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FEB 03, 2016 - Baltimore Sun

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Toyota is scrapping its youth-oriented Scion brand

Toyota's Scion brand is going the way of Oldsmobile, Mercury and Tucker. Toyota will scrap the youth-oriented nameplate. Certain Scions will be rebadged as Toyotas. Some Scion employees will continue to work for the parent company. The Japanese car giant characterized the news as the end of a triumphant...

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JAN 28, 2016 - Washington Business Journal

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Mercury Insurance launches ride-hailing insurance for Uber, Lyft drivers

Mercury Insurance said it is now offering ride-hailing insurance for Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing drivers. The Los Angeles-based insurer said this new coverage, currently only available to California rideshare drivers, is aimed at providing drivers with insurance that will bridge the gap between their personal auto insurance and the coverage provided by their ride-sharing company. Ride-hailing drivers have been ...

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JAN 25, 2016 - Globe and Mail

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Guelph Mercury to close amid financial pressures

Newspaper’s final edition will be published on Friday, bringing an end to one Canada’s oldest broadsheet newspapers after 149 years in circulation

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JAN 25, 2016 - Globe and Mail

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Guelph Mercury newspaper to close amid financial pressures

Newspaper’s final edition will be published on Friday, bringing an end to one Canada’s oldest broadsheet newspapers after 149 years in circulation

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JAN 22, 2016 - Huffington Post

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2015: The Year Recycled Water Became Cool

Dozens of California water agencies in 2015 opened recycled water "fill stations," allowing customers to collect treated wastewater in jugs and tanks for free. It helped drought-weary residents maintain parched landscaping, and it also eased recycled water's ill-deserved "yuck factor" California’s current drought may well be remembered as the crisis that introduced people to recycled water. All over the state, ...

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