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An open letter to IWF and AWFS Fair officials

By Karl Ruedisser Posted: 03/10/2010 12:00AM

Several of our industry’s top machinery companies have made public their intentions not to exhibit at this year’s International Woodworking Machinery & Furniture Supply Fair in Atlanta. In addition, several industry trade publications and Web sites have openly questioned whether attending this show will be worthwhile if large companies like Stiles, Biesse, Weinig and others are absent. Lower attendance expectations have many exhibitors like Blum, Inc. concerned.

Klein assumes ASCP president's post

Posted: 03/10/2010 12:00AM

Klein assumes ACSP president post

Posted: 03/09/2010 4:51PM


Frivolous lawsuit? Couple sued over IKEA kitchen

By Karen Koenig Posted: 03/09/2010 12:00AM

I’m a big believer that there are too many lawsuits in this country. From the McDonald’s hot coffee fiasco, to a man who filed suit in 2006 against Michael Jordan and Nike co-founder Phil Knight because he found it “distressing” that people were confusing him with Jordan, people will stop at nothing for a buck and a little publicity.

Klein and Augspurger on Closets Expo

By Helen Kuhl Posted: 03/09/2010 12:00AM

Editorial Director Helen Kuhl talks to ACSP president Jeff Klein and immediate past-president Diana Augspurger at the conclusion of the 2010 Closets Conference & Expo, held in February at Long Beach, CA. Klein and Augspurger share their thoughts about this year’s conference as well as their outlook for activities and the industry in the coming year.

The Bark House rules

By Wade Vonasek Posted: 03/07/2010 12:00AM

A North Carolina company embraces sustainability in its products and processes by manufacturing poplar bark shingle siding.

'Cash for Caulkers' proposal has merit

By Rich Christianson Posted: 03/04/2010 12:00AM

I have to admit that I was not overly thrilled with some of President Barack Obama’s past stimulus packages, particularly the bail outs of failed financial institutions and troubled automakers.

Redwood Forest fog slowly slipping away

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 03/03/2010 12:00AM

Recent reports about a study appearing in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indicate that the fog covering the California coast, including the majestic redwood forests and the famed Golden Gate Bridge, has declined over the years.

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