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Career Nights Lead Pointers Past Lions
The Pointers shot 39 percent from the floor in the opening half.
AT&T Upgrades Network in Ohio, Launching Faster Service for Former Alltel Customers
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 50,000 former Alltel wireless customers in Ohio (Allen, Ashland, Auglaize, Coshocton, Crawford, Erie, Hancock, Hardin, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Licking, Marion, Morrow, Putnam, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Van Wert, Wayne and Wyandot counties) are seeing a change as AT&T1 launches service for them. AT&T acquired Alltel's wireless operations in ...
United Airlines Rounds Out 2014 with More than Two Dozen Awards
CHICAGO, Dec. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines continued in 2014 to create a more flyer-friendly experience for its customers, and the company ends the year with more than two dozen awards for its ...
Quinn: The commute that divides us
More and more tech workers are getting carried to work in Wi-Fi enabled shuttles, which have become symbols of gentrification and other kinds of divides.
Quinn: The shuttle effect, and the commute that divides us
More and more tech workers are getting carried to work in Wi-Fi-enabled shuttles, which have become symbols of gentrification and other kinds of divides.