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Advertising and marketing firms have just barely had enough time to start adapting their online campaigns to mobile device users, but thanks to Apple’s newest iOS 9 update last month, mobile ads are already getting blocked by a surplus of ad-blocking apps. The New York Times recently conducted an in-depth four-day analysis of how ad ...

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First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby and a protracted custody dispute that could drag on for years. In short, that’s the story of billionaire hedge-fund manager Kenneth Griffin and his former wife Anne Dias. On Monday, October 5, the couple began a very public divorce proceeding in a Chicago courtroom. While many ...

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Popular street artist Banksy is world-renowned for his creative art centered around social critiques, but if he has one glaring fault, it’s inspiring a whole generation of miscreants to follow in his rebellious footsteps. According to local Oregon news affiliate KEZI, 19-year-old Patrick Morris of Adair, OR, was recently arrested in nearby Corvallis. He’s facing ...

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The French publishing team behind the vastly popular “Guide du Routard” has created a new travel guide aimed towards helping migrants and refugees communicate basic needs. According to France 24, the new guide, “Hello,” will be distributed to migrants for free as they enter into the country. “Hello” is a 90-page book that contains no ...

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It should going without saying, but recycling has a real and positive environmental impact. For every one ton of paper recycled, 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space, and 7,000 gallons of water are saved. For every single aluminum can that gets recycled, enough energy to listen to a full ...

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According to a recent report from Fortune, Apple is tripling its team members for the creation and product shipping of its future electric car. Unlike Google, Apple is not hoping to create a car that can function without its driver but a car that has the accessibility and stream-lined appeal of its other electronic products. ...

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The wildlife conservation community scored a huge win on Wednesday when two South Carolina turtle traders were formally convicted in federal court. According to The Herald, Steven Baker, 35, of Holly Hill, and Ray Robertson, 68, of Cottageville, were sentenced on federal wildlife trafficking charges after undercover agents busted the men last year. The criminals ...

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On Monday, September 21st, the U.S. Department of Justice announced their plan to grant $19.3 million federal dollars to police departments looking to start equipping their officers with police body cameras. As reported by U.S. News and World Report, the grant will provide money to 73 police agencies in 42 states and will help with the ...

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The United States has the largest share of art collectors in the world with 25%, followed by Germany with 9% and the UK and China with 7% each. Between July 2013 and July 2014, contemporary art auction sales in the United States amounted to almost $617 million, and thanks to the Internet, it’s only getting ...

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Drivers who need brake repairs soon might be better off waiting until Breast Cancer Awareness Month kicks off in October. What started with just five auto repair shops in Ohio in 2011 has grown to 136 shops across 28 states. Brakes for Breasts is a month-long charity-service promotion in which participating auto shops, all of ...

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