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  1. Three faces of one Bypass stretchRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | The Telegraph

    The Ruby Hospital-Baghajatin stretch on EM Byapss has been a motorist's nightmare since the onset of the monsoons. Now, two of the worst stretches on the Garia-bound flank - near Metro Cash & Carry and Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute - have been repaired but a portion of the road on the opposite flank is full of craters.

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  2. Disaster a chance to rebuildRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Philly.com

    Larry and Kim Glanz were heartbroken when they returned to their house in Ventnor five days after Hurricane Sandy pummeled New Jersey's coastline. On the first floor of their three-bedroom Colonial, furniture and personal belongings were floating in 3 feet of water.

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  3. Celebrate HAAM Benefit Day with our exclusive guide to hot acts and cool venuesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CultureMap

    As the Live Music Capital of the World, it is our responsibility to give back to the musicians who make that title a reality. When, on any given night, you can catch incredible talent, it's hard to believe that many of these musicians work multiple jobs and lack access to basic healthcare.

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  4. 50 Customer Service Quotes to Live By by @albertcostillRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Search Engine Journal

    As a marketer, you probably already know customer service is one of the most important parts of the job. In fact, according to Forrester , 90% of customer service decision makers believe that delivering good customer service is critical to their company's success.

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  5. One on One: Josh Briggs, co-owner, Wicked Twisted Pretzels, GraftonRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Item Extra

    Wicked Twisted Pretzels was established by brothers Josh and Shawn Briggs in 2012. The North Grafton company, 135 Westboro Road, makes six forms of its Bavarian-recipe-style pretzels.

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  6. Whole Foods Market Sells Down To Tempting LowsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    The smaller-scale 365 By Whole Foods Market store format can potentially run at lower costs, and make its goods more affordable. The China stock market meltdown has been helpful to investors looking for discount stock prices.

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  7. PeopleNet recognizes four fleets for innovationRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Fleet Owner Magazine

    ... and a driver watch list." The Kroger Co. , which is headquartered in Cincinnati and operates more than 2,600 grocery retail stores in 34 states, drew interest for an innovative workflow addition it plans to implement for all its stores and 1,150 ...

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  8. Why the rich love Burning ManRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Jwz

    The top-down, do what you want, radically express yourself and fuck everyone else worldview is precisely why Burning Man is so appealing to the Silicon Valley technocratic scions. To these young tech workers -- mostly white, mostly men -- who flock to the festival, Burning Man reinforces and fosters the idea that they can remake the world without anyone else's input.

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  9. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Stock Rating Upgraded by CSFBRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Other equities research analysts have also issued reports about the company. RBC Capital increased their price target on Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce from C$97.00 to C$109.00 and gave the stock a "sector perform" rating in a research note on Friday.

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  10. Delivery wars: Ocado takes on Amazon in its heartland as US giant...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    British online grocery delivery service Ocado is gearing up to launch overseas, as it positions itself to take on US giant Amazon on the international stage. Ocado is closing in on an international deal.

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  11. Millennials have transformed Arlington, but will they stay?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    The condominiums on the cul-de-sac in Fairway Village have sold steadily over the past eight years, transforming a solidly middle-aged enclave into a community of starter homes for the oldest members of Arlington's millennial boom. And now the young adults who have enlivened and enriched this urbanizing suburb just across the Potomac River from the District are starting a new generation; there have been 10 infants born to the 37 households on the cul-de-sac since 2008, five in the past year.

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  12. You Told Us: Concerns About Target Replacing Forest Hills Barnes & NobleRead the original story

    Friday | DNAInfo.com

    ... "I don't have enough facts but I feel that it is going to have an impact on the mom and pop stores, including the grocery stores," she said. "Yet, on the flip side," she added, "it might be bringing more people into the neighborhood who are going to ...

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  13. Do Not Mess With Michael Jordan And His Right Of PublicityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | JD Supra

    ... were offered space in the issue in exchange for offering copies of the magazine for sale. In turn, Chicago-area grocery store chains Jewel-Osco and Dominick's Finer Foods each created their own one-page insert in the Sports Illustrated issue ...

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  14. Albertsons drivers claim layoffs are unfair in wake of sale to HaggenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Pasadena Star-News

    ... many privileges due to our strong heritage of rights of seniority.” Haggen Inc.'s entry into the California grocery industry came about through the merger of Albertsons and Safeway. Cerberus Capital Management , the private investment company ...

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  15. Rant & Rave: Grateful for grocery generosityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    RAVE To the young woman in front of us in line at Grocery Outlet who not only emptied our basket for us at the checkstand but also paid for our groceries when she paid for her own. She made the day for this couple in their 80s who really appreciated it.

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  16. Publix rolls out limited edition NFL subs in Tampa, Miami, Jacksonville and AtlantaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Journal

    Publix Super Markets Inc. has created a signature sub for the four NFL teams with which it has sponsorship deals - the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and the Atlanta Falcons.

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  17. How To Profit From The Trends That Teenagers Actually Like, Part 1 Of 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    The natural and organic theme is one that teenagers love, which is important in ensuring its popularity in the future. I give two stocks to buy to play the theme outright, and two to buy that are indirect plays on the same theme.

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  18. Betting against Canada's banks doesn't pay off yet againRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Canadian banks have once again defied predictions of impending doom by posting another round of strong earnings results this week. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Toronto-Dominion Bank on Thursday became the two latest banks to beat expectations.

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  19. Deptford's probably not getting a supermarket any time soon and here's whyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NJ.com

    DEPTFORD TWP. - Despite continual efforts by the township to acquire a grocery store , officials say they have received little interest from supermarket chains that, according to officials, believe the market just isn't there.

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  20. A snapshot of Yonge and Bloor in the 1960sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BlogTO

    For about 10 years between the completion of the Yonge line and the opening of the Bloor-Danforth subway, the area was dominated by a large surface level streetcar-to-subway transfer area that allowed riders to descend into the subway via a set of stairs in the middle of Bloor St. The buildings at each of the corners were small: no more than six storeys. In a few years, when 1 Bloor West is completed, the average floor count of the buildings at Yonge and Bloor could be closer to 56. From the air in 1964, showing the complex construction work linking the Bloor-Danforth and existing Yonge subway line.

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