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Lesa Knox v. Fleming & Wise Orthodontics, Ltd., et al., Case No.5:15-cv-01195 (N.D. Ohio, June 15, 2015), is brought against theDefendants for failure to pay overtime compensation in violationof the Fair Labor Standard Act. Fleming & Wise Orthodontics, Ltd. owns and operates a dentalclinic that specializes in orthodontics for children and adults. The Plaintiff is represented by:       Ryan A. Winters, Esq.      SCOTT & WINTERS LAW FIRM, LLC      Ste. 1325, 815 Superior Avenue, E      Cleveland, OH 44114      Telephone: (440) 498-9100      Facsimile: (216) 621-1094      E-mail: rwinters@ohiowagelawyers.com

Animal's ghoulish death reignites hunting debate; Dentist argues he hunts legally and responsibly

Walter James Palmer has a passion for dentistry, his family and killing wild animals.

The Minnesota dentist, who allegedly lured beloved lion Cecil out of a Zimbabwe national park and killed him, has reignited a long-standing debate over big-game hunting, with people around the world arguing over the legal and moral implications of the popular pastime.

In a letter to his patients published on Wednesday, Palmer apologized that the media attention over Cecil's killing earlier this month had disrupted his business.

POLLARD PAROLE; US GRANTING PAROLE FOR JONATHAN POLLARD

CONTENT: POLLARD, PAROLE

GRAPHICS: POLLARD PAROLE

DAVID MUIR (ABC NEWS)

(Off-camera) Tonight, to a new headline involving Israel.

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The appointment will last about 30 to 45 minutes and will be with the lead dentist Dr Robin Warne (above) who has a Masters Degree in Implant Dentistry.

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Orthoarm, Inc. (California) applies for US Patent titled as "Orthodontic Bracket With Locking Shutter Extension"

Rio Salado College Offers Community Dental Health Coordinator Program

Tom Brady Controversy; American Dentist Kills Beloved African Lion. Aired 8:30-9a ET

[08:30:00] ISABELLA MURGIO, ORGANIZED "LIGHT THE NIGHT" VIGIL FOR MISSING BOYS: I just think that it was the weather just messed them up and - but like, in the boat, I don't know if the boat flipped right out of the inlet or what happened, but I know that they're going to come home and they're going to - they're safe.

ALISYN CAMEROTA, CNN ANCHOR: Isabella and Matthew, we're praying along with you. Thanks so much for taking time to tell us about your friends.

MURGIO: Thank you.

Osstem Implant drops 3.5% on thin volume 30 July, 2015 15:00 KST

SOUTH KOREAN DAILY STOCK REPORT

Osstem Implant Co Ltd. (KOSDAQ:A048260), South Korea's largest Medical Equipment/Supplies company by market cap, dropped KRW2,200.0 (or 3.5%) from its last traded date of July 29, 2015 to close at KRW59,800.0. Compared with the KRX 100 Index which fell 1.9 points (or 0.05%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -3.5%. The volume was 0.8 times the average trading of 217,926 shares.

BEARISH SIGNALS
Fundamentals:
+ Tobin's Q Ratio, defined as MCap divided by Total Assets, is 2.4. Compared with the rest of the market the stock is overvalued and ranks in the bottom quartile of stocks by value of Q Ratio.
+ Net profit margin has averaged 4.7% in the last 3 years. This suggests the company is less profitable with a low margin of safety.
+ Revenue growth has shown signs of deterioration in recent quarters. [Quarter ended, all figures in %]

Dentist who killed Zimbabwe lion apologises to patients

A United States dentist who has become the target of worldwide outrage for hunting and killing a protected lion in Zimbabwe has written to his patients to apologise for the disruption to services at his Minnesota clinic. Walter James Palmer remained out of the public eye on Wednesday in the face of protests at his suburban Minneapolis clinic and intense condemnation online. He has not appeared in public since being identified Tuesday as being involved in the lion's death.

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To put our next story in perspective, it`s as if someone had killed Lassie.

To put our next story in perspective, it`s as if someone had killed Lassie. A lion named Cecil, beloved in the African nation of Zimbabwe, was lured off a protected area earlier this month. Today, Zimbabwe accused an American, a dentist from Minnesota, of killing the animal illegally. We have more now from Debora Patta.

Nakanishi increases 0.6% on low volume 30 July, 2015 15:00 JST

JAPANESE DAILY STOCK REPORT

Nakanishi Inc. (TO:7716), the largest Precision Instruments company by market cap in the Japan, increased JPY30.0 (or 0.6%) from its last traded date of July 29, 2015 to close at JPY4,880.0. Compared with the Nikkei 225 Index which rose 213.1 points (or 1%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -0.4%. The volume was 0.3 times the average trading of 34,664 shares. The stock rose for a second day on Thursday bringing its two-day rise to JPY80.0 or 1.7%.

Let's make sure that Cecil didn't die in vain; Lion killed for 'sport' by dentist from Minnesota was not an anomaly

Jimmy Kimmel rarely gets choked up.

But on Tuesday night, during his monologue, he nearly burst into tears. He was talking about Cecil the lion, the 13-year-old star attraction at Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe.

A dentist from Minnesota named Walter Palmer killed the majestic beast earlier this month, flying halfway around the globe to slay, skin and behead an animal for "sport."

I've used quotation marks there because, in my confessed ignorance, "trophy hunting" seems about as sporting as carjacking. And slightly more deranged.

GLOBAL OUTRAGE; FAMOUS LION KILLED

CONTENT: LION, CECIL, FUNDIRA, DENTIST

DAVID MUIR (ABC NEWS)

(Off-camera) Next tonight to growing outrage after a beloved lion was killed by an American dentist while on safari.

