December 16, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 50
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What would you do with the Big Three auto makers?

Not give them a dime

62%

Give them a smaller amount with conditions such as producing fuel-efficient cars and restructuring

33%

Give them up to $38 billion in bridge loans, no strings attached

5%


 

News to know

Ecobuild focuses on BIM, green technology

Building Information Modeling was the all-encompassing theme at this year’s Ecobuild & AEC-ST Fall conference at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C., Dec. 8-11. ... read more

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Installation of the week

2004-07 Toyota Sequoia

Download a free PDF featuring glass removal and replacement instructions for the 2004-07 Toyota Sequoia.

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Card Check Bill must be stopped

With Democrats soon to be in control of both houses of Congress and the White House, organized labor has begun to flex its muscles. At the top of their legislative priority list is the Employee Free Choice Act, better known as the Card Check Bill. ... read more

Product spotlight

Glass handlers

Italy’s glass processing machinery and equipment manufacturer Vitrododi International Co., S.p.A., introduced glass handling equipment that can be installed on various production lines. ... read more

Risk tip of the week

Controlling Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a compression and damage of the median nerve where it passes through the “tunnel” from the wrist to the hand. ... read more
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Chicago gets copper-clad tower

Parkview West condominiums feature copper-colored anodized metal panels introduced to a high-rise building for the first time in the United States by architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz.

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this Great glazing

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