Monthly Archives: August 2011

3 Signs You’ve Outgrown QuickBooks

If you are an owner or even an employee of a small business, chances are that a majority of you use or have used QuickBooks to handle your accounting needs. Statistics show that more than 90 percent of small businesses in America use QuickBooks – which is a good reason to use it. If you […]

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Natural Gas powered vehicles gain popularity in U.S.

Having recently moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, I can’t help but notice all the bright green, “We’re powered by natural gas” public transportation buses that crisscross the city all day. It’s a phenomenon growing across the country as more and more heavy-duty and consumer vehicles are turning to natural gas fuel sources instead of diesel […]

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Why Obama hates the oil and gas industry

Perhaps someone else can explain this conundrum to me. Try as I may, I can’t come to a logical solution despite my best efforts to do research and ferret one out. President Obama has been consistent in one thing during his tenure as president since elected – his disdain for the oil and gas industry. […]

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