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Two Americans Still Awaiting Release from Iranian Imprisonment

Two Americans Still Awaiting Release from Iranian Imprisonment
The two American hikers currently imprisoned in Iran will not be freed as quickly as originally anticipated according to their lawyer, Masoud Shafiee.

The Business of Good Taste

The Business of Good Taste
Ice cream on a summer’s day is a simple pleasure, but its creation is more complex than you’d think. What goes into a batch of cookie dough soft serve, a bowl of strawberry shortcake frozen yogurt, or even a basic scoop of vanilla?

Making Moves

Making Moves
While leading Connecticut’s Century 21 regional office, Brad Farris opened a school to teach aspiring realtors how to succeed in a shaky market.

Prime Properties in Potomac

Prime Properties in Potomac
Potomac, Md. is home to some of Washington D.C.’s most celebrated business executives and social entrepreneurs. But a changing economy has presented challenges to securing a home in this ideal location.

Woman Called 911 Many Times Before Being Murdered

 Woman Called 911 Many Times Before Being Murdered
Sarah Rucker of Deltona, Fla. was found stabbed to death in a restaurant parking lot Monday after alerting police authorities that her husband, Dwayne White, was trying to kill her.

Illinois Man Finds $150,000 in Backyard

Illinois Man Finds $150,000 in Backyard
Wayne Sabaj found $150,000, in two bags, in his backyard garden. The money was made up of $20 bills. Sabaj, a former carpenter, is currently unemployed, and moved to live with his father in McHenry County, Ill.

U.S. Pledges to Send Aid to North Korean Flood Victims

U.S. Pledges to Send Aid to North Korean Flood Victims
In the wake of devastating floods, the United States pledged to send $900,000 of emergency aid to North Korea in addition to the $300,000

Germans Missing in Afghanistan

Germans Missing in Afghanistan
Two German men have been missing in Afghanistan since last Friday, prompting German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle to assert the possibility

Contaminated Liquor kills 45 in Ecuador

Contaminated Liquor kills 45 in Ecuador
Since mid- July, Ecuadorian authorities have confirmed 161 cases of methanol poisoning after the sale of contaminated bootleg liquor left 45 dead

Earthquake Hits East Coast

Earthquake Hits East Coast
A rare earthquake hits the eastern coast of the United States on August 23rd 2011. The tremor lasted about 45 seconds and measured in

Supply on Demand

Supply on Demand
A supply chain is no stronger than its weakest link. Businesses at every phase of the supply/demand relationship need to embrace best practices

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