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Painting Likely by Renaissance Great Ignored for Generations

October 5, 2016 |

High up in a corner of a 300-year-old house in Scotland, unnoticed, hung a painting by a Renaissance master worth more than $ 25 million. It’s getting a lot more attention now. The Guardian reports the painting by Raphael, famous Italian artist and ninja turtle namesake, was discovered by art historian…
Newser

Prosecutor: Pacific Gas ignored regulations to cut costs

June 17, 2016 |

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. ignored pipeline safety regulations to cut costs and tried to cover up its illegal practices by misleading federal officials investigating a deadly explosion of one of its natural gas pipelines in the San Francisco Bay Area, a federal prosecutor said Friday as a criminal…


L.A. Times – Business

VA whistleblower claims crimes being ignored, covered up at Miami hospital

May 23, 2014 |

VA POLICE OFFICER Thomas Fiore, left, claims administrators at the hospital in Miami where he works are covering up crimes occurring at the facility, including physical abuse of patients and drug dealing, and attempts he made to report wrongdoing were ignored.

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    Alibaba’s IPO Means Consumer Tech Innovations From Asia Can’t Be Ignored Anymore

    May 7, 2014 |

    Map by Flickr User Applied Nomadology Asia’s tech companies still have a reputation in the West for being copycats. But Alibaba’s massive IPO is proof that consumer tech innovations from Asia can no longer be ignored. Alibaba finally filed for its highly anticipated initial public offering this afternoon. The IPO is widely expected to surpass the $ 16.4 billion raised in 2012 by Facebook. The public offering means… Read More
    TechCrunch