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US Manufacturing a ‘Rising Star’ in the World, Says New Report

The U.S. has lost some 7.5 million industrial jobs since the employment sector hit its peak in 1979, in large part because companies chose to ship the...
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New Report Finds America Employed, but Perhaps at the Cost of the Housing Market

After spending the better part of a decade in disaster mode, the American economy has used the past four years to gradually bounce back to a relativel...
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Phoenix Firefighters Lose 850 Keys

“Our accountability isn’t the best here,” said David Carter, Deputy Chief of the Phoenix Fire Department. He was speaking about the 850 key...
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Wrongful Death Complaint Filed Against Tough Mudder by 2013 Victim’s Estate

In the world of competitive athleticism, the Tough Mudder obstacle race ranks high near the top. In fact, according to the event’s own promotion...
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Chinese Company 3-D Prints 10 Houses in Just One Day

WinSun Decoration Design Engineering, a Chinese construction company, has harnessed the power of 3-D printing technology to build 10 one-story houses...
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Google Removes Pregnancy Center Ads Violating Deceptive Advertising Policies

After an investigation by the nonprofit organization NARAL Pro-Choice America, Google has decided to take down several ads for “crisis pregnancy cen...
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New Cake Boss Bakery Opens in Greenwich, Though Filming Not Allowed

There can be a few small downsides to fame — something Buddy Valastro Jr., better known as the “Cake Boss” of reality TV, knows well...
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RDCK Administration Defends Decision to Award More Expensive Office Furniture Bid

Last week, the Regional District of Central Kootenay awarded a contract for new office furniture to Graphic Office Interior Ltd., which is based in Va...
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New Crane Safety Manual Outlines Crane Operating Guidelines to Help Battle Safety Concerns

Construction is one of the 10 most dangerous professions, according to Forbes magazine, causing more than 200 fatalities and several more injuries in...
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Workplace Accidents Decrease Overseas

The number of work-related injury cases in 2014′s first quarter are on a down-slide in both China and Malaysia. According to China’s State...