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4th annual Walk to D’feet ALS – Sept 18th

first_imgThe city of Burlington will again play host to the ALS Association Northern New England Chapters largest statewide fundraiser, Walk to D’Feet ALS, happening Saturday, September 18th at Burlington’s Leddy Park. The event is a chance for those in Vermont personally touched by ALS to join together in support of those who still struggle with the effects of this devastating terminal illness. Our fundraising goal for this event is $50,000!2004 Sponsors include: General Dynamics, ATP. , Ride Away Corporation, Green Mountain Video, Inc, Madhouse Munchies of Vermont and many more! ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a fatal neuromuscular disease with no cause or cure. The nerve cells are attacked and killed, inhibiting all ability to move. The average lifespan is two to five years from diagnosis, however many people succumb to the disease in less than two years. ALS is characterized by loss of muscle movement, and use, including all voluntary muscles. This eventually makes it impossible for people to move, swallow, speak or eventually breathe on their own, leading to death. In most all cases all the senses and intellect remain sharp while the body functions are lost, leaving the person locked inside their bodies. ALS is cruel, painful and exhausting for those who suffer as well as their family and loved ones. Outside help is crucial for those with ALS.Highlights of the walk include: Ride-Away Handicapped vans will be on-hand to assist those having physical difficulties during the walk event. The March of Faces Banner representing those who have fought and still fight this illness will be posted. Several walker prizes will be given away, and more!last_img read more

Green Mountain College adds master’s in sustainable food systems

first_imgGreen Mountain College announced today that it will offer a distance-learning master’s degree in Sustainable Food Systems (MSFS), which builds on the surging interest in food and agriculture issues in the U.S. and on the success of the College’s undergraduate major in sustainable agriculture. The MSFS program has received accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and GMC plans to launch its first cohort in January, 2012.Over thirty undergraduate students already focus their academic work on food systems at the College. Four grants over the past three years totaling over $250,000 have enhanced facilities and supported faculty research capacity at the College’s Cerridwen Farm and the adjoining Solar Harvest Center.”Agriculture is an essential component not only of our economy but of our life-support systems,” saidPhilip Ackerman-Leist, director of GMC’s Farm and Food Project and associate professor of environmental studies. “There is significant demand for interdisciplinary programs related to food, and we’ve built the capacity to offer a strong graduate level program.”The primary objective of the MSFS is to educate leaders in food and agricultural systems with a graduate level interdisciplinary program focused on sustainable production and knowledge of the economic, ecological, and social forces driving food systems. Students will conduct in-depth interdisciplinary investigations into the complex arena of agriculture in their own bioregions. Because the new MSFS program follows Green Mountain’s online graduate studies model, students can compare research with cohorts from other parts of the U.S. and abroad.”People working in food systems’be it on the farm or in food-related enterprises’tend to be deeply rooted on the land and wedded to their work,” said Ackerman-Leist. “To pick up and move from their home communities to pursue a professional degree is highly problematic. Our distance learning model allows students to continue their work at home while learning about agriculture in other regions from their peers. The composition of the student cohorts is intentionally diverse.”In 2006, the College initiated two online graduate programs, an MS in environmental studies and an M.B.A. in sustainable business. Currently over 100 students participate in these two programs. For more information on the MSFS program, visit http://msfs.greenmtn.edu/(link is external).Founded in 1834, Green Mountain College is a private, four-year liberal arts institution with 700 students that takes the environment as a unifying theme across the curriculum. The College was named America’s “Coolest School” in 2010 by Sierra magazine.SOURCE Green Mountain College. POULTNEY, Vt., April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ —last_img read more

