Lansing State Journal
Jeep looks for big hit with small Renegade
As the first of its kind, the Jeep Renegade, a smaller, tough Italian cousin to the Wrangler, already has been called the "cute brute" and "baby Jeep" of the Chrysler divison's lineup.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Voice of America
Cars of the Near Future on Display in Geneva
Car shows around the world increasingly suggest that in the not-too-distant future, cars will feature autopilots handling some of the driving.
More hands on deck for Lagarde list probes
The Financial Crimes Squad has started making some headway with its investigation into a list of Greeks with deposits at a bank in Switzerland after the number of staff assigned to the case was increased from four to 16. According to a high-ranking official at SDOE who wished to remain unnamed, significant progress has been made in the long-delayed ... (more)
Knut G. Rupprecht becomes the Director of SSTH
Following the acquisition of the Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality in Passugg by the Ecole hA teliA re de Lausanne and hotelleriesuisse, the Board of Directors appointed Knut G. Rupprecht as Director from 1st March 2014.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
An almost forgotten delight of European travel is travelling by train. Almost forgotten, because in this era of jet travel, most North Americans never get the chance to experience the slower-paced delights of journeying by rail,as we usually prefer to seek speed over experience.
Rolex SA in Luxury Goods (Switzerland) - new company profile report published
Currently, the companys principal strategy focuses on the expansion of its retail distribution network in Switzerland, which remained relatively constant over the review period.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Americans in Switzerland Don't Stay Long But Spend A Lot
Insights into specific traveler behavior give destinations the opportunity to target the demographic with the goal of lengthening their stay, expanding their choice of attraction, or highlighting activities for a larger set of visitors.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Tesla Gets Serious About Its European Expansion
Model S sales occur domestically, the company is getting serious about expanding into Europe.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Peugeot 308 small family hatchback crowned European Car of the Year 2014
'There's nothing fashionable about working at McDonald's': Fast food employees accuse Moschino of 'mocking' minimum wage earners with new capsule collection Countdown to war: Putin overseas battle preparations as Moscow denies claims Russian Naval commander issued a 3am deadline for warship crews in the Crimea to surrender or face attacks Psst, ... (more)
Silicon Alley Insider
Russia is tightening its grip on Crimea as Ukrainian leaders are calling for intervention from the West.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Switzerland blocks Yanukovych assets
Swiss authorities said on Friday they have ordered a freeze on the assets of ousted Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych and his multi-millionaire son, and launched a criminal probe into alleged money-laundering by the pair.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Switzerland: Face to face with human pain
The walls in the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva have a familiar feel.
Location Group Research: New Prime Rents in Excess of CHF 15,000 for...
Location Group Research: New Prime Rents in Excess of CHF 15,000 for Watch Stores on Zurich's Bahnhofstrasse The sixth Retail Market Study carried out by the Location Group covers more than 1,500 pages and reviews a total of 150 international cities and jet set resorts in the fashion world.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Stethoscopes Do As Much Dirty Work As Hands In Spreading Germs
A trip to the doctor's office may help you feel better, but it can also send you right back to bed if you're unlucky enough to pick up someone else's germs during your visit.
En route for Emmental
WHEN IN EMMENTAL: Several of the old farmhouses now cater for travellers, in one you can bed down on "fragrant" straw.
View from Freie Strasse
Before leaving to another town/city I've decided to show you the Basel City Hall with the beautiful tower.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Febrile illnesses in children most often due to viral infections
Most children ill with fever in Tanzania suffer from a viral infection, a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows.
U.S. senators scold prosecutors, Swiss bank in tax spat
U.S. senators lashed out at federal prosecutors on Wednesday for a lack of zeal in going after Swiss banks that helped Americans dodge taxes, blaming them for billions of dollars in missed revenues.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Read This Article
It sounds like a fairy tale. A beautiful young girl sings a song, a handsome listener falls in love with her, and in a blink of an eye she becomes a star.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
The Daytime Emmy-winning travel series Travelscope- now re-titled JOSEPH ROSENDO'S TRAVELSCOPE- scales new heights of adventure, natural splendor and cultural richness this season.