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Toil and troublenew

Albertans' long working hours could be harming our health and productivity—is there a better way?
VUE Weekly  |  Josh Marcellin  |  11-06-2014  |  Business & Labor

Sparks Flyingnew

After nearly being electrocuted, a Metro Water employee is fired—and the risk-management specialist resigns in protest.
Tucson Weekly  |  Albert Vetere Lannon  |  09-20-2012  |  Business & Labor

Feud on Park Avenuenew

For the past two years, the corner of 16th Street and Park Avenue has been ground zero in a battle between a man who has filed more than 160 noise complaints and a bar owner who claims those efforts are tantamount to harassment.
Chico News & Review  |  Ken Smith  |  08-27-2012  |  Civil Liberties

Wal-Mart Has Been Blessednew

On the eve of opening day for rural Humboldt County's first Wal-Mart, Pastor Jeff Beltz invokes Jesus Christ, and eager consumers rejoice.
North Coast Journal  |  Andrew Goff  |  06-12-2012  |  Religion

Following Your Moneynew

For many, tracking finances is more chore than enjoyment, whether you are dealing with a business or your personal funds. And given how technology has made it easier to buy things, money can get tighter quicker.
Jackson Free Press  |  Sam Hall  |  04-06-2012  |  Tech

How Local Business Stops the Brain Drainnew

It is no coincidence that the "cool" cities where young workers want to live are filled with vibrant communities of locally owned businesses where they can hang out even if they're paying their dues in a boring workplace.
Jackson Free Press  |  Valerie Wells  |  04-05-2012  |  Business & Labor

Ghost Town Renegadenew

An owner of 93-year-old store stands tall as the neighborhood dies around him
Metro Times  |  Detroitblogger John  |  08-25-2011  |  Features

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