The Week That Was -- May 11, 2012

May 11, 2012

Here are the most widely read stories for the week ending May 11:

Coal Conspicuously Missing – While producing almost half of America's electricity, coal is nowhere to be found in an energy infographic on President Obama's campaign website.

Sierra Club Declares War on Natural Gas – Already standing firmly against coal, America’s most-used source for electricity, the Sierra Club has now declared war on natural gas as a source of energy.

Why I Tossed Your Business Card – Mardy Sitzer, president of Bumblebee Design & Marketing, explores what makes a useful, effective business card and what frustrating flaws may cause your card to end up in the trash can. 

Boeing’s Dreamliner is an Innovation Rockstar – Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner epitomizes innovation. To ensure innovative thinking is nourished in the U.S., government must invest in the tools, systems, and people to allow for prosperous growth and development.

The World’s Travelers Bring Jobs and Growth to America – In recognition of World Trade Month, Tom Donohue discusses one of America’s most valuable exports: foreign visitors to the United States. 

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