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June 30, 2008 Breaking News

NDTV to separate news, entertainment businesses (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 06:20:10 PDT
MUMBAI, June 30 (Reuters) - Television broadcaster New Delhi Television Ltd said on Monday its board had approved separating its news and entertainment businesses.

Google “Top Internet Pick,” Says Citigroup

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 09:00:37 PDT
In a 17-page report out this morning, chock-a-block with graphs and other sciencey stuff, Citigroup Internet analyst Mark S. Mahaney names Google (GOOG) the company’s “#1 choice” in what it calls “Top Picks Live,” a “dynamic list of stocks to buy or sell today.” Based on “extensive channel checks,” says Mahaney, Google looks on track to make the $3.82 billion in sales and $4.73 per share in earnings he’s projecting for the second quarter that ends this month. That’s slightly below the $3.86 bi

Vehicles with false number plates follow tankers

Sun, 29 Jun 2008 22:39:32 PDT
There is a growing trend these days for criminals to steal fuel; they use false number plates or vehicles that have stolen number plates on. But they are not stealing from filling stations; they are going for the softer target of home storage tanks.

Antiques, Fine Art Business and the Economy

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 07:31:58 PDT
Items in the higher end of the Antique and Fine Art Markets markets continue to be sizzling hot with no let up in sight. Regardless of how bleakly the evening news paints the picture of the U.S. economy and th4 stock markets, our business is booming.


Mon, 30 Jun 2008 08:58:35 PDT
History tells us that THERE IS A DIRECT CORRELATION BETWEEN AID TO THE PALESTINIANS AND TERRORISM. The more money foreign nations give to the Palestinian Regimes the greater the number of Deaths of innocent Israelis and Palestinians through out the Holy Land. Since everyone is tripping over their underwear to give the Palestinians money, they should know that those funds are being diverted for things like bombs and Kassams. This is NOT opinion the study below provides updated empirical evidence:

Past midnight.

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 09:14:47 PDT
A lazy, restless Monday... Woke up a bit after 1pm, thinking it was past 2pm already. Heated up a mashed potato and tuna tart. Although it was yummy, my system went wonky all over again. I tried to put in some soya beancurd three hours after that and it stayed in. Phew. Been catching up with 'Sex and the City' again. I stopped continuing it when the movie came out. I'm now back to season 4 but it's season 5 after this episode. My mom got home after her lunch and tea and told me we'll

Showing the flag of Mercy

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 09:22:22 PDT
USNS Mercy Provides Relief in Southeast Asia By John J. Kruzel American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, June 27, 2008 – After a floating hospital known as USNS Mercy steams away from ports across Southeast Asia, the ship’s presence will live on in the host countries it helped along the way. The ship is about halfway through a four-month humanitarian mission that, once complete, will have taken the crew to the Philippines, Vietnam, Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and the Federated States of Mic

Ideas & Trends Eureka! Where Do I Cash the Check? - New York Times

Ideas & Trends Eureka! Where Do I Cash the Check?
New York Times, United States - Jun 29, 2008
If the trend takes off there may be so many contests that they lose their appeal. But science will be in no danger. No prize will ever match the thrill of ...

How Bard of Ely met King Arthur Pendragon

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 08:05:55 PDT
King Arthur Pendragon is in the news for getting good weather for Glastonbury Festival by using druid magic. This story is about how Bard of Ely met him.

Apology could become a defining television event of our time (The Globe and Mail)

Wed, 11 Jun 2008 01:13:11 PDT
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NewsChannel - Nashville, Tennessee - Man Killed, Dragg

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 07:14:27 PDT
A man was drug over two miles underneath his wife's car to his death.

George Packer and New Yorker See Positive Change in Iraq, Ascribe it to Dumb Luck

Mon, 30 Jun 2008 08:45:22 PDT
George Packer and New Yorker See Positive Change in Iraq, Ascribe it to Dumb Luck George Packer at the New Yorker takes note of Obama’s “outdated and out of touch” strategy on Iraq. In this article Packer dutifully reminds us all that the turnaround in Iraq is due primarily to sheer luck, and least of all should we be thanking the US military, General David Petraeus, or President Bush: The improved conditions can be attributed, in increasing order of importance, to President Bush’s surge, the

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