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Buy America Transit Supply Chain Connectivity Forum

The Buy America Transit Supply Chain Connectivity Forum is designed to bring large transit OEMs and Tier 1 Suppliers together with smaller, capable and interested U.S. manufacturers in an effort to facilitate the use of a higher percentage of domestic suppliers in transit products and systems. The Forum will provide a venue for smaller manufacturers […]

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Survival of the Fastest

           SURVIVAL OF THE FASTEST       Infor says speed is a competitive weapon.       Why? We believe that speed—not just scale—is the new basis for competition. It’s no longer about how big a company is; it’s about how fast you can execute. You may never be able to out-scale a competitor, but you […]

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Big 12 doormat TCU upsets No. 5 Kansas 62-55

How do you explain this? A Texas Christian team that was winless in the Big 12 Conference on Wednesday took down Kansas and Bill Self, the program and coach that has won eight straight conference titles. Until the 62-55 loss, Kansas hadn’t lost two straight games in seven years. Go to Source Author:

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Movie theaters get creative to reel you in

Where can you go to see a rock concert, opera performance, comedy roast, video game tournament, karaoke and pyrotechnics? A Kansas City movie theater. Actually, quite a few of them. Within the last year, many area theaters have transformed from places that merely feature first-run blockbusters to multipurpose venues that freely explore all manner of […]

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Robert Trussell | 'Hair' peddles hippie nostalgia to a receptive KC audience

Maybe the producers of “Hair,” which runs through Sunday at the Kauffman Center, sent the young cast to hippie school, or maybe they’re just actors doing their jobs. Either way, they committed themselves with high energy and palpable feeling to a show that can still move an audience, even if it has its ups and […]

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A rugged childhood has molded MU recruit Sherrils

for 18-year-old Anthony Sherrils, a Hogan Prep Academy senior who will sign a letter of intent today to attend Missouri on an athletic scholarship, the makeshift football field at a Kansas City housing project served as an escape from a culture of drugs, violence and personal tragedy. For him, the turmoil defines this place and […]

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