Peru Supplants Colombia As Top Coca Producer

first_imgBy Dialogo June 27, 2011 It is impossible to understand by what means Peru became the number one producer of coca and cocaine. The UN report indicates clearly that, while USA is the number one consumer of cocaine, Colombia is the number one producer of coca and cocaine. Colombia registers 62,000 hectares of coca in 2010 and Peru 61,200 hectares, while the 2011 report does not provide data about the production of cocaine. When a so-called expert expresses his/her opinion about drugs and the fight against this calamity and is paid with foreign cooperate funds, it is logical that his/her conclusions will support his/her benefactors and that they are not independent. Peru has become the world’s largest producer of coca, the plant used to make cocaine, knocking longtime leader Colombia into second place, a new UN report said. The 2011 UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report says Peru has 61,200 hectares (150,000 acres) of coca cultivated in 2010, two percent more than in the previous year, when there were some 59,900 hectares planted, according to the report. Colombia meanwhile saw a significant reduction in the amount of land cultivated with coca plants, from 68,000 hectares to 57,000. The bad news confirms a report issued by the Lima government itself in 2009, which found that Peru overtook Colombia as the world’s top producer of coca leaf in 2009. “Coca cultivation has been expanding for a decade, as successive governments have not appeared to have decided to curb it,” said drugs and security expert Ruben Vargas. The latest UN report does not mention a figure of Peru’s cocaine production, but on 23 June the country’s drug czar, Romulo Pizarro, told AFP that the estimate for 2010 is 330 tons, close to the estimated 350 tons produced by Colombia. But the official said Peru had seized just 30 tons of cocaine in 2010, compared with 100 tons in Colombia. In economic terms, the coca and cocaine trade is worth between $2 billion and $2.5 billion, according to Pizarro. Peruvian troops have been struggling to contain production in the country’s eastern valleys, where 4,000 soldiers and police have been tracking hundreds of so-called “narco-terrorists” connected to the Shining Path insurgency group. They have struggled to police areas outside of major cities however, as the drug traffickers have found refuge in the thick tropical jungles and steep hills, said military chief of staff, General Luis Howell. last_img read more

