The fight against clothes line bans


Archive for October, 2010

The fight against clothes line bans

For decades, the clothes line has had an image problem in the US but, ahead of a rally to highlight the benefits of natural drying, is it about to be reclaimed? (2 hours ago)

On the Media: Onetime TV consumer watchdogs now ply their trade elsewhere

David Horowitz, Alan Mendelson and Judd McIlvain fight to build even modest audiences nowadays. David Horowitz was so big in the 1970s and ’80s that he appeared regularly on the “Today” show and “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson. Carson satirized the super-earnest consumer watchdog as “David Howitzer, Consumer Supporter.” (44 mins ago)

TAKE A LOOK-Potash takeover could cost Saskatchewan C$2 bln

TAKE A LOOK-Potash takeover could cost Saskatchewan C$2 bln (7 mins ago)

NewsWatch: U.S. stocks to be fueled by Fed debate

The U.S. stock market in days ahead faces lots of economic reports likely to stir the ongoing debate on whether the Federal Reserve will step in with another round of Treasury purchases, also known as quantitative easing. (9 hours ago)

Scott Burns: Getting paid to move your money

Tired of getting no interest on your bank deposits? Well, there is an alternative. It will require moving your bank account. It won’t require taking any risk. (31 mins ago)

U.S. manufacturing growth slows in September – ISM

U.S. manufacturing growth slows in September – ISM (39 mins ago)