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Hang Seng...28016.34...+744.00...+2.70%. 5:05 am On The Wires (:WIRES) : Stratasys (SSYS) introduced the industrial scale Objet1000 Plus 3D Production System which offers extra large print size and accelerated speeds for demanding manufacturing applications including aerospace, automotive, medical devices, and consumer products as well as for service bureaus and universities. Platts, a division of McGraw Hill Financial (MHFI), and Shanxi Fenwei Energy Consulting Company have deepened their partnership to produce a new independent, editorially-assessed metallurgical coal price series for the Chinese domestic market. Mirth, a wholly owned lower belly fat subsidiary of Quality Systems (QSII) announced the launch of Mirth Care Enterprise, a comprehensive population health management suite that bridges the gap between population health management and individual patient care. 4:17 am On The Wires (:WIRES) : Orange (ORAN) Polska has selected Ericsson (ERIC) as its OSS transformation partner, signing a six-year deal whereby Ericsson will carry out the transformation and optimization of processes and information systems. Southern California Gas Company, a regulated subsidiary of Sempra Energy (SRE), has joined with the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the National Fuel Cell Research Center to launch demonstration projects to create and test a carbon-free, power-to-gas system for the first time ever in the U.S. The technology converts electricity into gaseous energy and could provide North America with a large-scale, cost-effective solution for storing excess energy produced from renewable sources. UniCredit (UNCFF) has signed a three-year contract with Accenture (ACN), under which Accenture will provide a wide range of services to UniCredit's IT []).push();

organization in Italy, Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom. 3:56 am Silver Standard provides Q1 2015 production results; exceeded gold production schedule at Marigold ( SSRI ) : Co provides its first quarter 2015 operational results, with record quarterly production at Pirquitas and another strong quarter at Marigold. Final numbers for these measures will be available on April 29, 2015 when the Company issues its full Q1/15 financial results. Cash operating cost per ounce sold for Q1/15 is estimated at $509 (including $27 per ounce for royalties), an 18% improvement from $623 per ounce in first quarter of 2014 and significantly better than the Company's full-year 2015 target range of $650 to $700 per ounce. AISC per ounce sold in Q1/15 is estimated at $748 per ounce, an improvement of 22% from $960 in Q1/14 and well below the full-year 2015 target range of $950 to $1,000 per ounce. Total production costs in Q1/15 are estimated at approximately $33.0 million compared to total production costs of $29.7 million in Q1/14 and a full-year 2015 target of $125.0 million. To continue reading, visit

Khloe Kardashians New Waist Trainer Photo Is Crazy: Is The Garment Her Real Weight Loss Secret?

So why does she keep wearing that waist trainer? Khloe mentioned the brand of her waist trainer in her Instagram caption, so theres a high likelihood that it was a paid promotional post. As the Inquisitr previously reported, Kim Kardashian has praised the same waist trainer , and it looks like she and her sister are making these modernized versions of the corset into must-have items. Some companies that sell the shapewear have reported huge spikes in sales numbers, and more and more celebrities have started using them. Other famous fans include Jenni JWOWW Farley and Kim Zolciak. Celebrity endorsements can help any product sell, but the waist trainer has something else going for it it provides immediate results. Unfortunately, much like the Kylie Jenner lip challenge , the desired results are only temporary, and there are risks involved. Allure asked Dr. Orly Avitzur, a Consumer Reports medical adviser, to list a few of the side effects of waist training, and he said that waist trainers can cause nerve damage, skin problems, and tummy troubles. To continue reading, visit