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Corning commences production at Clayton facility (+pics)
Corning Cable Systems Australia, part of Corning Incorporated's Telecommunications segment, has started working on its Altos Loose Tube Ribbon Cable production at its Clayton facilities, near Melbourne.
Marcus Jackson to be released from prison this week
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - When Marcus Jackson leaves his prison near the Outer Banks, he will be given a change of street clothes and not much else.
JEC Europe 2012 report
Owens Corning Composite Materials (Toledo, Ohio) claimed environmental sustainability as a core value, describing new plants that are coming online in Russia and Mexico and new sustainable products, including a formaldehyde-free binder for glass mats ...
170-page guide teaches pedophiles how to target your children
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Ever heard of a "grooming guide"? We hadn't either. Federal agents want that to change. They want all parents to know these vile guides are out there, teaching predators how to get to your kids.
Planar Systems, Inc. : Planar Launches Industry's First Transparent LCD ...
Today, Planar Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLNR), a global leader in digital display technology, unveiled a digital display box that incorporates a transparent display to create a first-of-its-kind merchandising and exhibition solution.
US Siding Industry
US demand for siding is forecast to grow 8.4 percent per year through 2016 to 96.5 million squares, valued at $10.2 billion. Growth will be spurred by an increase in housing completions from their depressed 2011 base.
Residential Roofing Materials: The North American Market
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs LG Lucid 4G: Which One Should You Buy?
The LG Lucid 4G comes with a Nova display that is claimed to offer superior outdoor visibility and is preloaded with multitasking and entertainment apps like Gmail, Netflix, YouTube and SmartShare.
Hewlett Packard's No Good, Terrible May: Layoffs And Tax Losses
In the case of HP, they passed funds along to a company called Foppingadreef, incorporated in the Dutch Antilles, long considered a problem child for tax haven purposes by the OECD (though that's changing).