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|Lents passes the leadership torch to Pritchard at Byran Cave - Biz Journal - St Louis NEW!|
Popeye's franchisee plans 10 area restaurants, starting with East End ... - Biz Journal - Louisville NEW!
Therese Pritchard has officially replaced Don Lents as chairman of the Bryan Cave law firm.Pritchard, a partner in the Washington, D.C., office, is the first woman to lead the international firm. Lents has been a long-time partner in the St. Louis office.Bryan Cave, with annual revenue of $643 million in 2013 and 1,100 lawyers in 24 offices, announced in December that Lents would step down as chairman in October and remain a practicing partner in St. Louis. As we recounted then, the firm hadâ€¦
How much could Kentucky gain if it legalized marijuana? - Biz Journal - Louisville NEW!
Bill Mann bought the five Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen stores in Louisville four years ago as a business he could invest in with his son, Blake Mann.Now, he has plans to expand â€” without his progeny. Bill Mann has partnered with Rodney Kistner and Neal Harding to open an additional 10 stores in Louisville, the first of which will open in Middletown this Sunday."We are really pumped. We are really excited," Mann said. "We are not done in Louisville."The 3,600-square-foot store will employ aboutâ€¦
Why is actor and model Antonio SabĂ to Jr. spending a month in Louisvi... - Biz Journal - Louisville NEW!
A recent study says Kentucky could earn about $30 million per year if it legalized marijuana. NerdWallet, a personal finance website in San Francisco, estimates legal marijuana sales would earn the United States about $3 billion a year in tax revenue. The study calculated each state's market size, the estimated number of marijuana users in the state, and the state and local tax rate, according to "Cannabis Cash: How Much Could Your State Make?"Kentucky's potential earnings from legalization landsâ€¦
Next Ferrari chief focuses on F1 - The Southern NEW!
Patrick and Rachel Mahoney sat at home Wednesday morning, waiting.They were told that actor and model Antonio SabĂ to Jr. and his crew might or might not knock on the door of their house in the Highlands by 8 a.m.SabĂ to is the host of the new home-renovation television show "Fix It & Finish It."Patrick Mahoney, 30, a personal trainer at Proformance, and his wife Rachel Mahoney, 24, an accountant at Blue & Co. LLC, said they applied to be on the show because their outdated front porch was inâ€¦
PARIS (AP) â€” The incoming boss of Ferrari has one "very high" priority: getting his cars back on top of the Formula One podium.
|Google Play Newsstand gets a Material Design makeover - PC World NEW!|
From 53 kilobytes of RAM in 1953 - Wired 1 hour ago
Google Play Newsstand is the next Android app getting its Material Design makeover. Google's news reader follows the company's design trend with a flatter aesthetic, playful animations, and a card-based organization system.Â The story behind the story: Material Design is what Google calls its new visual approach to Android and the company's apps and services. It emphasizes a flatter design, with heavy images and layering content to assist with navigation.Google has been slowly updating its core apps during the last few months, with Chrome and Google+ sporting the new look. Android L, which is scheduled for release this fall, is heavily reworked to match the new design scheme.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Computer repair: Prepare your PC for a trip to the shop - PC World 1 hour ago
“In March of 1953 there were 53 kilobytes of high-speed random-access memory on planet Earth.” This line from George Dyson’s Turing’s Cathedral makes it clear how far we have come since computing’s dawn. My own laptop now has more than 100,000 times the RAM of the entire planet less than a century ago. While I […] The post From 53 kilobytes of RAM in 1953 appeared first on WIRED.
LG might bring WebOS to smartwatches - PC World 1 hour ago
Peggie Oliver needs to send her computer out for repairs. She wants to know what she should do with it first.Your computer contains important information, much of it private. The people who will repair it may need to alter Windows, which generally requires access to your password-protected administrator account. They're probably honest, but you can't count on that. And even if they're honest, they may still wipe your hard drive out of necessity or incompetence.But with the right precautions, taking your PC on a service trip shouldn't result in a disaster.[Have a tech question? Ask PCWorld Contributing Editor Lincoln Spector. Send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.]To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Why Windows 10 isn't named 9: Windows 95 legacy code? - PC World 1 hour ago
WebOS may get yet another lease on life, with signs that LG is eying the operating system for smartwatches.Evidence of WebOS for smartwatches turned up on LG's developer website, where it was spotted by The Verge. But the pages were light on details, and LG has since removed them. The company then told The Verge that â€śthere are many initiatives going on at LG at any given moment. The majority of them never see the light of day.â€ťWhat it means: At this point, the prospect of a WebOS smartwatch is more amusing than intriguing. The operating system is now on its third owner since 2008, having been built by Palm,Â acquired by HP and finally flipped to LG last year. While the version of WebOS that LG built for televisions is slick, it's barely recognizable as the operating system that powered Palm's final run of smartphones.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Microsoft puzzled the world on Tuesday when it said the version of Windows to succeed Windows 8.1 would be dubbedÂ Windows 10â€”jumping right over version 9.At the Windows 10 debut, Microsoft said it "wouldn't be right" to call the new version Windows 9 given its importanceâ€”a claim that pretty much no one swallowed. Even for Microsoft's notoriously bizarre marketing history skipping the number 9 entirely is just plain weird.But now a far more plausible answer has surfaced to the question "Why Windows 10?" A Redditor named cranbourne, who claims to be a Microsoft developer (though it's unsubstantiated), says rumors inside the company point to legacy software as the main reason for shooting straight for ten.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
|French government seeks more museum opening hours - AP NEW!|
Ukraine wary of fragile peace as patriotism surges - AP NEW!
PARIS (AP) -- If the Socialist government gets its way, visitors to France's three most touristic museums - the Louvre, the Musee d'Orsay and Versailles Palace - may get to visit seven days a week in coming years....
UN report details human rights abuses committed by ISIS as battles rag... - Fox News NEW!
BOYARKA, Ukraine (AP) -- Since Ukraine's conflict with Russia erupted, Oleksandr Federenko has gone from village kid to army cadet, trading computer games for knife-throwing classes and morning marches. He is only 13....
Will ancient tomb turn Turkey against ISIS? - CNN NEW!
Islamic State militants in Iraq have committed â€śgross human rights abusesâ€ť that may amount to war crimes or crimes against humanity, including the forced recruitment of children and the abduction of girls to be sold as sex slaves, according to a U.N. report released Thursday.
Hong Kong police, protesters brace for conflict - AP NEW!
As ISIS militants close on Turkey, a NATO member and U.S. ally, its Parliament is expected to vote today on whether to join the fight against the militants.
HONG KONG (AP) -- Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters prepared face masks and goggles and police brought in supplies of tear gas and other riot gear as tensions grew Thursday in a standoff outside of the government headquarters....