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More than 2,200 confirmed dead in Nepalese earthquake - Dodge Globe
Sleeping in the streets and shell-shocked, Nepalese cremated the dead and dug through rubble for the missing Sunday, a day after a massive Himalayan earthquake killed more than 2,200 people. Aftershocks tormented them, making buildings sway and sending ...
Why Google+ failed, according to Google insiders (GOOG) - Dodge Globe
Last month, Google announced that it's changing up its strategy with Google+. In a sense, it's giving up on pitching Google+ as a social network aimed at competing with Facebook. Instead, Google+ will become two separate pieces: Photos and Streams.
The market is getting nervous about something experts are struggling to define - Dodge Globe
Right now, people in markets are worried about one big thing: liquidity. But there's a problem: no one is exactly sure how to define or measure it. This week, Peter Hooper and his team at Deutsche Bank wrote a big report dissecting the subject of liquidity ...
A great way to look at the tech bubble from a guy that survived the last one - Dodge Globe
Today, Dave Goldberg is known as the CEO of hot startup SurveyMonkey, worth $2 billion as of December when it raised a $250 million round to cash out early investors. But during the Internet bubble of the late 1990's he was known as the CEO of Launch Media ...
Japan farmers cultivate rice's mystique as barrier to deal - Dodge Globe
WASHINGTON — A powerful lobby stands in the way of two of the world's biggest economies completing a trade deal: Japanese rice farmers. Rice is the island-nation's staple grain and a powerful symbol of self-sufficiency. It is also among the thorniest ...
Scientists find missing link in Yellowstone plumbing: This giant volcano is very much alive - Dodge Globe
Yellowstone National Park is the home of one of the world's largest volcanoes, one that is quiescent for the moment but is capable of erupting with catastrophic violence at a scale never before witnessed by human beings. In a big eruption, Yellowstone ...
Law snakebitten by Venom - Dodge Globe
Second half turnovers and missed chances ended up costing the Dodge City Law not only a 44-43 setback to the Amarillo Venom; it allowed the team to lose some of their grip when it comes to the Champions Indoor Football league regular season title and ...
Here's the Story Behind That Talking Scorpion on Orphan Black - Dodge Globe
The Clone Club's newest member may look deadly, but is actually rather comforting. On Orphan Blackthis season, Helena (Tatiana Maslany) has been a prisoner at the mercy of Project Castor, but she hasn't been lonely despite being separated from her sestras.
Protesters in tense standoff with police in Baltimore - Dodge Globe
A tense standoff between protesters and police continues downtown with officers and Freddie Gray demonstrators. Officers in riot gear with batons are pushing the crowd back. Some protesters have run toward the line of officers, which also includes several ...
Protests in Baltimore over man's death in police custody - Dodge Globe
BALTIMORE — Protesters who have been holding demonstrations almost daily this week over the death of Freddie Gray are promising their biggest march yet a day after the Baltimore Police Department acknowledged that it failed to get him the medical ...
Sellard records two feature wins at DCRP - Dodge Globe
Bucklin's Clay Sellard completed a rare feat Saturday night at Dodge City Raceway Park. Sellard opened the performance by claiming the 20-lap IMCA modified feature that had been postponed last the season opening racing two weeks earlier; then was able to ...
Amazon's true brilliance shone this week in a tale of three clouds (AMZN) - Dodge Globe
This was earnings week in the tech industry, but the one report everybody was waiting for came out on Thursday. That's when Amazon broke out detailed financial results from Amazon Web Services, its cloud computing business, for the first time. That's when ...
Special Olympics to hold track and field meet today - Dodge Globe
The Special Olympics Kansas will be holding the West Region track and field meet at Memorial Stadium today. Opening ceremonies will begin at 10:30 a.m. with running events starting at 11 a.m. and field events at 1 p.m. Closing ceremonies will be at 3:30 p ...
Robin Williams spent most of 'Good Will Hunting' reading his lines in different celebrities' voices - Dodge Globe
The late, great Robin Williams was often known to go off script and improvise like no other. It was his attitude that often contributed to the film veering off script during rehearsals and production. "He was constantly improvising," co-star Stellan ...
9 ways Google’s smartwatches are better than the Apple Watch (AAPL, GOOG) - Dodge Globe
With new market research showing that Apple managed to sell more watches in a single day than Android Wear did in a year, it's easy to dismiss Google's smartwatch software as a bust. But there are still some big reasons why an Android Wear watch is a ...