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Skybox Launching First Satellite in Bid to Create the Facebook of Satellite Photos (UPDATE)

Skybox Imaging is launching its first satellite into space this September, and the world as we know it may never be the same.

Skybox Launching First Satellite in Bid to Create the Facebook of Satellite Photos (UPDATE)

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What One Man Learned Driving 12,000 Miles of the American Road

Last fall, Dan McNichol packed up a beat-up 1949 Hudson and hit the road for his Dire States tour. What he learned about American infrastructure should worry you.

What One Man Learned Driving 12,000 Miles of the American Road

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7 Free Enterprise Stories We’re Thankful For

This Thanksgiving, we're taking a moment to thank the people who have inspired us, improved lives through business, and been part of some of our favorite free enterprise stories of the year.

7 Free Enterprise Stories We’re Thankful For

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Mystery, History, and 10 Cars We Would Like to Take for a Spin

Made up of approximately 600 vehicles, GM’s North American Heritage Collection showcases over a century of concept cars, race cars, and milestone production cars. We were treated to a private tour and found 10 rides that would make for a killer Sunday drive.

Mystery, History, and 10 Cars We Would Like to Take for a Spin

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Do You Need to Move? Check Out the Five Best Places for Business

Get comfortable with the idea of corn on the table for every meal: four of the five best cities on Forbes' Best Places for Business and Careers are located in the Midwest.

Do You Need to Move? Check Out the Five Best Places for Business

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Detroit: 28 Hours Later

One day after Detroit’s bankruptcy, two reporters on a cross-country road-trip found themselves in the Motor City. They spent two days asking about the state of the city and the first gasps of a private boom amid so much public gloom.

Detroit: 28 Hours Later

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Maker Movement Spurs a Manufacturing Turnaround in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh refused to go away after the decline of steel manufacturing, investing in its future as a technology hub. Today, it's embracing the old and new, with tech-savvy start-ups making their own products right in the Steel City.

Maker Movement Spurs a Manufacturing Turnaround in Pittsburgh

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Build the Economy from the Bottom Up, Not Middle Out

In a recent New York Times editorial, the Editorial Board ripped on the president for tackling the struggling economy from the “middle out” – a strategy seen as ineffective in creating the number of jobs necessary to put a serious dent in the unemployment rate. We must build the economy from the bottom up using the free enterprise system.

Build the Economy from the Bottom Up, Not Middle Out

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Cheers! Surly Brewing Breaks New Ground by Repealing an Old Law

Two and a half years ago, Minnesota craft favorite Surly Brewing announced plans to open a new $20 million "destination brewery" in Minneapolis. But like someone who's just ordered their first glass of amber ale, local officials needed to loosen up a bit: state laws forbid breweries from selling their own beer on premises.

Cheers! Surly Brewing Breaks New Ground by Repealing an Old Law

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Goal Zero Goes Supernova: Solar Drives Huge Growth

Hurricane Sandy taught Goal Zero a business lesson that is boosting its bottom line. In the words of the company CEO, “You can’t do good, and not get good."

Goal Zero Goes Supernova: Solar Drives Huge Growth

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