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Underwood Word Processor Without Software. Photo by Karnegie Musa. Copyright 2010.
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 Economics

Ryerson to Open Service Center in El Paso

 Texas Business reports:  A Chicago company hopes to tap more into the Mexico metals market with an El Paso operation. 

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 Energy

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Gateway Acquires Pipeline Assets From Laser for $1.1 Million

Texas Business reports:  Houston—Gateway Energy Corporation acquired natural gas pipeline assets from Laser Pipeline Company LP for $1.1 million, company officials announced. 

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 Government Contracts

Knight Security Systems Completes Groups I and II of $12 Million Statewide Video Surveillance Contract With Texas Department of Aging and Disability S

Texas Business reports:  Austin—Knight Security Systems, a leading security systems integrator,   completed Group I and II of its contract with the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) to install cameras and centralized video security management at its 12 state-supported living centers located across the state.

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 Legal

Austin Firm Wins $44.5 Million Navy Litigation Support Contract

Texas Business reports:  An Austin firm won a $44.5 million contract for Navy litigation support services. 

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Grapevine Clinic Charged With Offering Unauthorized Birth Control Products

Texas Business reports:  FORT WORTH – The Texas Attorney General’s office today took legal action against a Grapevine women’s health clinic for purchasing and selling intrauterine devices (IUDs) that were not approved for sale in the United States.

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 Movie Industry

Canceled 'Lone Star' shines bright at Austin Film Festival
Texas Business notes this story by the Los Angeles Times:  "Lone Star" has the dubious distinction of being the first casualty of the fall season. Full Story »