CEDMag.com - November 2012 Articles
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  • Kiewit Moves Ahead
    Contractor Connection
    By Joanne Costin
    Director of Purchasing and Sales Neal Winberg provides customer insight for dealers.
    Kiewit earthmoving equipment performs site prep work on the Dallas-Fort Worth Connector Project. The $1.02 billion project, which began in 2009 and is scheduled to be completed in 2014, includes the development, design and construction of the 8.4-mile initial phase of the ultimate 14.4-mile project. The DFW Connector is the widening of state highways 114 and 121, which sit at the intersection of the area’s four most populous counties.
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  • A Window to CONDEX
    CED presents Part 1 of its special preview to the upcoming CONDEX trade exhibition exclusively for AED dealers in conjunction with the 2013 AED Summit at the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Jan. 15-17.
    Be sure to visit all the CONDEX exhibitors, each of whom is investing resources to develop business relationships with AED North American distributors. Come see who and what can complement your business and help you achieve your 2013 profit goals.
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  • Understanding and Reducing Product Liability Claims
    By James Waite
    A primer for equipment lessors.
    Of the many different types of liability faced by equipment lessors, "Products Liability" lawsuits probably present the greatest threat. But what are they, and how do they differ from other forms of liability?
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  • Taking Stock of the Changing Labor Laws Landscape
    By Kim Phelan
    An unelected federal board has imposed startling influence over U.S. employment policy – with dizzying effects.
    The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has not only morphed in four years into something fiercely aggressive in its anti-employer posture but grew into its present rulemaking and game-changing form on the sly, you might say, through key presidential appointments made during congressional recesses. What we have today is a small, unelected, yet powerful board, unapproved by the Senate (required by law) that has condoned outrageous behavior so as to prop open the door for all possible conditions that could favorably benefit union organizing.
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