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2008-10-10 18:00:35

NEW YORK, Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Starting October 27, 2008, Promos (a specialized division of the Milan Chamber of Commerce) and Regione Lombardia will present Living the Italian House in Soho at 172 Mercer Street in New York City. The space, filled with Lombardy-designed furniture and home accessories, will be on display in the Soho neighborhood of downtown Manhattan through December 20, 2008 and will also host approximately fifteen events and film screenings during that time. (Logo:...

2008-09-30 03:00:15

U4EA Technologies, a leading provider of integrated access technology for converged communications, today announced the Horizon HG1100 Home Office Gateway, a TR-069-enabled gateway that enables operators to deliver new services and offer a better Quality of Experience for their residential customers. The Horizon gateway will be on display in booth # 118 at the Broadband World Forum in Brussels, Belgium, September 30-October 1, 2008. The Horizon Home Office Gateway is a single device that...

2007-12-04 11:08:49

The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) celebrated its twelfth launch anniversary on 2 December 2007. The satellite has witnessed the Sun change through almost a complete solar cycle - from quiet to stormy, and back again. The solar cycle normally lasts about 11 years. In late 1996, shortly after its launch, SOHO was able to observe the last minimum of the 11-year activity cycle. The minimum was followed by a rapid rise in solar activity, peaking 2001 and 2002. Activity levels have...

2006-06-12 08:35:00

By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - As they say in Brooklyn, David Walentas walks around the neighborhood like he owns the place. That's because he does. Well, almost all of it. "The Starbucks isn't mine," says the developer. Walentas, 67, bought most of the 12-square-block Brooklyn neighborhood called Dumbo from real estate tycoon Harry Helmsley in 1979, paying $12 million for 2 million square feet of space, and eventually bought nearly all of the rest. Since then he has single-handedly...

2006-06-12 07:35:00

By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - As they say in Brooklyn, David Walentas walks around the neighborhood like he owns the place. That's because he does. Well, almost all of it. "The Starbucks isn't mine," says the developer. Walentas, 67, bought most of the 12-square-block Brooklyn neighborhood called Dumbo from real estate tycoon Harry Helmsley in 1979, paying $12 million for 2 million square feet of space, and eventually bought nearly all of the rest. Since then he has single-handedly...


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