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With gun sales soaring, Smith & Wesson CEO earns big pay jump Smith & Wesson President and CEO P. James Debney earned four times as much this past fiscal year than he did in 2015, as the Springfield-based gun manufacturer saw large spikes in sales and profits. Debney brought home $5.3 million in total compensation i
bizjournals.com | Aug 23, 2016 6:13 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
One of GE Appliances' rivals is building in Louisville and we know where Midea America Corp., part of China-based Midea Group, plans to build a research center at 2700 Chestnut Station Court, in Blankenbaker Station business park in Louisville's East End. Officials plan to break ground on the project on Aug. 30, according to a
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Port of Baltimore renews relationship with paper company for 10 more years The Port of Baltimore will continue to receive shipments of UPM paper products after the Maryland Port Administration signed the company to a new 10-year contract extension. The extension, which took effect Aug. 1, replaces a previous 10-year contract tha
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Harley-Davidson introducing new Big Twin engine, upgraded Touring line Harley-Davidson Inc. said Tuesday that it is rolling out a more powerful engine for the 2017 lineup of Touring motorcycles. Harley-Davidson's new Milwaukee-Eight engine is the ninth Big Twin in the Milwaukee-based company's history, the motorcycle manufac
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P&G signs Super Bowl MVP to be next 'Old Spice Guy' Procter & Gamble Co. revealed today that the Cincinnati-based company has hired Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller as the face of its 2016 NFL ad campaign for Old Spice deodorant and body washes. Miller, who was named the most valuable player in Denvers
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Region's economic development experts share their priorities Birminghams CREW recently hosted a panel on economic development in metro Birmingham and brought in experts from Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair and Cullman counties. Representatives from each economic development entity face different struggles, whether it
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Textron Aviation gives new Citation Longitude its power Textron Aviation on Tuesday announced that its new Cessna Citation Longitude has completed initial ground tests on its Honeywell engines. It's testing, the company said in a press release, that helps clear the way for an expected first flight in the comin
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Port of Portland, auto import/export specialists get $2.6M for expansion The Port of Portland and a tenant that specializes in auto handling have received a $2.6 million state grant. The Oregon Department of Transportation, through its ConnectOregon program, allotted $2.6 million to the Port and its tenant Auto Warehousing Co.
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Swiss approve reimbursement for Mallinckrodt treatment Mallinckrodt PLC said Tuesday that Swiss regulators have approved for reimbursement a treatment for patients who develop certain complications following lung transplants, including the pharmaceutical company's Therakos Cellex photopheresis system. Switzer
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3M will close Ohio health-products plant 3M Co. plans to close a plant in Milford, Ohio, that makes products such as bandages, splints and other products for the manufacturer's health-care business. The Cincinnati Business Courier reports on the disclosure from Maplewood-based 3M, which notified
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