The information technology management and engineering firm expects to nearly double its revenue to more than $60 million in the next year.
A startup with new eye-measurement technology will begin manufacturing its novel ocular camera in Albuquerque after receiving a six-figure investment by the New Mexico Angels.
Owner Dave Saunders says he'll close by Oct. 31.
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The Obama administration now faces a potentially tougher task: selling the deal to a skeptical Congress.
Environmentalists want all but one member of the Public Regulation Commission to recuse themselves.
Updated: Race is on to file suits against VW
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