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Kansas City business community mourns the death of Paul Bartlett Jr.
Bartlett & Co. was founded in 1907 by his father, Paul Bartlett Sr., but it was Paul Bartlett Jr. who turned it into one of the largest grain merchandising and storage companies in the United States.
Paul Bartlett dies; led grain, milling and cattle business  Baking Business (registration)
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Bartlett medical billing company lays off up to 54 employees
MedArm, a medical management and billing company based in Bartlett, will close and lay off up to 54 employees. The company, which is at 8010 Stage Hills Boulevard, on Oct. 2 notified the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development that it ...
Bartlett Milling Company issues horse feed recall
Bartlett Milling Company has issued a recall of certain horse feeds in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Bartlett Milling recalls horse food  ConsumerAffairs
Some horse feed recalled across state  Aiken Standard
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RECALL ALERT: Bartlett Milling Company Horse Feeds
Recalled bags of feed should be returned to the retailer. For more information on the product recall, contact Bartlett Milling at 1-800-438-6016 from 8AM to 5PM Monday through Friday.
Bartlett Cocke uses technology to transform historic hospital into state-of ...
Bartlett Cocke's task is to transform 400,000 square feet of the hospital campus into a state-of-the-art children's hospital.
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New pressing plant brings resurgent vinyl record business back to Memphis
The company is a partnership between Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson of North Mississippi rock and blues music label Fat Possum and Mark Yoshida and Brandon Seavers of Memphis-based media manufacturers AudioGraphic Masterworks.
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Susan Stroman Brings a Broadway Heart to the Met for 'The Merry Widow'
The company is learning her exotic vocabulary of high kicks and jump splits, and is also adjusting to that operatic rarity: a dual director-choreographer.
Artisan food emporium could be coming to Mount Horeb
Last December, the village labeled the company's slaughter operation a "public nuisance" and ordered the company to present a plan to move it within 120 days or face court action. No deal was reached to finance Black Earth Meats' relocation to the edge ...
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Corrections: December 25, 2014
Because of editing error, an article on Monday about efforts by shipping companies to meet demand of last-minute holiday shopping referred incorrectly to plans by the online retailer Amazon to use Kiva robots in its warehouses to prepare goods for ...
The 10 best Christmas TV episodes
... he gave to charity, it becomes his mission to give the man a proper funeral. When that funeral is intercut with a young boys' choir singing The Little Drummer Boy as President Bartlett and co. line up to watch, well let's just say the tears were ...