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Parker Hannifin earns $1 billion in 2011 fiscal year, finishes strong in the fourth quarter

02.08.2011

Industrial giant Parker Hannifin finished its fiscal 2011 with a strong fourth quarter with sales up 22 percent and profits up 31 percent.


Teens accused of stealing $4,000 lawn mower in Collinsville

02.08.2011

Two teenagers are in jail after they were accused by police of stealing a John Deere lawn mower worth $4,000 from a Collinsville home.


5-Star Stocks Poised to Pop: Babcock & Wilcox

02.08.2011

Based on the aggregated intelligence of 180,000-plus investors participating in Motley Fool CAPS , the Fool's free investing community, nuclear equipment specialist Babcock & Wilcox has earned a coveted five-star ranking .


China blames Pakistan-trained militants for attacks

02.08.2011

Karachi News.Net Monday 1st August, 2011 URUMQI, China -; China on Monday blamed Muslim extremists trained in Pakistan for launching one of two deadly weekend attacks in a troubled far western region, while overseas activists...


President of A.O. Smith's electrical products unit to leave

02.08.2011

Lincoln Electric Holdings Inc. Lincoln Electric announces worldwide cuts SFI sales going gangbusters Mason manufacturer to be bought and a member of its executive management team.


BabbaCo gets $1.2-mil. Lightbank infusion

02.08.2011

Lightbank, the investment fund started by Groupon co-founders Eric Lefkofsky and Brad Keywell, joined with a Silicon Valley investment firm to inject $1.2 million into the Chicago-based children's products company BabbaCo Inc.


EnPro Industries buys Tara Technologies

02.08.2011

Financial terms of the all-cash transaction weren't disclosed. Tara Technologies is based in Daytona Beach, Fla.


Diverse Markets Boosting Dover

02.08.2011

So far this has been a solid quarter for a wide range of industrial conglomerates.


Royal seal of approval for Ludlow businessman

02.08.2011

A LUDLOW businessman who netted the Queen's Award for enterprise promotion was praised for his efforts by business secretary Vince Cable.


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