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20-Mar-2006 News Archive Index
Tips from pros on avoiding a cluttered home business (The Philadelphia Inquirer)Here are hints from organizers and authors on how owners of home businesses can keep from becoming overwhelmed by clutter: If you find you are not working in your home office, don't fight it. Instead, figure out why. Maybe the lighting or furniture is bad. Maybe it's psychologically stifling to be in a basement, attic or spare bedroom. Either solve the problem or make the place where you actually
The Chinese view: 'India's power is infinite' (Rediff.com)'Only when India and China realise the true potential of growth will the world see the rise of the Asian century.'
Proposed Bill Would Expand Use Of Deadly Force (NBC 13 Birmingham)MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The Alabama House and Senate are now in a position to approve legislation that would expand the instances in which a person can kill someone to protect a home, business or vehicle.
Working on the Web (River Valley Business Report)Onalaska, Wis. ? As the owner of a small, home-based business, Andy Gartner knows first-hand the pros and cons of running such an enterprise. Through his professional life and his community activities, he works to assist other small business owners.
Zoning still big issue in Huntsburg (News-Herald)Though the crowd was larger and the venue smaller, tempers were cooler at Huntsburg Township's special Zoning Commission meeting Thursday. It was the second such meeting this year.
Chamber sponsors home & business expo (Waconia Patriot)If you're looking for an outing that will appeal to the entire family, look no further than the 2006 Norwood Young America Area Chamber of Commerce Home & Business Showcase.
Designer takes JCPenney to `a higher level' (Miami Herald)Interior designer Chris Madden has helped JCPenney put its home furnishings department in order and in step with what its customers were ready for -- ``a higher level of taste.''
Salvation Army to honor Enea at its 100th anniversary dinner (Herkimer Evening Telegram)HERKIMER - Harry Enea Jr. has been assisting the Salvation Army in Herkimer in a variety of ways ever since he started in the local funeral home business in 1969.
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