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1. Strategic Science -

On a recent Wednesday afternoon, Memphis high school students guided Frisbee-flinging robots around a large room at Medtronic Spine’s headquarters. The robots were built to compete in FIRST Robotics – For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology – an international high school robotics competition designed to inspire and expose young people to careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

2. Strategic Science -

On a recent Wednesday afternoon, Memphis high school students guided Frisbee-flinging robots around a large room at Medtronic Spine’s headquarters.

The robots were built to compete in FIRST Robotics – For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology – an international high school robotics competition designed to inspire and expose young people to careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

3. Medtronic to Cut 60 Memphis Jobs -

Medtronic Spine, the Memphis-based division of Medtronic Inc., will cut about 60 local jobs as part of a strategy to reduce overall costs by 5 percent, a company spokesman confirmed.

4. Alexander Denounces Device Tax -

U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., said he’d push to repeal a tax that levies an extra 2.3 percent on the sales of medical devices, saying the tax makes it harder for medical device makers to hire new employees.

5. Medtronic to Cut 60 Memphis Jobs -

Medtronic Spine, the Memphis-based division of Medtronic Inc., will cut about 60 local jobs as part of a strategy to reduce overall costs by 5 percent, a company spokesman confirmed.

6. Growth Overseas Signals Device Maker Cuts -

U.S. markets, including Memphis, may lose employees as global medical device makers look to faster-growing markets, such as India and China, for growth.

Global medical device makers, including those with a large presence in Memphis like Minneapolis-based Medtronic Inc. and London-based Smith & Nephew PLC, face challenges as U.S. hospitals push for lower prices and European austerity plans cut procedures and profits. A new 2.3 percent U.S. medical device tax to help finance the health law also adds to manufacturers’ costs.

7. Social Media Compliance at Heart of Seminar -

Glen Gilmore won the crowd over within seconds of taking the podium at The Daily News’ social media seminar Thursday, Feb. 9, at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.

8. Social Media Compliance at Heart of Seminar -

Glen Gilmore won the crowd over within seconds of taking the podium at The Daily News’ social media seminar Thursday, Feb. 9, at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.

9. Social Media for Regulated Industries to be Discussed -

Social media may not be the first communication platform that comes to mind for those working in highly regulated industries, but it boils down to another means of getting a message across.

For instance, there’s a misconception that the legal community, lawyers in particular, don’t like social media. But plaintiff lawyers love social media, said Eric Epperson, vice president of corporate culture and communications at Pinnacle Airlines Corp.

10. Glen Gilmore To Headline TDN Seminar -

Social media has become the new marketplace.

It’s become the primary form of communication for individuals and businesses alike around the world. And it’s important for users to understand some of the basic ground rules, especially when it’s used for marketing, said globally recognized social media expert Glen Gilmore.

11. Social Media Replacing Traditional Advertising -

The model for advertising once was for businesses to purchase advertising space in a traditional newspaper or magazine and tout product offerings to its audience.

Nowadays, anybody can be an ambassador on the Web.

12. FAA Fines Pinnacle Subsidiary $1.9 Million -

The Federal Aviation Administration intends to fine Colgan Air Inc., part of Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., $1.9 million for a 2009 problem in its training of flight attendants that came to light during the 2010 investigation of a crash of a Colgan jet in Buffalo, N.Y., that killed 50 people.

13. Corporate Blogs at Heart of Seminar -

A marketing strategy is essential to any successful business model.

Companies that ignore the rising power of social media tools like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and blogs are sure to be ignored by potential consumers.

14. Howell CEO Leverages Twitter for Big Opportunities -

Howell Marketing Strategies CEO Amy Howell, a consistent champion of the benefits of Twitter, has found several high-profile opportunities in recent days to benefit from the micro-blogging site.

15. Pinnacle Decision, Pep Rally Required Collaborative Effort -

Howell Marketing CEO Amy Howell has a lot to say in a blog she posted this week about her firm’s deep involvement in media strategy for Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s decision on a new headquarters location.

16. Archived Article: Tech Focus - Keeping the sex out of business success Keeping the sex out of business success A seminar hosted by the U.S. attorneys office seeks to help business owners address Internet abuse by employees By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News In corporate offices acro...

17. Archived Article: Marketplace - By DIANNA DEAREN Puffing to productivity Big companies provide fitness centers for employees benefit and their own By DIANNA DEAREN The Daily News Push-ups and crunches at work? It is becoming more common as large companies recognize the benefits in...

18. Archived Article: Marketplace St - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Praise or pay? While pay is important, appreciation can be the best incentive for employees By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News Keeping good employees can be almost as hard as hiring new ones, especially considering Tennessees low...

19. Archived Article: Tech Focus Chg - Jobs online Jobs online Employment search sites and corporate sites offer information on job opportunities By CAMILLE H. GAMBLE The Daily News There are more ways to find a job that just searching the classifieds. More and more people, especially co...