I am looking for any clue the chimney can tell me about its history and why it is the way it is.
Mr Evans, 59, says his patented technology will have wider application for trade and emergency service tools.
Salley, 69, is one of many baby boomers pushing into new fields through TechTown, a business incubator at Detroit’s Wayne State University.
Age Unlimited Scotland explores ways to help people in their 50s and 60s to become social entrepreneurs.
The future is always bright for entrepreneurs.
Younger consumers, in comparison, are much less emotionally invested, and more focused on plain-and-simple bottom-line value.
He and his peers, looking for easier ways to browse the Web and send e-mail, represent a potentially lucrative market for Apple iPad.
Policy makers have long worried that Americans aren’t saving enough for old age.
The company already was selling Dipsy Doodles rippled corn chips, which were made with a machine that spit them out under pressure.
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