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For the first time, the Infotec conference included a “Try-IT Zone,” where information technology professionals and students could wait in line to play with the latest gadgets, for fun or to ponder how the tools might apply to their businesses.

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Beals: Boy offers lessons of service, simplicity

Beals: Boy offers lessons of service, simplicity

BAVARO, Dominican Republic — If you never thought a dirt road could be at the same time dusty and soggy, you’ve apparently never been on this one.

Hannah Olson impressed a panel of judges during a UNO competition to win first place and a $3,000 prize with her plan for Hannah Caroline Couture, a...
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Tech talent, tax incentives help lure MindMixer to Kansas City
From a business perspective, the decision for Omaha-based MindMixer to consolidate operations and relocate its headquarters to the Kansas City, Mo., metro area was an easy one. From a personal perspective, it was anything but, company co-founder and chief executive officer Nick Bowden said Monday.

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West Corp. deal to expand its alert business
West Corp. said Monday it has acquired a California-based company that specializes in sending alert messages to students, their parents and school employees to notify them of emergencies and other situations.
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Heinz offers buyouts to all Pittsburgh workers
The new owners of H.J. Heinz Co. have offered buyouts to all workers in Pittsburgh, where the ketchup-and-food giant has been based for decades, but insist the offer doesn’t signal a plan to move the company’s headquarters.
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5 things to know about tax day
The deadline for filing taxes is midnight Tuesday. Here are five things to consider as the deadline nears.
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Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger 'fiesta ducks' on sale at Berkshire meeting
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. will sell rubber ducks of Chairman Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charles Munger wearing Mexican-themed outfits at the company's annual meeting, which falls two days before Cinco de Mayo.

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
New version of smartphone by HTC is the One to buy
With this year’s version of the One — also called the M8 to distinguish it from last year’s M7 model — HTC has kept the cool design, fixed a bunch of the flaws from last year and added some great new features.
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Tablets, apps for kids become big business
In the United States, the percentage of kids ages 8 and under using mobile devices has almost doubled in the past two years, according to a report by San Francisco nonprofit Common Sense Media.
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Part-time college professors push for higher pay
In many ways, Anne Winkler-Morey loves being a professor. It's the job she always wanted, teaching history at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minn.
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Connecticut home sells for $120 million
Even though that's $70 million under Copper Beech Farm's initial listing price, real estate agent David Ogilvy said he believes the sum is the most ever paid for a residential property in the United States. The paperwork finalizing the sale to a limited liability company was filed Friday.
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More have had personal information stolen
The number of Americans who say they’ve had important personal information stolen online is on the rise, according to a Pew Research Center report released Monday.
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For junior bankers, a day off doesn’t shrink workload
Big banks’ new policies on work schedules may not be taking much of a bite out of the pressure.
In brief: Retail sales gain is best since 2012
U.S. retail sales in March rose by the largest amount in 18 months, led by strong gains in sales of autos, furniture and a number of other products.
The Record: Bankruptcies, April 15
Four bankruptcy categories listed are: Chapter 7, bankruptcy involving liquidation of nonexempt assets; Chapter 11, plan permitting reorganization of financial affairs under court supervision for an individual engaged in business or for a company (asset and liability schedules are not always filed with initial petition); Chapter 12, plan...
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SBA loan activity up in Nebraska
Data from the Small Business Administration shows small businesses in Nebraska are outpacing their peers both regionally and nationally in terms of loan demand through the first half of fiscal 2014.
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Banker leads Omaha branch's 'Happy' dance video
American National Bank gave him just one day's notice. Buddy Hogan went home and practiced.
Nebraska Crossing Outlets stores, layout
The mall is set to open Nov. 15 at the intersection of Interstate 80 and U.S. Highways 6 and 31 in Gretna.
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Food inflation has shoppers budgeting, food makers competing on prices
Beef is at record high prices, rising 4 percent in February alone; milk prices are up 2.5 percent from a year ago.

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Executives in UNO program gain insight at caregiver co-ops in Africa
While an international research project has long been a highlight of the 40-year-old program for executives, the Tanzania trip in several ways was unprecedented.

RABBI MYER KRIPKE, 100
Longtime leader of Omaha synagogue championed interfaith dialogue
In a century of life, Myer Kripke was a scholar, rabbi and philanthropist.
Technology – including Google Glass – gets a try-on at Omaha Infotec conference
New Hastings business helps your personal history live on
Alibaba stake fuels Yahoo stock’s rise
Business digest: Big banks might need to hold more capital, Yellen says
18-year-old's fashion-design company wins Maverick Business Plan Competition
In brief: Zebra to spend more than $3 billion on Motorola business
Union Pacific's ‘Big Boy’ locomotive takes the road back to life
Beals: Boy offers lessons of service, simplicity
Caterer's move to downtown Omaha warehouse means new jobs, event center
Crew working to disassemble International Nutrition plant
Heinz offers buyouts to all Pittsburgh workers
SBA loan activity up in Nebraska
Banker leads Omaha branch's 'Happy' dance video
5 things to know about tax day
Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger 'fiesta ducks' on sale at Berkshire meeting
Nebraska Crossing Outlets stores, layout
West Corp. deal to expand its alert business
Tech talent, tax incentives help lure MindMixer to Kansas City
The Record: Bankruptcies, April 15
More have had personal information stolen
In brief: Retail sales gain is best since 2012
Tablets, apps for kids become big business
For junior bankers, a day off doesn’t shrink workload
The Record: Building permits, April 15
Part-time college professors push for higher pay
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