New Diabetes Therapy to Replace Insulin Injections

Sernova Cell Pouch(TM) Technology Re-Invents Traditional Diabetes Care Last week, a New York Times article by Elisabeth Rosenthal accused the medical industry of, “borrowing business models from technology companies like Apple,” pointing out that “the captive audience

Rare Earth ‘Zombies’ Attack the ASX and TSX

In 2010, rare earth and specialty metals market froth had speculators throwing money at a sector they didn’t understand, and opportunistic resource company managers stepped up to take their money. Two years later, so-called zombies, the walking

Apple shares hit 2014 highs, Asian stocks lag

By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) – Shares in tech heavyweights Apple and Facebook held hefty after-hours gains on Thursday as their results handily outpaced Wall Street expectations, though Asian markets managed only a mumbled cheer. The Nikkei

Apple shares soar on increased buyback

Apple increased its buyback and posted a strong second quarter, sending shares soaring. Shares of Apple soared 8% in after-hours trading on Wednesday after upping its share buyback and dividend. The company also handily beat Wall Street’s

Christie, like other politicians, loves to use interchangeable, all-purpose phrases

That’s also a go-to expression for President Obama. The guy Christie threw his arms around while cashing federal aid checks after Hurricane Sandy has often said that health-care reform “isn’t about me,’’ and neither was the last

Comparing Loan Types on a $200,000 Mortgage

Shutterstock By Chris Birk Mortgages aren’t one-size-fits-all products. Loan types and lenders all have different requirements, benefits and drawbacks. Some require sterling credit and sizable down payments. Others have looser standards but limit where you can purchase,

Bond trading: FICC and thin

IN AN open-plan office big enough to house a football field, scores of traders peer into the unearthly glow of trading terminals stacked two or three high and dozens in a row, buying and selling bonds and

Reproductive organs grown in a lab

Dr. Yuanyuan Zhang, assistant professor at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, demonstrates the process used to engineer a vaginal organ. Zhang first selects a scaffold made of a biodegradable material. Zhang then coats one side of

China PMI as predicted, Aussie drops after data

By Wayne Cole and Vidya Ranganathan SYDNEY/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian stock markets were little moved on Wednesday after a Chinese manufacturing survey met expectations, but the Australian dollar plunged to a two-week low after data showed surprisingly

Potential BC Elephant Deposit Development Looms Following Litigation

American Creek Awarded 51% Earned Interest, Title to Treaty Creek Property RAYMOND, Alberta, April 22, 2014 — The Golden Triangle mineralization area of NW British Columbia has hosted and continues to produce some impressive discoveries. In the