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- 'Poor' British Steel pensions advice reviewed by police
Tata employees claim they have been mis-sold advice about moving from the British Steel Pension Scheme.
BBC News. Friday, 19 Jan 2018.
- Steel pensions: Stephen Kinnock calls for flexibility
As steelworkers face a big pensions decision, an MP warns over a lack of flexibility in the system.
BBC News. Friday, 22 Dec 2017.
- Trade surplus hit by iron ore export slump
Australia's trade surplus shrinks dramatically, falling to around $100 million in October from $1.6 billion the month before amid a slump in iron ore exports.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Thursday, 7 Dec 2017.
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- GM to use carbon fiber in redesigned pickup beds
GM plans to use carbon fiber for the beds of its redesigned full-size pickups to improve performance and reduce weight. Carbon fiber is considerably stronger and lighter than steel and aluminum, but it's more expensive.
AutoNews.com. Thursday, 7 Dec 2017.
- PerceptIn Announces General Availability of Ironsides, First Full Robotics Vision System Combining Hardware and Software
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Ironsides is the first robotics vision system combining hardware and software for real-time tracking, mapping, and path planning for autonomous robots ...
Business Wire. Wednesday, 6 Dec 2017.
- Flexsteel Announces Quarterly Dividend
DUBUQUE, Iowa - Flexsteel Announces Quarterly Dividend ...
Business Wire. Tuesday, 5 Dec 2017.
- Email scandal deepens as Govt reveals minister kept colleagues in dark about investigation
Former Tasmanian environment minister Matthew Groom kept his most senior Cabinet colleagues in the dark about a public sector email scandal involving a department head, it is revealed.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Tuesday, 5 Dec 2017.
- Stelco, steel maker once seen as a relic, is stirring to life
After decades of crisis, a renewed sense of purpose has settled over 107-year-old Stelco, which just completed the first initial public offering of a North American steel maker in seven years.
AutoNews.com. Tuesday, 5 Dec 2017.
- Will North Korea's Kim Jong Un Destroy The Environment With His Nuclear Bombs?
North Korea’s pursuit to successfully launch a long-range nuclear missile brings about a number of questions. ...
Yahoo. Sunday, 3 Dec 2017.
- 'Very dire situation': Disappearance of Alberta's caribou threatens centuries-old way of life
As woodland caribou habitat dwindles, the threatened species' preservation pits the environment against economic interests in rural Alberta.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Monday, 20 Nov 2017.
- Famed health economist Uwe Reinhardt dies
Uwe Reinhardt, a Princeton University professor, used a combination of ironic humor, rigorous grasp of health economics, and lucid speaking and writing style to become perhaps the nation's foremost popularizer of healthcare policy issues.
Modern Healthcare. Tuesday, 14 Nov 2017.
- Washington can’t save community banks. It can’t even save itself
During the past year, many have hoped for action from Washington that can alleviate burden and stem the rapid pace of consolidation. But in the current political environment, that appears increasingly unlikely.
American Banker. Acquired Sunday, 12 Nov 2017.
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