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At Last Night’s Debate: Romney Told 31 Myths In 41 Minutes
During the first presidential debate in Denver, Colorado Romney managed to tell 27 myths in his 38 minutes of speaking time. But at his second encounter with Obama in New York, the GOP presidential candidate — who has run a post-truth campaign from day one — outdid himself and crammed 31 myths in 41 minutes: Think Progress
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This Is The Biggest Economic Story In The World
This is really the big story of the month. The incredible rally in all things households. Let's just break it down really fast. Business Insider
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Contract Fabricators Invests More Than $1 Million To Expand To Iuka Mississippi’s Yellow Creek Port, hiring 50
Contract Fabricators invested more than $1 million to expand its manufacturing center to Iuka, Mississippi at the Yellow Creek Port, with plans to hire about 50 workers. Area Development
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Accuform Signs Plans $15 Million Manufacturing Facility In Brooksville FL, 271 new jobs
Accuform Signs, a manufacturer of safety signs and related products, plans to construct a $15 million, 304,000 square-foot, manufacturing facility near its current location at Hernando County Airport Corporate Park in Brooksville, Florida, with plans to hire 271 employees during the next four years, almost doubling its current workforce of 280 employees. Area Development
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NextLife To Open Recycling Plant, HQ In Rogers AR, Hire 350 People
NextLife Asset Recovery Services will open a corporate headquarters and processing plant in Rogers, it announced Wednesday. Arkansasbusiness.com
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Medicaid provider ending Kentucky contract, cutting 200 Lexington jobs
FRANKFORT — One of three Medicaid managed-care companies has told Kentucky that it plans to end its contract with the state by July 2013, putting 200 people out of work in Lexington. Kentucky Spirit notified the Cabinet for Health and Family Services on Wednesday that it intends to terminate its three-year contract a year early and seek unspecified damages from the state. Lexington Herald-Leader
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Holiday ramp-up: Amazon to hire 1,500 TN seasonal workers
Jordan Akins of Chattanooga had just gotten hired Tuesday for seasonal work at the Amazon distribution center and was looking forward to starting his job in early November. Chattanooga Times Free-Press
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Google Data Centers: Company Gives Us A Virtual Tour (PHOTOS)
Google is opening a virtual window into the secretive data centers where an intricate maze of computers process Internet search requests, show YouTube video clips and distribute email for millions of people. Huffington Post
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Ultraconservative GA Republican Faces Unusual Opposition
ATLANTA -- Having denounced evolution as a lie "straight from the pit of hell," Republican Rep. Paul Broun has won himself a new political opponent: Charles Darwin. An ultraconservative congressman whose district includes the University of Georgia campus, told a Baptist church last month that evolution, embryology and the Big Bang theory were lies spread by scientists out to erode people's faith in Jesus Christ. He also claimed the Earth is roughly 9,000 years old, a view held by fundamentalist Christians based on biblical accounts of creation. Huffington Post
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Boeing supplier Cyril Bath to expand, add 10 jobs in Monroe NC
Cyril Bath Co. in Monroe will spend $2.5 million for equipment and building improvements as it adds 10 jobs to the local facility. Charlotte Business Journal
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