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01-Jun-2008

  • New movie concept debuts at Dolphin Mall (Miami Herald)

    Cobb Theatres is opening a new brand of movie theater at Dolphin Mall Friday. Cinébistro combines movies, wine and food, catering to a 21-and-over crowd. The debut marks the beginning of a national rollout for the concept similar to Muvico's Premier Theater in Boca Raton.


  • Brewin Dolphin?s star performance (Financial Times)

    Brewin Dolphin , the UK investment bank and wealth manager, has seen little effect on its business from the credit squeeze in the past two months, after enjoying a 30 per cent rise in pre-tax profit during the year to September 30.


  • Dolphin beating the forecasts (Yorkshire Post Today)

    Stockbroker Brewin Dolphin yesterday shrug-ged off the toughest market conditions since the early 1970s and said it was on course for a "creditable" year. (30/05/2008 22:08:08)


  • Brewin Dolphin sees little cheer in IPO market (Financial Times)

    Shares in Brewin Dolphin , the wealth manager and niche investment bank, gained ground in spite of interim results that showed a decline in assets under management and an admission that the market in initial public offerings had dried up.


  • Dolphin record falls at KDW Classic (The Palm Beach Post)

    Dave Bulthuis of New Smyrna Beach set a tournament record for dolphin Saturday in the Palm Beach County KDW Classic with a 45.3-pound bull that struck a drifted, dead ballyhoo in 1,000 feet of water.


  • Dolphins make splash at fishing tourney (Miami Herald)

    Let's hope the outcome of Saturday's Miami Dolphins Fishing Tournament is not too indicative of the team's upcoming season. The best Dolphins performance of the one-day event out of Miami Beach Marina was the catch of a respectable 30.5-pound wahoo by kicker Dan Carpenter. But the largest fish overall -- a tournament-record 56.7-pound dolphin -- was caught by a decidedly non-Dolphin: Joyce Olsen ...


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