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  • Research In Motion RIM planned to name Thorsten Heins, previously COO, as the new CEO.

    RIM CEOs Give Up Top Posts in Shuffle

  • She'll also get to develop some chemistry with All My Children stud Thorsten Kaye when he shows up as a bartender who helps her do more than drown her sorrows.

    On The Set: The Curtain Rises for NBC's Smash

  • In the breath of patients with lung cancer, there are likely to be different chemicals to normal breath samples and the dogs' keen sense of smell can detect this difference at an early stage of the disease," study author Thorsten Walles, from Schillerhoehe Hospital in Germany, said in a news release from the European Lung Foundation."

    Study: Sniffer dogs spot early stage lung cancer

  • "Risk-averse Germans are concerned about the problematic economic behavior of some of their neighboring countries," says Thorsten Hennig-Thurau , a professor at Münster University, who studies consumer habits.

    Germans, Prizing Virtues of Saving, Find Euro Bailouts Hard to Swallow

  • As Thorsten Veblen taught us with the notion of invidious comparison, in a product category where absolute quality is hard to measure—wines, coffee, supercars—people assume the more expensive item is somehow intrinsically better.

    Nissan GT-R: A 'Halo Car' With Devil's Horns

  • If the banks fail the test, it "would actually argue in favor of those calling for a privatization or even a down-sizing of the market share the Landesbanks hold at the moment," said Thorsten Polleit , an economist at Barclays Capital in Frankfurt.

    Stress Rules Hit 2 German Banks

  • With two minutes to go and St. Pauli down 2-0, a beer-filled plastic stein thrown from one of the home stands struck linesman Thorsten Schiffner in the back of the neck.

    St. Pauli on the Other Side of 'Otherness'

  • "Judging from the regional inflation breakdowns released today, lower food and seasonal food prices can be in part held responsible for the benign pan-German reading," said Barclays Capital economist Thorsten Polleit .

    German Inflation Edges Up

  • But a second-straight year of 3% or higher growth will likely mark the end of Germany's economic revival, said Thorsten Polleit , Frankfurt-based economist at Barclays Capital.

    Germany Expects Growth to Slow

  • Thorsten Kaye (Zach Slater) and Cady McClain (Dixie Cooney Martin), both of whom play characters who are now deceased, will also return.

    Exclusive: CSI: Miami’s Eva La Rue Returns to All My Children

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