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Officials in Elko hope to persuade more out-of state visitors to fly into their small airport and spend their vacations in its casinos.
Next to the muscular roar of a Porsche, a Ford Mustang and an Audi, the wee electric Smart car sounds - and looks - as if it could be operated by a child holding a remote control.
The situation's getting worse for some, but many CIOs are aware and are doing what they can to mitigate it.
A free Slurpee may no longer be enough to make folks stop, so 7-Eleven plans to boost its odds of luring tech-savvy consumers into the store for its 87th birthday celebration.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau today announced its unconditional support for the overturning of bans on same-sex marriage in Florida.
El will join the league on Aug. 18 and be responsible for marketing and advertising for the NBA, WNBA and NBA Development League.
MORE than 100 retired people and their families in Basingstoke enjoyed an opportunity to meet and greet celebrity gardener, Chris Beardshaw, at a special opening ceremony at McCarthy & Stone's two Basingstoke developments.
Airbus is sprinting to line up preliminary orders for a revamped version of its A330 jet and is on stand-by to make an announcement as early as next week's Farnborough Airshow, but no decision has been taken, people familiar with the matter said.
The North Carolina school filed several objections when the actor's descendants filed for federal trademarks to use "Duke" to sell products, but the latest came last year when John Wayne Enterprises launched "Duke Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey," according to court documents.
Sacramento’s burgeoning craft brew scene remains on the fast track, with another local brewer announcing a major expansion on Tuesday.
RETAILERS in Bishop's Waltham have been celebrating their own variation on Independence Day with a new marketing campaign in a bid to increase footfall.
Some are going there to party, some are going to meet up with old friends at the Craven Country Jamboree north of Regina.
The federal government is spending $3.4 million to support the creation of the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence in Calgary.
The secret to more productive meetings? You might simply need to stand up. This we know, to some degree.
You make a really compelling case for why IT should take another look. However, I am not convinced that end users won't revolt even more now than pre-BYOD.
And they are more popular than ever before. The British-made cars, updated to reflect the technical know-how and marketing might of parent company BMW, have become must-haves for the new global elite.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 02:52 am
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