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On The Cutting Edge of Dyslexia

Posted on  Friday, January 21, 2011

NEW BEDFORD — William Baker III has struggled with dyslexia almost all of his 19 years — he was diagnosed at 18 months as part of a Rutgers University study. But Baker never dreamed that a summer job

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BrightScope Teaches How His Startup Racked Up Sales

Posted on  Saturday, September 4, 2010

I was on the phone with Mike Alfred when he told me how his young company is growing sales and landing big customers, like Lockheed Martin. I thought he had some interesting techniques

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5 Questions With Titans Offensive Lineman LeRoy Harris

Posted on  Monday, August 16, 2010

I asked offensive lineman Leroy Harris to answer 5 questions …Q. One song you’d karaoke and why? A: “I’m not sure. I don’t always know the names. I just listen to the radio. I’m not a big CD person.”

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Kindest Cut Nets Service Award

Posted on  Thursday, April 1, 2010

Calgary businesswoman Angie Macdougall, division manager for Vector Marketing Corporation, the direct sales division of Cutco Cutlery Corporation, was recently presented with the "Marty Domitrovich Award for

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Summer Job: Nice Pay, if You Can Cut It

Posted on  Tuesday, August 5, 2008

When Derek Kernus failed to land a summer internship at a big company, the College of William & Mary student responded to an ad in the paper for an admittedly unusual job. Now he's spending the summer traipsing

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CUTCO Cutlery Keeps Manufacturing in U.S.

Posted on  Friday, March 17, 2006

A once-thriving cutlery industry, whose roots go back to English craftsmen who came to America in the 1700s, has pretty much disappeared from the landscape. But CUTCO Corp., a $184 million company

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