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  Gross Electric Raises $5,000 for Local Charities Gross Electric raised $5,000 for the Alzheimer's Association and the Sight Center of Northwest Ohio through its annual golf outing, where over 60 local electrical contractors and builders gathered. 10/17/2014   Chicagoland Electrical Distributor Expands Services, Inventory, Fleet Paramont EO, which recently integrated its acquisition of Evergreen Oak Electric Supply, announced today enhanced capabilities to the commercial, industrial and residential markets. 10/17/2014 Good News And Bad News For New Home Construction Homebuilder confidence in growth drops in October, but economists still believe growth will continue for the next six months. 10/17/2014   Eaton Announces ENERGY STAR Photo Contest Eaton today announced that its Cooper Lighting Division is now accepting entries for the first annual Halo® Photo Contest, to bring awareness of LED ENERGY STAR® certified lighting fixtures. 10/17/2014 NAILD Modifies Training Program to Help Industry with LED Transition The National Association of Independent Lighting Distributors (NAILD) launched its newly-revised Lighting Specialist I (LS I) training program, which provides a user-friendly, self-paced approach. 10/16/2014 Grainger Posts Seven Percent Sales Increase Strong volume growth and positive operating leverage were the primary drivers of Grainger's increased third-quarter sales in 2014. 10/16/2014 Etrion Announces Start of Construction on 34 MW Solar Project in Japan Etrion Corporation today announced the start of construction on its first 34-megawatt solar project in Japan, jointly owned with Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation. 10/16/2014 View all
AP: 10 Things to Know Today
Here are the top 10 stories from the Associated Press for Friday, October 17 including debate begins over restricting travel from other countries as a way to stop the spread of ebola, Apple hopes its next product will let you use your phone as a way to pay for everything, a massive comet will barely miss Mars, a powerful hurricane barrels toward Bermuda, and forecasters say this winter will not be as brutal as last winter. Read more...