Motorists Tap Brakes On Installing Insurers' Data Devices

Farm Aid is more than a family of musicians banding together to help the small farmer. It’s also a family meal.

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To hear Progressive Corp. Chief Executive Glenn Renwick tell it, insurance telematics seem to have hit a speed bump.

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California has given the green light to online services that link passengers with private car owners – a sign that government is adapting to peer-to-peer commerce that is disrupting established industries.

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For Sale: Possible Futures, Never Born

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What are the haps my friends
August 27th, 2013: A lot of people attribute the baby shoes story to Hemingway but it’s pretty apocryphal, you guys! Y’all are getting mad apocryphal every time you do that, did you even realize?
Yesterday I implied that babies will eagerly crawl off a cliff, and it turns out there has been research vis-�-vis babies and cliffs and I maybe owe all of you, as former babies, an apology. Sorry babies.
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The Splendor Of Ireland

Hello everyone,
Sorry it took some time to get back in touch about the beet and arugula recipes. Here they are. I hope you enjoy them. I am currently traveling to Ireland with Angela for the Ace Camps at Caher House in County Clare.

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Wild Horses near Lough Atorick, Country Clare, Ireland My head is filled with the beautiful images and moments spent with the amazing group that joined Angela and I to Ireland for our workshop . What a fabulous week that has been! And oh how much I love the Irish and their beautiful country. It’s like a second home.
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Help Wanted: Potential Workplace Violence


The Dolan family’s net worth is up $300 million. Langone, 78, is ranked 260 on the list, up from 298, with $2.1 billion. The Sands Point resident is the current chairman of online retailer Geeknet Inc., and is known for his work on several high-profile initial public offerings, including Home Depot Inc. His worth rose $500 million from last year. Louis Bacon, 55, is worth $1.4 billion and ranked 371, down from 347. He is the founder of Moore Capital Management LP — which Forbes said had a return of 13.5 percent in the first half of 2013. On Long Island, the Oyster Bay resident is known for his aid in preserving Peconic Bay’s Robins Island.
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— Bad Break? DEAR BAD BREAK: Actually, your employer is providing you more than the law requires. Employers in New York State don’t have to provide rest breaks. They must, however, give employees a meal break of at least a half-hour when they work more than six hours a day. For more on employers’ responsibilities to prevent workplace violence go to .
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