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Toyota shows new violin-playing robot, says robotics will become one of its key businesses 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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Toyota shows new violin-playing robot, says robotics will become one of its key businesses 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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Palm Springs or Canada in the winter? Hmm, eh? 5.12.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
The weak U.S. dollar is drawing more home buyers from the north.

Doug Morrison saw the snow outside his Edmonton, Canada, bedroom window one morning last week and knew this was the time. Three hours later, he was on a plane to Palm Springs.
Condo Sales Slump Spurs Switch to Rentals 5.12.2007 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Developers and lenders are aiming to turn condo projects that aren't selling into successful rental ...
The chill spreads to commercial real estate 4.12.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
Credit market turmoil has slowed sales and softened prices for office buildings in Southern California.

The global credit crunch that took hold of financial markets in the summer is now taking the steam out of commercial real estate.
Un-Neighborly McMansions 4.12.2007 Newsweek Top Stories
They're surviving the slump. One homeowner's fight.
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Bright Prospects for a Comfortable Ride 4.12.2007 NY Times: Business
The $2.4 billion chauffeured transportation business is doing well both in the United States and overseas.
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Lessons Learned From a Wild Year 4.12.2007 WSJ: Most Emailed Today
The year 2007 is destined to be memorable for investors. The Dow hit a record high 34 times with two closing milestones -- 13000 and 14000 -- having been notched. But what's the most important lesson that individual investors should take from this year's wild ride, and how can they apply that lesson next year? Here's what a dozen prominent figures in the investment-fund arena had to ...
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Ford, Toyota sales flat in November; GM posts drop 4.12.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Automakers reported mixed U.S. sales results for November on Monday, with some new or more fuel-efficient models performing well despite consumer malaise over high gas prices and the weak economy.

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Gas-sippers lead mixed auto-sales report for November 4.12.2007 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Automakers today reported mixed U.S. sales results for November, with some new or more fuel-efficient models performing well despite consumer...
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Detroit Automakers Report Mixed Sales 4.12.2007 NY Times: Business
Ford posted an increase in monthly U.S. sales, snapping a streak of 12 consecutive declines, while Chrysler reported a 2 percent decline, and sales fell 11 percent at General Motors.
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Ford, Toyota Sales Are Flat; GM Down 4.12.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
Automakers reported mixed U.S. sales results for November on Monday, with some new or more fuel-efficient models performing well despite consumer malaise over high gas prices and the weak economy. General Motors Corp., the biggest automaker by ...
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New Orleans Hurt by Acute Rental Shortage 3.12.2007 NY Times: National
New Orleans is suffering from an acute shortage of housing that has nearly doubled the cost of rental units.
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Gift Brings Van Gogh's 'Ox-Cart' to Oregon Museum 3.12.2007 NPR: Morning Edition
A dark, early painting by Vincent Van Gogh is coming into public view for the first time in more than 50 years. An Oregon family donated the work, described as priceless, to the Portland Art Museum.
Gift Brings Van Gogh's 'Ox-Cart' to Oregon Museum 3.12.2007 NPR News
A dark, early painting by Vincent Van Gogh is coming into public view for the first time in more than 50 years. An Oregon family donated the work, described as priceless, to the Portland Art Museum.
Displaced by Katrina, evicted by FEMA / Trailer residents face housing crisis - rental pickings scant 3.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Inside trailer No. 27 here at the A.L. Davis Playground, where the government set up a camp last year for displaced residents of Hurricane Katrina, Tracy Bernard's meager possessions are all packed up, even though she has nowhere to go. About a month ago,... ...
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Kent substance-abuse team helps families rediscover hope 3.12.2007 Seattle Times: Local
There was a point, in his time as a drinker, a smoker, a snorter and a dealer, that Nick Berggren stood in the sights of a gun. He was 15 at...
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New Orleans Hurt by Acute Rental Shortage 3.12.2007 NY Times: National
New Orleans is suffering from an acute shortage of housing that has nearly doubled the cost of rental units.
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Guild has the art of the open house 3.12.2007 Mankato Free Press: Local News
The Emy Frentz Arts Guild will begin regular hours in two weeks, but it gave the public a preview look Sunday.
New Orleans Hurt by Acute Rental Shortage 3.12.2007 NY Times: National
Those who have decided to return to New Orleans are finding that decent affordable housing remains a casualty of Hurricane Katrina.
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