The News Review:
- THE STORAGE NETWORK HOSTED BY MARIO APICELLA
- Cramer’s ‘Mad Money’ Recap: Spring Bling
- Apple: The first 30 years
- County studies special district for development
- Art | projo.com | The Providence Journal
THE STORAGE NETWORK HOSTED BY MARIO APICELLA
InfoWorld – Mar 30, 2006
The company opens this new product line with two units that bear telling but. The company opens this new product line with two units that bear telling but somewhat uninspired names: Emulex Storage Router 725 and 735.
Cramer’s ‘Mad Money’ Recap: Spring Bling
thestreet.com – Mar 30, 2006
Movado is a good buy because it is relatively unexploited he said adding that the company has beaten earnings estimates for the past three quarters. The nine quarters before that Movado met earnings estimates. The company is working with partners to market watches including designer labels such as Juicy Couture. And while most of the company’s money comes from wholesale sales to other retailers Cramer said they are operating 27 boutiques and 19 outlet stores. “We like the retail because it’s straight to customers so the margins are higher for Movado” he said. These retail locations are not profitable yet but he believes that they will be soon and that will mean growth… H&E maintains a fleet of trucks and earth moving equipment and it offers parts and services Cramer said. Rental rates have increased by roughly 13% and if there’s been a boom in demand for cranes then Cramer believes there’s a boom in demand for rental cranes. Fast and FuriousLast year Cramer gave viewers his “nine fast and the furious stocks” meaning the hottest most volatile stocks out there. He said that they “might not continue to be so sexy” because they were running so hot that they might crash and burn. But “momentum blew caution away and Cramer got crushed” he said adding that the average gain for the basket was 33.
Apple: The first 30 years
Macworld – Mar 30, 2006
bedroom to a spacious campus in Cupertino. How did the company get from there to here? Here are three decade?s worth of events that helped shape Apple turning it into the company we know today… Scott becomes vice chairman. July: Apple launches a TV ad campaign with talk-show host Dick Cavett as its spokesman. September: Apple?s first mass storage system the 5MB ProFile hard disk is introduced (price: $3499). hostages are freed from Iran; Walter Cronkite signs off as CBS Evening News anchor; MTV debuts. 1982 July: Apple rolls out the Apple Dot Matrix printer (price: $2195).
County studies special district for development
Online Athens – Online Athens (subscription) – Mar 30, 2006
“This area here can’t handle it” said McIntosh an area resident pointing to the intersection at Georgia Highways 124 and 211. “The infrastructure is just not able to handle the traffic it would bring. Self-service storage or mini-warehouse facilities would be barred from two highways in northern Barrow County if commissioners move forward with a proposed plan to create a special zoning district for the corridor that serves as the community gateway from Interstate 85. Some types of businesses – including sexually oriented establishments pawn shops self-service storage sites and scrap yards – would be prohibited in the corridor. Other types of businesses – including car washes and commercial businesses larger than 150000 square feet – would require a special-use permit. On Tuesday Barrow County Commissioners declined to take any action on the proposal. The measure which commissioners say will in part create aesthetically pleasing entryways into the county is expected to resurface at an April 11 commission meeting… Commercial lots must be at least one acre in size and have at least 175 feet of road frontage. In a letter to commissioners Barrow County fire Chief Mitch Kitchens also raised concerns about buildings taller than three stories in the corridor saying it will lower the county’s insurance rating. Also the department doesn’t have a ladder company and battling a blaze in a taller building would be dangerous for firefighters Kitchens said in a letter to commissioners. In addition to increased traffic McIntosh the Braselton-area resident points to the overabundance of such facilities in the area as proof that more facilities aren’t needed. “They’re building new ones for the sake of building new ones” McIntosh said. “They’re putting the cart before the horse.
Art | projo.com | The Providence Journal
Providence Journal – Mar 30, 2006
Skilled art movers deal with challenges like this all the time. When people stand before a piece of art they might wonder how the artist made it. But another question might be “How did they get that in here?”Art handlers or preparators work behind the scenes to move art between museums collectors studios and storage. Installing huge and heavy sculptures transporting 16th-century paintings or suspending steel mobiles from a gallery ceiling are challenges that require coordination and ingenuity. The work of preparators ranges from simply hanging paintings to assembling works of art from raw materials to hiring forklifts and cranes to move massive works. Richard Criddle director of fabrication and installation at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art who oversaw the elephant installation said: “Some of those art handlers wear white gloves and hang dainty paintings. I’m a rigger welder fabricator all at once… Large artworks are not the only issue for art handlers. Even small works made of delicate materials can pose problems. Ross Knight who works for Mobius an art moving company in Brooklyn N. whose clients are mainly collectors galleries and auction houses has experience with moving art made of mysterious or unusual or highly sensitive materials. “Sometimes you walk into a place and see a brown sculpture and a guy can say ‘Yeah it’s made out of dried meat. ‘ And you’re like what are we going to do with that? How are we going to move that?” said Knight who has worked as an art handler since 1998.