The results are in: Shakeology® is now certified low glycemic. It’s another stamp of approval that Shakeology is good for you. But that’s not all. Shakeology came in at just 24 on the glycemic index (GI). A number that’s very low and something to be excited about. What is the glycemic index? Simply put, the
There aren’t a whole lot of investigative journalists out there covering penny stocks and other small-cap companies. Roddy Boyd does, though, and this weekend he posted a look at education-software company Blackboard Incorporated, which is selling itself for a nifty $1.65 billion to Providence Equity Partners. Boyd picks its business apart: When Blackboard’s business is
In the Catskills region of upstate New York, where flooding from Hurricane Irene wiped out entire towns, a hyperlocal site called the Watershed Post is helping to coordinate relief efforts and trying to connect people who are stranded. This local news web site defines its coverage by the bucolic area surrounding New York City’s watershed.
The Wall Street Journal gets a big scoop today on the ground in Libya, reporting that Western companies helped Qaddafi create a massive email and phone surveillance system to spy on Libyans. Amesys, a unit of France’s Bull SA, sold the dictator its Eagle system, which allows governments to pull any and all email passing
Lexington Herald-Leader | Kentucky Kernel Kentucky Kernel managing editor and basketball writer Aaron Smith called two University of Kentucky students rumored to be basketball team walk-ons and asked them to confirm the reports. They did and Smith <a… Read more Share this: Tweet this!