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The Hero Complex: A Common, Curable Leadership Malady »

When I was consulting the board of a major financial firm years ago, I was astounded to see the directors, including former heads of state along with CEOs of other…

Mar 5 2015 / Read More »

“HBO Now” coming this spring for $15 per month, with Apple as launch partner »

A source speaking to the International Business Times said that HBO will launch its standalone streaming service, called HBO Now, for $ 15 per month this spring with the premier of…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. 2014 Form 10-K Now Available »

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar. 2, 2015– Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE: EPD) today announced that it has filed the partnership’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ending December 31, 2014…

Mar 3 2015 / Read More »
Health

UCLA stem cell researchers develop promising method to treat sickle cell disease »

UCLA stem cell researchers have shown that a novel stem cell gene therapy method could lead to a one-time, lasting treatment…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »

This Is Where America Gets Almost All Its Winter Lettuce »

Unless you’re a homesteader, a Sunbelt resident who eats only food from your local farmers market, or an extremely devout…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »

New models yield clearer picture of emissions’ true costs »

New models calculate and compare the true costs of various fuels to health, climate and the environment. Viewed this way,…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »
Science

Imaging a supernova with neutrinos »

There are lots of ways to describe how rarely neutrinos interact with normal matter. Duke’s Kate Scholberg, who works on them, provided yet another. A 10 Mega-electron Volt gamma ray will, on average, go through 20 centimeters of carbon before it’s absorbed; a 10 MeV…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »

Fossil jawbone discovery is earliest evidence of human genus Homo »

The hominin fossil record between three million years ago and two million years ago is thin, leaving a gap in our understanding of human evolution. Prior to three million years ago (called mega-annum, or Ma), there many fossils of Australopithecus, the apelike hominins that included the famous Lucy. By…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »

Heavy metal rain may explain Earth-Moon differences »

New experiments show that the asteroids that slammed into Earth and the Moon more than four billion years ago were vaporized into a mist of iron. The findings, published in Nature Geoscience, suggest that the iron mist thrown up by these high velocity impacts was fast…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »
Sports

AP Source: Peyton Manning returning for 18th NFL season (Yahoo Sports) »

Peyton Manning is taking one more shot at the silver trophy. Weeks of speculation about the five-time MVP’s future ended Wednesday with word that he’s…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »

Texas Football: 5 Longhorns Who Could Surprise People This Spring »

The Texas Longhorns begin spring practice on March 25, hoping some unexpected gems will emerge to fill the gaps on the roster. Without them, Charlie…

Mar 2 2015 / Read More »

Jimmie Johnson pulls away for another Atlanta Sprint Cup win (Yahoo Sports) »

Yet Jimmie Johnson has all but wrapped up a shot at his record-tying seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup title. Quickly establishing he’s one of the drivers…

Mar 2 2015 / Read More »
Technology

What to expect when we “spring forward” with Apple on March 9

There’s an Apple event on Monday, so it’s time to run down our list of rumors and hunches so you know what to expect from the company. Apple’s tagline for the event is “spring forward,” a less-than-subtle reference…

Mar 5 2015 / Read More »
Business

The Hero Complex: A Common, Curable Leadership Malady

When I was consulting the board of a major financial firm years ago, I was astounded to see the directors, including former heads of state along with CEOs of other companies, served on paper plates with…

Mar 5 2015 / Read More »
Politics

Meet The Falconer Who Took On The Feds, And Won

WASHINGTON — After Mike Dupuy, a master falconer in central Pennsylvania, captured three young goshawks last year, he reported the “takes” to local wildlife officials so the animals could be properly banded and applied to federal…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »
Entertainment

Emma Watson thrilled Dan Stevens will be playing Beast in Beauty and the Beast

Actress Emma Watson was confirmed a few months ago to be playing the role of Belle in a live-action version of Disney’s 1991 smash hit Beauty and the Beast and now she’s got her Beast and…

Mar 5 2015 / Read More »
Health

UCLA stem cell researchers develop promising method to treat sickle cell disease

UCLA stem cell researchers have shown that a novel stem cell gene therapy method could lead to a one-time, lasting treatment for sickle cell disease — the nation’s most common inherited blood disorder. Published March 2 in…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »
Science

Imaging a supernova with neutrinos

There are lots of ways to describe how rarely neutrinos interact with normal matter. Duke’s Kate Scholberg, who works on them, provided yet another. A 10 Mega-electron Volt gamma ray will, on average, go through 20…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »
Sports

AP Source: Peyton Manning returning for 18th NFL season (Yahoo Sports)

Peyton Manning is taking one more shot at the silver trophy. Weeks of speculation about the five-time MVP’s future ended Wednesday with word that he’s returning for an 18th season in the NFL and fourth in…

Mar 4 2015 / Read More »
Spotlight

William K. Howard’s Don’t Bet on Women

I’ve recently discovered a sassy feature that has been in the MoMA collection for more than 40 years. Don’t Bet on Women, a drawing-room comedy produced by the Fox Film Corp. in 1931, encompasses all of…

Mar 5 2015 / Read More »
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