People moves: Amundi hires ESG research head from CDC

first_imgERAFP – Philippe Briard has been appointed deputy managing director at ERAFP, the €29.6bn pension fund for civil servants in France. He will be in charge of administrative management and operations and comes from the government’s budget office.He joined this department in 2012 and held a succession of roles. He was most recently head of the office for pensions and the country’s special retirement schemes for certain categories of workers. His responsibilities included contributing to the work on the state pension system reform that is being led by the unit around Jean-Paul Delevoye. ERAFP could very well disappear as a result of the reform if it is achieved. Briard’s appointment comes after Laurent Galzy last year replaced Philippe Desfossés at the helm of the mandatory pension scheme. Briard replaces Jean Michel Horrenberger, who has returned to work at CDC. Thérèse Coffey, DWPUK Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) – Thérèse Coffey was appointed secretary of state at the DWP on 8 September. She replaced Amber Rudd, who resigned in a dispute over the government’s Brexit strategy.Coffey transferred from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs where she had served as an under-secretary and latterly as a minister since July 2016. She is an MP for the ruling Conservative Party and represents the Suffolk Coastal constituency on the east coast of England.State Street Global Advisors – SSGA has hired Carlo Funk as head of ESG investment strategy for the EMEA region. He will work with the asset manager’s ESG research and development, investment research and management teams to “design investment solutions for advisers, consultants and institutional clients”, SSGA said in a statement.Funk was previously in charge of passive ESG investment solutions at BlackRock and has also worked for JP Morgan’s private banking arm.Smart Pension – The UK-based pension provider has hired Kirsty Worgan as chief commercial officer, a newly created role. She was previously UK business development director at Bravura Solutions, an Australian investment technology provider, and has also worked for investment platform technology firm GBST.As well as running a UK defined contribution master trust, Smart Pension is also aiming to expand into other markets including the US 401(k) sector. Smart Pension co-founder and CEO Andrew Evans said Worgan’s appointment “significantly strengthens and broadens our global ambitions”.Northern Trust – The US-listed financial services giant has appointed Gil Platteau to its senior leadership team in Switzerland. Platteau will manage key client relationships with Swiss pension funds and insurance companies from Northern Trust’s Basel office, the company said, as well as supporting its strategic expansion in the country.Platteau was most recently country head of Switzerland at Mercer Delegated Solutions and has also held senior roles at Rothschild Asset Management and Barclays, as well as working in risk management for pharmaceuticals firm Roche and BNP Paribas.River and Mercantile – David Hanratty has joined the £40bn (€44.7bn) UK-based investment manager as global head of distribution. He takes on the role from group CEO James Barham, who held the responsibilities during his time as deputy group CEO.Hanratty was previously managing director at Pioneer Investments – now part of Amundi – where he was responsible for global distribution. Prior to this role he was sales and marketing director for Janus’s UK wealth business. Muzinich – The credit investment specialist is targeting new clients in Scandinavia with the appointment of Peter Andersson as head of Nordics, responsible for institutional and wholesale distribution. He joins from Legg Mason where he worked for 10 years, most recently as head of Nordics and new markets.Tom Douie, Muzinich’s global head of distribution, said: “The Nordics is a key strategic market for us. Peter’s experience and knowledge of the market and the different client segments will be a key factor in growing our presence in the region.”MAPFRE AM – Eduardo Ripollés has been appointed institutional sales director at the Spanish asset manager as it seeks to expand its distribution outside of its home country. He joins from Trea Asset Management where he was director of business development, and has also held a similar role at UBI Banca International.TOBAM – The systematic investment specialist has hired Philippe Bigeard as head of business development for France, responsible for leading a “new business drive” in TOBAM’s home country, the company said. He is specifically targeting insurance companies, wealth managers and banks, TOBAM said.Bigeard was previously group head of product marketing at CACEIS, the custodian and depositary bank. Prior to joining in 2003, he worked at Credit Agricole Indosuez Luxembourg.Head of business development Christophe Roehri said TOBAM had experienced “a steady increase in demand for our offering” in France, and was “well positioned to further strengthen our presence”. CDC, Amundi, ERAFP, AP1, Vasakronan, Willhem, Alecta, HSBC GAM, Sampension, DHL, DWP, SSGA, Smart Pension, Northern Trust, River and Mercantile, Muzinich, MAPFRE AM, TOBAM, Schroders, CBAM, ICGAmundi – Caroline Le Meaux, former head of delegated management at Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC), the fiduciary manager for several French public sector pension schemes, has joined Amundi as head of ESG research, voting and engagement, IPE has learned.Le Meaux joined CDC in 2014 from FRR, the French pension reserve fund, and was responsible for investment management at €11bn public sector pension scheme Ircantec, playing a key role in the further development of its responsible investment approach. At CDC she has been replaced by François Tirmarche.Separately, Amundi has also appointed Grégoire Blanc as head of capital markets and liquidity for its exchange-traded funds, indexing and smart beta business. He previously built and led the capital markets team at Lyxor, and has also worked at Vanguard. Antonia Lim, SchrodersSchroders – The UK-listed asset manager has recruited Antonia Lim to the newly created role of head of quantamental investments. She joins from Barclays where she was global head of quantitative research, and has also worked for Kleinwort Benson.In the new role, Lim will work with Schroders’ equities and systematic investment teams, the latter of which runs more than $9bn. The company has recently created a “product, solutions and quant division” and hired quantitative portfolio managers from AQR and Man AHL to boost its capacity.CBAM Partners – CBAM, a US-based alternatives manager, has hired Jean-Philippe Levilain as part of a planned expansion into Europe. He was previously global head of loans and private debt at AXA Investment Managers. Mike Damaso, partner at CBAM, said Levilain’s experience would be “invaluable” as it seeks to add to its range of strategies and grow its client base.Intermediate Capital Group (ICG) – Martin Preuss has joined ICG as a managing director in its European subordinated debt and equity team, based in Frankfurt. He will be responsible for growing the manager’s coverage across Germany, Austria and Switzerland, from its office in Frankfurt. Preuss joins from KKR where he worked for almost 11 years on German and European private equity, specialising in technology, media and telecoms (TMT). He also worked at Citi in its TMT investment banking team. Johan MagnussonAP1 – Johan Magnusson, who was dismissed as chief executive of Swedish state pension buffer fund AP1 at the end of August, has now left the supervisory boards of real estate firms Vasakronan and Willhem. Both companies are linked to his former employer, with Willhem under sole ownership of AP1, and Vasakronan being jointly owned by the three Stockholm-based AP funds, AP1, AP3 and AP4.Vasakronan said Magnusson has been replaced by Mikael Angberg, AP1’s head of asset management, and Willhem has appointed Johan Temse, AP1’s investment manager for real estate, to fill Magnusson’s role on its board.Alecta – Fredrik Palm, head of real estate at Sweden’s biggest pension fund Alecta, is leaving the company on 25 September, a spokesman confirmed to IPE. Danor Ghersinich, who was previously responsible for the fund’s directly owned properties, is now in place at Alecta as acting head of real estate.Palm, who had worked for Alecta since 2007 and led the organisation’s real estate operation since 2013, is leaving to start his own business. The pension fund said it was in the process of finding a permanent replacement.HSBC Global Asset Management – The $470bn (€426bn) asset manager has appointed Joanna Munro as its global CIO, replacing Chris Cheetham who announced his retirement in May.Munro is currently global head of stewardship and fiduciary governance at HSBC GAM, and chair of the board of the manager’s UK business. She joined HSBC GAM in 2005 as CIO for HSBC investments, and has also served as head of product and CEO of the group’s Asia Pacific operations.She is also a non-executive director of UK asset manager trade body the Investment Association and a founding member of the Diversity Project.Her appointment follows that of Nicolas Moreau as global CEO of HSBC GAM, who joined the firm last month.Sampension – The €43.6bn Danish pension provider has named Lars Peter Lilleøre as its new head of fixed income, and Anders Tauber Lassen as head of credit. In combination, they replace former head of fixed income Kasper Ullegård.Ullegård left his job after deciding to spend the next couple of years with his wife and young children, a spokeswoman for Sampension said. Lilleøre and Tauber Lassen started work in their new roles on 1 September.Lilleøre has worked for Sampension since 2015 and Tauber Lassen since 2012. Lilleøre previously held senior analyst roles at Nordea Markets and Danske Markets, while Tauber Lassen has worked for Danish corporate and investment bank FIH Erhvervsbank as head of structuring.DHL UK – The global delivery group has appointed Dan McDonald as head of pensions for the UK. He will oversee the group’s €4.9bn UK pension arrangements. He was previously UK pensions director at GlaxoSmithKline, where he has been replaced by James Chemirmir.last_img read more

