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Date: 2013-04-29
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Detroit "ambassadors" offer visitors homey diplomacy
US-USA-DETROIT-TOURISM:Detroit "ambassadors" offer visitors homey diplomacy
By Erica Hobbs

DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit is not exactly among America's top 10 tourist destinations. But a local nonprofit hopes to alter public perceptions of one of the nation's poorest big cities, where more than a quarter of its residents live below the poverty line.

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Detroit "ambassadors" offer visitors homey diplomacy
US-USA-DETROIT-TOURISM:Detroit "ambassadors" offer visitors homey diplomacy
By Erica Hobbs

DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit is not exactly among America's top 10 tourist destinations. But a local nonprofit hopes to alter public perceptions of one of the nation's poorest big cities, where more than a quarter of its residents live below the poverty line.

...


From hackers to security experts, the Balkan IT sector is booming
US-BALKANS-TECHNOLOGY:From hackers to security experts, the Balkan IT sector is booming
By Radu Marinas and Tsvetelia Tsolova

BUCHAREST/SOFIA (Reuters) - After hacking the Pentagon, NASA and Britain's Royal Navy for fun, TinKode got a real job as a computer security expert for a Romanian cyber safety consultancy.

TinKode was the name used by Romanian...


ZTE eyes network, smartphone growth to stay profitable
US-ZTE-EARNINGS:ZTE eyes network, smartphone growth to stay profitable
HONG KONG (Reuters) - ZTE Corp, China's second largest telecoms gear maker in revenue terms, expects an increase in smartphone sales and an expansion in 4G networks to keep it in profit this year after posting its first-ever annual loss in 2012.

After two quarters of losses, ZTE on Fri...


Stock index futures fall, focus on GDP data
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Stock index futures fall, focus on GDP data
LONDON (Reuters) - Stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wall Street on Friday, with futures for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq 100 falling 0.1 to 0.3 percent.

U.S. economic growth likely rebounded in the first quarter after almost stalling at the end of 2012 as America...


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