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Patricia Llodra and Governor Dannel Malloy, who also ran in the event. She was eight months pregnant on Dec. 14, the day she had to lock the door to her classroom, turn off the lights and listen to the horrific events unfolding down the hall over the intercom. Laura Nowacki, a Newtown pediatrician whose daughter is a fourth grader at Sandy Hook and who lost eight of her young patients in the massacre, was called to help with triage that day. Saturday's was larger than the Hartford Marathon (while being much shorter) and about the same size as the Thanksgiving Day Manchester Road Race, which had its 76th running last year. Many teams ran for individual victims of the Dec. 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, where 20 first graders and six women were gunned down. The run began with brief remarks by Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Newtown First Selectman E. Patricia Llodra and others. Alves, the Sandy Hook teacher, gave birth eight weeks ago but didn't hesitate when she heard about the run. "I think I signed up within two minutes of reading about this one," Alves said. In the aftermath of the Newtown shootings, two people from Naugatuck Kate Blake and Matt Marcella called Hartford Marathon director Beth Shluger and asked her if she could help put on a run to benefit Sandy Hook. Shluger agreed and set up a 5K to be run at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. She thought that perhaps 3,000 runners would sign up. Within 24 hours, 2,000 people had registered. The numbers kept growing, and the location kept changing to accommodate the crush. The race moved from Western to downtown Danbury and then, when that venue couldn't hold them all, to downtown Hartford. The entry fees, which total $344,059, will be donated to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund administered by the United Way of Western Connecticut. Through online fundraising efforts by runners and teams, another $83,000 in donations was collected, according to Elizabeth Cowles Johnston of CJ Public Relations. The Hartford Marathon Foundation is donating its organizing services, and the city of Hartford has donated part of the cost of the police and city services. Many parking lot owners have donated lots to provide free parking. Reebok has provided shirts, and Bay State Race Services has offered its timing services for free. "We've been consumed by this for two months," Shluger said. "But it's very gratifying. I'm looking forward to the start of the race and looking forward to handing over the big check. We feel blessed that we have this opportunity to show our support. And allow 15,000 people to show their support." Alves ran with a group of about 50 teachers and staff and others from Sandy Hook Elementary School. About 300 people will run with the teacher groups from different schools in Newtown. They will wear shirts donated by Under Armour that read "Newtown Teachers Unite." "I think the timing is about right for it," Alves said. "There have been so many grand scale things like the Super Bowl it was a little overwhelming. But with this, people can get together in a simple way they can run or walk do a physical activity." "Every different arena has thought of a way to contribute. This is from the running world." Alves ran the other day for the first time since her daughter was born. She has been on maternity leave, but she did go back to the Chalk Hill School in Monroe, now the new Sandy Hook Elementary School, for a month to help her 19 students get acclimated. Nowacki, who is running the Boston Marathon as part of the Newtown Strong team and finished fourth in her 45 49 age group at the ING Hartford Marathon last October, ran Saturday's race with three of her children. She wasn't able to run for two weeks after the tragedy. "Just the shock I was feeling sick," she said. "My first run was a 20 mile run. Running is my freedom." As she spoke on the phone Wednesday evening, Nowacki looked out the window of her office in the center of town, watching as people walked their dogs and runners went by. "Life continues," she said. "We got back on our feet. We got knocked down so hard. It was surreal. Somehow you get through it." 308497 110 Air Jordan 4 Fire Red Retro 2012 ,Air Jordan 5 Retro Quai 54 White 555088 184 Retro Jordan 1 Black Toe High OG 2013 Nike Kobe 9 Low EM Home Nike Air Foamposite Onered Supreme 528895 110 Air Jordan 11 Low White Black True Red 2013 626969 030 Air Jordan 4 Retro Fear Pack Stealth Black White 580521 143 Air Jordan 11 Low Aqua Safari White Turbo Green Volt Ice Black 136085 140 Air Jordan 1 Retro White University Blue Nike Air Foamposite One Knicks Tuesday, the Texans are like those teams that are trying to re sign their free agents. General manager Rick Smith, who returned from a competition committee meeting in Florida, and vice president of football operations Chris Olsen have to find ways to free up more money to try to re sign their key veterans like, among others, free safety Glover Quin, outside linebacker Connor Barwin, cornerback Brice McCain, fullback James Casey and offensive tackle Ryan Harris. The Texans have 19 players who'll be unrestricted unless they reach deals before the deadline. At some point, they might re sign some for $1 million or less. If they lose Barwin, Whitney Mercilus will be elevated into his starting spot opposite Brooks Reed. If that's the case, they'll have to sign or draft another outside linebacker like they did the last two years with Reed (second round) and Mercilus (first). If they re sign Barwin, they'll try to move