Petrobras: 4th biggest Energy company in the world

Petrobras: 4th biggest Energy company in the world

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

Petrobras was created in 1953 during the government of Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas, with popular support under the motto “The Petroleum is Ours!”. The company&#

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Artega Automobil GmbH & Co. KG: Experienced management and solid financing

Artega Automobil GmbH & Co. KG: Experienced management and solid financing

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

By building a new automotive plant at its headquarters in Delbrück in Westphalia, the Artega Automobil GmbH & Co. KG has created the optimal conditions for the mass-production

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The Lenzing: Group Leading Fiber Innovation

The Lenzing: Group Leading Fiber Innovation

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

The Lenzing Group is an international group of companies. The Lenzing headquarters in Austria coordinate their production sites in all major markets and their global network of sal

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A holiday tradition - Eat turkey, go shopping

A holiday tradition - Eat turkey, go shopping

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

Let’s say you wanted to find a catchy nickname for a day when millions of people would choose to get up very early in the morning and endure all sorts of inconveniences in the na

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Building for the Future by John Fleming AIA

Building for the Future by John Fleming AIA

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

A closer look at the Center for Urban Agriculture, a Living Building Challenge winner. Sustainability is often a secondary concern in new development. How can we do better? At Mith

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General Electric opens its wallet By Rich Smith

General Electric opens its wallet By Rich Smith

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

Finally! It’s been nearly two weeks since General Electric promised to reveal the identity of the companies from which it will buy 23,000 electric cars for its corporate flee

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Companies put cash to work, crank up the deals.

Companies put cash to work, crank up the deals.

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

NEW YORK — Big deals are a big deal again. From Caterpillar to Chevron to Google, some of the best-known names in corporate America are scooping up smaller companies, finally put

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