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Isha Edwards – The rate of human interaction alone ensures that big data analytics will surpass standard social media and website analytical tools that measure traffic, leads, and sales.

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Picking the right theme for the party will make the party planning go a lot easier. Details will fall into place like decorations, food and activities.

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SAN FRANCISCO – The prestigious TED gathering known for perspective-shifting presentations by the brilliant and famous is tailoring “ideas worth spreading” for a television audience.

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WASHINGTON  - President Barack Obama on Saturday called on the US Congress to end the “reckless” and “dumb” budget cuts known as the sequester, and to adopt a plan of “smarter” cuts to fuel economic growth. Obama’s weekly address comes after Congress on Friday overwhelming approved a bill putting furloughed air traffic controllers back on […]

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The two brothers suspected of the Boston bombings, Chechens who grew up in America, fit the profile of a new generation of jihadists who are radicalized online and strike in their home countries.

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Heather Martin – Great companies get better results from their people because their workforce is more engaged relative to companies that don’t focus on their greatest asset

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Joan Bien – Mahony has gone to great lengths to justify his behavior. One of his defenses is that he didn’t fully understand the nature of the molestation for many years.

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Craig Stephens – At a time when many in the U.S. talking about cutting government services, this could be deemed an oversight. Many claim it’s time to examine the corporate tax loopholes in this thriving business which places a greater burden on the middle clas

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Joan Bien – Last week, a Ventura County jury decided a fatal case of driving under the influence that occurred in 2011. The verdict was guilty

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“In order to understand Martin Luther King you must start with the fact that he was a minister. That is the key to who Martin Luther King Jr. was,” said William Gray-a family friend. Citizen King aired at the Ebony Repertory Theater on Saturday, January 19th at 7:00 p.m. and was hosted by founder and producer Wren T. Brown.

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