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London, Mar 19, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Bringing together its renowned journalists and leading industry figures, the International Herald Tribune Sports Business Summit is an exclusive forum for sports leaders and investors to discuss critical developments in the global sports industry.
LONDON, May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Two great institutions are joining together in honour of an extraordinary year in history: At the National Theatre, the International Herald Tribune (IHT) will mount an exhibition of photography and iconic front pages to illustrate and illuminate the historic events of 1968.
told the International Herald Tribune newsroom: "Stop spending my money.
LONDON -- Corinthia Hotels launched a "Luxury Summit" series organized by The Luxury Marketing Council, with media partner International Herald Tribune on November 12, 2012.
On August 2nd, the International Herald Tribune lifted the veil off Big Brother by reporting that DARPA granted Visionics a $2 million contract last November as part of the agency's "Human ID at a Distance Program.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Herald Tribune announced today that Marla Egbert was named Sales Development Director for IHT North America, based in New York.
PARIS -- The International Herald Tribune (IHT) today released its first news applications for the iPad[TM] and iPhone[R].
An opinion column in the August 7th International Herald Tribune suggested that UN-connected eco-Leninists, frustrated by the reluctance of the United States to adopt the Kyoto Protocol on "greenhouse" gasses, may attempt the same strategy on the international level.