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Cheney or Palin tickers are CNN's tool for upping hit counts.
For instance, one of the recent headlines that continues to run across the network tickers is Barack Obama’s visit to Europe and the Middle East — to boost his foreign policy credentials.
To bad I missed all the "tickers" during Bush's years when Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and the rest were all burned in effigy every week at anti-war rallies.
The suit alleges that by using similar trading symbols, or "tickers," to those of the Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded funds, PowerShares dealt "damage to the value" of its competitor's offerings.
I mean, take a look at the last 15 "tickers" and you will know what I mean.
"Joining us to offer his expert advice and insight into all of this...," says the fake anchor from the "MLN Studio," while the screen is festooned with the same kind of tickers and gizmos that you'd expect to find on CNBC.
Yup, the Guardian and BBC 'tickers' are showing stuff in the pipeline..
And you know those news-channel "tickers" that run on the bottom of the screen with headlines, weather reports and updates on Britney Spears's wedding status?
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FYI, Ascendant Frontier's abreviation is ASCN Eve has stock-market style "tickers" for corps and alliances.
To show what they mean, however, it might be noted that New York City alone has 3000 stock "tickers," consuming 50,000 miles of record tape every year.
Edison, His Life and Inventions Frank Lewis Dyer 1905