Reed to inside linebacker next to Brian Cushing so they can get their best defenders on the field. Even though Barwin went from 11 1/2 sacks in 2011 to three last season, he'll still be a hot commodity on the open market. He's a hard worker who goes all out on every play. He added 10 pounds to reach 265 last season to play the run better. He had 12 tackles for a loss and 16 hits on the quarterback. If they lose Quin, they'll have to sign a veteran replacement or use a premium draft choice because they have no one on the roster to replace him. Nobody can do what Quin does. He started at cornerback his first two seasons and safety the last two seasons. He's coming off the best season of his career. He can play either safety spot. He's a durable, hard working and well respected player the kind the Texans don't want to lose. McCain missed four games with a foot injury. He played well the last two seasons covering slot receivers. There's a lot of depth at corner in free agency, but he might get a good offer to be the nickel corner, a role he played well for the Texans since Wade Phillips became defensive coordinator and Vance Joseph the secondary coach. If the Texans lose him, they have Brandon Harris, a former second round pick entering his third season, to replace McCain. Casey is a dual purpose player who can play tight end, H back, fullback and excel on special teams. He can also deep snap. At 29, this is the best time of his career to earn a few million with a team that wants to throw him the ball. He's got splendid hands, gives everything he's got on every play and is a tremendous team guy. Tyler Clutts, who signed last year, is the only other fullback on the roster. He's a power blocker but isn't the receiver Casey is. The Texans need to re sign Harris. He was the swing tackle who spelled right tackle Derek Newton. They have no offensive tackle on the roster, other than Newton and Duane Brown, who's played in an NFL game. This position should be a need in the draft, and they'll need to add more for camp. Harris, who played for offensive coordinator Rick Dennison at Denver, knows the system. Greg Jennings, WR Jennings was a second round selection in the 2006 draft out of Western Michigan. Injuries have affected Jennings over the last couple seasons, but he is only 29 and should have some gas left in the tank."Wes Welker, WR Welker was not drafted in the 2004 draft but signed with the Chargers as an undrafted free agent. He has also played with the Dolphins, and most recently, the Patriots. He has also played with the Dolphins, and most recently, the Patriots. He is one of Tom Brady favorite targets and is known for his precise route running."Dashon Goldson, S Goldson was drafted in the fourth round of the 2007 draft out of the University of Washington. He has quickly earned a reputation for being one of the league hardest hitting safeties and also has a knack for turnovers." 308497 110 Air Jordan 4 Fire Red Retro 2012,I'm director of content strategy at startup Exitround. I was previously a staff reporter at Forbes covering start ups and venture capital. I'm interested in entrepreneurs who want to change the world, or have a point of view or compelling story. I was previously a reporter for Dow Jones VentureWire where my work also appeared in the Wall Street Journal. I've also written for Red Herring, the Long Beach Press Telegram and other outlets. In a former life I was a web developer. Follow me on Twitter tomiogeron, or Facebook , or Google+. Startup Path released a new version of its smart journal app today along with a third party API for other applications to integrate with Path. The integration means that once users connect Nike to Path, Path will auto post route maps from Nike so that friends can see their runs on Path. When they go for a run using Nike Plus, Path will automatically recognize the run and add it to Path in real time. Friends can then virtually "cheer" the runner on. The best part about this feature is that when friends cheer the person, the runner hears a cheering sound in his or her headphones while running. The idea is to encourage the person while she's running. Those virtual kudos are also visible on the route map, as if the person was there on the street. Path also automatically adds a point on the map where someone had his or her best pace. It has been 16 weeks since Path relaunched as a private journal for documenting activities among friends. The company now has 2 million users and half of its users return every month. The new Path API is still private for now, because Path wants to make sure it integrates quality content on Path. But the company plans to add new partners soon. The 30 person company is starting with health apps but will move to other verticals, said CEO Dave Morin. "The reason we're starting with a private (API) is to focus on quality," Morin said at a press briefing at the company's San Francisco offices. "We want to make sure every story on the Path feed is quality. We want to make sure that the stories that show up in Path are good stories and a big part of people's days." The small things are important to Path. Even the act of integrating the two apps is different. The screen is two small circles, a Path circle and a Nike circle. The user drags the two together in a kind of animation. Other new updates in Path 2.1 include adding "music match," the Shazam like functionality that recognizes a song that's playing and can post it to Path. Path has also revamped its camera lens features. The camera app also includes a new way of taking photos with focus and exposure adjustments both on the same screen.