Pochettino’s 19-year-old son signs new deal at Tottenham

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Trio of signings make instant impact as Everton stun Spurs EPL: Spurs, Everton light up London Maurizio Pochettino, son of former Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino, has signed a new contract at the English Premier League club.Winger Maurizio, whose current deal was due to expire on Tuesday, announced the contract extension in a social media post on Monday. The Instagram post showed the 19-year-old sharing a photo with his father along with the caption: “Looking forwards to the new season.”Neither the club nor Maurizio said how long the new deal would last for.However, sports data website transfermarkt said it would last until 2022.Maurizio joined the north London club’s academy in 2017 but is yet to make a senior appearance.His father Pochettino was sacked by Spurs in November after more than five years in charge and was replaced by Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho. Spurs are seventh in the league standings with 45 points, nine points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.Reuters/NAN.Tags: Mauricio PochettinoMaurizio PochettinoNew Contract SigningTottenham Hotspurlast_img read more

MBB : Last time they played in the Elite Eight: Syracuse 63, Oklahoma 47

first_img Published on March 23, 2012 at 12:00 pm Comments Two nights prior to Oklahoma’s Elite Eight matchup with Syracuse, Sooners assistant coaches Bennie Seltzer made his best attempt to decode the Orangemen’s 2-3 zone.As the coaches scouted SU’s 79-78 victory over Auburn in the Sweet 16, Seltzer scribbled observations onto a yellow legal pad and circled what he deemed to be the weak part of the defense.But during the Elite Eight matchup, the Sooners found few holes. The third-seeded Orangemen’s defense triumphed, holding OU’s leading scorer Hollis Price to just eight points, to defeat top-seeded Oklahoma 63-47 in front of 15,207 at the Pepsi Arena in Albany on March 30, 2003.Syracuse advanced to the Final Four for the fourth time in program history, where SU faced Texas at the Superdome in New Orleans.‘Our defense was the difference,’ SU head coach Jim Boeheim said on March 30, 2003. ‘We were very active on the defensive end. It’s probably the best we’ve played defensively all year. We did a good job of making them shoot tough shots.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse turned in its best defensive performance of the season, limiting the Sooners to just 31 percent shooting. Oklahoma’s 47 points were the fewest the Orangemen allowed all season.And as SU’s defense keyed in on Price, the Sooners’ offense became less effective. The guard hit on just 3-of-17 field goals, including 2-of-11 from beyond the arc.‘We knew their offense goes through Hollis Price,’ SU forward Carmelo Anthony said. ‘He’s the driver of their car. Once we took him away, everything just broke down.’SU’s defense proved to be too much to handle for the Sooners. The Orangemen forced 19 turnovers to key their own offensive attack. It started early in the game, as three straight forced turnovers allowed SU to storm out to a 10-3 lead.And Syracuse never looked back, leading by as many as 18 points in the second half.Anthony finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds, and forward Hakim Warrick tallied 13 points to pace SU.With an apparent victory and East Regional championship in hand, chants of ‘Final Four!’ rained down on the court and the celebration began.Chants of ‘One More Year!’ erupted as Anthony took his turn cutting down the net. Boeheim stood beaming with son James III in his arms. Assistant coach Mike Hopkins whispered, ‘We’re champions buddy,’ into his son’s ear.And Syracuse took one more step toward proving all of its doubters wrong.Said center Craig Forth: ‘Based on what everybody was saying, we weren’t thought to do much of anything. Now, here we are. And maybe we did play with a chip on our shoulder the whole time, kind of expecting to win.’-Compiled by Andrew Tredinnick, asst. copy editor, [email protected]center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

