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Now, along with paintbrushes and planted pots, shoppers at home improvement giant Lowe's will find quick and easy residential solar estimates, courtesy of Sungevity.
Located at Camp Pendleton, the Wounded Warrior Barracks receives LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC.
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Health organizations and professionals signed a letter to McDonald's Corp., asking the fast-food chain to stop marketing junk food to children.
Budweiser is encouraging the men of America to forego shaving for World Environment Day.
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and this week is dedicated to small business owners across the nation.
Supermarket giant Kroger bans BPA from store brands and receipts.
The folks at Good magazine are starting a new venture, Good/Corps.
The U.S. Green Building Council unveils a virtual tour of its LEED Platinum certified headquarters.
The benefits of green business go beyond environmental benefits and can help your bottom line.
Public voting is now open for Toyota's 100 Cars for Good program.
Microsoft's interest in the money-losing but popular service highlights a need to gain new customers for its Windows and Office software.
President Obama's weekly address focused on clean energy investments as one way to combat rising gas prices.
The iPhone and iPad maker's brand is now worth $153 billion, almost half Apple's market capitalization.
With clever marketing and a little bit of luck, Coca-Cola had stayed on top of the soda game for over a century.
Women's clothing company Eileen Fisher is accepting grant applications from female entrepreneurs.
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