Bayside Capital acquires Flight Express

Bayside Capital, Inc. has notified that its affiliate has acquired Flight Express, Inc.

Florida-based Flight Express is a premier provider of high-security, same-day air courier services to banking and life sciences customers in the South and Midwest region.

The company is the world's largest operator of Cessna 210 aircraft and operates 84 aircraft from facilities in eight states. The firm provides value-added, time-critical aviation services to a diverse set of customers in the most service-intensive, cost-effective manner possible.

Juhl Wind completes acquisition of Next Generation Power System

Juhl Wind Inc., an established leader in Community Based Wind Power development and management,, has informed that it has completed its acquisition of Next Generation Power Systems - a company that specializes in community scale wind turbine and solar systems.

Woodstock-based Juhl Wind is an established leader in Community Based Wind Power development and management, focused on wind farm projects throughout the United States and Canada.

Artificial pancreas for diabetics

Researchers at Boston University are developing artificial pancreas for diabetic patients. The gland would be worn externally. It would improve blood sugar level monitoring and would be helpful for patients with type I diabetes.

30 days after heart attack remain crucial for patients

Though there has been substantial improvement in the treatment of heart attacks yet 30 days after heart attack remain crucial for the patients. The patient can face sudden death during these 30 days.

A. Selcuk Adabag, M.D., M.S., of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Minneapolis, and colleagues at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. conducted a study 2,997 residents (average age 67, 59 percent men) who had a heart attack in Olmsted County, Minn., between 1979 and 2005.

Fujitsu to buy Siemens AG’s 50% stake in their PC Joint Venture for $ 567 million

Japanese electronics conglomerate Fujitsu Ltd has informed that it will acquire Industrial conglomerate Siemens AG's 50 percent stake in their PC joint venture for 450 million euros ($567 million), aiming to boost its presence in Europe.

Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC), which makes personal computers and laptops, was established in October 1999 as a 50-50 joint venture based in Maarssen, Netherlands. The venture employs more than 10,000 workers worldwide, among them 6,200 in Germany with plants in Augsburg, Munich, Paderborn and Soemmerda.

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AT&T releasing updates for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus

U.S. network provider AT&T is reportedly rolling out its first software update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones.

Mobile phones can cause brain tumours: Italian court rules

In a landmark ruling, an Italian court has acknowledged and ruled that excessive, work-related use of a mobile phone can cause brain tumour.

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AT&T releasing updates for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus

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Uber self-driving car chief stepping away from leadership role

Anthony Levandowski, the controversial chief of Uber’s self-driving car project, is reportedly stepping away from the leadership role due to a lawsuit filed by Google’s autonomous car unit Waymo.

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