‘Report unfair food pricing’

first_img31 January 2003The Food Price Monitoring Committee has introduced a toll-free number in a bid to encourage consumers to report acts of predatory food pricing in the food production and supply sector.The toll-free number – 0800 203 216 – administered by the offices of the National Agricultural Marketing Council, is operational between 8am and 4pm on weekdays. An e-mail address, [email protected], is also in place for this purpose.The Committee was established to investigate unjustified food price hikes and seeks to protect consumers from other irregular practices.Government instituted the strong eight-member committee – headed by Professor Johan Kirsten from the University of Pretoria and deputy chairperson Fikile Mazibuko of the University of Zululand – to ensure transparency around retail prices and their relation to actual costs.Other members include Josephine Hlophe-Nhlapo (Congress of SA Trade Unions), Lumkile Mondi (Transnet), Nonia Rampomane (National Consumer Forum) and Professors Johann Potgieter, Sbu Nkomo and Herman van Schalkwyk.According to Kirsten, consumers form an integral part of the probe, hence it is important that they become actively involved. “We want the public to be the eyes of the Food Price Monitoring Committee,” he said.The Committee’s terms of reference include monitoring the pricing of basic foodstuffs, investigating any sharp or unjustified price increases, determining the competitiveness of production operations, investigating price formation mechanisms within the value chain of basic foodstuffs, and recommending required productivity improvements.It is also expected to investigate collusive, discriminatory or unfair business practices in the basic food value chain, investigate and make recommendations on market inefficiencies and distortions, and investigate incidents of predatory pricing and monopolistic tendenciesSource: BuaNewslast_img read more

South African struggle heroes honoured in Mozambique

first_img14 September 2015The Matola Monument and Interpretative Centre was unveiled in Maputo on Friday in a tribute to the anti-apartheid activists killed by security police in a raid on 30 January 1981.The South African Defence Force of the apartheid government raided the African National Congress (ANC) safe houses in Matola, Maputo and killed 13 members of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) and one Mozambican national.The Mozambican and South African presidents, Filipe Nyusi and Jacob Zuma, both attended the inauguration of the centre. The monument is an effort to redress the historical imbalances in heritage sites, as well as aid social cohesion and nation building.“The unveiling of the memorial will enable South Africa to pay homage to the fallen soldiers and also acknowledge the sacrifices and contributions made by the Mozambicans towards a free, non-racial and democratic South Africa,” the Presidency said.Three red pillars in the centre of the monument are inscribed with the names of those who lost their lives in the raid. The multimedia information centre contains photographs and documents chronicling the anti-apartheid journey, and the joint effort of Mozambique and South African freedom fighters to end apartheid.Nyusi said that through the raid, “the apartheid regime once again showed its true cruel and inhuman face”. He described the attack as “a clear affront against our territorial integrity and sovereignty, our peace and all forms of human rights”.Zuma added: “The opening of this monument stands as a witness of freedom and it also stands as a testament to the resilience of our people. This monument is our testimony to the world that we have conquered in trying times.”Ties that bindThe monument was also a symbol of the strong bonds of friendship between South Africa and Mozambique, Zuma said. “We must together grapple with the strategic questions facing our peoples, such as unemployment, inequality and poverty. We must work together as we face these challenges.”Earlier in the day, the two presidents laid wreaths in Llhanguene Cemetery, at the graves of the victims of the raid. They also unveiled a large collective gravestone for the South African freedom fighters who died at Matola.Source: SAnews.govlast_img read more

