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28-Apr-2008

  • Lunch with the FT: Mikheil Saakashvili (Financial Times)

    Some lunches end with coffee in the drawing room; others finish with a brandy on the terrace. But the final course of my lunch with Mikheil Saakashvili is taking place in a Dolphin helicopter, speeding towards a military base in the middle of Georgia.


  • Tags keeping tabs on dolphin (The Myrtle Beach Sun News)

    Don Hammond's Dolphin Research Program is a spin-off of a four-year study conducted by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources focusing on the migratory routes, speed of travel and growth rate of the colorful, popular offshore species. Hammond, a marine fisheries biologist, was instrumental in the S.C. DNR's study, which lasted from 2002 to 2005. Then Hammond retired after 35 years ...


  • The calendar (Miami Herald)

    DolFans finally have something to cheer about -- the NFL Draft! Watch it live from the Club Level at Dolphin Stadium, meet with players and alumni, and watch a performance by the 2008 cheerleading squad. There's a kids' zone with video games, QB toss and face painting. Free; 305-623-6100. Dolphin Stadium, 2269 Dan Marino Blvd., Miami Gardens.


  • Basics for Seasonal Business Owners (BusinessWeek)

    You may depend on a sliver of the year for the bulk of your business. Here's how to maximize the rest of it


  • A Passion for Persia, Disneyland and Dolphins (New York Times)

    Hossein Sabet owns six hotels, a dolphin show and hopes to build the Middle East?s first Disneyland on Kish, one of Iran?s islands on the Persian Gulf.


  • Sea Life Park sold to European company (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

    Parques Reunidos of Madrid, Spain, has announced the purchase of Sea Life Park in Hawaii. Terms of the acquisition from Mexico-based Dolphin Discovery weren't disclosed. Dolphin Discovery bought the 22-acre Sea Life Park in January 2005.


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