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In 1980, 123 workers died when a North Sea floating oil field platform, the Alexander Kielland, capsized during a storm.

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The Greater Quad-Cities Hispanic Chamber's eDIME workshop on March 28 will focus on the need for certification among small businesses.

  • Stephen Larson and Debi Durham

Across the nation – and certainly in Iowa – the beverage alcohol industry is changing. The local movement in our state is robust, with a stead…

March means the madness of college basketball, the crack of the bats in baseball’s spring training and getting back outside after winter. For …

  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau

DES MOINES — The Iowa Legislature has never created a bad tax credit, according to testimony Monday from representatives of business, industry…

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DEWITT, Iowa — Farm Credit Services of America, or FCSAmerica, will return $3.619 million to Quad-City area farmers in Cedar, Clinton, Jackson…

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Arconic announced a multi-year supply deal Monday with Toyota North America to supply aluminum for the automaker's all-new Lexus RX.

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In 1987, a garbage barge, carrying 3,200 tons of refuse, left Islip, New York, on a six-month journey in search of a place to unload. (The bar…

Wednesday, March 20, 1912 -- GREATER DAVENPORT COMMITTEE GETS ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY | MANUFACTURE OF TYPE-SETTING MACHINES WILL BE CARRIED ON HERE

  • Jeff Oestmann

As a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, it is no surprise to me that so many former servicemen and women end up working in America’s ethanol in…