Good News for Late Gift Buyers: New Technology Lets You Procrastinate Up Until Christmas Morning


If you’ve forgotten that final present or delayed posting a package, you’ve officially missed your chance for traditional delivery in time for the holidays. But a new and growing service some retailers have adopted as a truly last-minute option gives even the worst procrastinators among us a break.

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From http://dentaleconomicsus.blogspot.com/2017/12/good-news-for-late-gift-buyers-new.html

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This Kennewick dentist has worked for years to heal smiles in Guatemala. His effort is paying off


The Tri-City Herald and Northwest Public Radio/Television spent a week in Guatemala with Kennewick dentist Bart Roach as he led a volunteer dental clinic. The Tri-City Herald and Northwest Public Radio/Television spent a week in Guatemala with Kennewick dentist Bart Roach as he led a volunteer dental clinic.

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From http://dentaleconomicsus.blogspot.com/2017/12/this-kennewick-dentist-has-worked-for.html

Regulator seeks banks’, fintech’s partnership for improved financial inclusion


The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has again called for a synergy between banks and emerging financial technology companies (Fintechs) in efforts to accelerate the progress recorded in financial inclusion project in the country.

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From http://dentaleconomicsus.blogspot.com/2017/12/regulator-seeks-banks-fintechs.html

Companies cracking down on P2P


ComputerWorld has an interesting article about companies cracking down on P2P on corporate networks — largely because of fear of lawsuits.(Sad, companies could also be afraid of wasting bandwidth, or wasting employee’s time, or even the flow of viruses. But…

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