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Albany International Corp. Chairman Emeritus J. Spencer Standish died on Thursday, September 22, at the age of 91. During his tenure at the Company, Mr. Standish carried his family’ s legacy through the twentieth and into the twenty-first century."/>
Statement from Albany International Corp. on the Death of Company Chairman Emeritus J. Spencer Standish
Bruker today announces that it has expanded its license agreement with 3 M for processing of FFPE tissue sections. Mass spectrometric imaging by MALDI-TOF is a technology with great potential for many applications in medicine. It is the leading mass spectrometric method for the analysis of tissues, such as F ormalin F ixed P araffin E mbedded tissues."/>
Bruker and 3M Expand Exclusive License for Processing of FFPE Tissue Sections to Routine Pathology
Apple iPhone models at all of its seven outlets Kingdomwide. A huge crowd collected at LuLu Hypermarket, Riyadh Avenue Mall on Saturday 12 a.m., with customers showing their eagerness to buy the new iPhone 7 and the bigger iPhone 7 Plus. The visibly excited customers were already at the mall from 8 p.m. waiting to own the mobile."/>
LuLu Hypermarkets organize colorful launch for iPhone 7 [Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia]
SolarCity manufacturing plant at RiverBend in South Buffalo is at the heart of criminal charges filed against CEO Louis P. Ciminelli and two other executives."/>
LPCiminelli has a wide range of clients [The Buffalo News, N.Y.]
Caterpillar Inc. is giving a generator set, powered by one of its most powerful engines, to St. Luke's Foundation for Haiti to aid the local hospital's work by providing reliable electricity. This year, Caterpillar celebrates the 35th anniversary of one of its most powerful engines– the 3500. "While most people know Caterpillar for our construction or mining equipment, Caterpillar has a long history of quietly providing power and backup power..."/>
Caterpillar Gives the Gift of Power to St. Luke's Foundation for Haiti
Lockheed Martin Corp. met in May at an annual lobbying briefing in Washington, figuring out ways to present a united front for congressional funding for top-dollar military equipment, said Rocco Calo,..."/>
Sikorsky Deal Keeps Copters Flowing [The Hartford Courant]
Stronger Turbine Blades with Molybdenum Silicides
General Electric Co., will provide funding of up to $50 million for global start-ups under its new accelerator five.eight programme, aimed at improving affordable healthcare in emerging markets. The company said on Friday that it would potentially invest up to $5 million per start-up to commercially scale up their innovations. GE's funding for each start-up will be evaluated on a..."/>
GE Healthcare to invest up to $50 million in start-up accelerator programme [Mint, New Delhi]
Komatsu America officials, with Starship's "We Built This City" blaring in the background, on Friday showed off their Chattanooga-made line of excavators as the company marked 30 years here. "To reach that milestone, 30 years, takes a lot of teamwork," said Komatsu America chief Rod Schrader. "My challenge and objective is let's continue to work closely together, cooperating and collaborating, so the next 30 years will be even more successful.""/>
Komatsu marks 30 years in Chattanooga [Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.]
LMI Aerospace Inc. is losing its engineering chief. Engineering Services President Brian Olsen is resigning to take another position within the industry, the company announced Friday. Engineering Services Chief Operating Officer Jay Inman will take on Olsen's duties while LMI evaluates looks for a replacement."/>
Engineering chief quits at LMI [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
Target posted job openings online for Grand Forks seasonal team members on Sept. 7, well ahead of when turkey-stuffed shoppers scramble for Christmas presents on Black Friday. The company boasted about store discounts, competitive pay and flexible scheduling for those who take the job."/>
Season for sales: SuperTarget, other retailers thinking about holiday staffing plans [Grand Forks Herald]
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics on Friday unveiled the first F-35A aircraft built for the Far Eastern ally. The stealth fighter is the first of 42 planes ordered by Japan to beef up its air defenses and defend the nation from what many believe is a growing military threat in East Asia-- particularly North Korea, which has drawn international criticism for its continued development..."/>
Lockheed Martin unveils first F-35 built for Japan [Fort Worth Star-Telegram]

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