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Queen's in the News: April 5, 2013

Art Cockfield (Law) – A cache of 2.5 million secret files has cracked open the secrets of more than 120,000 offshore companies and trusts, in The Guardian, Mail and Guardian (Africa), Spiegel International (Germany), UPI Asia (Hong Kong), on CBC National, CBC’s The Current, The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post and CKNW (Vancouver radio).

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – New feature turns home screen of Android phones into one continuous Facebook newsfeed, in the Globe and Mail, Technology News, CBC Radio Calgary, CHML (Hamilton radio) and the Vancouver Sun.

Yuri Levin (School of Business) – Netflix bases bet on big data but where will the analysts come from, in the Globe and Mail.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – More and more municipalities are considering casinos, in the National Post.

Monica Labarge (School of Business) – The board of SNC-Lavalin announces they will not be seeking re-election, on CBC Radio’s national business desk.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) - Canadians involved Algeria attack on talk radio in Halifax, Moncton and Saint John.

Ceren Kolsarici (School of Business) – Blackberry is starting to bounce back, on CKOM (Saskatoon radio) and 570 News Kitchener.

Nick Bala (Law) – Lawyers in sexual assault case say withdrawal of charges should remove suspicion, in the Sault Star.

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