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By Associated Press LOS ANGELES -- "CSI" has solved the mystery of who will replace departing star William Petersen: It's Laurence Fishburne. Fishburne, an Emmy and Tony winner, will be introduced in the ninth episode of the upcoming 10th season. He'll play a forensics scientist with a secret.
Computer Software Innovations, Inc. (OTCBB: CSWI), CSI Technology Outfitters(TM) ("CSI"), today announced that it will host a conference call on Wednesday, August 13, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss the Company's financial and operational results for the Second Quarter 2008.
By Zap2It, Chicago Jul. 29--Fast National ratings for Monday, July 28, 2008 Reruns ruled the ratings Monday night, with CBS' slate of encores beating out FOX's repeats for the top spot. CBS averaged a 5.0 rating/8 share in primetime, besting FOX's 4.6/8. NBC took third with a 3.6/6.
By David Kronke CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler is a pleasant person to chat with on a personal level, but when she's in professional mode, there's nothing there.
The need to detect the presence of copper on surfaces has inspired the development of an innovative and inexpensive tool for police investigators to include in their crime scene investigation (CSI) tool kits.
By Doug Hanks, The Miami Herald Jul. 7--The last time a customer steered this much work to Unique Producers Services, Phil Collins topped the pop charts and Don Johnson looked cool in a pastel blazer.
Computer Software Innovations, Inc. ("CSI") (OTCBB: CSWI), a provider of software and technology solutions, announces the release of the new version of its financial management software, SmartFusion(TM), which is designed exclusively for the public sector.
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By Steve Gorman PASADENA, California (Reuters) - CBS mega-hit "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the No. 1 drama on U.S.
By Kimberly Nordyke PASADENA, California (Hollywood Reporter) - A&E Network said Thursday it ordered a reality series in which victims of crimes confront the offenders.
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