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Lakers sailing into uncharted waters
But Algoma Central Corporation CEO Greg Wight also predicts challenges and isn't expecting enormous industry growth. “We have a strong belief in the future of the industry, although it's not the same industry it used to be,” Wight said recently.
The Ribbit Rollercoaster: A Founder's Story From Concept To $105M Exit
I met entrepreneur Crick Waters last year after hearing just a portion of his story and his road toward Ribbit's $105 million exit during an event in Silicon Valley.
Battling the black dog
The recurring image is by artist Daniel M Waters. Daniel's 'dog in black' is named after the 'black dog,' a term used by former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to describe depression.
Aboriginal group defies criticism with income management plea
But in the remote APY lands of South Australia, female Indigenous leaders are calling for a new intervention. They say enforced income management is the only way to address the desperate poverty gripping their community.
China dives into North Sea waters
Dana, which was taken over by the Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) in late 2010, reported soaring revenues last year boosted by a big rise in production.
Cnooc-Nexen Deal Is Just The Beginning Of The Great American Oil And Gas Grab  Forbes
Remains found in Quebec waters believed to belong to WW2 airmen
The wind was fierce and the waves were surging on Josephine Vibert's wedding day, 70 years ago in Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan, a small fishing village on Quebec's north shore.
Record Breaking 198-Pound Tarpon Caught In Trinidad Waters
Angler, Jimmy Aboud of team "Outcast" caught a record breaking 198-pound Tarpon in the first session of the Trini Tarpon Tournament which began on Saturday, July 28th 2012.
Accusations cruise ship ran illegal casino
NSW Gaming Minister George Souris says the waters around Jervis Bay are technically Commonwealth territory, but he has asked the Office of Liquor and Gaming to investigate.
Yolngu eye clear Arnhem waters to tap tourism gains
"Aboriginal land is not something that you can borrow against because it's held in trust," says Matt Grooby, manager of the Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation. "There's a range of barriers to establishing Aboriginal businesses and, until ...
India bans US-sanctioned Iranian ships from its waters
Crude imports from Iran are possible only if the state insurers, led by General Insurance Corporation (GIC), provide cover for domestic ships carrying Iranian crude.