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Paper trail
According to the Global Wallcoverings Association, global wallpaper sales increased by 10 per cent in 2010, and a 2011 report by Global Industry Analysts Inc predicts that the wall coverings market will reach $26bn by 2015 as more people look to ...
A Noble Betrayal
His sense was humor was decent for a scientist - especially for an applied nonmetal materials engineer. In the course of many long, late nights in her advisor's Building 66 lab, Chloe had heard about Dan - that he was fun to work with.
Student Loan Borrowers Dazed and Confused by Servicer Shuffle
Yet, somehow, in succeeding months after leaving for failure to have the materials or staff to complete the advertised course, the debt increased to over $6800.
CISPA supporters list: 800+ companies that could help Uncle Sam snag your data
During the week of April 23, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA).
No Forensic Background? No Problem
The "Forensic Consultant" certificate journalism grad student Leah Bartos received after watching 90 minutes of video instruction, taking a 100-question test and paying $495 to the American College of Forensic Examiners International Inc. (Photo ...
Government Regulations Are Killing Middle Class Opportunity
Steve Zelnak is a member of the Job Creators Alliance, a nonprofit committed to the defense of the free enterprise system. He is also the chairman of the Board of Directors and former CEO of Martin Marietta Materials, Inc., and chairman and majority ...
Fred Hill Materials closes after 66 years
The Internal Revenue Service and trustees for the Teamsters Pension Fund were among the parties seeking to move the company from one chapter to the other after Fred Hill Materials failed to keep up on payments on a court-approved plan designed to move ...
Innovations in Higher Education? Hah!
You might expect such talk from a writer like Rosen, chairman and chief executive of Kaplan Inc. But you will find similar sentiments in almost every one of the excellent essays in Reinventing Higher Education.
Doodling for Dollars
Others, like vacation-rental company HomeAway Inc. and retailer Zappos, are hiring graphic recorders, consultants who sketch what is discussed at meetings and conferences, cartoon-style, to keep employees engaged.
Mix of Metal and Graphene Cools Chips
Engineers at North Carolina State Univeristy report in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B that they've found a better way to get the heat out of ICs.