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Valenti International Responds to the San Diego Union Tribune Article 'Can't buy me love,' Fraught With Inaccuracies and Slanted for Sensationalism, Journalistic Integrity Appears Lost.

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Can you really trust the search results on Google and Yahoo? Appearing as if it were yesterday, although it was published in 2005, the San Diego Union Tribune article "Can't buy me love," appears in Google and Yahoo search results as if it were hot of the pres...

Chicago Tribune Does Story on Canine Cancer, Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) Effort to Find a Cure - MAF Can Provide Information - Local Angles for a Feature Story

DENVER, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chicago Tribune has published a feature story on the terrible incidence of canine cancer, the extent of the problem, implications for loving dog owners, and treatments and scientific research under way to help dogs with cancer. See link at end of release. Mo...

New AMA Ad Emphasizes Common Ground on Health Reform, Shares Vision to Fix Broken System

...emphasizing common ground on health reform to remember what's at stake - access to care for millions. The AMA ad runs nationally today in the Chicago tribune , New York Times , and the Wall Street Journal. Online advertising will run in various medical trade publications. (Logo: http://www.n...

Recent News Reports of Sweetener Reformulations Raise Questions About Motivations

...e added "They all deliver about 15-20 calories per teaspoon, and the human body appears not to know one from the other."(1) A June 25 Chicago tribune article quoted food industry critic Walter Willett, M.D., of Harvard University's School of Public Health and author of Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy...

MD Now Urgent Care Centers: First in Florida to Receive UCAOA Certification in Urgent Care

...units, then later bill patients based on the same exorbitant fee schedule used by the emergency department. A series of recent articles in the Chicago tribune reveals this problem as a growing concern to consumers. About MD Now Urgent Care Walk-In Medical Centers MD Now Urgent Care Walk-In Medical...

Health-Care Reform Could Be Obama's Toughest Challenge

... all tried -- and failed -- before him. Then there was Hillary Clinton's ill-fated effort back in the early 1990s, which, according to the Chicago tribune , set the reform effort back by 15 years. "While significant individual reforms have been made -- such as Medicare, Medicaid and the children's he...

Push-ups 'I've got a Secret'

... "There's a cult movement gravitating toward push-ups due to the book's exposure on national radio shows and in many major newspapers like the Chicago tribune and Sacramento Bee. Articles on the book in London, Scotland and Ireland are telling us that this 'Push-up Revolution' is definitely going global." ...

Kaiser Family Foundation Launches New Non-Profit Health Policy News Service

...eb Reporter Jaclyn Schiff covered global health issues for The Advisory Board Web Reporter Andrew Villegas was a political reporter at The Greeley tribune in Colorado Web Reporter Chris Weaver previously worked at ProPublica and Part B News Outreach Coordinator Kristen Carriker joined KHN after be...

Acid Drinks Blamed for Increase in Tooth Erosion

...s the country. Pierson said those results, published in 2008 in the Dental tribune , confirmed the suspicions many dentists had harbored. In a survey of denti...ol of Dentistry, University of California, Los Angeles; March 2008 Dental tribune ...

Four-in-Ten U.S. Employees Have Gained Weight at Their Current Jobs, CareerBuilder Study Finds

...rtals such as MSN and AOL, feature CareerBuilder's proprietary job search technology on their career sites. Owned by Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI ), tribune Company, The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI ) and Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT ), CareerBuilder and its subsidiaries operate in the U.S., Europe, C...
Tribune in Biological News

Recent news reports of sweetener reformulations raise questions about motivations

...ers. She added "They all deliver about 15-20 calories per teaspoon, and the human body appears not to know one from the other." A June 25 Chicago tribune article quoted food industry critic Walter Willett, M.D., of Harvard University's School of Public Health and author of Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy, wh...

Springer and the Physiological Society of Japan sign publishing agreement

... of Physiological Sciences , starting in January 2009 with Volume 59, Number 1. The bimonthly journal was previously published by Society and Medical tribune Co. Ltd. The journal will join Springer's strong portfolio of physiology journals which includes such publications as Experimental Brain Research a...
Tribune in Biological Technology

MyWeather, LLC Acquires WeatherPoint Business From Tribune Media Services

Madison, WI - MyWeather(TM) LLC, a provider of weather applications, announced that it has acquired the WeatherPoint business from Tribune Media Services (TMS), a subsidiary of Tribune Company (NYSE: TRB). WeatherPoint provides Internet weather data, graphics and imagery to newspapers and other cli...

New, Fast Forensic Technology Wins R&D 100 Award

... Awards are based on each achievement's technical significance, uniqueness and usefulness compared to competing projects and technologies. The Chicago tribune calls the award "The Oscars of Invention." Previous winners include the fax machine, the Automated Teller Machine (ATM), the cancer drug Taxol, the Ni...

Argonne researchers win 2 R&D 100 Awards

... Awards since the awards introduction by R&D Magazine in 1964. Winning a prestigious R&D 100 Award -- dubbed the "Oscars of innovation" by The Chicago tribune -- provides proof that a product is one of the most innovative ideas of the year, according to R&D Magazine. "This is yet the latest example of how...

The Impact of Biotech Globalization in the Midwest

...ment. After the U.S. and Canada, Germany has the third-largest number of biotech companies (its approaching almost 400). Recently, the Chicago tribune featured an article about a German life science start-up called BRAINLab that had set up U.S. headquarters in Chicago. This company uses proprietary s...

Historic observatory becomes hot property on Lake Geneva

...go has put its Yerkes Observatory, an ornate building on Wisconsin's Lake Geneva, up for sale to fund "making this century's discoveries," the Chicago tribune reported. Historic, beautiful and obsolete, the observatory sits on 77 lakeside acres in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, and is a reminder of technology's...

Does your work add to the bottom line - and how do you know?

... I was talking to Rick Landman the other day. He spotted a quote of mine in a Chicago tribune story, tracked me down in New York and I asked him about the state of the search business. Landman is a well-known Midwest networker and search pro...

Cars.com president slated for Milwaukee event

...n new media, new business start-ups and developing new products. He joined Classified Ventures, which includes Cars.com, after a 21-year career at the tribune Company, where he served most recently as a senior executive in the company's New Media Group. Golub's tenure in the Internet world makes him a str...

Nair joins Alfalight; Prill coming to Journal Sentinel interactive media

...ce president of interactive media and marketing for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel . Prill currently serves as Interactive Media Director at The News tribune in Tacoma, Wash. Prill is the second Internet executive to recently join a Journal Communications company. In July, Scott Rodgers was named the new ...

Employees debate ethics of giving two weeks' notice

... About a year ago, I wrote a column criticizing an "advice article" in the Chicago tribune about the practice of giving two-week notices when leaving a company. ( Ready to leave? Why you shouldn't give two weeks' notice ) It was published ...
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