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Russian Cargo Ship Crashes

Russian Cargo Ship Crashes
According to NASA officials, an unmanned Russian cargo ship filled with tons of supplies for astronauts aboard the International Space Station malfunctioned today and crashed back into earth. The ship blasted off at 9 a.m. ET and was due to arrive at the station on Friday.

Smartphones Threaten the Future of Texting

Smartphones Threaten the Future of Texting
The smartphone has rapidly become one of the most popular and sought-after technologies of our time. But while they have successfully boosted demand for data plans, they may be threatening to render the standard text message plan obsolete.

United Continental Issues iPads to Pilots

United Continental Issues iPads to Pilots
United Continental Holdings, Inc. will be giving 11,000 iPad computers to its United and Continental pilots. The handheld computers will be used to replace paper flight manuals.

Ethically Technical

Ethically Technical
When suffering IT companies responded harshly to setbacks, Tami King took things in a new direction.

Sewer Science

Sewer Science
NozzTeq® Inc. technologies hold the key to a critical American infrastructure problem.

Riding High

Riding High
Here within the stratosphere, businesses around the globe strive for success. But for some, the world is not enough. TriSept Corporation President Rob Spicer helps those companies take it to the next level.

Hungry for Change

Hungry for Change
When Richard J. Nogaj sold his successful engineering firm in the late 1990s and was looking toward retirement, his thoughts were on Florida—but not on the golf greens of Naples or the sandy beaches of the Keys. 

A New Direction

A New Direction
After 30 years of success, the co-owners of Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineering, Lewis N. Melton and Robert W. Vaughn, were ready to retire. But closing their firm was not an option, so they needed a successor with both civil engineering expertise and management skills.

Industrial Evolution

Industrial Evolution
In this digital age, a new generation of professionals is increasingly relying on efficient yet impersonal technologies to establish business connections. Emails are fast, but faceless and voiceless—it’s not always easy to maintain personal relationships with clients.

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