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STIX Market Research Celebrates Ten Years of Technology/Market Analysis, Custom Research, and Niche Publishing; Prepares New Growth Phase

...atabase. Mr. Saxman continued, "If we'd known what was in store for us, we might have taken a different approach. As it turned out, our model has prospered and been profitable from the first year. Now, the business environment looks even more challenging. Our response -- our 2009 business plan -- was to e...

'Military Spouse of the Year 2008' Announced

...editor of Military Spouse magazine and Milspouse.com. "Military life can throw family life into a tailspin. The fact that Chelle Brewer has smiled and prospered through countless obstacles is simply amazing." "We at TriWest have a motto, 'Whatever It Takes,' and it fits Chelle perfectly," said TriWest presid...
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Oceans Past: A Guide to Oceans Future

...ces have brought an onslaught of unknown diseases and the destruction of these ecosystems. In the late 19th century, poor coastal fishermen in Florida prospered from the sale of millions of pounds of bath sponges to the North American metropolises of New York, Chicago and St Louis. Sponger money was said to ev...

Researchers find origin of 'breathable' atmosphere half a billion years ago

... weathering, which pulled carbon dioxide from the air and cooled the climate. Then, as the oceans cooled to more hospitable temperatures, the plankton prospered -- and in turn created more oxygen through photosynthesis. It was a double whammy, he said. There's really no way around it when we combine the car...

Same mutation aided evolution in many fish species, Stanford study finds

.... When those fish bred, some gave rise to offspring with two copies of the mutation and no (or reduced) body armor. In a freshwater habitat those fish prospered and populated the stream or lake with similarly armorless offspring. Kingsley said this work is part of a larger study to understand how evolution ...
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Denver prospered because of "dreaded" TABOR

G reen Bay, Wis. - According to a recent article in Wisconsin Technology Network, regional cooperation is the cure all policy that will not only improve Wisconsin's business climate, but also put us on the path to economic recovery. After all, this strategy of mutual cooperation and regional...

The Next Economy - Market Collapses Drive Long-Term Growth

... some 275 firms producing automobiles. After World War II, although the number of automobile companies had been reduced to less than ten, the industry prospered and has played a huge part in driving the US economy for the last fifty years. It has completely revolutionized global manufacturing! History repea...

Broadband Deployment & Adoption in Wisconsin

... Wisconsins economy prospered greatly during the agricultural and industrial revolutions. And today we stand on the precipice of another turning point for Wisconsins economy; the ...

Californians: Stem cells important enough to go into debt for

...e that stem cell research is so important that theyre willing to make that investment. California is a risk-taking state, he said. Thats how theyve prospered ... and maintained its innovative and entrepreneurial edge. I think we have that kind of edge, too, but we certainly have to think long and hard about...

Seven good reasons to approve the Institutes for Discovery

...om the truth. Wisconsin researchers have worked within all federal guidelines since President Bush issued his order in August 2001 - and, in fact, has prospered by doing so. There would be far easier ways to dodge federal rules than to build a $150-million research center. 5. It's about all types of science...

Manufacturing Matters starts with innovation

...y since 2002, according to the strategic and technology-consulting firm Booz-Allen Hamilton , which is one of the reasons American manufacturers have prospered despite those competitive pressures. Those investments have helped them remain lean and mean, but it's an ongoing challenge, according to Mike Klonsin...

Midwest retains dominant role in 2005 world medical device market

...rticularly spinal), and diagnostic businesses. All of this while setting free its low margin hospital products business, now called Hospira, which has prospered since gaining its independence from Abbott. The above list doesn't reflect a whole group of smaller medical device companies headquartered in the M...
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