May 12, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 19
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Creating positive cash flow is a vital cycle

—Guest blogger, Bill Evans, president, Evans Glass Co., Nashville

Making a profit is vital to a business. That is obvious to all. Getting paid is even more important. At my company we concentrate on getting paid quickly and creating positive cash flow ... read more

Product spotlight

Non-skid glass
Sevasa, Spain, offers its new line of non-skid glass, CriSamar Step. Resistant to scratches and stains and easy to clean, the glass is durable and is available in three versions ... read more 
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    Custom curtain wall at EnCana office tower   

    The new headquarters of EnCana Corp., Calgary, Alberta, one of the largest natural gas producers of North America, will be an 810-foot, 58-story office tower. Slated to be completed in 2011, "The Bow" tower will be the tallest in western Canada, according to officials from Oldcastle Glass, Santa Monica, Calif. About 3,300 EnCana employees will relocate from five different downtown sites to occupy the building. 

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