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Chasing Bandwidth: The Challenge of Keeping Up with, The Growing Addiction to Data within the Hotel Industry By Rick Garlick, Global Practice Lead, Hospitality and Travel, J.D. Power - Each year, J.D. Power sponsors the most comprehensive study of guest experience within the North America hotel market, annually...

CenturyLink today announced its delivery of gigabit Internet service to 14,000 multi-tenant units in 600 cities.

Discover how the winners of Culver’s FFA Essay Contest see technology impacting the agricultural industry and their ag careers.

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June is dairy month. See how Culver’s is celebrating the farmers behind menu items like Cheese Curds and Fresh Frozen Custard.

What should you do if you see a turtle crossing the road
This time of year many wildlife, like turtles, are on the move. Whether it's for new territory, breeding or a simple quest for food, it's possible that they will wander near or onto roads. Please keep a lookout for wildlife while you're driving.
These tips should help us all be aware and keep turtles safe this season.
Eastern Box Turtle, Photo by Danielle Brigida, USFWS
1. Be very careful when moving…

The job market is booming, unemployment is at an eight year low and salaries are ticking higher, all of which bodes well...

It is petty that having already made billions of dollars from selling food, merchandise, and lodging at our national parks to millions of visitors, Delaware North is essentially extorting taxpayers to allow Americans to keep what we already own. At a time when the rest of the country is celebrating the centennial of our national parks, Delaware North is chipping away their very foundation—the idea that these places belong to all Americans.

An internal military investigation finds egregious safety failures that contributed to an Army biodefense lab mistakenly shipping live anthrax to other labs for more than a decade, USA TODAY has learned.

Loneliness takes a toll on many aspects of health, in part because it activates a fight-or-flight immune response. That may have helped ancestors survive lonely exile, but can slowly kill us today.

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State parks officials, worried about how children have become inactive and disconnected from nature, are offering programs aimed at putting them in touch with the outdoors.

In the latest chapter of an ill-advised and politically unpopular effort to attack our shared natural heritage, a House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rob Bishop (UT) is corralling his anti-conservation allies in Congress to form a congressional working group aimed at finding ways to hand over America’s public lands to states and special interests
Launched in late April, the stated goal of the Federal Land Action…

First Business Bank; Lindsay, Stone & Briggs; J.H. Findorff & Son; and Summit Credit Union, to list just a few. By now, the names of our Executive Choice Award winners have become so familiar that they are not only household words, they’ve reached a certain iconic status.

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U.S. single-family home prices rose in November, building on a string of gains that points to a housing market that is on the mend, data from a closely watched survey showed on Tuesday.