Chicago Board of Trade › CORN Mar 2015 (E) (CBOT:ZC.H15.E)
414.75 +7.00 (+1.71%)
2014-12-26 14:13:13, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2012-12-27|
|Contract Low Date||2014-10-01|
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10 hours ago
JOHN DAY, Ore. (AP) — Twenty years after the northern spotted owl and salmon practically shut down logging on Northwest national forests, some environmentalists and loggers have become friends by focusing on a shared goal — thinning overgrown forests to prevent catastrophic wildfires. The catalyst was the prospect of closing the last mill in the region.
11 hours ago
The western Ohio plant that builds Airstream travel-trailers is seeing such hot demand that there's a three-month backlog on orders, and ground has been broken on a major expansion that will increase production capacity. Some factoids about the Airstream: ___ WAY BACK WHEN Wally Byam built the first Airstream trailer as a tent contraption on a Model T chassis, eventually replacing the tent with a teardrop-shaped permanent shelter. The riveted aluminum, aviation-inspired design emerged in the 1930s and hasn't been tweaked greatly since then. Since 1952, they've been built at a factory in Jackson Center, Ohio, north of Dayton. Byam would spend much of the rest of his life leading Airstream caravans around the world.
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CHICAGO (AP) — Grain futures were mixed Friday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Beef was mostly lower and pork mixed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Feb live cattle was up .13 cent to $1.6070 a pound; Mar feeder cattle was 2.17 cents lower at 2.1055 a pound; Feb lean hogs were unchanged at $.8130 a pound.
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JACKSON CENTER, Ohio (AP) — Bob Wheeler still gets the question sometimes when people find out he runs the company that builds those shiny aluminum campers: "Airstreams? They still make those?" The instantly recognizable silver bubble design — inspired by airplane fuselages — hasn't been tweaked much since the first Airstreams took to the open road in the 1930s on the way to becoming an American icon. The polished campers have cameoed in Hollywood movies and even quarantined the Apollo 11 astronauts when they got back from the moon. They have also inspired a legion of devotees who socialize with one another at Airstream caravans and rallies all over the world — including an annual Ohio jamboree known as "Alumapalooza."