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Top 10 Cities For New Grads Seeking Green Jobs
We’re excited that Denver made the list, and by the company we’re keeping! clashcultureparadigm: Ready to graduate but have no idea what you’re doing next? Green-collar jobs, or jobs with eco-friendly companies are becoming more and more popular for graduates. If you’re looking for a job in one of these fields check out these cities! Click Here for more info (Seattle’s not...
The CDC on How to Prepare for the Zombie... →
There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e.
ShortFormBlog: LinkedIn's massive IPO: One of the... →
shortformblog: $45 LinkedIn’s price per share when it launched its IPO this morning $83 the company’s price per share now — that’s right, it nearly doubled in price $352M the amount the company has earned from its IPO today source » A really impressive start for social media: LinkedIn, the first social media company on the stock market, sets the stage for what could be an impressive...
Amazon says e-book sales surpass printed books →
Amazon.com says it’s selling more electronic books than printed books, less than four years after it started selling e-books.
United apologizes for reusing 9/11 flight numbers →
The Associated Press: United Airlines apologized Wednesday for briefly restarting use of flight numbers of two planes that crashed after being hijacked by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001.
The official "oops" recognition from the Secret... →
weatherbird: “An employee with access to the Secret Service’s Twitter account, who mistakenly believed they were on their personal account, posted an unapproved and inappropriate tweet,” Special Agent in Charge Edwin M. Donovan said in a statement to ABC News. “The tweet did not reflect the views of the U.S. Secret Service and it was immediately removed. We apologize for this mistake, and the...
Colorado locale makes list of "10 Great Cities for... →
From The Gazette: Kiplinger crafted the list by looking at the state of the economy, along with “factors of interest to the post-grad set,” such as rent affordability, access to public transportation, overall cost of living, culture, nightlife and the percentage of people ages 20 to 24.
Colorado tries to limit spread of equine herpes... →
Reporter Joey Bunch writes: While it can’t be spread to humans, the highly contagious virus has spooked officials who have canceled horse shows and sales across the West. Horses are not being allowed to enter or leave Colorado State University’s Equine Sciences Center, the Fort Collins animal hospital.
Colorado state Sen. Suzanne Williams not indicted... →
A Hartley County, Texas, grand jury has decided not to indict Colorado Sen. Suzanne Williams in connection to a fatal accident last December, according to the Associated Press.
Treasury warns of "catastrophic" damage to U.S. in... →
Allison Sherry reports: If Congress fails to raise the nation’s debt ceiling, it would spark “catastrophic and far-reaching damage” to the economy with the federal government likely defaulting on its current obligations, which could affect everything from the housing market to people’s 401k accounts to credit card interest rates.