russia under the Málaga sun located in a former tobacco factory. The […]

Japan: credit rating downgraded

Fitch Ratings have downgraded Japan’s credit rating by one notch to A, which is five notches below […]

Profit boost for Bankia

Spain’s economic recovery is gathering steam. That’s the view of analysts after Bankia, the country’s fourth largest […]

How young translators are helping knit European culture together

Europe’s babel-like patchwork of languages has, on the face of it, made communication and understanding a constant […]

Richest women in tech

The typical “techie” is not necessarily male, as evidenced by the fortunes women have earned in the […]

Tour guides should cut to the chase and make it snappy

I’d like to start on a positive note, because things are going to get a lot grumpier […]

German footprints in the Caucasus

Between the first half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, over 200,000 Germans […]

Good riddance to a bad start to 2015

This week, the Fed meets and we’ll learn more about the year’s rough start. read more >>> […]

Podcast: Where to rent, where to buy

In this podcast, get advice on whether renting or homeownership is better for you. read more >>> […]

British scientists have developed broccoli pill to help in arthritis fight

BRITISH scientists have developed a pill that harnesses the power of broccoli to help end the agony […]

Seeing the same doctor can lead to deadly delays in cancer diagnosis, study finds

SEEING the same doctor can lead to deadly delays in cancer diagnosis, new research shows. read more […]

The ‘Equity Rich’ Are Feeling Stuck

In some markets, the rise of equity rich properties isn’t translating into more listings. What’s keeping these […]

Shrinking Shadow Inventory to Raise Prices

The share of distressed property sales is now dwindling to a single-digit percentage, which likely will translate […]

Consumers: Real Estate a ‘Good Investment’

For the second year in a row, Americans believe that real estate is the best long-term investment, […]

Builders’ Top 8 Housing Gripes

The cost/availability of labor is the most significant problem that home builders say they’re facing in the […]

Beware of New WordPress Vulnerability

For those who use WordPress for your blog or website, beware of a new vulnerability on the […]

A380 celebrates first decade in flight – but how long will the Superjumbo’s time in the sky last?

Ten years ago, the great white hope of European aviation took to the skies for the first […]

A380 celebrates first decade in flight – but how long will it last?

Ten years ago, the great white hope of European aviation took to the skies for the first […]

Nepal earthquake: Kingdom will be devastated by loss of foreign revenue

Once again, the vulnerability of humanity to the deadly power of the restless earth has been exposed. […]

Rosewood Puebla set to open in Mexico in 2016

The Rosewood Puebla is set to open in 2016 in the UNESCO World Heritage Site as Rosewood’s […]

First Holiday Inn Resort set to open in Fiji

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a management agreement with Fiji-based property development company Avoser to open the […]

Westin Hotels to open on Jekyll Island

Starwood Hotels & Resorts is planning the opening of The Westin Jekyll Island, a 200-room, convention-class, beachfront […]

Bradt/Independent on Sunday travel-writing competition 2015

First prize read more >>> Source : The Independent

‘The Lego Movie’ end credits took 2 months and thousands of Lego bricks to complete

“The result instantly felt far more charming,” he said. “You could appreciate the unique details of each […]

Old Courthouse, Warren County – Vicksburg, Mississippi: A Place Not to Be Missed

Traveling on a steamboat in the 21st century is not only unique but allows you to relive […]

Brokered CD may offer higher rates

Buying a CD through a brokerage may lead to higher CD rates. Be sure to understand the […]

NASDAQ HITS ALL TIME HIGH: Here’s what you need to know (SPX, IXIC, DJI, DPZ, SKX, DNKN, GM)

It was a huge day for stocks. The Nasdaq crossed its all-time closing record last reached in […]

Amazon beats, but stock plunges (AMZN)

Amazon just reported earnings for the first quarter of 2015, and it looks like a beat, but […]

One of the biggest ’80s cult horror movies is being made into a TV series

The original team behind classic horror film “The Evil Dead” have reunited for a revival on Starz. […]

Laci Green On The Problem With Reclaiming The Word ‘Bitch’

“Is it time for us to ditch the word ‘bitch’ or should we all just stop bitching […]

The Creative Classroom: Why America Depends on Schools That Think Differently

Education reform is one of the most troubled areas of U.S. domestic policy. As politicians on both […]

Hindsight is 20/20: The Leadership Edition

I have been privileged to coach some amazing professionals over the last few years, and I am […]

The largest for-profit college chain in the world is reportedly planning a $1 billion IPO

The largest for-profit college chain in the world may soon go public, according to Bloomberg reporters Leslie […]

You Can Still Ski On The East Coast In May At Tuckerman Ravine

While everyone else is celebrating the weather this time of year, serious skiers are doing the opposite. […]

