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  • Dolphin Capital soars after unveiling new strategy

    Real estate investment company Dolphin Capital has unveiled plans to reassess its strategy as it looks to narrow the discount of its share price to net asset value and speed up returns to shareholders.

  • Mixed-signal silicon IP builds accurate, wide-range smart metering

     Dolphin Integration says it is the first silicon IP provider to announce smart power metering that achieves a range of 1/5,000 with 0.05% accuracy, in a complete solution.

  • Video of ex-Dolphin Konrad shortly after survival swim surfaces

    Wideo has surfaced of Rob Konrad's encounter with a police officer once the former Dolphin returned safely back to shore, approximately 16 hours after he fell into the Atlantic Ocean out of his 36-foot boat.

  • SeaWorld Orlando Ends Public Dolphin Feedings

    SeaWorld Orlando ends public dolphin feedings; guests can still touch, take photos with them

  • Dolphin Shopping Centre shows support for Margaret Green centre and Julia?s House

    FOR the first time the Dolphin Shopping Centre has chosen two charities to support and help raise much needed funds.

  • Doubtful? Lakers' Young defends dolphin tale

    Lakers reserve guard Nick Young went on the defense Wednesday of his story that a dolphin tried to kill him about a year ago in Mexico after it was learned that comedian Kevin Hart had told an eerily similar tale.

  • Revealing the Cove Dolphins' Toxic Secrets

    With the dolphin-killing season in Taiji, Japan, nearing its expected March 1 end, meat from striped dolphins slain last month in the notorious cove has tested positive for high levels of mercury and for trace but legally safe levels of radiation, said Ric O'Barry of the Dolphin Project on Tuesday.

  • 127 Million Reasons Why the Cove Dolphin Slaughter Continues

    TakePart: The Cove premiered more than six years ago at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. You're quoted as saying that when you sat in that theater in Park City, Utah, you were convinced the hunt would be over. Ric O'Barry: Robert Redford told me afterwards it was the only Sundance documentary that he ever saw get a standing ovation.

  • New Residents: Dolphins Swam into Mediterranean 18,000 Years Ago

    Bottlenose dolphins moved into the Mediterranean, once too salty to harbor much marine life, at the end of the last ice age about 18,000 years ago, a new study finds. "It is quite likely that the bottlenose dolphin hasn't actually been in the Mediterranean for long, in terms of the evolutionary time frame," said Andre Moura, one of the study's researchers and a lecturer of life science at the ...

  • SeaWorld ends public dolphin feedings

    The decades-long tradition of feeding dolphins has ended at SeaWorld's Orlando theme park.



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