News Flash: Steve Jobs Bullied Rivals And Was Kind Of A Dick

first_imgApple fanblogger John Gruber seems to think this letter is just the coolest thing ever, a “stone cold” message that shows “the man did not beat around the bush.”But wait a minute. Let’s look at what happened here.Jobs proposed something to Palm that was “not only wrong,” but also “likely illegal,” as Colligan put it.Colligan refused to do something illegal.As punishment, Jobs threatened to drag Palm into years of bogus patent lawsuits. He was perfectly willing to use (abuse?) the court system to hurt a rival.And we’re supposed to see Jobs as some kind of hero?Keep in mind that the real victims of what Jobs was proposing are front-line engineers whose incomes would be constrained because their bosses had struck a deal not to poach from one another. This was rich guys making deals to screw their engineers and boost their own profits.This was Saint Steven of Cupertino.Worse, Jobs was stupid enough to put this all into writing. Forgive me for being less than impressed.And forgive me for thinking that this casts Apple’s crazy legal war against Samsung in a new light. Maybe isn’t all about “principles,” as Tim Cook likes to say. Do you reckon the CEO at Samsung has threatening letters just like this one somewhere in his files? Behind The ScenesAs it happens, back in 2007 when this was taking place I knew some of the parties involved and they were regaling me with stories about how Jobs losing his nut over Palm. The paper trail that is coming to light now barely touches the surface of what Jobs was doing.The stories I heard involved epic temper tantrums, angry phone calls, screaming matches, people from Palm being summoned to Jobs’s office at Apple and shouted at, threatened, insulted, belittled, by a grown man acting like a spoiled 5-year-old. And why? Just because Steve Jobs thought he should have the smartphone market all to himself.Just, wow. Image courtesy of Reuters. Apple, Google and Intel are being sued for striking a secret agreement among themselves not to poach employees from each other. Which is, um, how should we put this? Not kosher? “Likely illegal,” is how Ed Colligan, former CEO of Palm, described it when they asked him to join the devil’s bargain. Because, yeah. Turns out it’s frowned upon when companies collude to keep workers from making as much money as they can.The pact now may come back to haunt these companies as employees are suing them over lost wages. The damages could run into the hundreds of millions.But the best part, as always, is the treasure trove of documents coming out in discovery. The best ones are the ones that show Apple CEO Steve Jobs throwing temper tantrums and threatening lawsuits when competitors hire away his engineers.  (The Verge has a great rundown with lots of documents.)The best one, reproduced below, is a threatening letter Jobs wrote to Colligan in 2007. Jobs was furious because Jon Rubinstein, a former top engineering exec at Apple (he led development of the iPod) had joined Palm to create a new smartphone platform and was recruiting talent out of Apple. Never mind that Ruby, as he’s known, had left Apple more than a year before, and was semi-retired and living in Mexico when Palm lured him off the beach to come run their team. Jobs viewed Ruby as a traitor. Because, apparently once you’ve worked at Apple you can never compete with Apple, ever again. Who knew?Thermonuclear, Part OneIn a statement he provided for the lawsuit, Colligan says that in August 2007 Jobs called him and said that if Palm did not strike a no-hire pact with Apple, Apple would sue Palm for patent infringement. Wait, patents? Apple was going to use patents as a weapon? Who’da thunk it? Colligan told Jobs to get stuffed, and reminded him that Palm, a longtime phone maker, had patents of its own. Jobs fired back with the following letter reminding Colligan of the “asymmetry in the financial resources of our respective companies,” which when translated into English means, We have way more money than you do and can tie you up in court forever and destroy you financially. Check it out: Tags:#Apple#Google#Intel#Palm#Steve Jobs 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting dan lyonslast_img read more