FIFA statement on the resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)

FIFA has submitted a letter in response to the report on the reform of football governance prepared […]

Sunwing Vacations Adds a New Direct Flight From Kitchener-Waterloo to Cayo Santa Maria

One of Cuba’s most beguiling island destinations will be a little closer to residents of Kitchener and […]

Hoteles City Express Reports 10.2% Chain-wide Growth in RevPar and 21.3% Growth in Adjusted EBITDA for Q1 2015

Total revenues came to $376.4 million, an increase of 21.0% over the same period in 2014, mainly […]

5 Things Every Working Mom Needs to Hear

Moms, I know you are out there. Like me, I know you are trying to catch your […]

The $15 Minimum Wage Is Only the First Step

Across the United States, the campaign for raising the minimum wage to $15 is gaining momentum. From […]

From JOB to JOY: How to Find JOY at Work, No Matter What Your Job Is

The security guard welcomed me with a smile, offered the comfort of a seat and the convenience […]

Time to Upgrade Your Restaurant POS System? Here’s What You Need to Know.

According to research from Starfleet Media, almost one-quarter (23%) of restaurateurs who have not purchased a new […]

Comcast-Time Warner Merger Off: Report

Comcast has scrapped plans to merge with Time Warner Cable in a $45.2 billion deal that would […]

Ryan Murphy Reveals His New Horror Comedy ‘Scream Queens’

Getting into the right college can be murder. But on Fox’s horror-comedy “Scream Queens,” which has been […]

Scamming Medicare just got harder

Congress finally passed a law that removes Social Security numbers from Medicare cards. read more >>> Source […]

13 everyday phrases that actually came from Shakespeare

Scholars believe William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564. Whether you’re a fan or not, you […]

Leaf Rapids unveils haunting Americana with debut album

Keri Latimer embraces life’s quirks. The singer/songwriter of Leaf Rapids said she likes people who are “genuinely […]

TurboTax faces tax ID theft lawsuit

Tax-related identity theft is a growing problem, and two women contend in a lawsuit that Intuit, maker […]

Explore the Beautiful Ruins of Atalaya in South Carolina

By Geoff Montes Atalaya Castle is a unique example of Moorish architecture infused with American craftsmanship. In […]

Def Leppard isn’t foolin’ around when it comes to rock

Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott understands that the working life of a rock band no longer comes […]

Go Behind the Scenes in a Colorado Ghost Town

By Lauren Walser Looking south across the ghost town of Animas Forks, Colorado, in the San Juan […]

Four Napa Valley Wineries With Rich Histories

By Katherine Flynn Wine being barrel-aged at the Gundlach Bundschu winery. In the Spring 2015 issue of […]

A new study raises a troubling question about charter schools

A new paper from three Duke University researchers studied the North Carolina charter school movement and came […]

Chipotle Will Now Deliver Burritos To Your Front Door — For A Price

Do you love Chipotle’s huge, environmentally conscious burritos, but hate walking along the counter to order? Do […]

Tokyo Airport Running Track Gets Rat Race Ready For 2020 Olympics

On your mark … get set … catch your flight! Tokyo’s Narita International Airport, which will welcome […]

Here’s how rich you’d be if you started buying the Nasdaq at the top of the tech bubble

The Nasdaq Composite Index hit an all-time high Thursday morning, and we wanted to take a look […]

Report Finds Few Colleges Have A Shakespeare Requirement For English Majors

NEW YORK (AP) — As Shakespeare would say, “We have seen better days.” The American Council of […]

Report Finds Few Colleges Have A Shakespeare Requirement For English Majors

NEW YORK (AP) — As Shakespeare would say, “We have seen better days.” The American Council of […]

The tightest league in the world

Just six points separate third and 15th in the Algerian top flight. hears from a series […]

Pentagon Says Global Cyber Threat Is Growing

PALO ALTO, California, April 23 (Reuters) – The United States on Thursday disclosed a cyber intrusion this […]

Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus Breaks Ground

Noble Investment Group yesterday announced they have broken ground on the StateView Hotel, which is centrally located […]

Watch These Cops Rockin’ Out To Pop Songs Like Only Superstars Could

What’s a pair of cops to do when they hear a couple of pop hits? Jam out, […]

Ottawa’s J.W-Jones to join blues legend Buddy Guy on stage

Ottawa bluesman J.W-Jones is thrilled to be joining one of his musical heroes, Buddy Guy, when the […]

MAJOR MUSICIANS BLAST TIDAL: ‘This thing is going to fail miserably’

Jay Z’s $20-per-month artist-owned streaming music service, Tidal, launched last month with a star-studded presentation and the […]

