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How To Shop Online For A Toughbook

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017:

Do you own or run a company wherein you need to use laptop computers on the job?  Do you require your employees to carry and to make use of computers to complete their day to day tasks?  If so, then you would most likely be concerned about maintenance issues and how you can avoid constantly taking these computers in for repair. With that in mind you will most likely not want these employees to make use of general laptop computers that you purchase from a computer company or local business in your area.  You want to be certain that you […] Read More →

School choice: The backbone of our country

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017:

Public school bureaucrats, the teachers unions and other establishmentarians insist that the American government-run public school system is the backbone of our country, and that any kind of choice, especially privatization, is harmful. But historically this just isn’t true. Data show that in the northern part of the U.S. between 1800 and 1840, before schooling became a function of government, literacy climbed from 75 percent to over 90 percent. There is evidence that literacy in Massachusetts was 98 percent before government involvement, as opposed to 91 percent today. Today public schools abound in our big cities, and the situation is […] Read More →

Exxon reports big drop in 4Q profit, takes gas write-down

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017:

DALLAS (AP) — Exxon Mobil posted its smallest quarterly profit in more than 17 years as low oil and gas prices pushed the company to write down the value of some natural gas holdings in the United States. The 40 percent decline in fourth-quarter profit capped Exxon’s weakest year since 1998. Still, Exxon ended a string of nine straight quarters in which revenue declined from a year earlier. The company’s new CEO, Darren Woods, didn’t signal any change in Exxon strategy. He blamed the lower profit on the long slump in oil and gas prices and the $2 billion write-down, […] Read More →

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