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Mom’s $10 Deadbolt Accessory – A Godsend says Police


The Risk of a Home Invasion has never been greater. The problem bump keys are sold online which inspired an Oregon Mom to invent $10 deadbolt accessory that stops anyone from unlocking your door. This mom discovered if the deadbolt handle is held in the locked position it can’t be unlocked and invented a durable hook & loop fabric lock called Super-Grip-Lock to do that job. It turns a deadbolt into a privacy lock that cannot be opened with any key. * Police call it a Godsend. No tools are needed. Directions are on the product. Just at... Read More »

Pfizer Prices €4,000,000,000 Debt Offering


Interest on the floating rate notes will be three month EURIBOR plus 0.20%, reset quarterly. Pfizer intends to use the net offering proceeds for general corporate purposes, including to repay a portion of its outstanding commercial paper. Pfizer intends to apply to list the notes on the New York Stock Exchange. The closing of the offering is expected to occur on March 6, 2017, subject to satisfaction of customary closing conditions. Barclays Bank PLC, BNP Paribas, Goldman, Sachs & Co. and J.P. Morgan Securities plc are acting as joint... Read More »

Shared Office Space Company to Open State of the Art Training Rooms in New York and New Jersey


WorkSocial will add a series of turnkey training rooms to its work spaces already established in key downtown locations. JERSEY CITY, N.J. - WorkSocial is expanding the services that they offer to companies and individuals in the New York and New Jersey area. In addition to the thriving turnkey offices, the shared office space company will be providing state of the art training rooms as well. "Continuous education and training is something that every thriving company needs to provide for its employees," said WorkSocial founder Natasha Moh... Read More »

Berlin Company Revolutionizes Real Estate Market


With "Digital Viewing" Always Live on Site - Even From a Distance. The Berlin-based company Accord Estates GmbH is revolutionizing the international real estate market with the introduction of its new "digital viewing service". The new service will be particularly beneficial to overseas investors, who will be able to obtain an initial assessment of a property without having to be personally on site. Many investors have busy schedules, or may have to cancel a viewing at short notice. This technical innovation provides the perfect cost effecti... Read More »

Ludiger, a digital board game has been released on iOS and Android from Liz-Arts. This game requires strategies, but easy to navigate.


Ludiger is a tactical digital board game where you can play easily and repeatedly with a deep strategy. It is a combination of ease like deformation of Japanese chess and strategy like simulation RPG game. Ludiger is a digital board game which resembles Japanese chess. It uses 5 different kinds of pieces; Sword, Wizard, Shield, Ancient God, and the basement, Ludiger. Each player has 10 pieces to destroy the basement (Ludiger) of the opponent. The board of the game is 5 x 7, which is simpler than the conventional board game, which makes it... Read More »

Intel and AT&T Dramatically Accelerate IoT Time to Market


By Dipti Vachani Internet of Things (IoT) devices utilize a wide variety of network protocols and standards to connect devices to each other and the cloud. The “always on,” highly available and secure characteristics of the cellular-based network offer many competitive advantages. However, LTE-based cellular networks traditionally require extra regulatory restrictions and several months of planning and coordination. Not to mention, the development, testing and evaluation costs for network certification could require upwards of $1 million and... Read More »

Reschedule of the Target Closing Date for the Transfer of Battery Business from Sony to Murata Manufacturing


While Murata and Sony are continuing the necessary procedures to complete the transfer, in light of the current review status of the required regulatory approvals, Murata and Sony today announced that they now aim to complete the transfer by early July 2017. The rescheduled target closing date remains subject to the receipt of the required regulatory approvals and other conditions. ... Read More »

Essential Tremor Education Center Kicks Off National Campaign


Expert educators are available to help patients and caregivers discover potential treatment options.of your press release. Orlando, FL - For those with essential tremor, searching the web for information about the appropriate tremor treatment can be frustrating. To ease that stress, The Essential Tremor Education Center is offering information to those with essential tremor to help guide them toward treatment options, with a focus on Neuravive which uses FDA-approved focused ultrasound technology for essential tremor patients who have not re... Read More »

Starbucks Helps Strengthen Communities with 100 ‘Coffee with a Cop’ Events in U.S. Stores


“Starbucks has a long-standing relationship with the police department here, so we decided to engage them with the customers who visit our stores,” he said. “Once we brought them all together, there was a greater sense of understanding on both sides and many assumptions were laid to rest.” Since September of last year, Greenlee has worked with stores in his district to host these “Coffee with a Cop” events that bring residents and police together to discuss relevant issues and find common ground. Greenlee’s efforts join hundreds of others th... Read More »

Chad Lieber from Reputation180 Discussions on How Most Lawyers Suck at Online Marketing


New York City Reputation Management Expert Chad Ian Lieber Breaks down the proper way for law firms to market to their niche audience. For the last 100 years or so, people have chosen their lawyers the very same way - they ask their friends and family for recommendations. Unfortunately, because lawyers are so bad at online marketing, people have found it difficult to rely on a referral database of Google search. Online surveys and offline benchmark surveys often give different results for the simple reason that those who generally respond... Read More »

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