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  1. Stanford women ousted by Notre DameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    Stanford had no answer for Notre Dame's Lindsay Allen in the first half or Jewell Loyd in the second half, and as a result, the Cardinal is out of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Allen, a sophomore point guard, scored a career-high 28 points -- 24 of those in the first half -- and Loyd added 21 points as the top-seeded Fighting Irish rolled to an 81-60 win over Stanford in an Oklahoma City regional semifinal Friday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.


  2. Squeezing Alberta's youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Alberta Premier Jim Prentice primed the electorate for spending reductions in his 2015 budget by emphasizing that Alberta spends $1,300 more per person than the national average. What he didn't tell us is how this average breaks down by age.


  3. Heart of Broomfield Gene Frank Award: Beau Smith promotes giving on the field and the car lotRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Broomfield Enterprise

    Whether he's on the baseball field, on the sidelines of the basketball court or behind his desk at Sill-TerHar Motors, Beau Smith is giving back. Smith, vice president of Sill-TerHar Motors, is the Heart of Broomfield Gene Frank Award winner for his work to donate money to important community causes through the car dealership.


  4. Sethi Financial Group Appoints Marc Sharma to Chief of StaffRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WireService

    Dallas, TX / Sethi Financial Group welcomes Marc Sharma as its new Chief of Staff. Sharma will act as the point of contact between executive management and staff where his duties include overseeing, managing, and leading all operational and administrative functions.


  5. U.S. Shale Trends Indicated By Production Prowess Of Pioneer And RSP PermianRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    The increases in oil recoveries per well offer insight into why U.S. production continues to grow in spite of reduced rigs counts and capital spending by producing firms. Observers of U.S. production have noted that crude oil production continues to stay high in the face of low oil prices, dropping rig counts and reduced capital spending.


  6. Drone on Drones: Bones, Foam and Lighting ZonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | jdsupra.com

    As commercial use of drones becomes mainstreamed throughout the world, new uses for the technology seem to appear every day. Some of these are merely theoretical for the moment; others are already being tested or even applied.


  7. Plan Administrator's "Second Plan Interpretation" Violates Anti-Cutback RuleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | JD Supra

    The Third Circuit held that a plan administrator's plan interpretation requiring an actuarial reduction of certain employees' pension benefits conflicted with the plan's terms. As such, its decision to reduce participants' benefits violated ERISA section 502 , and also violated ERISA's prohibition against cutbacks of accrued benefits.


  8. Business organizations urge sale of Port Angeles port land to Platypus MarineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Peninsula Daily News

    Sell that harborfront tract to Platypus Marine, two business organizations have urged Port of Port Angeles commissioners. The Port Angeles Business Association, or PABA, voted Tuesday morning to endorse Platypus' purchasing 4 acres of land to double the boatbuilder's workforce and economic impact.


  9. Colorado hiring accelerates in February a " but is it real?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    Colorado job counts rose by a robust 12,200 in February from January, but the unemployment rate stayed steady at 4.2 percent as more people joined the labor force, according to preliminary estimates Friday from the state Department of Labor and Employment. The seasonally adjusted gain of 12,200 included 8,200 private-sector and 4,000 public-sector jobs.


  10. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    Friday | Business Wire

    CHEMICAL MINING SHAREHOLDER ALERT BY FORMER LOUISIANA ATTORNEY GENERAL: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Reminds Investors with Losses in Excess of $100,000 of Lead Plaintiff Deadline in Class Action Lawsuit Against Chemical Mining Co.


  11. Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KIMA

    The U.S. should immediately begin a push to exploit its enormous trove of oil in the Arctic waters off of Alaska, or risk a renewed reliance on imported oil in the future, an Energy Department advisory council says in a study submitted Friday. The U.S. has drastically cut imports and transformed itself into the world's biggest producer of oil and natural gas by tapping huge reserves in shale rock formations.


  12. Conservative efforts draw applause at Criminal Justice Reform Summit | Kevin Glass | 47Read the original story

    Friday | Townhall

    That's the message that came out of the Bipartisan Summit on Criminal Justice Reform on Thursday, sponsored by a group of diverse organizations: former Obama administration official Van Jones' #cut50, Koch Industries, the American Civil Liberties Union and Newt Gingrich's Gingrich Productions. And it wasn't just a gathering of activist organizations.


  13. 2430 Denmark, Garland, TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Feld Thoughts

    As Sean Wise and I roll through the Canadian edition of our tour for our latest book, Startup Opportunities: Know When to Quit Your Day Job , we've been talking a lot about the starting point of one's entrepreneurial journey. I've talked about mine intermittently but was reminded recently about a summer that really started me down the entrepreneurial path.


  14. The financial lessons of 'Game of Thrones'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The London Free Press

    If you ever find yourself at a fan convention for the popular HBO series Game of Thrones, look at the person next to you. With nearly 20 million total viewers for the series, whose fifth season debuts on April 12, and 25 million copies in print of the George R.R. Martin books, the Game of Thrones franchise does not just appeal to comic-book geeks.


  15. What have oil prices got to do with teapots?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Arab Times

    Although all indicators show the oil price will continue its downward trend, we don't see any glimmer of hope from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to reduce their production quota for fear of losing their market share in future. This is because, the oil production has become more of a heartache and the oil market a hard spot to satisfy customers and keep them happy just like one would do with his immediate family -- mother, wife and children.


  16. Doe v. Drummond Company IncRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | FindLaw

    Before WILSON and ROSENBAUM, Circuit Judges, and SCHLESINGER,District Judge.* Terrence Patrick Collingsworth, Conrad & Scherer, LLP, Washington, DC, for Plaintiffs-Appellants. William H. Jeffress, Noah R. Mink, David A. Super, Baker Botts, LLP, Laina Lopez, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe, LLP, Washington, DC, William Anthony Davis, III, Philip Guy Piggott, Benjamin T. Presley, Huey Thomas Wells, III, Starnes Davis Florie, LLP, Bruce F. Rogers, John W. Clark, IV, Bainbridge Mims Rogers & Smith, LLP, Birmingham, AL, for Defendants-Appellees.


  17. Oklahoma City Women's Basketball Regional: Baylor eliminates IowaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Senior center Sune Agbuke scored a career-high 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Bears, who won the Big 12 regular-season and tournament championships for the fifth straight season. The last time Kim Mulkey's team played in an NCAA regional in Oklahoma City, she nearly lost her jacket, absolutely lost her mind and ultimately lost the game.


  18. Walker and legislators can't bridge their divide over Alaska natural gas pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Anchorage Daily News

    A Republican-controlled Senate committee on Friday brushed off efforts by Gov. Bill Walker to soften his conflict with legislative leaders and tone down his own rhetoric about his plans for a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope. While it's far from certain that any project will ever be built, a contest of pipeline ideas is threatening to escalate into a fight over bills and vetoes in the last weeks of the Alaska Legislature's session.


  19. Bill to limit corporation role in alternate project advancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    The Senate Resources Committee advanced legislation Friday that temporarily would restrict participation by a state-sponsored corporation in an alternate gas pipeline project proposed by Gov. Bill Walker. The bill, which Walker has said he would veto, could get a vote on the Senate floor next week.


  20. David Ortiz wanted to kill Dan ShaughnessyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Over The Monster

    Yesterday, David Ortiz took to the Player's Tribune to once again revisit the issue of his failed drug test from 2003. It's likely no coincidence that his piece was released on the same day as Bob Hohler's feature on the exact same subject.