Imperial Valley News
Foster City, California - “Everywhere you want to be” is taking on new meaning for Visa as the global transition from plastic to digital payments accelerates, driven in large part by mobile connectivity. At Mobile World Congress next month (March 2-5, Hall 6, stand D40) in Barcelona, Spain, Visa will unveil its latest mobile payment services and demonstrate how a world connected by commerce – far beyond just phones and tablets – is transforming the way people shop, pay and get paid.
Helping to Shape Online Rules and Norms, Youth Share What They’ve Learned to Make Their Online Lives Better
Menlo Park, California - Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704) (TSE: 4704), a global leader in security software, today announced its 2015 “What’s Your Story?” contest during the celebration of Safer Internet Day. This award-winning, user-generated video competition encourages youth and schools to educate others on great uses of the Internet using an interactive platform to showcase their creative storytelling talents. Trend Micro is offering more than $20,000 in prizes to contest winners.
Temecula, California - A recipe that is ideal for any occasion, from weeknight meals to Sunday suppers to get-togethers with friends, can be hard to come by. Tuscan Brined Pork Chops with Salsa Verde is a near-perfect answer for all of these occasions.
Imperial, California (BPT) - Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or you don’t believe in Cupid at all, everyone celebrates Valentine’s Day in their own special way. From a fancy date or a girls’ night in, to a festive class party with the kids, there are activities, and treats, to suit every type of Valentine’s personality out there. Which one are you?
Sacramento, California - State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today issued the following statement in the wake of continued reports of measles outbreaks nationwide:
Two Men Who Orchestrated $21 Million Movie Investment Scheme Sentenced to Federal Prison for Defrauding Hundreds of Investors
Los Angeles, California - Two men who were leaders of a scheme involving a company called Gigapix that defrauded hundreds of victims by promising large returns on movie investments and a production company’s imminent public offering were sentenced today, receiving sentences of up to eight years in federal prison.