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How to Sell $15,000 of Tenderloin, Fast

And FoodMaven, a startup in Colorado Springs, Colo., is connecting suppliers with too much turkey or lettuce with restaurants and food-service companies that can buy it at a discount.

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30 Things You Should Never Say to Your Kids While You're Going Through a Divorce 

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Announcing the United States of Innovation 2017

To bolster regional growers, Portland entrepreneur David Stone launched Forager, a platform that digitizes interactions between farmers and retailers. The approximately 100 producers who have signed up can use Forager to connect with sellers, list their inventory, and fast-track payments. Stone is planning a national expansion.

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Warner Communications is extremely proud to have launched a bi-monthly magazine for our client, the International Window Film Association


Called The IWFA View, the digital publication uses a leading edge publishing solution which complements the information shared on the very successful social media program the Warner team also provides for the organization. It is all integrated with strong media relations and content development.


Part of the mission of The IWFA View is to offer information for its members, which includes window film manufacturers, distributors and dealers. In addition, since there are many other professionals and businesses that benefit or have an interest in window film, the publication expects to provide a unique view of the industry for architects, building engineers, interior designers, utilities, contractors, consultants and other industry professionals. 


Why don't you try 'flipping through the magazine? Access it here -  http://www.iwfa.com/Home/IWFAViewMagazine.aspx 


You won't be alone, in the first two-days of launching the publication had 250 page views!