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J and Beyond 2011 - an International Joomla Conference

Written by Joomla Extension Editor Thursday, 21 April 2011 07:07

JandBeyond Logo J and Beyond is an international Joomla conference taking place in the Netherlands in early May.

The first J and Beyond conference was held in Germany last year and was a huge success, attracting Joomla developers from all over the world.

We spoke with Robert Deutz, one of the organizers, about this year's event:

1) Tell us a little about yourself...

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Monaco Yacht Show Uses Joomla

Written by Joomla Extension Editor Tuesday, 19 April 2011 05:47

The Monaco Yacht Show is the most presitigious superyacht show in the world.

Superyacht are yachts from 25 meters to over 90 meters long.

This year will be the 21st year of the event which attracts over 30,000 participants to Moncao, the small principality in the south of France.

Their new website for the event runs in Joomla: http://www.monacoyachtsh...

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G20 backs early-warning plan against future crises (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 21:40

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Leading world economies agreed on Friday to put the policies of seven major nations under a microscope as part of a plan to prevent a repeat of the global financial crisis.

The pact was agreed by the Group of 20 nations after months of wrangling highlighted by China's fears that its policy of limiting its currency's rise was...

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Nasdaq open to selling Amex in NYSE bid: source (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 19:49

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Nasdaq OMX Group Inc (NDAQ.O) told investors it could sell NYSE Euronext's (NYX.N) American Stock Exchange and offer a break-up fee to overcome antitrust concerns in its $11.3 billion bid for the Big Board parent, a source familiar with the situation said on Friday.

Nasdaq, along with IntercontinentalExchange Inc (ICE.N), has...

Read more: Nasdaq open to selling Amex in NYSE bid: source (Reuters)

Earnings stumbles could awaken bears (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 19:45

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Earnings could make for a bumpy ride in U.S. stocks next week if more key companies undershoot expectations, possibly causing a spike in volatility.

Disappointments from Alcoa (AA.N) , Google (GOOG.O) and others in the first week of earnings have dampened some of the enthusiasm about results, ensuring that eyes will be glued...

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J&J in talks to buy Synthes for $20 billion: report (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 17:22

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Johnson & Johnson is in talks to buy Swiss medical device maker Synthes for $20 billion, according to a report on the Wall Street Journal website, citing people familiar with the matter.

A deal at that price would mark an 11 percent premium over Synthes' current market capitalization of around $18 billion.

However, the...

Read more: J&J in talks to buy Synthes for $20 billion: report (Reuters)

Fed's Hoenig worried on inflation; Evans not (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 14:58

Fed's Hoenig worried on inflation; Evans not (Reuters)

WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana (Reuters) – To judge by their polar opposite reactions, two top U.S. Federal Reserve officials could have been looking at completely different sets of U.S. inflation data on Friday.

That's largely because they were.

Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said the rise in the March U.S. Consumer Price Index data was "in line...

Read more: Fed's Hoenig worried on inflation; Evans not (Reuters)

 

Data helps Dow, S&P, but Google weighs on Nasdaq (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 09:33

Data helps Dow, S&P, but Google weighs on Nasdaq (Reuters)

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Dow and S&P rose on Friday as encouraging economic indicators offset some disappointing corporate results, though weakness in Google Inc (GOOG.O) pressured the Nasdaq.

A government report showed underlying inflation pressures remained contained in March, while a survey showed April consumer sentiment rose more than...

Read more: Data helps Dow, S&P, but Google weighs on Nasdaq (Reuters)

BofA profit drops; foreclosure delays hurt bank (Reuters)

Written by Yahoo Business Friday, 15 April 2011 09:31

BofA profit drops; foreclosure delays hurt bank (Reuters)

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (Reuters) – Bank of America Corp posted an unexpectedly sharp drop in first-quarter profit as higher expenses from delayed home foreclosures weighed on its mortgage business.

The largest U.S. bank lost more than $2.39 billion in its home loan business as revenue fell and expenses rose. The foreclosure mess that began in...

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