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Fast Facts - Grain, Trains and Autocrats: farmers pay the price of dismantling the Wheat Board

By Dean Harder

A banner 2013 crop year and some rail delays due to cold weather doesn’t account for all our grain transportation woes. Coordination of rail to ships is out of synch: a study by Quorum Corporation found that rail shipments to the West Coast are down 2 per cent from last year, but there are excess ships waiting in port. 943 more words

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A Diamond in the Rough

There is nothing wrong with this commercial. It fulfills it’s primary purpose – informing the consumer about the product – as well as successfully entertains her in a positive way. 164 more words

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Undeterred by its ban from Belgium, Uber expands in stealth to Finland

In its relentless efforts for world domination, it looks like Uber is quietly expanding to Finland. This is a new country for the transportation platform, which already moved into the neighboring nation of Sweden. 446 more words


Mercedes-Benz at the 2014 NYIAS: World Premiere of the new S 63 AMG Coupé

60 years after the legendary 300 SL ”Gullwing” debuted in the ”Big Apple”, another sporty dream car with the three-pointed star makes its entrance: The new S 63 AMG Coupé takes centre stage on the Mercedes-Benz stand at the New York International Auto Show.

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Foxfield Races 2014 Charlottesvilles 1st Call Taxi 434-906-6670

For over 30 years The Foxfield Racing Association has provided a beautiful setting for the equestrian sport of steeplechasing.  The alluring but challenging Foxfield course was designed to attract Thoroughbred owners and trainers, and to provide the jockey and his mount with a beautiful ride over rolling lush green turf.   153 more words

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