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Bridge Bank Provides $2.5 Million Credit Facility to Digital Trends
Bridge Capital Holdings (NASDAQ: BBNK), whose subsidiary is Bridge Bank, a full-service professional business bank headquartered in Silicon Valley and with offices located nationwide, announced today that it has provided Digital Trends, a leading consumer technology publisher headquartered in Portland, Oregon, a $2.5 million line of credit to support its working capital needs.

Axxess Pharma Inc. Announces New TapouT Product Order from Victory Brands Following Sell-Out of Initial Order
Axxess Pharma Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AXXE) a specialty pharmaceutical and nutritional supplements company is pleased to announce they have received a new order for TapouT-branded all-natural pain relief products from Victory Brands, Inc. The new order was placed through Axxess Pharma's wholly-owned subsidiary; AllStar Health Brands Inc

Axxess Pharma Inc. Announces Sellout of Initial Order of TapouT Pain Relief Products With Victory Brands Inc., a Leading Canadian Distributor
Axxess Pharma Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AXXE) a specialty pharmaceutical and nutritional supplements company is pleased to announce through its wholly-owned subsidiary, AllStar Health Brands Inc. that the initial order from Victory Brands, one of Canada's leading distributors of Health, Fitness and Nutrition products for its TapouT has sold out.

Axxess Pharma Inc. Announces TapouT Sales in Canada With Victory Brands Inc., a Leading Canadian Distributor
Axxess Pharma Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AXXE) a specialty pharmaceutical and nutritional supplements company is pleased to announce, its wholly-owned subsidiary, AllStar Health Brands Inc. has signed with Victory Brands, one of Canada's leading distributors of Health, Fitness and Nutrition products to sell its TapouT branded products into mass retail, specialty, pharmacies and select online retailers.

England could still miss Pietersen: Arthur
Australia coach Mickey Arthur believes England could still miss their star batsman Kevin Pietersen, despite winning four successive one-day internationals since he retired from limited overs cricket.

Cook says thoughts of series whitewash over Oz not in mind after winning second ODI
England captain Alastair Cook has said thoughts of completing a series whitewash over old foes Australia are still not on the players minds, following a six-wicket victory in the second one-day at the KIA Oval, which extended their lead to 2-0 in the five-match NatWest Series.

England cricketers to face HMRC quiz on tax loophole
England cricket stars would be facing an tax investigation into a loophole that could be saving players thousands of pounds a year.

Swann warns Oz of England's 'world class' players ahead of ODI series
Graeme Swann has said England's fast bowlers and batsmen are of world class quality, and are capable enough beating any side in the world.

Resurgent Oz pacers will trouble England's top batting line up: Wade
Australia's wicketkeeper Matthew Wade has said his team possesses the bowling firepower to trouble England's in-form batting line up during their five-match one-day series.

Broad says England have moved on since KP's retirement following Hales' masterclass
Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad has said England has moved on since opener Kevin Pietersen announced his retirement from limited over formats. He also hailed Alex Hales' superb innings of 99 against the West Indies in second and final Twenty20 match between the two sides.

Stuart Broad reckons England must find Pietersen's replacement for T20
England T20 captain Stuart Broad has insisted his Three Lions cricket team must find a replacement for star player Kevin Pietersen, ahead of the World T20 cricket tournament in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

'Rejuvenated' Bell keen to cement opening partnership with captain Cook
England batsman Ian Bell, who recently made a comeback into the one-day team, has expressed a desire to carry forward his growing partnership with captain Alastair Cook at the top of the order in the shorter version of cricket for England.

England to rely on 'specialists' in ODIs following Bell's century against Windies
England, who are aiming to become the best limited overs team in the world after conquering the Test front, would continue to play specialist players in their one-day team following Ian Bell's spectacular century against the West Indies in the first of the three one-day matches between them.

UDRS under scanner again after centurion Bell benefits in ODI against Windies
The controversy surrounding the application of the Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS) in the game of cricket at the international level refuses to die down.

England ready to match Gayle-led explosive Windies' firepower in ODIs: Cook
England skipper Alastair Cook has said that his team had the firepower to match the heavy hitting West Indies' batsmen in the upcoming ODIs.

