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These biotechs may surge on drug news: Expert

Incyte stands to benefit from unveiling data on its cancer treatments at a conference in the coming days, a biotech analyst said.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jacob Pramuk
New tech is changing the restaurant reservations game

At noon on a recent Wednesday in May, San Francisco's Lazy Bear restaurant began taking reservations for June. Just 45 minutes later, nearly every seat for the entire month was sold out. "The main issue is trying to manage risk, trying to incentivize patrons to keep their reservations," says Northwestern University microeconomic theorist Jeffrey Ely, noting that...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By MICHELE KAYAL, Associated Press
See Cheetah jump! MIT's robot leaps over obstacles

MIT's Cheetah robot, which has been in the making for several years, can now jump over obstacles as high as 15 inches, NBC News reports.
Source: NBC News | By: Devin Coldewey
Faber Report: M&A getting frothy?  

CNBC's David Faber reports on worldwide mergers and acquisitions & U.S. deal making at record year-to-date high.
Source: CNBC.com
NASA 'mohawk guy' looks for life on Jupiter's moon

NASA is planning a mission to one of Jupiter's moons to see if conditions there can support life, the flight engineer who became the Internet sensation "mohawk guy," told CNBC .
Source: CNBC.com | By: Arjun Kharpal
Judge: No juror misconduct in Ga. peanut trial convictions

Former Peanut Corporation of America owner Stewart Parnell, his food broker brother, Michael Parnell, and the former quality assurance manager of the company's Georgia plant, Mary Wilkerson, were convicted in September on charges related to a salmonella outbreak in 2008 and 2009 that was blamed for 714 illnesses nationwide. Ken Hodges, an attorney for Stewart...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By RUSS BYNUM and KATE BRUMBACK, Associated Press
New tech is changing the restaurant reservations game

At noon on a recent Wednesday in May, San Francisco's Lazy Bear restaurant began taking reservations for June. Just 45 minutes later, nearly every seat for the entire month was sold out. "The main issue is trying to manage risk, trying to incentivize patrons to keep their reservations," says Northwestern University microeconomic theorist Jeffrey Ely, noting that...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By MICHELE KAYAL, Associated Press
Technology replaces schmoozing: the future of private banking

ZURICH, May 28- No longer is schmoozing over long lunches and fine wines enough; Swiss private bankers are turning to video games and virtual reality to attract a new generation of sceptical clients and see off digital rivals. In a fifth floor office just off Zurich's main shopping street, researchers at UBS are testing dozens of technologies to see what could...
Source: Reuters | By: Joshua Franklin
Bush's busy role on corporate boards could become 2016 issue

WASHINGTON- During his transition from Florida governor to likely presidential candidate, Jeb Bush served on the boards of or as an adviser to at least 15 companies and nonprofits, a dizzying array of corporate connections that earned him millions of dollars and occasional headaches. "Board of directors and advisory boards are in charge of high-level...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By RONNIE GREENE, Associated Press
No risk to public after anthrax lab slip: Pentagon

The Pentagon said a military facility that mistakenly anthrax to nine states had been trying to develop a test to identify biological threats.
Source: Reuters