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Syntel: Lean Operator's Slowing Sales Are Destined To Reverse

Syntel provides IT outsourcing to American companies using a mostly Indian workforce. Revenue growth has turned negative for the first time ever, underperforming peers. Growth issues largely relate to ... read more

Has the news cycle killed soaring political oratory?

The TV soundbite, the press conference, the never-ending round of interviews on 24-hour news channels; they have come for the political speech like a great swarm of Hyundais, and they have priced it o... read more

Still harboring doubts about the mysterious stroller incident

Later tests on the train doors found them to be in good working order. The train operator, a six-year veteran who has been suspended without pay pending an agency investigation, said she'd followed pr... read more

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Judge finds fault with fixies

On June 1, 2006 Portland bike messenger Ayla Holland was given a ticket for allegedly violating Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 815.280(2)(a) which states, A bicycle must be equipped with a brake that en... read more


ProMetic Life Sciences' (PFSCF) CEO Pierre Laurin on Q3 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

[Operator Instructions ... cost associated with commercially destined plasminogen will migrate away from the R&D line and into the finished goods inventory on the balance sheet and to cost of goods so... read more

Obama and Kerry on Ukraine, War in Afghanistan Hits Peak Unpopularity, Rand Paul Urges Voting Rights for Felons: P.M. Links

Missouri's attorney general wants the power to indefinitely detain sex offenders. Who cares about Constitutional rights, by Jove, we've got to do this for the children. Get Reason.com and Reason 24/7 ... read more

McCain's Risky Turn

There is a scene early in "Dead Certain," Robert Draper's book about President Bush, when the Bush campaign, reeling from its loss to John McCain in New Hampshire in the 2000 primary, is plotting its ... read more

We've nothing to fear but our sense of certainty

We have nothing to fear but our fearless sense of certainty. It might be the end of us. What, after all is the good of a conversation that pits intractable opposites without hope of finding common gro... read more

Karl Giberson strikes back!

Perhaps you remember Karl — I ripped into an interview he did a while back. Well, “ripped into” is probably the wrong phrase — I pointed out several things I thought were quite good, and then tore up ... read more

Equipment report

Imabe of America has announced the sale and planned installation of three pieces of equipment ... our successful implementation of the Caterpillar Production System and Lean manufacturing. In addition ... read more

Aviation Week & Space Technology

An EADS-India contract worth a relatively small $20 million poses fundamental questions for the new U.S. administration regarding a multibillion-dollar fighter competition. Europe’s EADS is near closi... read more

Faith, Justice, and Society

destined to make massive mistakes. The best we can hope for is that we’re in a community of people that continually remind us that, in fact, we don’t understand everything and we are not the center of ... read more



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