Americas

News and reports from North, Central and South America.

PortalSoft Premiers Portal4Law Legal Practice Management Offering at Virtual LegalTech Trade Show

PortalSoft, a leader in legal practice management solutions, will introduce version 5 of Portal4Law, at the Virtual LegalTech trade show this week...

The World's First Wearable Magazine Grows US Market

With augmented reality, real-life superheroes, epic drum solos and new 42% price drop...

Permanent green art installation unveilled by Martha Thoma Hall

“Journey of a Bottle,” made of steel and 425 glass bottles was installed at the new Walnut Creek Library for the Grand Opening and the artist will be on hand to talk about the art and answer questions.

juwi solar completes construction of largest solar project in Ohio

juwi solar, a Colorado-based solar power company, has announced the completion of a project in Wyandot County, Ohio: the largest solar energy generation facility in operation there at 12-megawatts.

Buzz Technologies Inc (BZTG) Board of Directors have agreed to a name change

Buzz Technologies Inc BZTG Board of Directors have agreed to a name change to The Heffernan Group...

Filesharing mum stung for two million dollars

Jammie Thomas-Rasset, a single mom, was recently sued for file-sharing 24 songs. The jury found her guilty and sentenced her to pay $80,000 per song – that is, $1.92 million in total.

World authority on Price Behavior to address Miami

Mike Baghdady - a 33-year veteran of the NYBOT trading floor and global financial markets - will deliver the keynote speech to Bulltick Capital Markets' upcoming Miami trading expo on Sunday 9, Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 August...

Binbit delivers mobile Playboy TV to Latin America

One of the leaders in mobile entertainment, Binbit, has signed a contract to deliver exclusive B2C content of Playboy brands: Playboy, Venus and Forman.

One Man and his Dog – The Legacy of George W Bush

As the 43rd President of the United States prepares to leave office – many have asked the question: how will his legacy be viewed by the world?

Global starvation ignored by American policy elites

A new report from The World Bank admits that in 2005 over three billion people live on less that $2.50 a day and about 44% of these people survive on less than $1.25.

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