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2 hrs ago | GhanaWeb
The Foods and Drugs Authority is strongly advising all drug retailers in the country to purchase their stock of medicine from only licensed importers.
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6 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
Everywhere he turned, his fans were standing outside venues festooned with corporate branding, unable to enter because they didn't have a formal invite.
10 hrs ago | Crain's New York Business
A sure sign that Mayor Bill de Blasio has had a rough start: Twice has the suffix "-gate" been applied to mayoral story lines.
J reporters went to several local government agencies this week to request public documents.
Japan's Nikon Corp has moved to allay consumer fears in China after being criticised on a closely watched consumer show that said the camera maker had sold defective products in China and denied local consumers fair treatment in aftersales service.
David Brenner, Penn Jillette, Lorena Peril, Teller and Nathan Burton at the 10th anniversary celebration of Penn & Teller and their new three-year contract at The Rio on Oct. 26, 2010.
A young man and woman check their smart phones as they sit on a wall in Milan, Italy, Wednesday, March 12, 2014.
Fuse reporter John Norris moderated the panel, in which the singer discussed her collaboration with Millie Brown, the meaning of performance art, and the ever-looming possibility of pissing off her publicist with her unpredictable onstage antics.
Allen F. St. Pierre of NORML Featured On The Alan Berman Show Brought To You By Verde Media Group Inc. Executive Director of NORML and The NORML Foundation will be on todays Marijuana Pot-Cast hosted by Alan Berman.
The Syrian Electronic Army hacktivist group said from their Twitter account on Friday that they were engaged in an operation targeting CENTCOM due to US President Barack Obama's " decision to attack Syria with electronic warfare."
Former Alberta Health Services executive Allaudin Merali has filed a lawsuit against Alberta Health Minister Fred Horne and Alberta Health Services for more than $5.5 million.
The days of holding traditional press conferences to spread the word about a company or an event have past.
Girls were told they could appear in disaster flick The Swarm if they donned the skimpy outfits and visited a public pool in 1977 Max Clifford promised two sisters roles in a Michael Caine movie if they paraded around a swimming pool in their bikinis, a court heard.
We are spied upon. Someone, somewhere, knows what you have been doing online. It might be your snooping friend taking a look at your browsing history, or it might be that weird looking guy on the next table in the coffee shop watching your every click.
Tanner Friedman weighs in on battle between PR, legal personnel in wake of GM's recall for faulty ignition switches FLEW ON FOR HOURS AFTER THE LAST RADIO CONTACT.
A tough campaign came to the rescue of the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust, after its funding was slashed.