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Dog In Window. Photo by Karnegie Musa. Copyright 2011.
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Photo by Karnegie Musa. Copyright 2011.

 Economics

CCS Medical Relocating Corporate Headquarters to DFW Metroplex
Texas Business reports:  DALLAS—CCS Medical plans to relocate its corporate headquarters from Clearwater, Florida to Farmers Branch, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Full Story »
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 Agribusiness

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A period of frequent Texas drought might "last another 15 or 20 years. It seems likely to last another decade," said Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, state climatologist. (Texas AgriLife Extension Service photo by Robert Burns)
State Climatologist: 'Very likely' that drought will last into 2012 – or longer

Texas Business reports: COLLEGE STATION –Another year of drought, or even five to ten years more drought?  The first is highly likely, and the second, though harder to predict, a strong possibility, according to John Nielsen-Gammon, state climatologist.


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 Finance

Texas Gulf Bank Breaks Ground in Friendswood, Texas

Texas Business reports:  FRIENDSWOOD—Texas Gulf Bank broke ground on its new branch location in Friendswood, Texas.


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 Industrial

Air Liquide Expands Capacity in Cleburne, Texas

Texas Business reports:  HOUSTON—Air Liquide Industrial U.S. LP broke ground this week on a new nitrogen liquefier at its air separation plant in Cleburne, Texas.


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 International Texas

Low-cost electronic tablet proves worth in Indian classroom
Texas Business reports:  HOUSTON—The U.S.- and Singapore-based creators of the low-cost I-slate electronic tablet are preparing for full-scale production now that a yearlong series of tests has shown that the device is an effective learning tool for Indian children. Full Story »
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 Technology

Low-cost electronic tablet proves worth in Indian classroom
Texas Business reports:  HOUSTON—The U.S.- and Singapore-based creators of the low-cost I-slate electronic tablet are preparing for full-scale production now that a yearlong series of tests has shown that the device is an effective learning tool for Indian children. Full Story »
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