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Avoiding power outages with a portable generator

SEATTLE — Hundreds of thousands of people lost power during powerful windstorms and snowstorms over the last couple months.

The experts at PEMCO Insurance are offering advice about what to look for when purchasing a portable generator and how to use one safely when the power goes out. 335 more words


Robocalls: Relief In the Works May Not Stop the Ringing

CHICAGO (CBS) — Americans got 5.2 billion robocalls last month. Chicago’s share was 36 million.

CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker explains why efforts underway to curb the calls may not stop a lot of them. 924 more words


Payless ShoeSource To Close All Remaining US Stores

NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Payless ShoeSource is shuttering all of its 2,100 remaining stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, joining a list of iconic names like Toys R Us that have closed down in the last year. 322 more words


What’s All The Fuss About Flexitarians and Faux Meat?

Well, we’ve got through Veganuary and, if you’re to believe all the media hype, the comfortably-off Western world is eschewing meat. January saw a torrent of plant-based meat lookalike products and vegetarian fare flood onto markets in Europe and North America and, what’s more, they were courtesy of “Big Food” not quirky millennial start-up companies, … 1,678 more words


Industrial Protective Footwear Market – Industry Insights into Distribution and Trade Scenario, Company Market Share & Value Chain Analysis

With workers’ safety emerging as utmost priority in industrial operations, the prospects of the global industrial protective footwear market seem promising. According to a report published by Transparency Market Research (TMR) titled “ 482 more words


Will backlash against Amazon's NYC tax breaks kill other deals?

(CNN) — Is the Amazon-New York City split up on Valentine’s Day the start of a new trend?

Critics of the deal think so. They say it’s the beginning of the end of state and local governments showering companies with billions of dollars in tax breaks and other incentives. 717 more words