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Apple, Amazon and Google, according to The Guardian. Citing an analysis by Georgetown University, the publication reported that the hundreds of thousands of congregations across the U.S. collectively are equivalent to the 15th largest national economy in the world. The analysis calculated the $1.2 trillion figure by..."/>
BRIEF: Religion in U.S. worth $1.2 trillion a year, news website says [NOLA Media Group, New Orleans]
Oracle today announced that it will hold its Financial Analyst Meeting at Oracle ® OpenWorld San Francisco, Thursday, September 22, 2016. Oracle's Financial Analyst Meeting will be webcast live beginning at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time via the Investor Relations homepage at www.oracle.com/investor. About Oracle Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services."/>
ORACLE FINANCIAL ANALYST MEETING TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 22, 2016
LeoNovus Inc. announces that it has received $330,000 from the sale of a software license to Soft Machines Inc. Soft Machines was then itself reportedly bought by Intel Corp in the last few days. The $330,000 non-dilutive inflow of cash is the first tranche of a previously announced expected inflow of approximately 1.3 M CDN$. The company expects the remaining $1 M from director and corporate loans to be received by the end of October 2016.."/>
LeoNovus Receives $330,000 For License Sale
General Dynamics Corp. subsidiary will lay off 60 employees in Colorado Springs on Oct. 16 after it lost a contract to provide support to the Defense Intelligence Agency's Enterprise Service Desk. General Dynamics Information Technology Inc. notified the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment last month that it will shut down the operation at 8610 Explorer Drive, Suite 215, but that the new contractor may offer jobs to "some of the affected employees" and it also..."/>
General Dynamics subidiary to close 60-person office in Colorado Springs [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)]
First Global Data Limited would like to advise that on Thursday June 24, the TSX Venture Exchange halted trading of First Global stock on the Exchange. This halt trade was a result of the Company not meeting a deadline to provide certain information to the Exchange on or before Wednesday June 23, 2016.. The Company had requested an extension to Monday June 27 due to key persons traveling on business at the time of the deadline's establishment."/>
First Global clarifies reason for halt trade
Red Hat to open Fort Point office. Raleigh, N.C.-based open source software company Red Hat Inc. confirmed yesterday that it has signed a lease to open a 40,000- square-foot location at 300 A St. in South Boston's Fort Point neighborhood. The new facility, which will have 100 to 150 employees, will be the first East Coast location for Red Hat Open Innovation Labs, with an executive briefing center and an engineering lab."/>
Boston Herald The Ticker column [Boston Herald]
Apple geeks tomorrow. Along with the scheduled release of iPhone 7 models and the Apple Watch Series 2, Apple is debuting its latest retail store at Ridgedale Center. The mall had an Apple store before, but it moved to a new location, and has an updated look and feel."/>
BRIEF: Apple's Ridgedale store reopens tomorrow in new spot [Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.]
Apple's iPhone 7 with trade-in deals from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Also, cool off with BOGO free Slurpees at 7- Eleven and get free Starbucks K-Cup samples and free eGift cards, too."/>
Freebie Friday: Free Apple iPhone 7, free Slurpees, free Starbucks coffee and gift cards [Sun Sentinel]
Chicago Tribune Rex Huppke column [Chicago Tribune]
Intel is back in the iPhone. The iPhone 7 went on sale Friday and tech whizzes immediately went to work dissecting it to see what's inside. And, as widely expected, some models of the new phone include modems from Intel."/>
Intel wireless chips turn up in iPhone 7 [The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.]
Intel boosted its third-quarter revenue forest by $700 million Friday, saying PC sales are running stronger than expected. The world's largest chipmaker also said it expects to be more profitable in the quarter than it had projected."/>
Intel boosts outlook on surprising PC sales [The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.]
Lifestyle Communities broke ground Thursday on a 128- unit luxury apartment complex for seniors that's beside the Maine Turnpike and across from the Maine Mall. The $34 million Sable Lodge is being built at 74 Running Hill Road, said Kelly Jo Hinrichs, Resort Lifestyle Communities' spokeswoman. The 10- acre site is next to the Fairchild Semiconductor office complex and a long tee shot from the Sable Oaks Golf Club."/>
BRIEF: Nebraska company starts building luxury 55-plus complex near Maine Mall [Portland Press Herald, Maine]
TIO Networks Corp., today announced that it made the 2016 PROFIT 500 list with five-year revenue growth of 125%. This is the sixth year in a row TIO has been listed among the country's most successful growth companies on the PROFIT 500 and PROFIT 200, with revenue growth each year exceeding 100 per cent year-over-year. Canadian Business and PROFIT ranked TIO Networks No. 382 on the 28 th annual PROFIT 500. Published in the October issue of Canadian..."/>
TIO Networks Named One of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies for Sixth Consecutive Year
MediaTek-enabled smartphone for Sprint launched today, breaking new ground for MediaTek in the U.S. market. This marks MediaTek's first premium chipset offered in a device on a major U.S. carrier network. Sprint introduced the LG X power™ which features the MediaTek helio P10 chipset for its high-performance, power efficiency and compact size to allow for a slim, stylish device design."/>
First MediaTek-Powered Smartphone Introduced by Sprint
Fabrinet has acquired UK-based electronics maker Exception Global CEM Solutions Ltd., the company said. Total consideration for the transaction was approximately USD 13.5 m in cash. Fabrinet anticipates that the transaction will have an immaterial impact on revenue and net income in 1 Q17."/>
Fabrinet Acquires Exception UK Electronics Manufacturing Firm Global CEM Solutions for USD 13m
Accenture has opened Future Camp, a new space dedicated to promoting digital innovation, design thinking and innovative concepts that can deliver tangible business results through rapid prototyping and liquid development. At Future Camp, which is located in Kronberg, Germany, clients, Accenture experts, technology providers and startups can all work together to share, develop and test ideas for digital innovation. Accenture has also launched a new Liquid..."/>
Accenture Opens Future Camp to Help Clients Take Advantage of Innovative Concepts to Drive Business Results
Demand Media, Inc., a diversified internet company comprised of several media and marketplace properties, announced today that it has acquired The Other Art Fair, the U.K.’ s leading art fair for discovering emerging artists. The Other Art Fair will complement Demand Media’ s leading online art gallery marketplace, Saatchi Art."/>
Demand Media Acquires U.K.’s Leading Emerging Art Fair, Complementing Saatchi Art’s Online Presence with The Other Art Fair’s Offline Art World

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