Archive for November, 2010

Every year, some Industry Market Trends coverage rises to the top. Here are your five favorite IMT articles of this year, including the most-read Expert’s Corner, plus three posts from 2010 we think are worth checking out.

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Scandium. Yttrium. Lanthanum. Cerium. Praseodymium. Neodymium. Promethium. Samarium. Europium. Gadolinium. Terbium. Dysprosium. Holmium. Erbium. Thulium. Ytterbium. Lutetium.

Though they may sound like Mecha-Monsters in a vintage Japanese creature-that-wrecks-Toyko movie, they are actually elements. Rare-earth elements, to be precise, and if any elements (other than the traditional gold, silver and platinum, of course) can ever be said to be politically explosive, these 17 are the ones. Read more


In continuing the goal of corporate sustainability, General Mills has updated their goals for 2015.  The company’s four new environmental sustainability goals include reducing water use, energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by 20% and cutting solid waste by 50%. Read more


Plus: Demand for Durables Falls, Eurozone Recovery Accelerates and RFID Market Forecast to Grow.

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Wireless keyboards, the ultimate in convenience, have now been made even more hassle-free with the launch of the new Logitech® Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 — the company’s first light-powered keyboard.  The keyboard is powered by light but can stay charged in total darkness for up to three months. In addition, it features PVC-free construction and fully recyclable packaging. Read more


ENXSUITE has developed a comprehensive Energy Performance Management platform that enables companies to continuously plan, analyze, and manage their entire energy and sustainability footprint. The solution not only meets the needs of facilities managers by providing them with comprehensive data management and reporting capabilities, but also meets the needs of sustainability executives by providing business intelligence dashboards that visualize an organization’s energy performance and its impact on the bottom line. Read more


Wondering whether the annual U.S. turkey deficit will rise this year? Want to know which towns are named after your favorite Thanksgiving foods? Find out in our latest roundup of fun facts about Thanksgiving meals, travel and shopping.

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