Monthly Archives: January 2016

By Nicholas Hastings

Greece did it. Portugal has done it. And now Spain, the eurozone’s fourth largest economy, may be about to do it: reject the austerity measures imposed on it as a condition of the financial bailout it needed after the financial

Running out of space on your Samsung Galaxy S6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P or other Android phone? With no memory card to expand the storage, it’s very common to fill up the on-board storage fast, so here’s how to delete unnecessary junk and free up space for your apps and media, in just a few easy steps. Step one: Check your storage

To find out how much storage you actually have left on your Galaxy S6 or Nexus phone, head to your phone’s settings and then scroll down to ‘Storage’. In here you’ll see an exact break-down of how much space you’re

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Business: Spectrum Health is opening occupational health clinic in Greenville, Michigan

Let’s Talk About It: Change occurs when you’re aware, understand and share … Superintendent’s Corner: Read to and read with your child … Business: Spectrum Health is opening occupational health clinic in Greenville, Michigan … Let’s Talk About It: Change

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Friday, December 11, 2015

The National Futures Association (NFA) has issued Notice I-15-28, which discusses the legal entity identifiers (LEIs) that are now being used in the NFA’s swap dealer/major swap participant registry (SD/MSP Registry). The SD/MSP Registry provides a single, consolidated listing of

Mary Reynolds, left, worked to get Medicaid coverage for the children of her ex-husband, Andy Rausch, right, while he was hospitalized in July. The complicated applications were approved after four months

ANDY MARSO HEARTLAND HEALTH MONITOR The Kansas Legislature’s auditors say that the rollout of the computer system the state now uses to process Medicaid applications was long delayed in part because the contractor’s software required numerous modifications. State officials say

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The future of cycling in the UK was dealt a bad hand when George Osborne’s Spending Review revealed a new commitment of £300m to cycling investment to 2020/21. While that might sound like a lot, it equates to around £1.40 per person per year in England (outside of London), and a significant step backwards from previous commitments to minimum funding of £10 per person per year. To put this in perspective, the average investment in the Netherlands is around €30 (£22) per person per year

But while the UK government may be limiting the chances for British cities to become the most cycle-friendly in the world, across the globe many metropolises are taking huge steps to improve conditions for people on bikes. One Danish study

Morning commuters walk across a pedestrian crossing in Tokyo on Dec. 10. Once people fall into the wrong side of the country’s rigid labor system, it is harder to get a traditional job-for-life. | BLOOMBERG

Shuhei Takebe graduated from a prestigious university in Japan. It qualified him to become a day laborer. After three years of part-time work at rock concerts and baseball games, Takebe, 25, is attending a job training program in an attempt

UPCOMING DEADLINE: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Reminds Shareholders of Flotek Industries Inc. of Pendency of Class Action Lawsuit and a Lead Plaintiff Deadline of January 11, 2016 – FTK

UPCOMING DEADLINE: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Reminds Shareholders of Flotek Industries Inc. of Pendency of Class Action Lawsuit and a Lead Plaintiff Deadline of January 11, 2016 – FTK NEW YORK, Jan. 04, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The following statement

NEW YORK (AP) — Companies around the world spent a record $5.03 trillion on acquisitions in 2015, according to Dealogic, as slow worldwide economic growth and low interest rates pushed companies to combine forces

Corporate deal making has roared back to life as the Great Recession has faded from view. Dealogic says the value of global deals rose more than 30 percent in 2014 and again in 2015. The highest price tag came in

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A COFFEE morning is to be held in Whiston next week. The event will take place on Monday, January 4, between 10am and 12pm, in St Mildred’s Church. Refreshments will be available, for which donations can be made, along with

The £20 million southern entrance to Leeds Station has been officially opened, serving new… Read more

The world is an ever-smaller place, and the rail industry is increasingly being dominated… Read more The railway industry’s suppliers were kept busy recently as two major organisations held their… Read more Canterbury, Lourdes, Glastonbury, Santiago de Compostela and Berlin.

After years of drug addiction, homelessness, and prison time, Kody Jenkins held onto his dream of playing college basketball. Today, he’s living it, at the age of 32. Hear his story, in his own words, on today’s podcast (Hear a snippet of his interview on SoundCloud at bsun. md/rs-26). Also, Supreme Court historian Melvin Urofsky talks about Justice Antonin Scalia’s sharp tongue, and librarian Paula Gallagher reviews “It’s. Nice. Outside.” To start, a recap of the second week of the William Porter trial with Sun reporter Justin Fenton. | Photo credit: John Waire, The WaireHouse

In this podcast: 1:41: Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton reviews the second week of trial for William G. Porter, the first Baltimore police officer to be tried in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. 15:03: “I fell in love

A recent report making the rounds is claiming that Windows 10 — an OS with a significant number of privacy issues — automatically implements full disk encryption, at least on new and compatible hardware, and then stores the recovery key in the cloud unless specifically told not to do so. (Note that this only applies to consumers; business and enterprise users that connect to a domain will have their keys uploaded to that location instead.)

The Intercept strongly implies that this is a new feature, introduced in Windows 10. In fact, this capability (Microsoft refers to it as “device encryption”), isn’t new. Microsoft first introduced the capability with Windows RT and Windows Phone 8. It

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