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Industrial Production

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  • Market Week: May 21, 2012

    Market Week: May 21, 2012
    IRA Solutions, Inc.   Jesse Lipscomb, Investment Advisor CA Insurance Agent License: 0D22050 4025 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 300 San Diego, CA 92108 Phone: 619-280-2700 Jesse@FinancialCPR.net www.FinancialCPR.net   Play Video:  The US Debt Ceiling:...
  • Cops: Worker 'needed a break' from work, called in bomb threat

    About 300 employees of a Holly Hill manufacturer were evacuated for hours after staff in the HR department found a threatening voice-mail that indicated a bomb had been placed on the property, reports the Orlando Sentinel. Cops were able to trace the...
  • The Smell of the Season: Christmas trees are a big money industry

    The Smell of the Season:  Christmas trees are a big money industry
    Break out the eggnog. Bundle up the kids in their winter coats. It's that time of the year again, the most wonderful time of the year, when families arm themselves with Bing Crosby CDs, pile into their SUVs, and hit the road in search of Yuletide spirit...
  • Faulty fire-causing appliances

    Faulty fire-causing appliances
    Home appliances cause an estimated 150,000 fires a year, resulting in 150 deaths and more than $500 million in property damage. A new Consumer Reports investigation has turned up disturbing findings. Although many of those fires are due to human error,...
  • Packaging company expands operations in Franklin Co.

    Packaging company expands operations in Franklin Co.
    Governor Mitch Daniels joined executives from MBC Group, Inc., a manufacturer of packaged and printed materials, Wednesday to announce the company's plans to expand its operations here, creating up to 101 new jobs by 2014. The company, a service-...
  • Market Week: March 12, 2012

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || || ++++++++++++++++++++ || After a rough Tuesday, domestic equities nevertheless mostly managed to struggle back to even. Hurt by the year's first triple-digit one-day downdraft, the Dow was left...
  • Whirlpool Corp. to pay State back $800K for tax credits, incentives

    Whirlpool Corp. to pay State back $800K for tax credits, incentives
    The Indiana Economic Development Corporation and Whirlpool Corporation announced Tuesday that Whirlpool will honor its commitment and pay the state of Indiana $800,000 to resolve all tax credits and incentives associated with the loss of employment in the...
  • New home supply store offers hands-on experience

    COSTA MESA — Fixtures Living, a home supply store for the kitchen, bath and outdoors, will "change everything" with the opening of a flagship store in the South Coast Collection shopping center, a store spokeswoman said. The more than 20,000-...
  • Solana Beach considers banning plastic bags

    Solana Beach considers banning plastic bags
    SOLANA BEACH, Calif. - Plastic bags may soon be a thing of the past in Solana Beach as officials said the city will consider a ban on all non-biodegradable plastic bags. If passed, Solana Beach would be the first San Diego area community to have this...
  • Plastic bag ban, a small adjustment we should make now

    Smoking in restaurants and jetliners, glass and newspapers in the trash bin, oil or poison down the drain — years ago, many people didn’t think twice about environmental hazards that we now shake our heads at in disbelief. On some level,...
  • Outlook gloomy for August jobs report

    Outlook gloomy for August jobs report
    The stakes are high and the forecast is gloomy, ahead of the August jobs report scheduled to be released Friday by the Labor Department. A month ago, that report showed businesses added 163,000 jobs in July. Job gains at that level were the strongest...