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2013-07-03 23:19:14

A New Decade of the Greatest Collection of Digital Art Adelaide, South Australia (PRWEB) July 03, 2013 Ballistic Publishing is proud to announce that EXPOSÉ 11 is now available to pre-order from ballisticpublishing.com. Last year’s best selling tenth anniversary edition enabled Ballistic to reflect on how much the industry matured in the last decade. Technology has made huge advances, some studios have risen and others have fallen, but great digital art has always prevailed....

2013-02-06 23:01:28

Ballistic Publishing is calling for digital artists around the world to submit their finest work for EXPOSÉ 11 Adelaide, South Australia (PRWEB) February 07, 2013 Ballistic - the leading publisher of digital art books - is now calling on artists to submit images for EXPOSÉ 11. The latest edition of the premier computer arts annual, to be released in August 2013, will celebrate the creative talents of the best digital artists worldwide. Ballistic's EXPOSÉ series has...

2009-01-20 09:00:00

BEIJING, Jan. 20 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The return of E3, the growing up of ChinaJoy, the release of a great deal of competitive games at the Leipzig Games Convention, and the TGS is still like a raging fire. Game expos in 2008 were flourishing as before under the financial crisis. These magnificent events are getting closer and closer to every game player through the magic hands of time. 2008, grand game events throughout Global game expos reached the peak in July 2008. E3 and...

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2008-12-02 16:04:19

Free agent Orlando Cabrera has been offered salary arbitration by the Chicago White Sox. Cabrera has a career batting average of .274 in 12 years. Cabrera hit 105 home runs and 684 RBI in his career while playing for the Montreal Expos, Boston Red Sox, LA Angels and White Sox. Cabrera belted eight home runs and drove in 57 RBI, batting .281 in 161 games for the White Sox this year, after being acquired from the LA Angels in November 2007. A Type A free agent, Cabrera has until Dec. 7 to...

2008-10-13 15:00:23

The current challenges facing the U.S. economy have left many of today's workers concerned about their retirement security. Couple that with a recent study which found that 61 percent of households are at risk of being unable to maintain their standard of living in retirement(1), and it's likely that increasing plan participation may be an uphill struggle for many plan sponsors. National Save for Retirement Week, Oct. 19-25, is an opportunity for plan sponsors to help restore confidence...

2006-05-30 10:25:32

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. antitrust authorities said on Tuesday they approved the sale of the Washington Nationals professional baseball franchise to a group led by real estate developer Theodore Lerner. Officials completed their investigation of the deal without taking any action, the Federal Trade Commission said in a notice. The Lerner group won the bidding on May 3 to buy the former Montreal Expos from Major League Baseball for $450 million. The franchise was moved to...

2006-05-30 10:25:51

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. antitrust authorities said on Tuesday they approved the sale of the Washington Nationals professional baseball franchise to a group led by real estate developer Theodore Lerner. Officials completed their investigation of the deal without taking any action, the Federal Trade Commission said in a notice. The Lerner group won the bidding on May 3 to buy the former Montreal Expos from Major League Baseball for $450 million. The franchise was moved to...

2006-05-03 17:08:50

By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group led by local real estate magnate Theodore Lerner has won the bidding to own the Washington Nationals, Major League Baseball confirmed on Wednesday, ending a long selection process involving eight contenders. A statement on the Major League Baseball Web site said the sale price was set at $450 million. Major-league owners bought the team in 2002 for $120 million when it was the Montreal Expos. The franchise was moved to Washington...

2006-03-06 19:31:14

By David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Washington's planned waterfront baseball stadium cleared its last major obstacle on Monday after the city and Major League Baseball signed a 30-year lease that caps city-funded costs at $611 million. District of Columbia Mayor Anthony Williams said on Monday that he and the D.C. Sports and Entertainment commission signed final lease documents for the Washington Nationals' new home, clearing the way for a $534.8 million sale of revenue bonds to...


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