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Boston Globe
US taking steps to whittle long airport checkpoint linesan effect on travel — which supports employment for one out of every nine Ameri
US taking steps to whittle long airport checkpoint lines
Boston Globe / Posted 4 hours ago
an effect on travel — which supports employment for one out of every nine Americans — as we head into the summer travel season,’’ Roger Dow, president of the industry trade group said Wednesday. The security checkpoint workforce at the... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Schlumberger (SLB) Stock Price Target Upped at Oppenheimer Todayearnings estimates in Q1 as margins surprised to the upside. The company respon
Schlumberger (SLB) Stock Price Target Upped at Oppenheimer Today
TheStreet.com / Posted 2 days ago
earnings estimates in Q1 as margins surprised to the upside. The company responded quickly to the downturn and reduced its workforce by 20,000 employees," Oppenheimer said in an analyst note. "We have been positive on the large-cap diversified... Read more
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The Mercury News
Carolyn Livengood: Skyline College in San Bruno launches partnership with Base 11into viable products and business opportunities. Landon Taylor, chief executiv
Carolyn Livengood: Skyline College in San Bruno launches partnership with Base 11
The Mercury News / Posted 5 days ago
into viable products and business opportunities. Landon Taylor, chief executive officer and chairman of Base 11, a STEM workforce and entrepreneur acceleration company on a mission to build a sustainable middle class in America, presented the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Lambton greenhouse about to growgrow the babies, basically,” Jodi said. “We do tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers an
Lambton greenhouse about to grow
Sarnia Observer / Posted 7 days ago
grow the babies, basically,” Jodi said. “We do tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and some eggplant.” November to February is peak season, and the couple fills in the off-season by growing lettuce. “We developed the product in-house,” she... Read more
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CNBC
Heartless ‘massive layoffs’ the main theme of earnings season so farThe second best performing group in earnings season were the banks. Bank of Ame
Heartless ‘massive layoffs’ the main theme of earnings season so far
CNBC / Posted 9 days ago
The second best performing group in earnings season were the banks. Bank of America's stock rose to $15 on Friday, up from $13. Cramer said it was no coincidence that it also cut costs aggressively. With many branches closed, in part because of... Read more
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Minot Daily News
MAGIC Fund: 25 years of impact on Minot area economyit is today. The number of visitors has increased from 6,000 to 21,000 a year a
MAGIC Fund: 25 years of impact on Minot area economy
Minot Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
it is today. The number of visitors has increased from 6,000 to 21,000 a year and employment has risen to 25 people at the peak of the season. While that $5,000 investment continues to see returns, it is a drop in the bucket among the more than... Read more
14d
Finance and Commerce
‘Ringer cranes’ may speed up St. Croix bridge projectproject that can’t afford any more setbacks after having already been delayed b
‘Ringer cranes’ may speed up St. Croix bridge project
Finance and Commerce / Posted 14 days ago
project that can’t afford any more setbacks after having already been delayed by a year. During the 2016 construction season, crews will use two “ringer cranes” to help lift and place some of the 180-ton concrete segments that will form the... Read more
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Woodridge Reporter
Choose DuPage: County unemployment numbers low though some areas lagThe county currently has an estimated 5.5 percent seasonally adjusted unemploym
Choose DuPage: County unemployment numbers low though some areas lag
Woodridge Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
The county currently has an estimated 5.5 percent seasonally adjusted unemployment rate, according to economic organization Choose DuPage after a recent survey of data from February 2016. That is good for the fourth lowest in the state of Illinois... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Welcome to the influenza statetropical climate is fuelling the surge in ­influenza cases, with numbers this y
Welcome to the influenza state
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
tropical climate is fuelling the surge in ­influenza cases, with numbers this year already double the average despite peak flu season being months away. There have been 2514 cases of the flu in Queensland this year, which is estimated to have... Read more
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Boston Globe
In Pennsylvania, Reagan Democrats consider Trump1980s, taking much of the town’s energy with it. The population here has sagged
In Pennsylvania, Reagan Democrats consider Trump
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
1980s, taking much of the town’s energy with it. The population here has sagged to about a third of what it was just at its peak. On Wednesday, US Steel, grappling with imports and competition from China, announced layoffs for 25 percent its North... Read more
24d
Boston Globe
In Pennsylvania, Reagan Democrats consider Trump1980s, taking much of the town’s energy with it. The population here has sagged
In Pennsylvania, Reagan Democrats consider Trump
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
1980s, taking much of the town’s energy with it. The population here has sagged to about a third of what it was just at its peak. On Wednesday, US Steel, grappling with imports and competition from China, announced layoffs for 25 percent its North... Read more
27d
Vail Daily
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposiumnow shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposium
Vail Daily / Posted 27 days ago
now shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead of merely following in their tracks. That speaking point was central during morning presentations at the 41st annual Mountain Travel Symposium on Wednesday, as the... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposiumnow shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposium
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 27 days ago
now shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead of merely following in their tracks. That speaking point was central during morning presentations at the 41st annual Mountain Travel Symposium on Wednesday, as the... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposiumnow shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposium
The Aspen Times / Posted 28 days ago
now shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead of merely following in their tracks. That speaking point was central during morning presentations at the 41st annual Mountain Travel Symposium on Wednesday, as the... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposiumnow shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead
Industry leaders have eye on future at Mountain Travel Symposium
Summit Daily News / Posted 28 days ago
now shifted toward using these pioneering figures as jumping-off points instead of merely following in their tracks. That speaking point was central during morning presentations at the 41st annual Mountain Travel Symposium on Wednesday, as the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Ajit Balakrishnan: Creating urban commonslower end of the Colaba Causeway. His "spot" is a tarpaulin spread over six woo
Ajit Balakrishnan: Creating urban commons
Business Standard India / Posted 30 days ago
lower end of the Colaba Causeway. His "spot" is a tarpaulin spread over six wooden boxes on which he displays the fruit in season that he handpicks from the Byculla wholesale vegetable market. His tiny fruit stall makes him about Rs 15,000 a month,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
How To Land A Summer Job Before Classes Endyour back—you’d better get ready now. It’s tough out there. In 2015, 2.7 milli
How To Land A Summer Job Before Classes End
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
your back—you’d better get ready now. It’s tough out there. In 2015, 2.7 million people aged 16 to 24 were added to the workforce between April and July, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And about 2.1 million of them found... Read more
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Breitbart
‘Fair Trade’: Ted Cruz Rejects GOP Orthodoxy, Joins Jeff Sessions Populist Revoltand implement trade deals that prioritize their own people first. This debate h
‘Fair Trade’: Ted Cruz Rejects GOP Orthodoxy, Joins Jeff Sessions Populist Revolt
Breitbart / Posted 1 months ago
and implement trade deals that prioritize their own people first. This debate has been a centerpiece of the 2016 primary season as both political parties have seen populist factions revolt against their respective establishments over what they... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
Farmers embrace new technology in SalinasFELIX: ERIN, FARMING CONTINUES TO BECOME MORE TECHNICAL MORE SPECIALIZED, WHICH
Farmers embrace new technology in Salinas
KSBW Salinas / Posted 1 months ago
FELIX: ERIN, FARMING CONTINUES TO BECOME MORE TECHNICAL MORE SPECIALIZED, WHICH REQUIRES A MORE EDUCATED WORKFORCE, AND TODAY'S AGREEMENT ADDRESSES BOTH OF THOSE AT WEDNESDAY'S SALINAS VALLEY AG TECH SUMMIT, THE PRESIDENTS OF HARTNELL COLLEGE AND... Read more

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