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Company: PositiveID Corporation (OTCQB: PSID)

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PositiveID Corporation Teaming Partner Leidos Awarded Defense Threat Reduction Agency Contract Valued at Up to 4 Billion Dollars

DELRAY BEACH, Fla., April 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - PositiveID Corporation (“PositiveID”) (PSID), a developer of biological detection and diagnostics solutions, today announced that its teaming partner Leidos (f/k/a/ Science Applications International Corporation) was awarded a prime contract by the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (“DTRA”) to conduct research and development to combat weapons of mass destruction. The multiple-award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (“ID/IQ”) contract has a five-year base period of performance, a five year option, and a total value of approximately 4 billion dollars for all awardees, if all options are exercised. The contract was awarded under the Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Research and Technology Development ID/IQ contract.

In October 2012, PositiveID entered into a Teaming Agreement with Leidos, which paired Leidos’ system engineering and integration capabilities with PositiveID’s bio-threat detection technologies. PositiveID will offer both its Firefly Dx handheld diagnostic system (“Firefly”) as well as its M-BAND (Microfluidics-based Bioagent Networked Detector) airborne bio-threat detector as part of the Teaming Agreement.

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Vitamin Blue, Inc. (Pink Sheets: VTMB)

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Vitamin Blue Announces Its Sponsorship of Former Professional World Surfing Champion Ian Cairns

COSTA MESA, CA-(Marketwired - Apr 23, 2014) - Vitamin Blue, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VTMB) announced today that it will be the official board bag sponsor for Ian Cairns. Cairns is a former champion surfer who was also influential in establishing the world professional surfing circuit and specifically the World Championship Tour. Cairns carved out his legendary surfing legacy by not only competing at the highest level and winning countless competitions, but also by working tirelessly to promote and legitimize the sport. In 1983, Cairns formed the Association of Surfing Professionals in the wake of the demise of the original governing body of professional surfing, International Professional Surfers. To this day the Association of Surfing Professionals remains the predominant surfing organization and sanctioning body for professional surfers and crowns the ASP World Tour Champion each year.

In recent years Cairns has been an advocate in advancing Standup Paddle Boarding much in the way he was an early proponent and pivotal in the rise of surfing as a competitive sport. He currently is the President of the US SUP Tour and one of the coaches of the US SUP Team.

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Company: Artemis Energy Holdings, Inc. (Pink Sheets: ARTT)

Artemis Energy Holdings, Inc. Enters Into Escrow to Purchase

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - Apr 24, 2014) - Artemis Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTC Pink: ARTT) recently entered into an agreement to purchase the domain name The company has opened escrow and made the initial payment.

The domain has been transferred to and Artemis Energy Holdings, Inc. now has control of the URL. The deal provides Artemis Energy Holdings, Inc. to make monthly payments while using the domain name, and is scheduled to close by January 17th, 2015. The closing can take place sooner upon completion of payments by Artemis Energy Holdings, Inc.

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By Jeff Macke: Breakout

With 'Weather-Maggedon' behind us, stocks look to 2nd half growth

It should come as no surprise to anyone with the physical ability to sense temperature that the first quarter of 2014 was slow as far as the economy was concerned. When a long cold winter meets a slow-growth economy, activity freezing to a halt is the only reasonable forecast.

The meteorological fact of the horrendous climate is the best explanation for why Wall Street seems to be drawing strength from the ongoing drumbeat of downcast news from corporate America. Barely half of the companies that have reported so far managed to beat famously low-balled revenue forecasts and earnings are little better. Unless there are dramatic beats lurking out there, Q1 2014 will be the first time growth has contracted since 2012.

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By Al Lewis:

What’s that fishy smell? The Fed’s corrupt policies

Opinion: Central bank costs savers more than 100 billion dollars a year

Our financial system is so corrupt you might say that a fish rots from the Fed.

How else can one describe a regime that punishes savers and rewards borrowers and speculators for years on end? Our central bank is essentially taking billions of dollars a year from average Americans, who are still struggling to get by in a bombed-out economy, and it is giving it - yes, giving it - to the very banks that helped cause the 2008 financial crisis in the first place.

Richard Barrington, an analyst with, estimates the Fed’s policies have cost savers 757.9 billion dollars since the crisis, in an analysis released Tuesday . That’s approaching 1 trillion dollars, which used to be considered a lot of money, even to bankers, before the crisis. The Fed, meanwhile, has only given the world a little assurance that its policies will change at some point in the distant future.

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