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Whirlpool Veterans Association preps for Military Ball

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — The Whirlpool Veteran’s Association is expanding the Southwest Michigan Military Ball.

While all proceeds will continue to go to Homes for Our Troops, WVA members moved the event from November to April 23 at the Mendel Center. 502 more words

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Hero-themed race returns, with a twist

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — Local runners can still wear tights and capes for the fourth annual Superhero 5K. 598 more words

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Manufacturing a tweet: Whirlpool takes over MSU engineering's Twitter account

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — A group of Whirlpool Corp. employees spent their Tuesday lunch hour reaching out to college students through social media. 568 more words

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Whirlpool Profits, Sales Dip On Strong Dollar, Weak Overseas Demand

BENTON HARBOR — Whirlpool Corp. (NYSE: WHR) reported net income of $150 million or $1.92 a share in the first quarter ended March 31, down from $191 million or $2.38 a share in the same period a year earlier. 332 more words

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Whirlpool confirms layoffs in Benton Harbor, St. Joseph

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — Whirlpool Corp. confirmed Wednesday it is cutting jobs.

A Whirlpool spokesperson said there have been layoffs within the company, but did not say why or what departments will be affected. 237 more words

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Family Feud comes to Whirlpool

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — While the real Steve Harvey wasn’t there, dozens of area students shared laughs Friday playing Black History Family Feud inside Whirlpool Corp.’s Benton Harbor Technology Center. 545 more words

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Whirlpool employees speak about engineering gender equality

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — Stacey Wallis says girls don’t consider engineering as a career because they’re not exposed to it enough. 576 more words

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