Researchers found that children who were driven to school, or who took public
transport, had poorer concentration levels than those who took a more active route such as walking or cycling, the Daily Mail reported.
The Environmental Protection Agency took public
comment in Dallas on Friday on its new rules for greenhouse gas regulations.
Singing protest songs and walking in procession 60 gay and straight couples took public
commitment vows January 22 at the Unitarian Universalist Church to protest proposed bans on same-sex marriage in Virginia and Maryland.
Those decision makers involved in its collapse should apologise - they are publicly accountable, and it is about time they took public
opinion into account by saying sorry.
In simple terms, the man who was supposed to save film industry jobs in Los Angeles by making it easier to set up location shooting took public
money and gave it to his bosses who looked the other way when he spent more public money lavishly on himself.
He brings a great depth and knowledge to Giles Foods Ltd having previously been at the helm of Geest Plc for 15 years, a company he took public
It took public
outcry from groups such as Public Citizen, individual lawsuits, as well as a suit filed by the Center for Auto Safety, to get a bill passed giving the NHTSA more authority to investigate and hold automobile makers accountable.
BancBoston analyst Sheryl Skolnick took public
assisted living companies to task for positioning themselves as growth stocks when the most they can hope for are nursing homelike earnings of 5 to 7 percent.
And because your bankers are usually your market-makers right after the IPO, we investigated how well these firms supported in the after-market the companies they took public
During that time Lytle built, took public
and sold Acordia, Inc.
Last year we found no difference in the chance of reporting a flu-like illness in people who took public
transport and people who did not," the Telegraph quoted Dr Alma Adler, research fellow in the school's department of infectious disease Epidemiology, as saying.
After several months of scandals that splintered the organization and took public
attention away from athletes, the USOC's executive committee announced Sunday it has formed a task force to create a blueprint for major reform.