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Diane Mastrull, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Monday, April 7, 2014, 1:08 AM
Gray Saucony sneakers with neon-orange laces have replaced the fashion pumps that served as Hilary Ryans power shoes on Wall Street.
Gone, too, is the six-figure salary she collected at asset manager AllianceBernstein...
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On "Nerd" Street, Baseball Hack Day draws few philly.com
Amelia Brust, Inquirer Staff WriterLast updated: Monday, April 7, 2014, 1:08 AMPosted: Monday, April 7, 2014, 12:35 AM
PHILADELPHIA One of Philly Tech Weeks new events had a shaky start Sunday, but it wasnt a complete strikeout.
Baseball Hack Day, a Boston event brought to Philadelphia...
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Oscar Pistorius trial: Blade Runner set to take the stand brisbanetimes
5:14pm: Foreign correspondents covering the case have also used the worlds camera to protest the unlawful detention of Australian-born journalist Peter Greste and two colleagues in Egypt.
Foreign Corrs protest outside #OscarPistorius court this morning over...
Sloppy effort costs Phillies philly.com
Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist Posted: Monday, April 7, 2014, 1:08 AM
CHICAGO - Much to prove was Jonathan Papelbons mantra early Saturday evening after the Phillies had won their second straight game over the Chicago Cubs and popped their heads above .500, a view they rarely enjoyed...
McBride leads Notre Dame in women's final San Francisco Chronicle
NASHVILLE - Kayla McBride seemingly did whatever she wanted and enjoyed herself while she did it.
The All-America senior guard shed defenders with behind-the-back dribbles and quick crossovers before scoring. She set the tone, refusing to let Notre Dames pursuit...
Montgomery's assistant, ex-aide in running for Cal job San Francisco Chronicle
A current and a former assistant coach on different Mike Montgomery staffs are candidates to succeed him as Cals basketball coach.
Montgomerys choice for the job, top aide Travis DeCuire, was interviewed by athletic director Sandy Barbour at the Final Four in...
Mickey Rooney, actor whose career spanned 80 years, dies San Francisco Chronicle
Mickey Rooney, the exuberant entertainer who led a roller-coaster life - the worlds top box-office star at 19 as the irrepressible Andy Hardy, a bankrupt has-been in his 40s, a comeback kid on Broadway as he neared 60 - died on Sunday. He was 93 and lived in Westlake...
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India's GPS alternative launches second satellite The Register
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India has launched its second navigation satellite, the daintily-named IRNSS-1B.
IRNSS is an acronym for “Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System” and the name is noteworthy because the planned...
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