5 Things to Remember When Buying Used Construction Equipment

5 Things to Remember When Buying Used Construction Equipment

Many companies are now open to the idea of purchasing used equipment instead of new. It has become a feasible option mainly due to increasing operational costs. Second-hand deals now offer high quality products at competitive prices. To survive the decision to buy used equipment, you should ensure you are…

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Possible Reasons Why Your Business Could be Losing Money

Possible Reasons Why Your Business Could be Losing Money

No business wants to be in the situation where money is flowing out rather than flowing in. There are many reasons businesses could end up losing money than making it. Some of these reasons may have to do with things that the business cannot control, such as sudden changes to…

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Industrial Intrigue | 5 Ways to Bolster Interest in Your Brand

Industrial Intrigue | 5 Ways to Bolster Interest in Your Brand

With the growing numbers of brands and companies out there, it can be hard to be one that really sticks out to the crowd.  With the rise of technology, a lot of business is becoming computer based, even offices, companies such as Servcorp US provide virtual offices for business looking…

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Choosing an Online Stock Trading Platform

Choosing an Online Stock Trading Platform

Online stock trading has been the talk today. It has become very popular among people who rely on stocks buying and selling through online modes. Through online modes, it has become a lot easier for busy professionals to manage stocks. Online stock marketing in fact deleted the concept of the…

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Winds Whip up Ash From 1912 Alaska Volcanic Eruption

Winds Whip up Ash From 1912 Alaska Volcanic Eruption

Strong winds are whipping up loose volcanic ash from the eruption of an Alaska volcano more than a century ago. The fine ash mixed with snow and sleet to dust the city of Kodiak overnight. Officials Wednesday said there have been no reports that the ash has reached a level…

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Immigrants Say About-Face on Visas Costs Them Millions

Immigrants Say About-Face on Visas Costs Them Millions

A sudden about-face by the State Department has left tens of thousands of highly skilled immigrants unable to apply to become legal permanent residents as they had expected to on Thursday, even though many have already paid expensive legal and medical fees to get their applications ready, according to a…

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Large Numbers of Guadalupe Fur Seals Dying off in California

Large Numbers of Guadalupe Fur Seals Dying off in California

Scientists are looking at ocean-warming trends to figure out why endangered Guadalupe fur seals are stranding themselves and dying in alarming numbers along the central California coast. Approximately 80 emaciated fur seals have come ashore since January — about eight times more than normal — leading the National Oceanic and…

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Search for Egypt's Nefertiti Gains New Momentum

Search for Egypt’s Nefertiti Gains New Momentum

The search for ancient Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti in an alleged hidden chamber in King Tut’s tomb gained new momentum as Egypt’s Antiquities Minister said Tuesday he is now more convinced a queen’s tomb may lay hidden behind King Tutankhamun’s final resting place. While touring the burial sites of Tutankhamun and…

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Supermoon Lunar Eclipse: When to Catch It Tonight

Supermoon Lunar Eclipse: When to Catch It Tonight

A supermoon lunar eclipse will put on a show tonight — marking the first time the spectacle has occurred in more than three decades. A supermoon occurs when a full moon happens when it is at the closest point in its elliptical orbit around Earth, making the full moon appear…

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Brazil Pledges to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Brazil Pledges to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Brazil on Sunday became the first major developing country to pledge an absolute reduction in greenhouse gas emissions for an envisioned global pact against climate change. The world’s seventh biggest greenhouse gas polluter said it would cut its emissions by 37 percent by 2025 from 2005 levels by reducing deforestation…

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