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Ford's Lightweight F-150 Can Save Americans How Much in Fuel Costs!?!-Maxx Chatsko
The new 2015 Ford F-150 has shed up to 700 pounds, which significantly ups the ante for automakers racing to comply with the aggressive new CAFE standards. How much could it save you in fuel costs?
Need a Job? Try Looking at these 5 Industries-Matt DiLallo
Some companies are actually hiring these days. Here are five industries that job seekers need to see.
Ready for Falling Oil Prices?-Joshua Bondy
The latest estimates from the EIA point to falling oil prices and rising natural gas prices. Diversified producers like Statoil have little to worry about, but smaller producers like Kodiak and Continental Resources may suffer.
Can the Ethanol Industry Save the Renewable Fuel Standard?-Shamus Funk
The U.S. ethanol industry is set to be the victim of the EPA proposal to dramatically cut ethanol production for fuel use. Which side of the argument are you on?
SolarCity's Dominance Could be Threatened in a Very Serious Way-Travis Hoium
SolarCity is the market-share leader in residential solar, but some big players are coming after its business.
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