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Toyota Temporarily Halts Production at San Antonio Plant After Experiencing Severe Storms and Flooding

Toyota Motor Corp.’s San Antonio pickup truck plant has temporarily halted its production due to damage the factory incurred from a recent storm...
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New Energy Waste Calculator Determines a Fan’s Efficiency

The Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) has introduced its new AMCA Fan Energy Waste Calculator. Under-performing industrial fans can often us...
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Trouble Brews for Online Lenders

Online mortgage lenders may be in hot water after U.S. Department of Justice officials opened a formal investigation into LendingClub, a prominent pee...
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Agricultural Author Voices Concerns on Family Farms Across North Dakota

John Ikerd, agricultural author, thinks more pigs are needed in North Dakota. According to the Bismark Tribune, Ikerd was invited by the Dakota Resour...
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Lowe’s Proves to be the Underdog in First Quarter Results

Lowe’s is no longer satisfied with being second to Home Depot and is decreasing the sales gap between the two. According to CNBC, the results of...
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BioLite Back At It Again With A New BlueTooth Camping Lantern

In this day and age, camping no longer means you have to unplug completely — and in many ways, this is a good thing. Several years ago, BioLite ...
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“Iron Nun” Saves Spokane Man from Mobile Home Fire

A Spokane man escaped a mobile home fire the morning of Monday, May 9, thanks to his neighbor, Sister Madonna Buder, also known as the “Iron Nun.”...
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The Millennial Effect: How Millennials Are Changing the Marketing Industry

Gone are the days of the voice call. Technological advances have changed the way we communicate today. Millennials, or the generation between 18 and 3...
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Inmate Looses Kidney, Sues State of Oregon for Medical Malpractice

An inmate at the woman’s state prison in Wilsonville, OR, has filed a medical malpractice suit against the state of Oregon and the physicians wo...