The ocean community is on the threshold of a new era in which an ensemble of novel technologies will provide us with an increasingly powerful capacity for exploring and interacting with the global ocean systemSubmersible robot used in seafloor project Aug 13, 2008
The much-publicized tensions between Vodafone's board and its shareholders remain as taut as ever, thanks to yet another recent decline in the company's share price -- down by eight percent in the last two weeks, according to UBS. Clearly, the markets have yet to be convinced that Vodafone's board has a plausible plan to get the company's top line into sustained double-digit growth over the long term. As a result, the value of shareholdings continues to take a beatingVodafone's CEO survives -- for now Jul 25, 2006
In the mid-1990s, when (telecommunications companies) were considering TV services over their networks, the business case pivoted on the question, 'Can we afford to do this?' Ten years on, in the face of an intensely competitive broadband market, the question has changed. Now it's, 'Can we afford not to do this?Globe Talk: Internet TV coming of age? Apr 24, 2006
John Adrian Delaney (born June 29, 1956) is an American lawyer, politician and university administrator. He currently serves as the president of the University of North Florida and as the interim chancellor of the State University System of Florida. A member of the Republican Party, he served as mayor of Jacksonville, Florida from 1995 to 2003.
Delaney was born in Lansing, Michigan and was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. His family moved to Jacksonville when he was sixteen. He graduated from Terry Parker High School in 1974 and attended the University of Florida, where he joined Delta Upsilon fraternity and received a B.A. and a law degree. Delaney and his wife Gena married in 1980 and reside in Neptune Beach. They have four children.
Delaney passed the Florida Bar exam in 1981 and was hired by then State's Attorney Ed Austin, eventually becoming Austin's Chief Assistant State Attorney. He was Jacksonville's General Counsel for a short time; when Austin was elected Jacksonville Mayor in 1991, Delaney served as his chief of staff before running for mayor himself when Austin declined to run again in 1995.