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Can Insurance Companies Adapt to Today's Fast-Paced Lifestyle?

Five words or less (NewsUSA) - There is no doubt that life today moves fast. The rise of digital technologies has given people the ability to talk on the phone, watch their children's soccer games and send work emails all at once. Consumers have come to expect these same conveniences afforded by the Internet age from all the businesses and services they use --...

Could The Movie Studio be the Next Heavy Hitter?

Five words or less (NewsUSA) - Gordon Scott Venters thrives on challenges. As CEO of The Movie Studio (TMS) in Hollywood -- that's Florida, not Los Angeles -- he's been in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years. Venters' resume reads like a who's who of Hollywood (California), where he was president and CEO of Destination Television, now TMS. While...

High Tech Pearls Are Captivating the Younger Jewelry Consumer

Five words or less (NewsUSA) - Pearls are the perfect, malleable medium for today's ever-changing fashions. But don't mistake some of today's modern pearls with Grandmother's simple strands. Add a little tech, color and carvings, and you take that classic right into the 21st century. Yes, it's true: Today's pearls are appealing to a new generation that is...

Feeding Your Joints to Stay on the Move

Five words or less (NewsUSA) - If you experience joint discomfort, you're not alone. No matter how active you are, joint problems are one of the most common reasons for doctor's visits and will affect most of us as we age. Registered Dietitian & Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Marie Spano says there is a lot you can do to help yourself, beginning...

Clues in the Attic: Pre-Winter Roof Checkups Made Easy

Five words or less (NewsUSA) - Your attic could save you from breaking your neck this autumn. Got your attention, huh? Seriously, this is one of the two times each year when homeowners are supposed to check the health of their roofs. (Among other reasons, because they're key to a home's energy efficiency.) But who wants to be climbing a ladder 25 feet or so into...