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23-Sep-2012

  • Dolphin Tank time: New Women's Conference program is geared to help entrepreneurs

    All businesses begin with an idea. Often, however, that idea is lacking the tools and resources to come to fruition. This is what inspired Michelle Patterson and the California Women's Conference to create an interactive session -- the Dolphin Tank -- for entrepreneurs to pitch their business idea, product or service in front of resource providers.


  • 'Beggar' the dolphin found dead near Sarasota bridge

    A long-studied, ill-fed dolphin known to beg from humans was found dead Friday near a bridge in Sarasota, scientists at the Mote Marine Laboratory said.


  • Popular dolphin found dead in Sarasota

    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Marine officials believe that a popular dolphin's death in Sarasota stemmed from his close contact with humans.   For two decades, Beggar the bottlenose dolphin was known to beg for food from people at the Albee Road Bridge. His body was found Friday in the Intracoastal Waterway. ...


  • Popular Sarasota dolphin found dead

    Beggar got his nickname by begging for food from people near the Albee Road Bridge, a spot the dolphin frequented for two decades.


  • Dolphin Browser for iPad

    There's nothing fishy about Dolphin: It lets you browse in full-screen on the iPad using extensive gesture support.


  • Dolphin forms geosciences venture with Hannon Westwood

    BERGEN, Norway ? Dolphin Geophysical and Hannon Westwood have entered into an agreement related to exploration offshore northwest Europe.


  • Vote against dolphin protection seen as outrageous

    New Zealand's vote against protection measures for the critically endangered Maui's dolphin is being described as outrageous.


  • Summer programme by Dolphin Energy concludes

    The annual summer programme 2012 of Dolphin Energy Qatar had its concluding function yesterday. It was attended by high school, internship and scholarship students.


  • Ex-Dolphin gets domestic battery plea deal

    DAVIE, Fla., Sept. 21 (UPI) -- Prosecutors in Florida said former Miami Dolphin Chad Johnson pleaded no contest to a domestic battery charge and will serve one year of probation.


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