Bell looks to fill in Pietersen's boots on England ODI return
Ian Bell, who has been picked to open alongside Alastair Cook in place of the retired Kevin Pietersen in ODIs, has vowed to use this opportunity to fill Pietersen's space in the team.

Bell will replace Pietersen as opener in England's ODI team
Warwickshire batsman Ian Bell will replace Kevin Pietersen as Alastair Cook's opening partner in the England's ODI team.

Bell geared up to replace Pietersen in England one-day cricket
England batsman Ian Bell has said he is ready to cement his place in the one-day squad following Kevin Pietersen's shock retirement decision from the limited over format of the game.

England names unchanged squad for Nottingham Test
England has named an unchanged 13-man squad for the second Test match against West Indies at Trent Bridge, starting on Friday.

Boycott pep talk helped Bell ring up the runs against the Windies
Former England cricket captain Geoffrey Boycott has T revealed how he gave a struggling Ian Bell a pep-talk prior to his classy 61 that pushed England into a winning position at Lord's against the West Indies.

Bell seeks redemption by scoring Test century against Windies at Lord's
England batsman Ian Bell, who failed terribly in the subcontinent conditions this winter, is now targeting a Test century during the first match of the Test series against the West Indies at Lord's, starting on May 17.

Bell says he's 'one knock away from turnaround'
England's stylish No 5 batsman Ian Bell believes he is just one knock away from a turnaround in his performance

Cook believes England top order batsmen 'back to their best'
England Test opener Alastair Cook believes his team's top order batsmen have finally regained their lost touch after recording their first Test win this year against Sri Lanka in Colombo.

Swann reaches fourth position in ICC Test rankings
England off spinner Graeme Swann snapped ten wickets during the second Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo, and his brilliant performance has helped him jump six positions in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test Bowling Rankings to reach fourth, just one place behind team mate James Anderson.

England spinner Panesar included in squad for Test series against Pak
England spinner Monty Panesar has been included in the team for the three- match Test series against Pakistan between January and February 2012.

Bopara at risk as Coach Flower plans to chop flops
England head coach Andy Flower has vowed to remove several cricketers from the squad after being embarrassed by the 5-0 series whitewash against India.

Bell should open in remaining ODIs against India: Vaughan
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has questioned the team management's decision not to include middle order batsman Ian Bell in the first eleven for the ongoing series against India, and suggested that he should open the innings in the remaining two matches of the lost series.

Cook confident of England 'producing challenge' before 'strong-at-home' India
England captain Alastair Cook has expressed confidence that his side would 'produce a challenge' before India in the five-match one-day international (ODI) series, beginning Friday (today).

Explosive Jonny Bairstow can show Twenty20 vision against Windies
England cricket team coach Andy Flower and one-day skipper Alastair Cook believe that Jonny Bairstow, the son of ex-keeper David Bairstow, has made an explosive impact on the national scene, and could deliver effectively against the two Twenty20 internationals against West Indies tomorrow and on Sunday.

England batsman Trott named ICC Cricketer of the Year
England batsman Jonathan Trott was on Monday named the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Cricketer of the Year for his achievements during 2011 when he compiled 1,042 runs at an average of 65.12 in 12 tests.

England win truncated second ODI against India by seven wickets
England continued their winning streak over India, successfully chasing the 188 runs needed after a fine captain's innings from Alastair Cook.

'Flexible' Ian Bell ready to usurp Pietersen's No.4 slot in England batting order
England batsman Ian Bell insists that he is ready to capitalize on his move up the batting order in the absence of Kevin Pietersen for the ongoing ODI series against India.

England name squads for Twenty20, ODI series against India
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced squads for the forthcoming Twenty20 international and five-match ODI series against India.

Tendulkar, Dhoni, Gambhir short-listed for ICC Awards
Indian bating maestro Sachin Tendulkar, captain M.S. Dhoni and opening batsman Gautam Gambhir have been short-listed for International Cricket Council (ICC) Awards, which will be presented at a ceremony in London on September 12.

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