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National Pawnbrokers Association announces Certified Pawn Professional (CPP) Learning Program
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The National Pawnbrokers Association (NPA) announces the debut of its Certified Pawn Professional (CPP) learning program, designed for experienced pawnbrokers to further their professional education and earn the designation "CPP." The CPP program builds on the NPA's commitment to provide resources and tools to strengthen the pawn industry. The designation will elevate professional standards within the industry and will be the recognized mark of distinction among those in the pawn business.
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Tips sought after 4 steal gun from Central Ohio pawnshop
WCMH-TV
After four suspects worked to steal a firearm from a pawnshop, investigators are asking for public tips to track down the men. Central Ohio Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for any information leading to the arrest or indictment of the four suspects
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Is Google Glass 2.0 coming soon?
USA Today
Could the next version of Google Glass be close at hand? The Federal Communications Commission approved a new Google device called "GG1." This new device is shrouded in mystery because Google was granted confidentiality. What we do know (thanks to Droid Life): The device has Wi-Fi, Bluetooh and a battery you cannot change.
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3 wanted in Mount Holly, North Carolina, gun, pawnshop break-in
WCNC-TV
North Carolina's Mount Holly Police are investigating a break-in at a gun and pawn store. Detectives are also looking into the possibility that the crooks may be the same ones who broke into a gun store in Lowell, North Carolina.
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    New Jersey man charged with theft in Bayonne, selling items at pawnshop
    The Jersey Journal
    A North Bergen, New Jersey, man made his first court appearance on charges he stole from residential buildings and sold the items at a pawnshop. Christian Perez, 39, appeared in Central Judicial Processing court via video link from Hudson County jail in Kearny.
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    Gem One introduces the Epic 101 diamond cut
    Diamonds.net
    Gems One launched the Epic 101, a new branded special cut diamond that features 101 facets and employs what the company said was a faceting architecture designed to provide maximum light performance. The company is marketing the Epic 101 to authorized dealers to gain a competitive advantage in the bridal category.
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    When monitoring your employees goes horribly wrong
    Inc.
    Technology has given employers the power to track practically every move of their employees. But just because you have the ability to see where the cute receptionist goes after work, or where the rough-around-the-edges account manager goes during his lunch break, doesn't mean you should.
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