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By Association of Mature American Citizens
Older Americans start new businesses at a higher rate than their youthful counterparts

By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, recently released the Summer 2014 edition of The Energy Industry Update. This semi-annual publication offers our view of major events and emerging trends in the energy industry.

By Information Security Forum
Presentation Will Review Current Regulatory Trends and Discuss How Organizations Can Effectively Deal With the Increasing Overhead in Regulatory Management

By ScottMadden, Inc.
EUCI 12th Annual Conference: Rate Design Strategies for Meeting Regulatory Objectives

By Skyclock
The Ann Arbor Airport terminal now houses a large-screen display of the iPhone app, Skyclock, as part of the pilot information center.

By The REACH Centre
Celebrating with 1160 guests in Blackpool Winter Gardens, The REACH Centre has been a proud finalist for not less than 3 categories in this year’s Red Rose Awards.

By Virtusa
Survey Finds Financial Reporting Requirements to Impact European Economy New capital market regulations are expected to influence operations; high operational costs constitute a major challenge

By SMi Group
SMi speaks to it's keynote presenter about Paediatric Regulation in the run up to the 8th annual conference on Paediatric Clinical Trials

By Shubiki Corporation
Shubiki Corporation has released the course entitled "Personnel Management System in Japan - Vacation" in 7 languages for its business skills application "BISCUE App."

By Clarkston Consulting
Clarkston Consulting Discusses How Biotechs Can Successfully Navigate 2014 Industry Trends

By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, will soon release its latest edition of the Energy Industry Update, a semi-annual report received by more than 10,000 industry leaders nation-wide.

By Urban Financial Services Coalition
The Wall Street Journal announces: "The Senate on Tuesday confirmed...Rep. Mel Watt (D., N.C.) to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which controls the government-supported mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac."

By GMEX
Delivering key solution to address new derivatives regulatory trade reporting requirements

By MPI Europe Limited
MPI Europe publishes survey conducted into firm’s preparation for CRD IV including COREP & FINREP due 1 January 2014. Our research highlighted a widely held concern about the level of effort still required for compliance.

By FDAnews
The FDA Unique Device Identification (UDI) Rule It’s Ready for You, Are You Ready for It? **FDAnews Virtual Conference** Nov. 19, 2013 — 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST www.fdanews.com/UDIVirtualPR1

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Children’s mobile phones are banned. The specific absorption rate (SAR) must be listed on every mobile phone at the point of sale and a warning provided to customers to choose a lower SAR phone, use it moderately, and wear an earpiece.

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
In a major public announcement today, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health warned the public to reduce their exposure to cell phone radiation.

By Pass the Bill Coalition
Despite Amendments Island Community Sees Committee Approval as "Good Sign"

By FDAnews
Cybersecurity Threats to Medical Devices Crush the Hackers Before They Crush You **FDAnews Webinar** Oct. 18, 2013 — 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT www.fdanews.com/CybersecurityPR1

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
New research indicates that brain cancer risk increases with more years of cell phone and cordless phone use and more hours of use

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By Association of Mature American Citizens
In recent years regulations have also been used to promote social policies

By myhometouch.com
Dr Jamie Wilson, a former NHS Physician and CEO of Home Touch, pens some of his thoughts on the changing face of healthcare and some of the challenges the industry urgently needs to overcome.

By Association of Mature American Citizens
Older Americans start new businesses at a higher rate than their youthful counterparts

By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, recently released the Summer 2014 edition of The Energy Industry Update. This semi-annual publication offers our view of major events and emerging trends in the energy industry.

By Information Security Forum
Presentation Will Review Current Regulatory Trends and Discuss How Organizations Can Effectively Deal With the Increasing Overhead in Regulatory Management

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Of the more than 950 submissions to the FCC regarding its outmoded, 18-year-old cell phone radiation regulations, almost all call for stronger regulation. Most cite research that finds cell phone radiation harmful to humans.

By ScottMadden, Inc.
EUCI 12th Annual Conference: Rate Design Strategies for Meeting Regulatory Objectives

By Skyclock
The Ann Arbor Airport terminal now houses a large-screen display of the iPhone app, Skyclock, as part of the pilot information center.

By The REACH Centre
Celebrating with 1160 guests in Blackpool Winter Gardens, The REACH Centre has been a proud finalist for not less than 3 categories in this year’s Red Rose Awards.

By Virtusa
Survey Finds Financial Reporting Requirements to Impact European Economy New capital market regulations are expected to influence operations; high operational costs constitute a major challenge

By SMi Group
SMi speaks to it's keynote presenter about Paediatric Regulation in the run up to the 8th annual conference on Paediatric Clinical Trials

By Shubiki Corporation
Shubiki Corporation has released the course entitled "Personnel Management System in Japan - Vacation" in 7 languages for its business skills application "BISCUE App."

By Clarkston Consulting
Clarkston Consulting Discusses How Biotechs Can Successfully Navigate 2014 Industry Trends

By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, will soon release its latest edition of the Energy Industry Update, a semi-annual report received by more than 10,000 industry leaders nation-wide.

By Urban Financial Services Coalition
The Wall Street Journal announces: "The Senate on Tuesday confirmed...Rep. Mel Watt (D., N.C.) to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which controls the government-supported mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac."

