The newest phone from apple, the 4th Generation Iphone (which has been nicknamed the 4G, but probably will not as it most likely does not support 4G networks yet) will be unveiled on June 7th. There has already been a lot to do about this new phone when one escaped from an apple employee as he was partying in a bar and made it into the hands of a couple of tech bloggers. Because of this, people are expecting less of a surprise in what the new Iphone features will be.
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Some students dream of interning at a small startup company, being there when it takes off, and hopefully being kept on as it fly into stardom. There has not really been a way for students to find these companies unless they happen to already know someone who is starting a company right now. StartupRoots is working to change this.
Once in a while there is a great article, and for every person that article will be different. For some this is going to be one of them, and for others you will want to just set it aside and pretend you never saw it. Don’t just read the content though. If you don’t like Obama at least listen to the message. While it ends on a note of uncertainty, who can be certain with the political climate surrounding the Middle East. The point of the article though is that whether you agree with the plans or now, reaching this point in Obama’s health care plan shows that maybe, just maybe he does know what he’s doing and can follow and shape the long game. That is what it took to get him here. If you do like Obama, this is one more thing that gives you hope for his ability to handle the Middle East.
Kingdom Hotel Investments (KHI) said it bought Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta for 48 mln usd to diversify in high-growth emerging markets.
The hotel and resort investment company said it will own an 81.9 pct stake in the hotel and that this transaction expands KHI’s portfolio in Asia to nine properties in seven countries.
Hilton Hotels, one of the world’s largest hospitality chains, plans to add 1,000 new properties outside North America over the next 10 years. Of these, 300 hotels will be in the Asia Pacific, mainly in China and India.
Hilton wants to tap into the burgeoning growth in the travel industry in this region. Hilton presently runs two hotels in Singapore – the Conrad and the Hilton. Read more