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  • Turbos roar to forefront in race for fuel economy

    The next thing in greener cars doesn't need hydrogen, lithium-ion batteries or a power cord. In fact, it's based on century-old technology that has been used on trucks since before World War II: the turbo. Under pressure to cut emissions and boost fuel...
  • Install a programmable thermostat

    Install a programmable thermostat
    We all want to live in a home with a comfortable climate, and one way to do that affordably is to throttle down the heat or air conditioning when everyone's asleep or away. A programmable thermostat helps you do just that, changing temperatures to...
  • PASSINGS: Robert Schindler, Richard Egan

    PASSINGS: Robert Schindler, Richard Egan
    Robert Schindler Father of Terri Schiavo Robert Schindler, 71, the father of Terri Schiavo, who became a national symbol in a closely watched right-to-die fight, has died, his son said Saturday. Schindler, a tireless activist through years of legal...
  • Lou talked to Pat Tessier, Director of Product Marketing, Residential Thermostats for Honeywell.

    Lou talked to Pat Tessier, Director of Product Marketing, Residential Thermostats for Honeywell.  Honeywell is introducing a simple-to-use, handheld Portable Comfort Control (PCC).  Much like a TV remote, this new carry-with-you device is the smartest,...
  • Tradewinds Home 2008 uses low-tech ideas in yachtlike home

    Tradewinds Home 2008 uses low-tech ideas in yachtlike home
    Early Florida settlers built their homes with features that we now recognize as environmentally friendly: wide overhangs to shade windows and porches, high ceilings and big, operable windows for ventilation. That is precisely what Celebration architect...
  • Obama: 'We don't have moment to spare'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, summoning business leaders to the White House this morning to rally support for his $825-billion economic stimulus plan, made a public appeal for rapid congressional approval of the package. "When it comes to...
  • Kodak moment: Click, no smiles here

     
    by Mark Silva Here's a Kodak moment: Eastman Kodak said today that it is cutting 3,500 to 4,500 jobs -- 14 to 18 percent of its already pared work force, following the posting of a $137 million fourth-quarter loss. The......
  • Geithner, grilled on Capitol Hill over AIG coverup, plans outreach to Main Street -- good luck with that

     
    He came in on a wave of controversy -- the former International Monetary Fund official who neglected to pay his taxes. President Obama stuck by him, and he won Senate confirmation as Treasury secretary. Then Timothy Geithner, former president of......
  • Correction from the White House: Obama is not keen on banker bonuses

     
    Lest there be any mistake, the White House would like everyone to know that President Obama has no warm feelings about banker bonuses. The White House went into action after the financial news service Bloomberg put up an article on......
  • BP, Caterpillar and ConocoPhillips leave the U.S. Climate Action Partnership

     
    Three major companies – BP America, Caterpillar Inc. and ConocoPhillips – said Tuesday that they will not renew their membership in the U.S. Climate Action Partnership. The coalition of nearly 30 companies and environmental groups was launched in 2007...
  • Obama's deficit-cutters: Lineup named

     
    by Mark Silva The lineup for the deficit-cutting commission that President Barack Obama has created is starting to take shape. The president's front line includes David Cote, CEO of Honeywell International, and Alice Rivlin, a fomer White House Office of....
  • Little green mend: Simple gadgets to make the average home greener

     
    Homeowners who believe they've been left out of the so-called green movement have every reason to feel that way. Until recently, the effort to reduce the environmental impact of housing has been concentrated on new construction. But even now that green...