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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - John Shea
The U.S. economy sent some mixed signals on growth Tuesday, with bad news on housing prices and durable goods orders, but consumer confidence jumping to its highest level in years and the Dow Jones index closing above 13,000 for the first time since May 2008.
"We track every sport and are looking at who the up-and-coming talent is and making sure we have connections across the board, Paul was doing those things," said John Shea, senior director of Gatorade Sports Marketing. "When we sign athletes we're looking at the long-term prospects."
Shea said it is more likely that modern humans were making such paintings in Africa even earlier, but the works didn't survive because of the different geology on the continent.