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A list of top donors of hard money looks very different than the roster of top donors overall, which is skewed by the few who give big bucks to outside spending groups.
The asbestos industry was well aware that asbestos was deadly. Yet, the companies that mined asbestos, and those that exposed workers, military personnel and consumers to it, and their insurers kept what they knew secret for decades -- endangering hundreds of thousands of Americans; many of whom perished as a result.
Pervasive violations of worker safety and health standards at giant Fortune 500 firms like Honeywell underscore the need to hold federal contractors accountable for the hazards to which their workers are exposed.
The company just introduced some cool new devices to compliment its popular "Echo" speaker.
The bitter irony is inescapable: A company dedicated to protecting Americans is one of the biggest supporters of a bill that would put many Americans, including its own customers, at risk. You can bet you won't see a TV commercial advertising that fact. Honeywell should be ashamed.
Nothing says summer like a family meal cooked on the grill. Seriously, who wants to create more heat in the kitchen when it's already sweltering outside? These innovative, new tools make it easier than ever to grill the perfect meal.
But for the moment, at least, business appears to have won the most important dispute -- and consumer groups did not. The
It's winter. And it's cold. And that means stocking up on blankets and hot cocoa, getting toasty by the fire and snuggling
Predictions of a new global recession began to appear in the financial media in early October just before the market took its dive, recycling much the same forecast that CNBC trotted out the previous October!
Big news yesterday as Apple shows the world how it's done. The results? A (free) U2 album on iTunes; a larger screen; paving the way for mobile payments; and, of course, the long-awaited iWatch.
The idea that household appliances need Internet-connected capabilities has always seemed over the top. The products are finally becoming practical. However, before these technologies become mainstream the industry will need to address a major issue: Can they convince consumers that these devices are secure and non-invasive?
Honeywell CEO David Cote ran into trouble last week when he testified in favor of a big free trade deal before the Senate
But the folks over at Honeywell Heaters have identified a new reason to consider one city over another: Coziness. In their
But Lois Dorsey, a retired school teacher who lives next to the Exxon plant gate in Dixie, said she and her neighbors do
The NRC updated its list of restricted securities in a December memo sent to The Huffington Post by an NRC official. But
"It's a lot easier for groups like this to sit on the sidelines and throw stones than to talk about the 4 million meals that
Awareness of the unfair tax code that relieves a burden from those who have the most and shifting it to those who can barely scrape by has spread all over America, and Congress will soon have no choice but to acknowledge it.
Forty more corporate CEOs, including JetBlue's, have joined a covert lobbying group for Wall Street, billionaires, and the defense industry called "Fix the Debt," in an effort to maximize their own already-swollen bank accounts by destroying your financial future.