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  1. Will the New Warm and Fuzzy Ryanair Be Enough to Slow EasyJet?Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Skift

    Michael O'Leary swoops across the hardwood floor of the London Design Museum cafe, dancing between tables laden with champagne flutes and beetroot carpaccio.


  2. It is wonderful to experience what true democracy looks likeE O Eke,...Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Nigeriaworld

    "There's a word missing in British politics these days and that's honour, and I would define honour as: if you've done something wrong, as a cabinet minister, you resign - and if you don't resign you get sacked."


  3. Woven Expands Editorial and Original Programming Capabilities:...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    The acquisition will further enable Woven to build on its leadership position as the premier advertising and content platform targeted to the 18 to 34 years-old male.


  4. Coed Talon: Work underway on new A 60k play areaRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    ... de and Cheshire from 1983 to 1997, before returning to the ECHO as deputy news editor. He has won a number of journalism awards, including the UK Press Gazzette Regional Reporter of the Year award, and in 1993 wrote a book on the James Bulger murder.


  5. VisitEngland 'pig' advert provokes outrageRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    ... de and Cheshire from 1983 to 1997, before returning to the ECHO as deputy news editor. He has won a number of journalism awards, including the UK Press Gazzette Regional Reporter of the Year award, and in 1993 wrote a book on the James Bulger murder.


  6. UPDATE 1-China Resources chairman under investigation by anti-graft bodyRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Reuters

    The chairman of state-owned China Resources Holdings Co. Ltd., a holding company for a group of energy, land and consumer businesses in mainland China and Hong Kong, is under investigation, China's top anti-corruption body said on Thursday.


  7. How many iPhones were sold last quarter? Analysts aim to predictRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | CNET

    Apple sold anywhere from 34 million to 42.5 million iPhones last quarter. At least that's the range seen in the crystal balls of 32 different analysts.


  8. PDFpen Scan+ Does Searchable PDFs Better Than EverRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cult of Mac Blog

    Gone are the days when simply taking a photo of a document was enough. Today, if you care enough to scan or photograph a piece of text, chances are you're also going to want to edit it.


  9. 'It wasn't hell but it wasn't far off'Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Bangkok: An Australian journalist taking a stand against attempts to silence the media in Thailand has spent five hours in a small prison cell crowded with 90 prisoners, including a man who admitted killing his girlfriend.


  10. Reporters charged with defamation remanded on bail in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Reuters

    Two journalists were remanded on bail in Thailand on Thursday on charges of criminal defamation and other offences in connection with a story they published on the trafficking of Muslim minority Rohingya people from Myanmar.


  11. Journalists charged with defaming Thailand's navyRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | TwinCities

    Thai authorities on Thursday charged two journalists with defaming Thailand's navy in an online news report about the trafficking of refugees from Myanmar, amid concerns about press freedom in the country.


  12. In Defense Of An Unlimited Vacation PolicyRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Fast Company

    And while that may sound extreme, 134 countries put us to shame with laws that restrict the work week to a maximum number of hours.


  13. Memories of my encounters with vile racistRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Statesman Journal

    Frazier Glenn Miller knew I was Jewish. The Jews control the media, using them to brainwash Americans.


  14. Power of newsbrands reinforced at Shift 2014Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | Brand Republic

    ... heritage. Seiken had clearly put much thought into his speech, which proved to be a manifesto on the future of journalism. His plans to move away from the top-down control of editors towards a more data-informed, audience-led model chimes with the ...


  15. Arianna Huffington delivers ninth annual Murrow Forum addressRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Tufts Daily

    ... the founding of the HuffPost and said that she developed the website in response to the changing nature of journalism. "I could see back in 2005 that a lot of conversation was moving online and that a lot of the people that I admired, that I read in ...


  16. CPI Director Hits Back at ABC: 'I Don't Take Well to Being Bullied'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    The Center for Public Integrity and ABC News are currently at war over credit for a Pulitzer Prize the former got for in-depth reporting on the denial of medical benefits to black lung patients.


  17. Condom shortage hits CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    Havana author Polina Martínez Shvietsova wrote that the shortage of condoms in state-run pharmacies started about 15 days ago, although shops that cater mostly to foreigners still sell the prophylactics at $1.30 each — a day’s wage for the average Cuban.


  18. Darien's golden track ignited Gilded Read the original story

    Yesterday | Darien News-Review

    After writing about up-to-the-minute trends in Fairfield County for the Hearst newspapers, journalist Maggie Gordon gained an appreciation for an earlier time when she wrote her new book, "The Gilded Age on Connecticut's Gold Coast."


  19. Journalists say no to boycottRead the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | Jewish Chronicle

    A motion calling on the National Union of Journalists to boycott Israeli goods has been overwhelmingly defeated at the union's biannual conference.


  20. Nevada rancher wins: Drudge has last laugh on Media Matters reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 12 |

    On Friday the founder of the Drudge Report was blasted on Media Matters for fanning flames of violence by promoting the story of the stand-off between Nevada rancher, Cliven Bundy, and the federal government over Bundy's right to graze his cattle on public lands.