The Wall Street Transcript Oil And Gas Report: Ratings Upgrade For Oil And Gas Equities – John P. Herrlin Jr …
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THE HAGUE, Netherlands – The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that forcing a 13-year-old boy to relinquish a virtual mask and amulet in an online game amounted to real-world theft. The Netherlands’ highest court confirmed Tuesday that a boy who threatened the 13-year-old with a knife to make him drop the objects in the online fantasy game RuneScape was guilty of theft and ordered him to perform 144 hours of community service. The court did not release the suspect’s name, only his year of birth — 1992
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Demand Media Inc said on Monday that three executives left the online media and advertising company to pursue other business opportunities. Larry Fitzgibbon resigned as executive vice president of the company on January 27, according to a regulatory filing late Monday
Netflix’s stock jumped as the company’s Q4 2011 results showed net subscriber losses reverting back to net growth. During the result announcement, management shed some light on its broader strategy including plans to be a pure-play subscription and not offering à la cart services, spending less on DVD marketing and continuing to invest more in original programming for its streaming services. The latter part of its strategy is somewhat influenced by Time Warner’s premium movie channel HBO, which spends about 40% of its budget on original programming
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney’s lead over rival Newt Gingrich edged up to 12 percentage points in Florida, according to Reuters/Ipsos online poll results on Sunday, as Romney’s front-runner status stabilized and Gingrich continued to slip. Romney, a former Massachusetts governor and private equity executive, was supported by 42 percent of likely Florida voters surveyed in the online three-day tracking poll, just down from 43 percent in the same poll on Saturday
When volunteers return home from service with The Peace Corps, they often want to stay in touch with fellow Corps members. Can social media help them do that? Yes, says Erica Burman, director of communications at The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House hopeful Mitt Romney widened his lead over rival Newt Gingrich to 11 percentage points in Florida, according to Reuters/Ipsos online poll results on Saturday, up from 8 points a day earlier, as he cemented his front-runner status in the Republican nomination race. With just three days remaining before Florida’s Republican primary, Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, led Gingrich, a former speaker of the U.S