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Tax credits hurt cash-strapped state [The Santa Fe New Mexican]
Demand for truck drivers is high [Victoria Advocate, Texas]
Briefcase 9/18/16 [The Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wis.]
Lennar Multifamily Communities is constructing the six-story complex, said David Plott, an Annapolis land-use attorney..."/>
Work starts on 293-unit apartment complex behind Double T Diner [The Capital, Annapolis, Md.]
Records detail Allegiant flight incidents [Orlando Sentinel]
Sports Direct have triggered a sweeping investigation by MPs into boardroom practices at Britain's biggest firms. The Business, Innovation, and Skills Committee has launched an inquiry into corporate governance, focusing on fat-cat pay, directors' responsibilities and the composition of boardrooms."/>
Daily Mail, London, business briefs column [Daily Mail, London]
Target of organic clothing, its owners say, servicing a growing segment of mainstream customers interested in fashion made in America out of sustainable materials. Initial plans call for five stores in the next two years, with two locations-- in Seattle and San Diego-- already scheduled to open by September 2017. Other targeted cities include Portland, Atlanta, Austin, Boulder and New York."/>
Tucson's Fed by Threads plans to go national [The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson]
Lockheed Martin- led industry team launched the 13th Littoral Combat Ship into the Menominee River at the Fincantieri Marinette Marine shipyard on Sept. 17.. Ship sponsor, Kate Lehrer, christened LCS 13, the future USS Wichita, in Navy tradition by breaking a champagne bottle across the ship's bow just prior to the launch. "It is an honor and privilege to serve as the sponsor of the future USS Wichita and to be a part of this major milestone in..."/>
Lockheed Martin-Led Team Launches Future USS Wichita
Terex Cranes workers laid off when that plant closed in July. "It means the former workers are eligible to apply for benefits under the federal Trade Adjustment Assistance program, including skills assessment, training and other benefits," Grassley spokesperson Jill Gerber said."/>
Federal help for Waverly Terex workers approved [Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa]
SolarCity's fate now lies squarely in the hands of Tesla Motors and its shareholders. A 45- day window in which SolarCity could consider other offers beyond Tesla's $2.3 billion merger bid closed on Wednesday night, and no other investor or company put a proposal on the table. After all, 15 potential buyers or investors looked at SolarCity earlier this summer, while the solar energy company was hammering out the terms of Tesla's merger offer and trying to see if anyone else..."/>
Musk's vision at stake in Tesla shareholders' vote on SolarCity merger [The Buffalo News, N.Y.]

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