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The process of setting up your key success factors need not be tedious or difficult. Simply ask the question: are the key things that, if you do them well, will ensure your success as a business? fill in the blanks of the sentence: I ______________________, then I will be successful. business plan must contain a list of key success factors for your business. Jan B. King, in her book Plans to Game Plans: A Practical System for Turning Strategies into Actions offers a number of key success factors applicable for any start up small businesses. Below are some of them: 1. Sell each unit at a profit. Evaluate each and every product that you sell and determine if you are selling them profitably. If not, you may need to identify how to make its current sales profitable, whether by reducing your costs for that product or increasing its price. 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McLaren on Thursday opened a 50 million pound ($80 million) factory that will allow mass production of a 200 mile per hour street legal model selling for 168,500 pounds ($266,000) as it seeks to translate sporting success into 4,000 car sales a year. Only a handful of teams in the history of motor sport have managed to leverage triumphs on the track to build a manufacturing business. Ferrari's cross over success remains unique among competitors in Formula One, the world's richest race car series with annual revenue of $1.1 billion and a television audience averaging 50 million for each grand prix. "They've done a massive amount of work to ensure the car is really amazing," he said. "It looks like a fantastic product." 'Difficulty of survival' McLaren opted to begin volume production with a program it estimates will cost about $800 million after efforts to harness race bred technology for other uses had limited success. While the company's electronics are used throughout world motor sport from Formula One to Nascar and IndyCar, the market is worth only about 20 million pounds a year, Dennis, 64, said in an interview at the new factory in Woking, England, pushing it to take a bolder step to safeguard the future. "When you look down the pit lane, as I've been doing for a great many years, and you see that the only brand consistently there is Ferrari, you realize the fragility and the difficulty of survival," he said. "So that meant diversification." 2,000 sales Dennis said he's continuing to seek new investment after cutting his stake in McLaren Group, owner of the Formula One team, to 25 percent and spinning off the production car venture as McLaren Automotive, in which he has an 18 percent stake. Bahraini sovereign wealth fund Mumtalakat Holding Co. is the biggest shareholder in both enterprises. Established by New Zealander Bruce McLaren in 1963, McLaren entered Formula One in 1966 and won its first race in Belgium in 1968. Forays into manufacturing to date have been limited to a venture with one time investor Mercedes and the F1 supercar, which had a production run of 106 vehicles and was the costliest auto of the 1990s at 540,000 pounds. With a 240 mph top speed, it was also the fastest until the Bugatti Veyron in 2005. showrooms by year's end as production accelerates. The company has presold 2,000 cars, with 250 already delivered to European clients from existing facilities at the adjoining McLaren Technology Centre, where its Formula One racers are made."McLaren is following the Ferrari path of building a brand around racing and exporting that into the road car sector," said Jenkins. "They came at it a different way with the F1, which was a very specialist supercar, not mass market, and really are now trying to more seriously develop their brand in that area." Ferrari, founded as a race team in 1929, didn't make a road going auto until 1947, three years before the first Formula One championship. Based in Maranello, northern Italy, it has won 15 driver's championships, three more than McLaren. Most other specialist race teams have stuck with the track, and those embracing mass production have generally struggled, among them Lotus of Norwich, England, which was rescued first by General Motors Co. and then Malaysia's Proton Holdings Bhd. Toyota flop Other carmakers come to Formula One as established global manufacturers looking to bolster the prestige and sporting credentials of their road cars. Ford Motor Co. bought a team from former driver Jackie Stewart in 1999 to promote the Jaguar brand it then owned before selling the team in 2004 to Austrian drinks company Red Bull GmbH, which subsequently won the world title. Dennis reckons Toyota Motor Corp. spent 3 billion euros ($4 billion) over eight years without winning a single race. Renault SA and Daimler AG's Mercedes unit are among 12 teams competing in this year's world championship. McLaren's push into manufacturing envisages developing eight models and variants in coming years, it said Thursday. Dennis's goal is to build 4,000 cars a year within five years, equal to almost two thirds of Ferrari's anticipated 6,500 vehicle output for 2010 and three times deliveries at Volkswagen AG's Lamborghini unit. Those issues, which McLaren says have been resolved, are not unusual in early build supercar models, according to Jardine. "Ron Dennis's attention to detail is legendary and I expect to see that philosophy in the road cars," he said. "If you want a raw gear change and raw noise you'll buy something more basic, but with McLaren you're going to get sophistication." Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd., the third ranked Formula One team with seven drivers' championships, is sticking with McLaren's old strategy of technology transfer, contributing to the C X75 electric supercar being developed by the Jaguar Land Rover luxury unit of India's Tata Motors Ltd., which will sell from 700,000 pounds and reach 60 mph in three seconds. China, India The success of McLaren's MP4 12C in the showroom may hinge on Formula One's penetration of emerging markets, particularly in the Middle East and Asia, according to Cranfield's Jenkins. The series has added races in China, Singapore and South Korea in recent years and last month staged the inaugural India Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit near New Delhi.

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