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Campbell, John

Campbell, John, 1653–1728, American editor, b. Scotland. After emigrating to Boston, he was postmaster of the city from 1702 to 1718 and wrote newsletters for regular patrons. In 1704 he started printing these newsletters as a weekly half sheet, devoted mostly to foreign news, entitled the Boston News-Letter. Sold to Bartholomew Green in 1722, it was the first successfully established paper to appear in colonial America.
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WEST INDIES 222 (Roston Chase 48, Jason Holder 39, Shimron Hetmyer 35, Shai Hope 24, John Campbell 23; Ishant Sharma 5-43, Mohammed Shami 2-48, Ravindra Jadeja 2-64) and 100 (Kemar Roach 38; Jasprit Bumrah 5-7, Ishant Sharma 3-31, Mohammed Shami 2-13)
Summary: St John's [Antigua], Aug 17 (ANI): Cricket West Indies (CWI) included Darren Bravo and John Campbell in the 14-man squad for West Indies 'A' to play against India in a three-day tour match.
Stephens analyst John Campbell reiterated an Overweight rating and $19 price target on QuinStreet, calling the morning's 29% drop in the stock overdone despite the company's "quarterly misstep." Campbell noted that QuinStreet trades at 8.7x forward calendar year EBITDA, but if the company can have its QRP platform live and fully contributing through CY20, that becomes a mere 4.9x forward EBITDA, which is "obviously a compelling valuation." He added that the company's guidance is "doable" and "potentially conservative." He concluded that a "sub-10x EBITDA multiple is a great entry point into a double-digit grower with a great market position amidst a market seeing compelling secular trends/shifts towards digital."
West Indies batsmen John Campbell and Shai Hope shattered the record for the highest partnership for the opening wicket in one-day internationals with a stand of 365 against Ireland in Dublin on Sunday.
The West Indies openers John Campbell and Shai Hope celebrate their record ODI partnership.
A RECORD opening partnership of 365 between John Campbell and Shai Hope led West Indies to a crushing 196-run win over Ireland in Clontarf yesterday.
Part of 'The Collected Works of John Campbell' series, "Correspondence: 1927-1987" is a new collection of letters features illuminating conversations between Joseph Campbell and a fascinating cast of correspondents, ranging from friends and cowriters to renegade scholars and fellow visionaries.
Their final four wickets fell for just nine runs before Windies openers Kraigg Brathwaite (11) and John Campbell (16) went on to survive 21 overs to be 30 without loss at stumps.
John Campbell, a 26-year-old left-handed opener from Jamaica, received his first call-up along with the 30-year-old Shamarh Brooks, who captained the West Indies at the Under-19 World Cup in 2008.
The match between Hole I' the Wa' and Annan Town was finely poised until an injury to John Campbell stopped play and led to an abandonment.
VERMONT SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEM JOHN CAMPBELL (D) IS LEAVING THE LEGISLATURE after 16 years, and one of his key aides hopes to succeed him.
In this (edited) transcript of his workshop, John Campbell puts forth his views on casting topics, including entrainment, bifilms and their effect on casting properties, improving casting technology, pouring systems, and the ablation casting process.