Latest David Lawrence Stories

2014-02-12 12:28:14

White Paper on Social Media and Digital Marketing Tools for Financial Advisors Unveiled at T3 Technology Conference ANAHEIM, Calif., Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Industry productivity expert, Dr. David Lawrence, today revealed the results of an independent study he conducted on social media and digital marketing options for financial advisors. The study, which was unveiled during a presentation today at the T3 Technology Tools for Today(TM) conference, found that patching...

2008-06-10 14:35:00

The rate of climate warming over northern Alaska, Canada, and Russia could more than triple during periods of rapid sea ice loss, according to a new study led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). The findings raise concerns about the thawing of permafrost, or permanently frozen soil, and the potential consequences for sensitive ecosystems, human infrastructure, and the release of additional greenhouse gases."Our study suggests that, if sea-ice continues to contract rapidly...

2006-12-06 18:03:14

By Dan Margolies, The Kansas City Star, Mo. Dec. 6--WDAF-FM may have ditched its annual Turkey Day fundraiser this year, but it's not quite willing to give up the trimmings. When rival country music station KFKF-FM advertised its own Turkey Day event last month and used the name of legendary WDAF radio personality David Lawrence to promote it, WDAF wasn't happy. It was so unhappy, in fact, that its parent company took KFKF to court Monday, alleging that KFKF's parent company was...

2005-12-20 08:22:53

BOULDER - Global warming may decimate the top 10 feet (3 meters) or more of perennially frozen soil across the Northern Hemisphere, altering ecosystems as well as damaging buildings and roads across Canada, Alaska, and Russia. New simulations from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) show that over half of the area covered by this topmost layer of permafrost could thaw by 2050 and as much as 90 percent by 2100. Scientists expect the thawing to increase runoff to the Arctic...

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