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GreenspaceKyocera Solar Inc. plans to begin manufacturing solar modules in San Diego this year, the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company said Wednesday. Production at the companyâs existing Balboa Avenue facility is expected to help push Kyocera toward its goal of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersExhausted and sometimes discouraged, firefighters struggled for a third day Tuesday to wrest control of more than a dozen wildfires in Southern California that threatened such familiar landmarks as the Mt. Palomar Observatory and the resort communities...
Times Staff WriterAt first, it seems like the same kind of rubble that lies all over this town of dilapidated earthen brick and crumbling straw. Then there are the signs of ruined lives. A small pair of trousers. A broken dinner plate. A child's carefully penned exercise...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- The Bush Administration came under strong pressure from congressional leaders Sunday to back up its verbal condemnations of the Chinese government's violent crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators by imposing tough sanctions--including a...
China Daily, Beijing / Asia News NetworkDUSSELDORF, Germany (China Daily/ANN) -- Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, China's biggest telecommunication equipment company, has denied receiving government subsidies and has warned the European Union against being judgmental of Chinese companies. The EU...
St. Paul Pioneer PressGov. Mark Dayton and DFL legislative leaders have cut a deal on a tax bill that will increase income taxes on top earners and more than double cigarette taxes, clearing the way for the Legislature pass a budget and get their work done by Monday's deadline...
Philippine Daily Inquirer, Manila / Asia News NetworkMANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) -- After a spurt in the first hours after the voting ended, the counting slowed, making the tally in the Philippines' second automated polls move at snail's pace and raising questions about the credibility of the...
Tags: Asia, Elections, Philippines, Manila (Philippines), Voting
NewsdayPark Electrochemical Corp., a Melville-based manufacturer of high-tech materials, said its sales dipped as global demand for telecommunications equipment continued to wane. The company's fiscal fourth-quarter sales dropped to $42.7 million during the...
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The Virginian-PilotBefore a shovel sinks into Virginia soil, contractors and residents alike are required, in most cases, to pick up the phone and dial 811. Virginia's Miss Utility center in Roanoke fields the calls and notifies utility companies that someone is...
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors will consider a relatively light agenda at today’s public meeting in La Quinta. The open session agenda is solely dedicated to energy issues. The board will be asked to approve a major work...
Joyce Lain Kennedy - Careers NowDEAR JOYCE: My son will be leaving the military soon so I was interested to see in your column that Walmart has announced plans to offer jobs to any recent veterans who want one and to hire more than 100,000 in the next five years. That's good news....
Bright House Networks officials fixed the cable outage that affected some of its Central Florida customers. "The boxes that were taking longer to reboot after the network performance upgrade was complete are now coming back online," Bright House...
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