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LATEST NEWS, EVENTS & FEATURES                            April 16, 2020
March Retail Sales Plummet During Coronavirus Pandemic

Retail sales saw their biggest monthly drop on record during March as the coronavirus pandemic forced restaurants, bars and many stores to temporarily close across the nation and stay-at-home orders also impacted gasoline sales, the National Retail Federation said today.
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GE Healthcare Deploys Remote Patient Data Monitoring Technology

The company is bringing its Mural Virtual Care Solution, which is designed to give hospitals a broad view across their ventilated patient population and help identify patients at risk of deterioration, to the highly secure and trusted Microsoft Azure cloud platform.
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Construction Starts Decline in March

Residential building starts were 3% higher, while nonbuilding starts were up 5% for the 12 months ending March 2020.
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Ashley Norton Ushers in a New Bronze Age

A fresh, new assortment of art-grade bronze pieces designed for high-end residential or hospitality projects means even more choices for architects, designers, and homeowners…
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Small Business Administration Offers Emergency Funds to Combat COVID-19

During this COVID-19 crisis, access to capital is essential to keep small businesses in a financial position to pay employees and fully participate in a future economic upturn.
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Letter to the Industry from IHA President Derek Miller

The difficulties of 2020 are simply unprecedented, and as hard as it was to cancel the Show, it proved to be the correct decision. Coronavirus has since created an environment that continues to challenge all aspects of the industry.
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Frontdoor, Inc. to Announce First-Quarter 2020 Results

The company invites all interested parties to join Chief Executive Officer Rex Tibbens and Chief Financial Officer Brian Turcotte as they discuss the company’s operational performance and financial results for first-quarter 2020 and respond to questions from the investment community.
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PPG commits more than $1.5 million to support global COVID-19 relief efforts

As part of PPG’s global COVID-19 response and support of crucial international and regional needs, grant recipients include:
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CoreLogic Reports U.S. Annual Delinquency Rates Fell for 25th Consecutive Month in January

The report shows that nationally, 3.5% of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due, including those in foreclosure) in January 2020, representing a 0.5 percentage point decline in the overall delinquency rate compared with January 2019, when it was 4%.
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Granite Subsidiary Awarded $11 Million Pavement Preservation Contract

Scope of work includes pavement maintenance for approximately 440 lane miles on both residential and arterial roads throughout the City of Amarillo, equating to approximately 25 percent of the City’s road system.
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5 Tips for Operating a Rental Business

Rather than purchase tools for a specific project, many people prefer to rent equipment from a big box, the local hardware store, or a rental store.
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GE Appliances and Roper Corporation Are Committed to the Employees and Communities

As part of our commitment to employees and the communities where we live and work, new donations of appliances and critical supplies are being deployed in key areas:
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