#WalterPalmer: From hunter to hunted -- Internet seeks revenge for Cecil the lion

Celebrities are among an online mob baying for the blood of the American dentist who has admitted his role in killing Zimbabwe's most famous lion, Cecil.

Walter Palmer has said he "deeply regrets" killing the 13-year-old lion, who was found shot, skinned and decapitated beyond the safety of the Hwange National Park, where he had been a drawcard for tourists.

The apology has fallen flat on Twitter where the hashtag #WalterPalmer is being used to hurl insults and threats at the dentist, who allegedly paiod at least $50,000 to hunt and kill the animal.

Dentists Says Deeply Regrets Role in Lion's Death; Confessions from Former Prison Worker Joyce Mitchell; Request Filed to Oust House Speaker John Boehner. Aired 11:30a-12p ET

[11:00:03] KATE BOLDUAN, CNN ANCHOR: New this morning, outrage growing against the American dentist who killed a beloved lion while trophy hunting in Zimbabwe. Walter Palmer, from Minnesota, says that he deeply regrets his actions.

He says that he didn't know that Cecil was a famous resident and that he was relying on local guides for their expertise as they hunted. People are now flooding Palmer's dental practice -- the Yelp page for his dental practice with bad reviews. And even celebrities are tweeting at him angrily. And it's also spurring renewed calls to ban trophy hunting.

JOHN BERMAN, CNN ANCHOR: Cecil was a major tourist draw. The African lion was wearing a GPS collar as part of a study. Palmer allegedly paid more than $50,000 for the hunt. He used a bow and arrow to shoot the lion. That didn't kill him. The lion survived another 40 hours until the hunters tracked him down, shot him, decapitated him and skinned him.

Carole Baskin is the CEO and founder of Big Cat Rescue.

U.S. Dentist Accused of Killing Cecil the Lion

An American man allegedly used a bow and arrow to kill one of the most famous animals in Zimbabwe, officials have said. The lion reportedly took over 40 hours to die.

Grand Junction business owner pleads guilty to income tax evasion

Shin Hung in its biggest trailing week loss for 3 weeks 30 July, 2015 15:00 KST

SOUTH KOREAN DAILY STOCK REPORT

Shin Hung Co., Ltd. (KS:A004080), South Korea's 14th largest Medical Equipment/Supplies company by market cap, dropped KRW250.0 (or 2.1%) from its last traded date of July 29, 2015 to close at KRW11,500.0. In the past week the shares have sunk 4.2%, the biggest trailing week fall since July 08. Compared with the KRX 100 Index which fell 1.9 points (or 0.05%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -2.1%. The volume was 0.1 times the average trading of 11,880 shares.

Soft toy 'trophies' for US lion killer as Zimbabweans appear in court; WILDLIFE

Walter Palmer, a 55-year-old US dentist who has become the focus of international outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion, has been inundated with more trophies - hundreds of stuffed animals left outside his surgery.

United States Patent for Surface Manipulation in Dental Prosthesis Design Issued to Biocad Medical

Publication Name: Medical Patent News Patent Application Number: 12/842,108 Patent Publication Number: 9,089,387 International Patent Classification Codes: A61C 13/0004 (20130101), G06F 19/3437 (20130101) Patent Status: Granted

Dentsply International announces dividend

AMERICAN DAILY STOCK REPORT

Corporate Wire Date: 30 July 2015 01:04 EDT

Dentsply International today announced a quarterly dividend of 7.25c per share. The record date is September 25, 2015 and it is payable on October 09, 2015.

MANI in its biggest trailing week loss for 3 months 30 July, 2015 15:00 JST

JAPANESE DAILY STOCK REPORT

MANI Inc. (TO:7730), the largest Medical Equipment/Supplies company by market cap in the Japan, decreased JPY20.0 (or 0.2%) from its last traded date of July 29, 2015 to close at JPY8,210.0. In the past week the shares have dropped 3.1%, the biggest trailing week fall since April 28. Compared with the Nikkei 225 Index which rose 213.1 points (or 1%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -1.3%. The volume was 0.4 times the average trading of 26,116 shares.

BEARISH SIGNALS
Fundamentals:
+ Tobin's Q Ratio, defined as MCap divided by Total Assets, is 3.7. Compared with the rest of the market the stock is overvalued and ranks in the bottom 4% of stocks by value of Q Ratio.

FLEMING & WISE: Faces "Knox" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime

Capitol Health drops 2.1% on weak volume 30 July, 2015 16:00 AEST

AUSTRALIAN DAILY STOCK REPORT

Capitol Health Limited (ASX:CAJ), Australia's 17th largest Health Care company by market cap, dropped 1.50c (or 2.1%) from its last traded date of July 29, 2015 to close at 71.0c. Compared with the All Ordinaries Index which rose 31.6 points (or 0.6%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -2.6%. The volume was 0.7 times the average trading of 1.3 million shares.

BEARISH SIGNALS
Fundamentals:
+ Tobin's Q Ratio, defined as MCap divided by Total Assets, is 6. Compared with the rest of the market the stock is overvalued and ranks in the bottom 8% of stocks by value of Q Ratio.
+ Net profit margin has averaged 6% in the last 3 years. This is lower than the sector average of 7.2% and suggests a low margin of safety.

Overvaluation [compared with sector average]:
+ Price/Sales of 4.1 [2.4].
+ Dividend yield of 1.6% [1.9%].

Lion killer's dental practice target of outrage

Walter Palmer's dental practice still has the tagline, "A great smile says it all."

But the business has effectively been frozen by an avalanche of public outrage. On Tuesday, Palmer admitted to killing Cecil the lion, a protected lion in a Zimbabwe reserve.

 
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