7/20/2011   The U.S. fireworks industry, just like its patrons who like the Fourth of July, is looking up nowadays. While communities congregate across the nation to watch Independence Day displays, officials of the fireworks industry say that higher and… Read more...
7/19/2011   A group of unemployed lawyers meets in Chicago’s downtown area every two weeks to share employment opportunities and talk about the frustrations they experience while doing their job searches, as well as to lend support to one another.… Read more...
7/19/2011   A federal judge has ruled in favor of the government and threw out the lawsuit brought about by Gloucester and New Bedford, the two largest ports in the state of Massachusetts, in a legal row over fishing industry… Read more...
7/18/2011   Massachusetts officials descended on the nation’s capital yesterday to promote an industry convention slated to happen in Boston next year. They also trumpeted collaborations with three countries on new life sciences, and at the same time, also invited… Read more...
7/18/2011   Victory was claimed by both sides in a ruling Wednesday of a federal judge which dealt with when or if the Interior Secretary has to issue gas and oil leases that have been won at auctions. Oil and… Read more...
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