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  • Since the KIPP Fresno horrors emerged, KIPP, Inc.'s home office has attempted to paint itself, alternately, as the victim of ax-grinding parents, disgruntled employees, or the public school district out to shut them down out of jealous revenge for making them look bad.

    KIPP Bullying Tactics Against Fresno Unified Fail

  • And Liz Donovan's Informaniac Behind the News has worthwhile links to Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc.'s resources for media coverage of the blackout.

    Archive 2003-08-01

  • Millions of men have taken 5-milligram finasteride tablets since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1992 approved Merck and Co. Inc.'s

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Inc.'s exclusive U.S. rights to the iPhone and adds 93.2 million potential customers for

    Apple's 78% Profit Gain Eases Growth Concern As Jobs Takes Medical Leave - Bloomberg

  • Inc., HTC Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. showed off several upcoming smart phones that will run on AT&T Inc.'s higher-speed "HSPA+" network.

    The Seattle Times

  • Inc., Dell Inc. and Toshiba Corp. Many of the new tablets will use Android, Google Inc.'s operating software that was initially designed for smart phones.

    The Seattle Times

  • Inc.'s sales were virtually flat and company officials blamed the severe snowstorms.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Inc.'s Android software designed for such devices.

    The Seattle Times

  • Inc.'s Android software, as does Motorola, are also introducing products to rival models such as the Motorola Droid.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Inc.'s site after the department threatened to challenge the venture in court.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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