Dove ad viewed more than 3 million times on YouTube

Saturday, November 4, 2006 An advertisement for Dove beauty products has been viewed by well over three million people, without ever being on television. A copywriter from Ogilvy Toronto, the advertising agency that created a spot named “evolution”, uploaded the advertisement to video sharing website YouTube. While the official upload of the ad itself has…

Copiapó, Chile mining accident: in depth

Wednesday, October 13, 2010 The rescue of the Chilean miners trapped in the San José Mine in Copiapó, codenamed Operación San Lorenzo (San Lorenzo Operation), began on Tuesday night, at around 20:00 local time (23:00 UTC). Florencio Ávalos was the first miner to be rescued, at 00:12 local time (03:12 UTC) on Wednesday. He was…

News briefs:July 14, 2010

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Obama to suspend Arctic oil drilling

Thursday, May 27, 2010 According to Democratic Senator Mark Begich from Alaska, the U.S. Department of the Interior has decided to halt all new Arctic exploratory oil drilling applications until 2011. The response is believed to be caused in part by the two current oil spill disasters (that of the Deepwater Horizon Incident and more…

The Basics Of A Cubicle Track

Click Here For More Specific Information On: Rope Galore byAlma Abell In hospitals and office cubicles around the world, separation of space is often accomplished through the hanging of curtains. Once, ropes or wires were sufficient to hold the various fabrics and materials that provided privacy. Today, a cubicle track can easy to maintain and…

Category:Bankruptcy

This is the category for bankruptcy, legally recognized inability of a person or organization to pay its debts. This category is appropriate when an article concerns some entity entering, operating under, or leaving bankruptcy; and when an article concerns changing bankruptcy laws. Consider carefully if it is appropriate in cases where an entity did something…