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Mom Claims Popular Clothing Chain Copied Her Second Grader’s T Shirt Design

Mom Claims Popular Clothing Chain Copied Her Second Grader’s T Shirt Design

A Mahhattan mother is alleging that a popular children’s clothing chain blatantly copied and took advantage of her young daughter by coping her winning t shirt contest design. The mother,…

Inside NII Holdings’ Recently-Filed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Inside NII Holdings’ Recently-Filed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

On Monday, Sept. 15, NII Holdings Inc., the primary mobile carrier throughout Latin America, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York City. According to the Wall Street Journal,…

Sudden Deluge Leaves Americans in the Southwest Waterlogged, Shell-shocked

Sudden Deluge Leaves Americans in the Southwest Waterlogged, Shell-shocked

A sudden deluge buffeting the American Southwest has left towns and cities from Utah to Arizona stunned. Bountiful, Utah was bathed in 1.69 inches of rain in a single day.…

Home Improvement Data Startup, Porch, Grows Quickly Thanks to Innovative Features

Home Improvement Data Startup, Porch, Grows Quickly Thanks to Innovative Features

It’s been less than a year since home improvement data startup Porch launched nationally, and already, the company is sporting a new CTO — Jason Allen, hired from Amazon —…

HVAC Industry Expresses Concern Over Home Automation Technology Standardization

HVAC Industry Expresses Concern Over Home Automation Technology Standardization

This past June, American Family Insurance and Microsoft Corp. said that they would be launching a business accelerator for tech companies working in the home automation industry — an industry…

52 Lives Raises Money to Provide Birmingham Man with New Dentures

52 Lives Raises Money to Provide Birmingham Man with New Dentures

Victor Boglin’s smile got brighter last month thanks to a new set of dentures and non-profit organization 52 Lives. For the past two years, the 25-year-old Birmingham, Alabama resident has…

Tulsa Dentist Accused of Infecting Patients in Unsanitary Office Surrenders License

Tulsa Dentist Accused of Infecting Patients in Unsanitary Office Surrenders License

Oklahoma oral surgeon Dr. Scott Harrington has seen his last patient. As of Friday, the Oklahoma Board of Dentistry voted to accept the permanent surrender of his license in light…

Retaining Wall On the Brink of Collapse, City Turns Blind Eye

Retaining Wall On the Brink of Collapse, City Turns Blind Eye

One of the great mysteries of water is that it manages to find the shortest course through just about any material. Yet for one city in Montana, this mystery is…

A Push for Native-Plant Growing

A Push for Native-Plant Growing

A landscape design isn’t all about the showy, colorful flowers and making sure the grass is a luscious green color all year round. Sometimes a landscape can be designed for…

Facebook Video Consumption Jumps by 50% in Four Months

Facebook Video Consumption Jumps by 50% in Four Months

Facebook Inc announced September 8 that Facebook users now view more than 1 billion videos per day via its social media platform. This is a steep rise, a 50% increase…