Friday Jul 25
Customer Interaction Solutions
BRIEF: Free computer, Internet classes offered at DeVry University...
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) July 25--POMONA -- A free class designed to familiarize adults with computers and the Internet will be offered at DeVry University's Pomona campus starting Monday.
The Miami Herald
Coffee craze: Pembroke Pines woman tops curious competition for costliest Starbucks drink
Posing with a jug brimming with a gallon and half of Starbucks frappuccino, Sameera Raziuddin smiled with the pride of a champion.
The Daily Caller
Obama Says Single Mom Is 'The Person We Are Working For'
Yesterday, President Obama and Tanei Benjamin, a single mother who is trying to put herself through school, shared a meal at the Charcoal Pit in Delaware.
Are You Ready To Be A Contract Worker? Now Is The Time To Prepare
In the next 10 to 15 years, as many as half of American professionals could be contract workers, meaning they earn income from a variety of organizations rather than working full time for one organization.
Student-Aid Leaders Call for Alternatives to Obama's College-Rating System
The departing chair of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators offered his alternative on Monday to President Obama's forthcoming college-rating system, calling for a system based on "social responsibility."
Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings
Telecom Managed Services Vendors Ericsson and Huawei Locked in an Epic Struggle, Each With 30% of the US$ 13B Market, Says ABI Research )--ABI Research finds that "slow and steady" describes the overall 2013 Telecom Network Managed Services market, but notes fierce competition among the vendors.