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Ousted VK.com CEO Durov Posts On Facebook, Seeks Pro-Civil Rights Home For New Venture

This has to be one of more captivating startup pitches of the year. Pavel Durov, the founder of popular Russian social network VKontakte.com, was fired this week from his role as CEO… 830 more words


Ukraine's Invisible People

This is another guest post, this time from the blogger I know only as Ivan, and from his blog, Ivan’s Shady Existence. It’s not often you find a fan of existentialism written in English when English is not that writer’s first language, which makes this all the more pleasurable a find. 1,631 more words


Hillary Clinton Speaks at UConn

STORRS, Conn. (AP) _ Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tells an audience at UConn she believes the outcome in Ukraine will be a bad one for Russia. 117 more words


Labor History Bill Passes Senate

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut lawmakers are moving closer to requiring the Department of Education to come up with a curriculum that local school districts can use to teach about the history of the labor movement. 115 more words


Duck Stamp Art Chosen

(CBS Connecticut) – The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has announced the winners of the 2014 Connecticut Duck Stamp art contest.  The winning image will be used on the state’s 2015 duck stamp. 112 more words


CIPC notice - Symbols in Company Names

The CIPC has issued the following notice:

“The CIPC is aware that the moratorium of the Companies Act with regards to the use of symbols in Company names expires on 30 April 2014. 60 more words