Colored Fun Run or Potential Powder Keg?

You may not think combustible dust is something to worry about, but it’s more prevalent a cause for concern than you might suspect. Between 2009 and 2013, 57 combustible dust incidents caused 26 people to die, and another 129 to be injured. Now, after a fireball engulfed a crowd of patrons in Taiwan, authorities in […]
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Wal-Mart Tops the List for IT Spending in 2015

Information technology is quickly becoming one of the most expensive aspects of any business today. According to market researcher International Data Corp., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. spent more than $10.5 billion on information technology in 2015. In the years following the U.S. recession forcing significant spending cuts to IT, demand for business projects has increased. “They […]
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    Tesla Unveils Plans for Solar-Powered Roofing Material

    Metal roofs have been known to last over 30 years with minimal maintenance. They are high quality roofing products that keep a home’s warmth inside and protect a home’s occupants. The future, however, could bring even better metal roofing — namely, roofs featuring Tesla’s solar panels. “So the basic proposition will be: would you like […]
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    Etsy’s Success to Continue With New Apple Pay Feature

    It appears that the vintage and handmade goods online marketplace is alive and well as Etsy’s most recent report secured its place as one of the top e-commerce websites for artisans. Metrics from the Q2 2016 report revealed that Etsy’s total revenue reached over $85 million, exceeding analysts’ forecasts of $80.6 million. This revenue, in […]
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    Pre-Election Polls Showed Married Couples Voting Differently as Women Continue to Lean Further Left

    Men and women haven’t agreed on politics since the elections of 1972 and 1976. Then, the results were practically mirrored. Regardless of sex, the American public preferred one candidate over the other. In the past, while women tended to favor Democratic candidates more than men, married couples still tended to vote Republican. “Being married constrained […]
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    Unemployed Men More Likely to Divorce Than Men With Jobs

    Studies have shown that unemployed men are more likely to go through a divorce than men with stable jobs. This means that one’s professional life doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Rather, it is deeply engrained in one’s marriage and home life as well. Juggling work and family can be a major struggle for many couples, […]