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#ThrowBackThursday – Bearing Depot’s Story

#ThrowBackThursday – Bearing Depot’s Story

Take a look at this for a Throwback!! Bearing Depot’s very own George Hardgrove and Kathy Fortin in 1996!!

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China fines Japanese car parts firms for price fixing

China fines Japanese car parts firms for price fixing

China has fined 12 Japanese car part firms for a record amount of 1.2bn Yuan ($202m; £121m) for price-fixing. The country’s anti-monoloply regulator, National Development and Reform Commision (NDRC), has said the companies were working together to reduce competition.

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How do currency variations affect you?

How do currency variations affect you?

Sterling has appreciated over the last 12 months by an average of 12% against the other dozen most actively-traded currencies. It has gained about 13% against the dollar and about 10% against the euro. Against emerging market currencies, the rise has been even more dramatic, with the pound surging 24% against the Turkish lira.

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Map of America filled by American flag

USA Labor Day

On the first Monday of September every year the USA celebrates their Labor Day. It is a celebration of American Labor Movement and is seen as a national thank you for the contributions made by American citizens of strength and prosperity.

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Hidden Google features you could be missing out on!

Hidden Google features you could be missing out on!

Google is used by millions of people every day. But how many people know about all the different features it has to offer?!  Here are some great Google tools that you probably didn’t even know existed…and they are free!

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Murder, an umbrella and ball bearings

Murder, an umbrella and ball bearings

It was 36 years ago that Georgi Markov was assassinated whilst travelling into work at the BBC World Service. It was the third attempt by the Bulgarian secret police, assisted by the KGB, to kill him, and they succeeded. To this day, no one has been charged with his murder. But how can anyone get away with murdering someone in […]

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