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Let's ban "hoppy" and "malty" from beer descriptions

Let's ban "hoppy" and "malty" from beer descriptions | Econ | Scoop.it
Hops and malts are complex. Our words should be, too.

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Larry Sandoval's curator insight, March 16, 2015 10:06 AM

Nice if I only still drank 

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A Field Guide to Stock Market Corrections | The Reformed Broker

A Field Guide to Stock Market Corrections | The Reformed Broker | Econ | Scoop.it
The S&P 500 hit 1709 a few weeks back and has since been dropping precipitously, we are now down roughly 3.7% from that level in a short period of time. Heading into today, we've been negative 4 days straight and have ...
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NY: Rep. Steve Israel Visits Clean-Tech Energy Innovator WATT Fuel Cell Corp. in Port Washington | SYS-CON Media

NY: Rep. Steve Israel Visits Clean-Tech Energy Innovator WATT Fuel Cell Corp. in Port Washington | SYS-CON Media | Econ | Scoop.it

 

Congressman Steve Israel (D-Huntington) visited Port Washington, N.Y.-based energy technology company WATT Fuel Cell Corp. (WATT) as part of yesterday’s Startup Day Across America, a national day dedicated to raising awareness of startup companies and job creation to catalyze support for the local entrepreneurial community. WATT is an example of a successful and established startup company that is creating high-skilled jobs on Long Island.

 

“WATT reflects Long Island’s tradition of innovation and entrepreneurship,” said Rep. Israel. “Small business startups are the backbone of our economy and create millions of good-paying American jobs. I will continue to fight for policies that spur the growth of innovative businesses and organizations like Accelerate Long Island, and I wholeheartedly support Startup Day Across America, which highlights their achievements.”

 

“WATT exemplifies the type of company that can spur significant U.S. job creation in the growing ‘green collar’ sector,” said Dr. Caine Finnerty, president and CEO of WATT Fuel Cell Corp. “It is essential for the U.S. to be competitive in the clean-tech and new energy generation markets in order to remain a world leader in technology innovation. Our company has developed and is now advancing the commercial availability of a game-changing energy generation technology, and this has in part been made possible by the support of our local elected officials.”

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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This acticle pertains to what we read in the book.  The book refers to land, capital, labor and entrepreneurs.  This article includes some of those areas.

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