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Austin Council nixes land sale that would have funded industrial park Development of a planned city-owned green industrial park, known as the ReManufacturing Hub, is in flux after Austin City Council denied Thursday a $1.45 million property sale designed to fund the project. The property in question is at 4711 Winnebago Lan
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Wichita materials manufacturer plans significant expansion Nitride Solutions has plans to spend $6 million to renovate its building and to hire 39 people over the next five years. The advanced materials company signed an agreement with the Greater Wichita Economic Development Coalition, according to a Wichita Eag
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DeLuca's Bakery in Brookline opens second shop in Lawrenceville After reopening in a former bakery business in Brookline in late 2014, DeLucas Bakery is now doing the same in the 10th Ward of Lawrenceville. DeLucas Bakery has opened its second location at 5227 Butler St., a renovated storefront thats operated off and
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Despite horrific diesel engine scandal, VW still selling good cars Last year wasn't a good year for Volkswagen. The company was caught cheating by using software that allowed its diesel-powered cars to evade emissions standards. About 500,000 diesel-powered VWs in the U.S and millions more around the world were affected.
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Five things you need to know today, and why Cincinnatians should root for Carolina on Sunday Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: Delta to cut 120 jobs at CVG Delta Air Lines will eliminate 120 jobs and reduce the hours for 185 other employees at Cincinnati/Northe
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Cincinnatis newest brewery plans to bolster neighborhood The newest brewery in the works for Cincinnati has big plans to help give a neighborhood new life, Soapbox Cincinnati reports. Brink Brewing Co. will open in College Hill this fall at 5905 Hamilton Ave. The 3,200-square-foot space will become a taproom an
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Will anybody want to live here anymore? Garry Brown has been getting emails and phone calls lately asking about the labels on his craft beers identifying the businesss location as Hoosick Falls, New York. His brewery on the Walloomsac River in Rensselaer County draws water from private wells, n
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How Nike, The Home Depot helped Plug Power reach $100 million in revenue Nike, The Home Depot and the French supermarket Colruyt are among the new customers Plug Power courted in 2015. Andy Marsh said adding more national and international retailers like these is key to achieving the companys 2016 revenue goal of $150 million.
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GlobalFoundries expansion continues to fuel economy Chuck Dunham and Graybar Electric have been supplying high-voltage switches and electrical panels to the GlobalFoundries computer chip plant in Malta for the past five years. The Albany electronic parts wholesaler billed the computer chip manufacturer $19
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Meet Bill Collings, Austins guitar god Bill Collings is a man who is completely in his element. He uses an air compressor to blow off the dust that has accumulated on his clothes and hands, looks me in the eye and picks up an acoustic guitar in the finishing room of his 37,000-square-foot prod
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