In Transit: A New Take on Tasmania

A new bike tour from Gray & Co. includes rides in the Huon Valley and Freycinet National […]

AH&LA Names the Willard InterContinental’s Steve Blum Outstanding Manager of the Year

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) Stars of the Industry Awards honors outstanding accomplishments, service, and […]

Feds clear insurer for drone use

FAA clears the way for Erie Insurance to launch aerial drones for underwriting and claims adjusting purposes. […]

Students At UC Berkeley Take A Big Step Toward Improving Mental Health On Campus

University of California-Berkeley students voted this month to increase their own fees to improve mental health services, […]

Pizza Hut Made These Students’ Cheesy Dreams Come True

There ain’t no party like this pizza party. A group of eighth-graders at Clearview Middle School in […]

Why downing sugary drinks for just TWO weeks raises risk of heart disease

DOWNING sugary drinks for just two weeks significantly increases the risk of deadly heart disease, scientists say. […]

23 children’s books you need to read again as an adult

Thursday is World Book Day, so what better way to celebrate than to check out some of […]

Drexel University Sends 500 Acceptance Letters That It Shouldn’t Have

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Hundreds of students who received acceptance letters from Drexel University in Philadelphia are now […]

If you missed the rally, you’re just another one of the markets many terrible investors (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)

It’s been a brutal few months for stock market investors. As you can see in the chart […]

Friendship, musicianship keep Nautical Miles together

Ten years is as good a time as any to take stock. So that’s what Corbin Murdoch […]

Does Google Like Money? How a Hungrier Google Could Increase Growth & Profits

Perspective by Applico Founder and CEO Alex Moazed Google’s future is still tied to the desktop in […]

Review: Def Leppard brings the power ballads to the Dome

It used to be easy. Thirty years ago, hell, even 20 years ago, it used to be […]

The Most Dangerous Person in Your Office

After years in the working world, one begins to notice patterns. Personality types. A rotating cast of […]

Transport for London czar attacks capital’s ‘s***’ commuter trains with ‘Gestapo’ staff

The man running Transport for London on the move has savaged the train operators who run the […]

‘People hate the suburban rail service': Transport for London czar attacks capital’s train operators

The man running Transport for London on the move has savaged the train operators who run the […]

A fan asked Christopher Nolan about the end of ‘Inception’ and he explained why he’d never tell

Christopher Nolan has garnered a reputation for ending his films with mind-bending twists. The one that still […]

Salesforce for HR puts the focus on mobile and social capabilities

If there are any overriding trends at work in the enterprise-software market today, consumerization and mobile would […]

T Magazine: Susie Cave’s Seaside Short List for Shopping, Antiquing and Feasting Around Brighton

The former model and wife of Nick Cave, who introduces her first sample collection of clothes this […]

T Magazine: Susie Cave’s Seaside Short List for Shopping, Antiquing and Feasting Around Brighton

The former model and wife of Nick Cave, who introduces her first sample collection of clothes this […]

Acer’s new Liquid Leap wearable bands measure stress

Do you want to measure your stress levels? Acer has announced two wearable bands that will measure […]

In Transit: Contemporary Art in Kyoto

The exhibition “Parasophia” in Kyoto, Japan, includes works by the American artists Brandt Junceau and Lisa Anne […]

There’s a compelling reason colleges need to investigate rapes

Author Jon Krakauer’s newest book came out this week, diving into the culture of sexual assault in […]

Jay Z and Beyoncé might be releasing a secret album on Tidal to get more people to use the service

In an attempt to breathe life into Jay Z’s recently launched streaming service, the rapper might release […]

Acer’s new laptops, hybrids set tone for Windows 10-Chromebook battle

A heavyweight battle between Windows 10 laptops and Chromebooks is expected to break out later this year, […]

Tinnitus mapped inside human brain

For the first time, brain signals relating to the constant ringing noise of tinnitus have been mapped […]

Grey power lifters: Oldies out pace the young as most frequent gym users

GYMS might be the kind of places associated with fit, young people in their 20s, but a […]

WHO: Political Will, Money Can Defeat Malaria

The World Health Organization (WHO) reports dramatic progress has been made in the fight against malaria, but […]

OpenOffice development is looking grim as developers flock to LibreOffice

OpenOffice used to be the best free alternative to Microsoft’s Office, but now it seems to be […]

Windows 10 build 10061 hands-on: Exploring the new Technical Preview’s fresh apps and features

Even though its big annual Build conference doesn’t kick off until next week, Microsoft dropped Windows 10 […]

Rupee plunges to over 3-month low of 63.32 vs US dollar

It opened lower at 62.95 as against the last closing level of 62.82 at the Interbank Foreign […]

Newborn was youngest UK organ donor

A newborn baby, who lived for less than two hours, became the UK’s youngest ever organ donor […]

Rupee ends day at 63.32 versus US dollar

The rupee ended the day against the greenback at 63.32 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange. read more […]

Let the Copa commence!

