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- Is a crash coming? Ask the clown unicycling on a tightrope, writes PETER HITCHENS
The British economy today resembles a clown on a unicycle, wobbling across Niagara Falls in a high wind on a tightrope, carrying a tottering burden of dead refrigerators, says Peter Hitchens.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 14 Oct 2018.
- Longtime Ford designer J Mays lands at Whirlpool
Longtime automotive designer J Mays is going from Ford Mustangs and F-150s to washing machines and refrigerators.
AutoNews.com. Monday, 17 Sep 2018.
- Sharp put a vacuum sealer in its new four-door refrigerator - CNET
It sucks the air out of your food's storage bags so it won't spoil as quickly.
CNET. Tuesday, 4 Sep 2018.
- Venezuelans turn to spoiled meat amid months of power outages, economic turmoil
Amid the worst economic environment in the country's history, Venezuelans in one city are knowingly buying spoiled meat because there's not enough electricity to keep their refrigerators working.
Fox News. Thursday, 23 Aug 2018.
- Starving Venezuelans are eating ROTTEN meat as butchers' refrigerators fail
Residents in Maracaibo, Venezuela - once the oil capital of the country - are eating spoiled meat after months of powercuts have made refrigerators idle and ruining whole sides of beef.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 23 Aug 2018.
- Flip your fridge, washing machine or dryer door for easier access - CNET
Many models of refrigerators, washers and dryers are made so that the door can be opened from either side. The process is simple.
CNET. Tuesday, 14 Aug 2018.
- Refrigeration maker to invest $1M in Mississippi, hire 30
NEW ALBANY, Miss. (AP) - A refrigeration equipment maker is shifting some production to Mississippi from Wisconsin, investing $1 million at its northeast Mississippi plant with plans to hire 30 new workers. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 7 Aug 2018.
- Laboratory Refrigerators and Ovens Markets 2015-2022 - Global Strategic Business Report 2018 - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN - The "Laboratory Refrigerators and Ovens - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. ... ...
Business Wire. Tuesday, 7 Aug 2018.
- Congo Ebola vaccine teams set up fridges, 43 cases suspected
Health workers in Congo were setting up refrigerators on Monday to keep cool an Ebola vaccine needed to tackle an outbreak suspected to have infected 43 people, the health ministry said.
Reuters. Monday, 6 Aug 2018.
- Girls Compete in 2018 ComEd Icebox Derby
Thirty Chicago-area girls race to the finish line in solar-power race cars made out of recycled refrigerators.
ABC News. Saturday, 4 Aug 2018.
- China to crack down on illegal ozone-depleting substances
China is carrying out national inspections on foam industries to crack down on illegal production of ozone depleting substances (ODS) widely used in refrigerators and air conditioners.
Reuters. Friday, 3 Aug 2018.
- Once Oil-Wealthy, Venezuela's Largest State Struggles to Keep Lights On
Across Maracaibo, the capital of Venezuela's largest state, residents unplug refrigerators to guard against power surges. Many only buy food they will consume the same day. Others regularly sleep outside. ...
Voice of America. Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018.
- Fridge at St. Vincent de Paul breaks down
St. Vincent de Paul feeds hundreds of people each day, but that may be in jeopardy after their refrigerator broke down, due to the extreme heat. Now, they are asking for the community for help. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
Fox News. Thursday, 26 Jul 2018.
- Factors That Are Likely to Impact Dover's (DOV) Q2 Earnings
While strong bookings will aid Dover's (DOV) second-quarter performance, tough comparisons and softer markets in retail refrigeration segment will impact results.
Zacks. Monday, 16 Jul 2018.
- Over a billion people struggle to stay cool as Earth warms
More than a billion people are at risk from a lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to preserve food and medicines as global warming brings more high temperatures, a study showed on Monday.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Monday, 16 Jul 2018.
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