RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Deere and Company

A collection of news and information related to Deere and Company published by this site and its partners.

Top Deere and Company Articles

Displaying items 1-11
  • Green Wheels: Caffeine & Carburetors

    Green Wheels: Caffeine & Carburetors
    NEW CANAAN — It was unseasonably cold for the last Caffeine & Carburetors event in downtown New Canaan. If you haven't heard of this six-times-a-year ritual, it's worth a short review. The event, which is a delightfully informal alternative to...
  • Harman British Open bound after winning in Illinois

    (Reuters) - American Brian Harman clinched a late ticket to the British Open when he won the John Deere Classic by one stroke in Silvis, Illinois, on Sunday. The diminutive left-hander handled the pressure of leading into the final round, overcoming...
  • Harman hangs on to win John Deere Classic

    Harman hangs on to win John Deere Classic
    SILVIS, Ill. -- Brian Harman fired a 5-under 66 on Sunday as he hung on for a 1-stroke victory at the John Deere Classic. Harman collected his first career win on the PGA Tour at 22-under-par 262. With the victory, Harman earned the final spot up for...
  • Justin Rose shares lead in Scotland; Inbee Park takes British top spot

    Justin Rose shares lead in Scotland; Inbee Park takes British top spot
    Justin Rose set up a chance to capture back-to-back titles by shooting a five-under-par 66 in the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen on Saturday to move into a share of the lead with Marc Warren after three rounds. Rose and Warren, who had a 67, are at...
  • Did Kate Gosselin give her 10-year-olds a dangerous gift?

     
    Since the second episode of "Kate Plus 8: Sextuplets Turn 10" aired recently on TLC, concerns have been raised about Berks County mom Kate Gosselin's birthday gift of a John Deere Gator to her 10-year-old sextuplets. Questions arose after the......
  • Three share John Deere Classic lead

    Three share John Deere Classic lead
    SILVIS, Ill. -- Former winner Zach Johnson was one of three players to card an 8-under 63 on Thursday and claim a share of the lead after the opening round of the John Deere Classic. Johnson, the 2012 champion, was joined by Rory Sabbatini and Brian...
  • Auto review: Volvos don't look like Volvos anymore

    In my leafy suburb, the vegans and Democrats all 11 of them drive dusky old Volvo wagons shaped like cargo containers. Square and steely as Richard Nixon, these Swedish boxes on skinny wheels could probably survive an airdrop. But the car's parka-and-...
  • Rory McIlroy shoots seven-under 64 to take Scottish Open lead

    Rory McIlroy shoots seven-under 64 to take Scottish Open lead
    Three years after virtually giving up on links golf, a more mature Rory McIlroy appears ready to give it another chance. McIlroy tamed blustery conditions in the first round of the Scottish Open in Aberdeen to shoot a seven-under-par 64 on Thursday,...
  • Spieth knows John Deere Classic a big success in small market

    Jordan Spieth was gassed. After playing four straight PGA Tour events and shooting a disheartening final-round 75 at the Memorial, Spieth flew from central Ohio to eastern Iowa, dodging thunderstorms along the way. Over breakfast the next day, the...
  • Defining 'patriotism' stirs pride, gratitude: Letters

    Defining 'patriotism' stirs pride, gratitude: Letters
    The 5 senses I have pondered what patriotism is for me. I believe one can touch it, smell it, feel it, see it and hear it. Patriotism is when I am able to shake the hand of a soldier in thanks for placing his or her life in harm's way for us. It is...
  • Spieth back where his pro career took off

    Jordan Spieth authored one of the most memorable shots on the PGA Tour last year, holing out for a birdie from a bunker on the 72nd hole in the John Deere Classic, which he won in a playoff over Zach Johnson and David Hearn of Canada. So when he went...