On 19 April 1960 the cherished South American cup competition we now know as the Copa Libertadores […]

Zenit stall in title bid

There was no movement in the race for the Russian Premier League title on Sunday after the […]

15 surreal pictures of Chinese ‘nail houses’ whose owners refused to cave to developers

Some homes are built out of spite. Others are left standing as a form of protest. In […]

Kelly Clarkson & Josh Groban’s ‘Phantom Of The Opera’ Duet Is Musical Magic

Josh Groban and Kelly Clarkson have some of the strongest voices in the music industry, so you […]

Corporate default rates are at their lowest levels in modern history

Ever since the financial crisis, companies have been either cutting back on debt or refinancing their debt […]

MTV Cancels ‘Eye Candy’

MTV’s crime thriller “Eye Candy” has been canceled after one season, star Victoria Justice announced to fans […]

Here’s what the first ‘Star Wars’ spinoff movie will be about

We finally know what the first “Star Wars” spinoff film, “Rogue One,” will be about. On the […]

Opera review: Rising star Simone Osborne a tour-de-force in Lucia di Lammermoor

Edmonton Opera’s production of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor puts paid to any fears that the budget consciousness […]

If You Watched Leaked ‘Game Of Thrones’ Episodes, HBO Might Be Coming After You

Notices are coming. According to reports, HBO is tracking down the people who watched those leaked “Game […]

Nonprofit Boards Prepare — The Millennial Workforce Is Coming!

In January, I presented a well-viewed post on the potential impact on the nonprofit board if a […]

‘Anne Of Green Gables’ Star Jonathan Crombie Dead At 48

Jonathan Crombie, best-known for his role as Gilbert Blythe in the “Anne of Green Gables” television mini-series, […]

How our diets have changed in the last 22 years

The world’s diet consists of vastly more meat, dairy, and sugar than it did two decades ago. […]

48 days to go

48,817 fans watched Japan beat USA on penalties at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011 Final […]

The 25 business schools that offer the most financial aid

Read the piece here » Join the conversation about this story » read more >>> Source : […]

12 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘Game Of Thrones,’ According To The Cast

With “Game of Thrones” deviating so much from the books this season, it’s easy for all fans […]

Wolfsburg stumble, Hamburg lose fifth straight

Second-placed Wolfsburg had Kevin de Bruyne to thank as his late equaliser sealed a 1-1 home draw […]

Here’s the concept art that inspired the robot from the year’s best sci-fi movie

Artificial Intelligence has become a popular topic in movies recently, ranging as far in themes from gun-toting […]

Mark Hamill found out the name of the new ‘Star Wars’ movie online

When we learned the name of the next “Star Wars” movie back in November, star Mark Hamill […]

‘Unfriended’ may sound dumb, but it’s actually brilliant

It would be easy to write off “Unfriended” as a modernized rip-off of a number of earlier […]

City return to winning ways, Spurs beat Newcastle

Manchester City strengthened their grip on fourth place in the Premier League with a 2-0 win at […]

CREDIT SUISSE CEO: Here’s ‘what makes your career move’ on Wall Street

Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan has had a dynamic career on Wall Street, and in a recent […]

How Can We Learn from Success Without Some Way of Telling Who’s Successful?

For a bit more than a decade American educators have had an unprecedented opportunity to find successful […]

5 Communications Lessons Learned Working at an Anti-Poverty Nonprofit

By: Caroline Avakian The United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are the world’s targets for addressing extreme […]

Stunt coordinator for Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ describes how he made that mind-blowing single shot fight scene

This weekend, Netflix launched its highly anticipated original series of Marvel’s “Daredevil.” It’s an amazing show. Gritty, […]

We unboxed Apple’s brand new sleek gold MacBook — and it left us a little confused

Click for the story > Join the conversation about this story » read more >>> Source : […]

Facebook’s WhatsApp Hits 800 Million Users — 1 Billion By Year-End?

WhatsApp now has 800 million monthly active users, continuing a pace of growth that may put the […]

Post-Apocalypse Hacker Film Jackrabbit — All Style and No Substance

The thing is — when you go to a film festival world premier, you know that you […]

A GI Bill for Millennials

President Obama’s proposal to provide free tuition for community college students has provoked a healthy discussion about […]

In Canada’s Inuit Territory of Nunavut: Nanook of the North on the Looney Front – Part 1

As the last blogs were on Greenland in the depths of winter, here is a series on […]

Trippy back in time with Spoon River

The influences are only there to inform, as this band makes each track stand on its own […]

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