By GMEX
Delivering key solution to address new derivatives regulatory trade reporting requirements

By MPI Europe Limited
MPI Europe publishes survey conducted into firm’s preparation for CRD IV including COREP & FINREP due 1 January 2014. Our research highlighted a widely held concern about the level of effort still required for compliance.

By Tellows UG
The UK government is currently considering following other countries' lead and introducing radical consumer protection measures with regard to coldcalling.

By FDAnews
The FDA Unique Device Identification (UDI) Rule It’s Ready for You, Are You Ready for It? **FDAnews Virtual Conference** Nov. 19, 2013 — 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST www.fdanews.com/UDIVirtualPR1

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Children’s mobile phones are banned. The specific absorption rate (SAR) must be listed on every mobile phone at the point of sale and a warning provided to customers to choose a lower SAR phone, use it moderately, and wear an earpiece.

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
In a major public announcement today, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health warned the public to reduce their exposure to cell phone radiation.

By Pass the Bill Coalition
Despite Amendments Island Community Sees Committee Approval as "Good Sign"

By FDAnews
Cybersecurity Threats to Medical Devices Crush the Hackers Before They Crush You **FDAnews Webinar** Oct. 18, 2013 — 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT www.fdanews.com/CybersecurityPR1

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
New research indicates that brain cancer risk increases with more years of cell phone and cordless phone use and more hours of use

By FDAnews
Pay-to-Delay Settlements in the Wake of Activis Current, Former FTC Officials Offer Answers **FDAnews Virtual Conference** Oct. 15, 2013 — 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT www.fdanews.com/PayToDelayPR1

By FDAnews
Is it an application or a device? The FDA breaks new ground.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Regulatory reform is needed to protect consumers from caffeine-induced harm and to help them make wise dietary choices, say the authors of an article in Journal of Caffeine Research.

By FDAnews
Eighth Annual FDA Inspections Summit New Powers, New Enforcement Posture, New Challenges **Presented by FDAnews** Oct. 23-25, 2013 – Bethesda, MD www.fdanews.com/FDAInspectionsPR1

By SMi Group
The much anticipated return of SMi’s 11th annual Diabetes conference will be the only event spotlighting on secondary complications, regulation and innovation.

By FDAnews
Is It a Cosmetic, a Drug or Both? 15-Year Regulatory Veteran Shares Compliance Secrets **Presented by FDAnews** Aug. 23, 2013 • 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

By Central Banking Publications (CBP)
Central bankers from all over the world will head to Cambridge in September for Central Banking Publications’ 15th annual seminar series.

By SMi Group
With just 4 weeks remaining until SMi open their doors to host the 3rd installment in the Pharmacovigilance conference series, SMi have announced that William Long, Partner at Sidley Austin will be making a presentation on new PV policy.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The health risks of consuming too much caffeine, especially for vulnerable populations, and the easy availability of these products should cause the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to be especially vigilant and proactive in regulating caffeine.

By SMi Group
Pharmacovigilance | 1st & 2nd July | Copthorne Tara Hotel, London UK

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
There are conflicting reports on the state of the mining industry in Indonesia with a Canadian think tank ranking it one of the worst countries to do business. Energy Publishing’s Terry O’Connor weighs up the differing opinions.

By SMi Group
The SMi Group have recently published a conference agenda for their 3rd annual Pharmacovigilance Conference taking place this July, London...

By Primacea, Inc.
Provides Guidance for Navigating Modern Physician-Industry...

By NorthPoint
NorthPoint, a premier provider of software solutions and services for Hedge Funds, Asset Managers, and Service Providers, announced the successful completion of the February round of Form PF submissions.

By InvestoRegulation
SEC Regulation Outside the United States comes to Hong Kong for the 11th time

By Reports Corner
Reports Corner has added “Future of the UK Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2017” to its latest reports offering.

By ACTIV Financial
ACTIV Financial TradeDeck Now Routes to All Canadian Exchanges

By Kay & Co
Whilst the Government remain determined not to regulate letting agents, perhaps by empowering consumers the small minority of rogue agents would have to rethink.

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The European Environment Agency published a major report today to alert governments about the need to attend to early warning signs about technology health risks, including mobile phones.

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Dr. Sanjay Gupta in a recent episode of the TV program, "The Doctor Oz Show," discussed cell phone radiation and brain cancer with Dr. Mehmet Oz and called for caution in how we use our cell phones.

By Association of Mature American Citizens
President Obama has earned for the country a new nickname, ‘the Regulation Nation’

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
A newly published review of the research on mobile phone radiation and brain tumor risk calls on governments " to protect public health from this widespread source of radiation."

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Should we allow airlines to adopt wi-fi and cellular systems on airplanes? Given the latest health research and our outmoded FCC wireless regulations, is this safe for humans, especially for pregnant women and children?

By Aspectus PR
The event will be held on Thursday 15th November at the RBS Offices, Bishopsgate.

By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Exposure to other people's cell phone radiation on buses and trains can be considerable according to a newly published study.

By ENVIRON
ENVIRON, the leading international environmental and health sciences consultancy, is proud to announce the hiring of Mike Kirschner, previously President and Managing Partner of Design Chain Associates, LLC.



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