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US Corn Belt still parched despite rain
A short U.S. harvest is raising worries about the world's largest food exporter's ability to meet the needs of food processors, livestock producers and ethanol makers. The lack of rain was also drying up waterways and slowing river shipments of ...
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Study finds link between employee engagement and profit
Consulting firm Towers Watson says it has found evidence that employers with a fully engaged workforce tend to have higher profit margins.
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Vancouver's new planning boss want to change the method of charging ...
Vancouver's new director of planning said he wants to get rid of the city's contentious "one-by-one" method of charging developers for community amenities in favour of a standardized fee.
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Apple's slow retail expansion in China may cost the firm
SHANGHAI - Apple Inc. has more retail stores in Pennsylvania than in all of China - where it earns a fifth of its revenue - and a slow pace of expansion may cost the firm more than just sales.
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Ethanol Makers' Long Hot Summer
Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc., the fourth-biggest U.S. ethanol producer, slowed production at two of its plants that use less-efficient processing technology early this year, cutting its ethanol output by about 5%.
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Ethanol Added $14.5 Billion to Consumer Motor Fuel Costs in 2011, Study Finds
Today, FarmEcon LLC released RFS, Fuel and Food Prices, and the Need for Statutory Flexibility, a study of ethanol's impact on food and fuel prices.
Ethanol Drops From Eight-Month High as Corn Prices Decline  Bloomberg
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How the Drought of 2012 Will Make Your Food More Expensive
for yrs there was an OVERPRODUCTION of corn - - - we should have a surplus up the wingwang - - - but nooooo - had to ship it off to asia or make it into fabulous ethanol. AGAIN - this a contrived situation. YES - there is a drought - but if we kept our ...
Corn-Crop Damage From Drought Poised to Worsen: Chart of the Day  Bloomberg
Worst US Drought Since 1956 Shrivels Corn, Soy Crops
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Why the Fight Over the �Great Green Fleet� is Fuelish
Next week in the Pacific Ocean, more than 25,000 American sailors and Marines will conduct one of the largest naval war games ever held.
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Khosla-Backed Coskata Shelves IPO, Shifting Focus to Gas
July 20 (Bloomberg) -- Coskata Inc., a biofuel company backed by venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, shelved its $100 million initial public offering and is seeking investors for a plant that will convert natural gas into ethanol. Unfavorable market ...
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Ethanol Rises to Eight-Month High as Heat Threatens Midwest Corn
Nedak Ethanol LLC said June 15 that it temporarily suspended production at its Atkinson, Nebraska, mill because of poor margins.
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